Pant y March Farm

Gwynedd, Bala, LL23 7BY

Information Pant y March Farm

Pant y March Farm is set high on the mountainside overlooking Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala) – the largest lake in Wales – Yr Aran, Arenig Fawr and other peaks in Snowdonia. The location of the two exclusive and luxurious Feather Down Frills tents is truly jaw-dropping, with far-reaching lake views. Due to its mountainous location, the farm is a peaceful haven, where younger visitors are safe to roam freely. Llyn Tegid is just a 20-minute walk away if you fancy a summertime swim.

Activities on the farm:

If you ever feel like a caged animal in the city and long for the great outdoors, a visit to Pant y March will do you a world of good. Geraint and Llinos farm 300 hardy Welsh Mountain ewes in a traditional, organic and sustainable way, and the farm really feels like an escape from the humdrum 9 to 5. To recharge after a day of exploring, tuck into Welsh produce from the honesty shop while admiring the view from the wooden-floored terrace of your tent. It’s also possible to charge your phone or tablet at the honesty shop. So you can remain as connected to the outside world as you choose.

The location is stupendous, and as the day draws to a close you can enjoy spectacular glowing sunsets shimmering in the lake, viewed from the private hot tub bedside your tent. It’s possible to have the site completely to yourselves for that special family gathering, girls’ weekend or reunion of friends. The communal area next to the pizza oven is the perfect place for large groups to gather.

Explore the area:

Geraint and Llinos don’t believe anyone or anything should be penned in – whether animal or human. Their sheep, pigs, calves and donkeys all roam free! Though if you bring your horse they would be more than happy to stable it.

To take your adventure further afield, try the canoeing centre at Tryweryn, or the Coed y Brenin biking forest 8 miles away. Or why not take a train up to the peak of Snowdon? Worth traveling a little further for is the amazing Bounce Below indoor cave trampoline experience 45 minutes away, or indoor surfing at the new centre in Conwy, 1 hour away.

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Accommodation(s)

holiday cottages

Utilities

Double bed (2m x 1.60m)
Bunk bed (two times 2m x 0.8/0.9m)
Measurements may differ per location
Cupboard bed (2m x 1.3m) for 1 adult or 2 children
Flushing toilet
Separate warm shower
Wooden terrace
Deckchairs (x2)
Sofa
Hot tub
Extended canopy
Wood-fired stove for heating and cooking
Barbecue
Wooden terrace, deckchairs and extended canopy
Picnic table
Cold running water in kitchen area
Separate bathroom with warm shower and basin

Essentials

Bedlinen
Towels
Wood for heating and cooking
Starter pack candles and lamp oil
Kitchen linen package

Also included

Pizza evening
Costs of the Pizza evening are excluded
Honesty shop
Gas cooker
Beds are made upon arrival
Farm Tour given by the farmer
From April till October only
Parking
Cleaning
Additional roof insulation

Prices and availability

Please note: You can reserve many accommodations within the next step.
If you wish to arrive today or have any questions, please contact us by phone on +31 (0)528 229444.
Online bookings can be made online until 2 PM on the day of arrival.

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4 night stay
From:Mon 26 Oct Until:Fri 30 Oct

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Gwynedd, Bala, LL23 7BY

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    Geraint and Llinos

    We are the Jones family, Geraint, Llinos and daughter Martha, and we purchased Pant y March in 2007. The family has had a long association with the place as Llinos’ grandfather was born here more than a century ago. Due to its mountainous location the farm is a peaceful haven without a lot of heavy machinery, meaning that younger visitors can be free to roam.

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