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Old Chapel Farm is in a secluded valley 1000 feet above sea level in central Wales. We are a working organic farm growing nearly all our own food and living off the land as much as possible.
The orange yurt is in a secluded position with a stunning view across a small uninhabited valley.
The blue yurt is in an open position overlooking the farm with a wonderful view across the Welsh hills.
The Welsh yurt is set alongside the black yurt in a sheltered fenced paddock next to a wood and the two are rented out together to sleep up to seven, making them ideal for families.
All yurts have woodburning stoves to keep you snug at night (wood is included in the price). Each yurt has a firepit with pot and tripod so you can cook your meal outside while watching the sun go down and the stars coming out.
Or have a candlelit dinner on Merlin's converted bus, equipped with gas cooker and Rayburn. The Rayburn can be used for cooking or heating water for the shower on days when there is not enough sun to provide hot water. There is a fully kitted out kitchen, wooden tables and chairs inside. On the end of the bus are a compost loo and solar shower and a small washroom. (There are flush loos in the farm complex for those who don't like the idea of compost ones!)
On our farm we have Jersey cows, Soay, Mouflon and Jacob sheep, a variety of poultry, extensive vegetable gardens, woodlands and alternative energy supplies.
Fresh produce is available on request. We make cheese and wines for our own use.
We have a team of volunteers from all over the world.
We run courses in prehistoric arts and traditional crafts like stone carving, flint knapping, and basket making.
Come on a camping holiday with a difference here in a yurt at Old Chapel Farm.