Imagine if our wildlife was to hold its own Olympic games. Who might be in with a chance of winning the gold medals? For the long jump, how about the grasshopper? A grasshopper can jump 20 times its body-length in distance – this would be roughly equivalent to a 6 ft person jumping a distance … Continue reading Nature’s Olympic Champions
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
Development of our new sustainable holiday accommodation here at Denmark Farm reached a ground-breaking stage this week (quite literally!), and building work has now begun: Digging & foundations – Feb 2012 The timber-framed units will accommodate couples, families or larger groups, and will be available as a holiday let to allow you to … Continue reading Building a Sustainable Future
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…
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?