Cradling the river Teifi, deep in the heart of lush, green West
Wales is Felin Geri, a group glamping site consisting of three
sumptuous safari tents. This is luxury glamping at its
finest, and owners Jane and Alan have provided their guests with
everything needed to make your stay comfortable and ultimately
relaxing. No need to worry about a thing - with wood-burning
stoves, en-suite bathrooms, hotel quality linens, gorgeous dining
and outdoor furniture and bubbling hot tubs for a touch of luxury,
you'll be able to fully enjoy your break away with loved
Don't want to cook dinner for 18 people? Jane runs a fantastic café/bar on site, using local products to produce mouth-watering meals for guests. There's even an on-site supply store, offering everything from logs to loaves of bread.
The children will love the wooden fort, buried in the trees. This beautifully thought-out glamping site is the perfect spot for a relaxing and bonding celebration or outdoor adventure with friends and family.
Please note that all three safari tents, Ceri, Aeron and Teifi, can all be booked separately in our Safari Tents section.
Interior & Facilities
All three safari tents sleep up to 6 people in a double bedroom,
a twin bedroom, and a double Scottish wood cabin bed. The
luxurious spaces also house a large open plan area with a kitchen,
complete with a log-fuelled cooking range and Belfast sink, a
full-sized dining table and chairs for group meals, a large, lavish
Chesterfield sofa, and comfy beanbags scattered all around - plenty
of socialising space for your special occasion. The cavernous
safari tents also have a hot shower and flushing toilet inside each
structure, so no having to nip outside in the dark in your
And let's not forget the private hot tubs just outside the lodges, giving you a little luxury in lush setting, with birds overhead and flowers all around - bliss! With Felin Geri, all you have to do is turn up and chill out!
Situation & Location
As if the 55 square metre safari tents aren't enough space for
you, the three lodges sit on a 3-acre site, which was once a
thriving 17th century water mill. The building
still stands, and the river continues to meander through the site,
as it has done for centuries.
With the water babbling in the background, children can play games in the grass, hide and seek in the trees, or they can be Medieval Kings and Queens in the brilliantly crafted wooden fort play area - a hit with previous tiny royalty.
Nearby Newcastle Emlyn, an ancient, Medieval market town, follows the same river that flows through Felin Geri all the way to the sea at Cardigan Bay, 10 miles to the West of the site. Newcastle Emlyn established the first printing press in Wales in 1718, roughly 100 years before the mill at Felin Geri was established.
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