Sloeberry Farm Bell Tents
Our traditional 5m bell tents are carpeted in sisal, have beds made up with luxury bedding, cosy blankets and their own fully equipped cooking station right next to the tent. Just outside, each bell tent also has its own private picnic table, deck chairs and firepit.
Sloeberry Farm Bell Tents are scattered across an ancient wildflower meadow, only 3 miles from the fishing village and stunning beaches of Aberporth and a short drive from the historic town of Cardigan.
Sit back. Put your feet up. Pour a glass of wine. Watch the sun set over the hills.
Enjoy time as a family exploring, finding hidden streams or relaxing by your campfire trying to spot a shooting star.
Our bell tents
Our traditional bell tents provide luxurious camping with proper mattresses, high-quality linens and coir floor matting. Bell tents are spacious and warm when zipped in, a selection of blankets are provided for colder nights or for sitting wrapped up in the glow of the fire with a glass of wine.
Each tent accommodates up to four people in one double bed and two singles, made up with superwarm duvets and cosy blankets. Made of thick, protective canvas, our tents keep the warmth in without shutting the sounds of nature out.
In 2017, we introduced a Grandfather Bell Tent accommodating up to five people with a double bed in a separate sleeping compartment and three single beds in the main tent (two of which can be set as a double), all made up with the same luxury bedding and blankets as our traditional bell tents.
cooking and relaxing
Outside the tent on the decking is the cooking area with two high specification military grade gas burners and a trunk containing all you should need; cooking utensils, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery glassware and that very important cork screw.
Just outside the tent is a firepit and tripod, perfect for campfire cooking.
Each bell tent has its own picnic table, two deckchairs and plenty of grass for laying on during a sunny summer afternoon.
As evening settles what better spot to sit by a crackling log fire whilst gazing at the stars across the immense West Wales night sky.
At the bottom of the meadow are modern toilets and hot gas-powered showers, each hidden in a traditional-style hut built by a local craftsman.
Near the shower cabins is a washing up area that looks like it has grown from the gravel, this is also where you will find a tap for your drinking water supply.