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Growing Success at Denmark Farm

Now that Spring has  finally arrived, we have an exciting season of plant themed workshops at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. So if you are a budding plantaphile and want to get your hands dirty you still have time to join us. But do book soon as places are limited and filling up fast. Field Survey … Continue reading Growing Success at Denmark Farm »

Amazing August Eco-Campsite Special Offer

If you’re considering camping this summer but need a little extra incentive then why not take advantage of our Amazing August Eco-Campsite Special Offer. 3 nights for the price of 2 throughout August!. Denmark farm provides space for eco-camping set in a wonderful, wildlife-rich 40-acre nature reserve. The camp site is situated on a gently … Continue reading Amazing August Eco-Campsite Special Offer »

Go Wild in the Woods at Denmark Farm

For those of you with children the summer holidays are coming up fast.  Why not let them ‘GO WILD’ with us at Denmark Farm? With a choice of dates to suit different age groups, we are offering ‘Wild In The Woods’ activity days during the first week of the school holidays as well as during … Continue reading Go Wild in the Woods at Denmark Farm »

Stay in our yurt from just £15 per person…

based on 4 people sharing. If you’ve ever fancied staying overnight in a yurt, our ‘no frills’ yurt experience is the perfect alternative to glamping. Our 18 foot yurt at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre in mid-Wales is now available for hire for £60 per night. It is very simply furnished with a wood stove, table … Continue reading Stay in our yurt from just £15 per person… »

The best campsite in the world?

Probably! The  Eco-campsite opened at Easter, and we were thrilled to read the feedback left by one of our visitors: “Wow! The most perfect campsite we (two adults) have ever been too! Peaceful, beautiful countryside, with so much wildlife (bats, butterflies, birds (some of which I had never seen before!) which all make the most … Continue reading The best campsite in the world? »