You can stay in these cosy wooden cabins on a working farm

You can stay in these cosy wooden cabins on a working farm

Imagine waking up in a warm, wooden cabin to the soothing sounds of lambs bleating in the distance, as you pour your coffee and look out over the peaceful Welsh countryside.

At Wigwam Holidays Hafren you can have a glamping experience in an idyllic rural setting, far from city life They have six luxurious, en-suite Wigwam cabins on their working farm in Staylittle, near Llanidloes, and several of the cabins come with upscale hot tubs.

It’s a great base for exploring the Cambrian Mountains area which is full of hiking and trails, as well as incredible stargazing opportunities.

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Each glamping pod has its own outdoor private dining area with lovely views across the farm and countryside. It's a perfect spot to unwind with a wine or two as the sun goes down over and the light fades over the cabins.

Here's what you need to know about these lush wooden cabins, so you can plan your next glamping holiday.

Waking up in the morning and opening up the double-glazed doors onto the view over the sleepy Welsh countryside is a real treat. especially after a good night's sleep on luxury foam mattresses in the cabin.

Each cabin sleeps up to four adults, or a family of five and each are insulated and fully fitted with a range of handy amenities for your stay in the countryside.

Inside, you'll find an en-suite shower room with a shower, basin, heated towel rail and toilet with hot water. A must-have after a busy day exploring mid-Wales.

There's also a compact kitchenette that features a fridge, kettle, microwave, toaster and hot plates, a table with a set of chairs and a TV for when you want to relax.

The cabins come with a flat-screen TV and WiFi if you need to keep the kids entertained, though there is plenty of nature to discover in the area.

Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times due to the site being on a working farm and are charged at £8.00 per dog per night.

You can stay in these cosy wooden cabins on a working farm

Outside there's a private decking area with a wooden picnic table and fire pit for each pod for an al fresco dinner. Several of the cabins also have the luxury of private, wood-fired hot tubs for an indulgent, bubbly soak with a view.

After living the tub life, gather the family together for a BBQ on your roaring firepit, followed by toasting marshmallows and star gazing, as the dusk fades into the incredibly dark skies.

If you are having a BBQ during your stay, Glamping site owner Nia Meddins sells handmade lamb burgers straight from their sheep farm, for an organic farm-to-fork dinner.

The Cambrian Mountains benefits from almost zero light pollution, making it a top stargazing destination in the UK.

Wigwam Hafren takes full advantage of the dark skies and offers special Stargazing Weekends, in collaboration with Dark Sky Wales, which the whole family will love.

Enjoy two days of expert astronomical tuition and observation whilst glamping at the cabins during prime stargazing season,

Their stargazing weekends are packed with guided workshops, activities and events and there's an introduction to astrophotography, to get you accustomed to astronomy, the night sky and taking your very own starry images.

The site has plenty of green space where the kids can run around and a convenience store is around 500 yards away. There's also direct access to acres of Forestry Commission land with tracks for mountain bikes and walks and the nearby Dylife Gorge is a great place for a remote hike.

The site is a great base for exploring all of the rugged landscapes of the surrounding wild Cambrian Mountains and it's also near the many adventure activities in the area.

Just half an hour along the A470 from Wigwam Holidays Hafren is the outdoor activity centre Brenin Adventures. Whatever your age or ability, there’s an activity to enjoy here. From sailing, canoeing and kayaking to archery, bushcraft and rock sports.

Around 30 minutes away you'll also find the market town of Rhayader, the gateway to the glorious Elan Valley, home to the spectacular dams and reservoirs of the Elan and Claerwen Valleys.

The town is keen to position itself as the home of biking in the UK thanks to its mix of thrilling on and off-road cycling routes, which are suited to a range of biking abilities.

Just 20 minutes drive from the cabins is Clywedog Lake - voted consistently in the top 10 fishing lakes in Wales. This huge lake is part of a man-made reservoir and is a gorgeous place to relax, fish, picnic and bike around.

You can book a stay online on their website and prices start from just £100 per night during the low season.

There's a three-night minimum stay over bank holidays and a two-night minimum stay over a weekend. To find out more travel stories like this, get our What's On newsletter by clicking here.