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Special offer at Sawdays when you book by 8th July 2015 for stays at any time.
We are delighted to be working with the Wildernest project. The horses are the ideal conservation management tool and will boost the area’s biodiversity while providing a valuable resource for green tourism … We are sure the horses will be happy there and will do wonders for the habitat. Wildwood’s CEO Peter Smith Read Wildwood … Continued
Eco-friendly: Ty Twt, West Wales coast Ty Twt has a carefully crafted timber interior that is comfortable and imaginatively designed. Local natural materials – stone, oak, ash, douglas fir and lime – are dominant and the A-frame roof beams are exposed. The house is eco-friendly, comfortable and there’s a wood-burner too. Trish Lorenz Read the … Continued
We have 3 beautiful Konik ponies arriving on 10th April from The Wildwood Trust. The rare-breed ponies will graze and forage on our wetland pastures and help sustain the habitat.
Cuddfan near Dihewyd Its name means hiding place, and this barn conversion for two outside Aberaeron is just that. Stone walls, wooden floors and white woodwork are made cosy with a woodburning stove and ground-source heat pump. It’s simple but just what you need for a back-to-nature break. The owners can supply breakfasts, picnics, and … Continued
The bridleway through Wildernest is now open. The long-forgotten bridleway has been re-instated as part of the Ceredigion on Horseback Project. This is one of a series of circular routes in the area.
The cob fireplace is ready for Christmas. It is a family affair after 6 months building the fireplace and chimney using cob and lime render; finished with limewash. The traditional Rumford design works perfectly.
We planted 12 new apple trees in Rolo meadow, re-establishing the old orchard. This is laid out in concentric circles.
Cider making with our new press using English apples. Should be ready for Wilderfest 2013.
We celebrated the wedding of Will and Lucy at Wildernest, in rather unconventional style. The ceremony took place in the hay barn, conducted by Duncan Dunlop. Music was provided by The Hen Choristers, piano, violins, guitar and bag pipes. In fine weather, there were races, bouncy castle, bonfire and lots of fun.
Mother goose’s second brood of goslings are hatching. She has been stoic, sitting for 30 days and more. There are still 20 eggs in her nest and two more geese on their nests.
Eventually, Ty Twt and Cuddfan cottages are ready. The highly acclaimed Under The Thatch has agreed to take bookings for Wildernest.