What you’ll be eating
We take pride in our food. We grow many of our own salads and greens. We are blessed with fantastic local produce on our doorstep. That makes it easy to keep it simple, seasonal, local and delicious. Everything is freshly prepared and will be mostly vegetarian. We will be making hearty soups with local breads for lunch and cooking comforting suppers from seasonal produce. Pots of tea are accompanied by delicious home-baked cakes and tray-bakes for sharing.
The stay includes 3 nourishing DIY breakfasts of granola, eggs, toast and jams, 2 light lunches and 3 hearty suppers. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements or allergies when booking so that we can take these into consideration when planning the menus.
What to Bring
Warm and waterproof clothes and boots, as we will be outside enjoying mother nature a lot of the time. Warm snuggly woollies to wrap and cosy up in.
A creative project you are working on or some basic materials to get you started, whether it be your knitting or sewing kit, a sketchbook or a camera. This is your time. You decide.
Remember to pack a bottle of wine or two if you would like to relax on the sofa with a drink in the evening or have a glass with dinner. We do also have our own little private pub on site with an inglenook fireplace which we will fire up one evening for some fforest gin tasting.
Where you'll be staying
Every aspect of a comfortable stay and a good night’s sleep has been considered at fforest. We’ve given a lot of thought to the furnishings, using ethically sourced materials and local products which blend function with form. The end result is a combination of thousands of tiny decisions.
We’ve tried to think of everything. We hope you agree.
From the outside, this is a farmhouse a child would draw: stout as a cottage loaf with a flour-white face and proud chimneys. Inside, though, it has all the swish of a Scandi ski lodge, with its pine cladding and patterned Welsh blankets. The five bedrooms provide cosy comfort, each with their own shower room.
The crog lofts combine heritage quality restoration, natural materials and timeless design. Inside you'll find slate floors with underfloor heating, luxurious shower rooms, bespoke furnishings & textiles combined with quality mid-century furniture. Inside is all about comfort, but with the living space spilling out onto the covered terrace you never forget how close you are to the beauty of nature and our rugged Welsh landscape.
fforest farm is set in 200 acres of rural beauty sandwiched between the river Teifi gorge and the Teifi Marshes nature reserve, minutes from the town of Cardigan and from the beautiful beaches and coves of the West Wales coast. Sian will take you on a walk through the deer-inhabited woodland when you arrive.
Hidden in the woods is our cedar barrel sauna (and cold shower for the brave). Just down the path from here is the Bwthyn, our very own little pub and the oldest building on the farm. A beautiful candlelit old stone cottage with inglenook fireplace.
See below for details of room types and prices.
Prices are for 3 nights and include full catering and all activities.
Drinks are not included, unless specified.
Rooms, prices & booking
This is a private bedroom in Ty Fforest for one person, with a king size bed & en-suite shower room.
This is a single bunk in a shared bedroom, in either Ty Fforest or in a Crog Loft, with a shared shower room. The room will be shared with either two or three people.
This is a double bed in a shared Crog Loft with a shared shower room. The Crog Loft will be shared with either one or two people in the bunk or double beds.
The double beds do give you your own space to sleep & relax.