Our uniquely designed canvas lodges offer spacious living, have proper beds with luxury bedding, fully equipped indoor kitchen, toasty log burner and ensuite shower and toilet cabins. Just down from the raised deck each lodge also has its own private picnic table, deck chairs, fire pit and BBQ.
Sloeberry Farm is set in 13 acres of pasture and woods, 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. Look for owls swooping across the meadow as dusk settles, or head in to chat by warmth of the wood burning stove.
The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you should need including a gas hob, sink, cooking utensils, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and glassware. Each lodge is equipped with a cold locker which will keep items well chilled for a few days until you swap over the cold blocks (we provide frozen hot water bottles which do the job perfectly)
Across from the kitchen area is a full size dining table great for a long lingering supper.
Our lodges are lit with a mixture of lamps and candles, at the heart of the lodge is our wood burning stove, surrounded by vintage leather chesterfields: it will keep the lodge warm in all weathers and is the perfect spot to finish the evening.
Each lodge sleeps up to 7 people, and up to 1 dog. There is a large master bedroom with a king bed, a bunk bed room sleeping 3 (full size bunkbeds with additional camp bed if booking for 7), and a king cabin bed for those that want to hideaway. All with proper beds made up with luxurious bed linen, superwarm duvets and cosy blankets. Everyone will be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the otter brook burbling past.
Next to the bedrooms is a shower room and separate en-suite wash room with basin and flushing toilet.
There is large raised deck area at the front of the lodge with stunning views across the coastal hills, where better to sit with a glass of wine and a book on a summer afternoon.
Just outside is a picnic table, firepit and BBQ for campfire cooking or as evening settles sitting by a crackling log fire whilst gazing at the stars across the immense inky West Wales night sky.