Tag Archives: Eco Lodge

A May Stay at Denmark Farm

A short blogpost written by recent guest Sue Rickard Staying at Denmark Farm is to be immersed in nature. We were there in May when everywhere was full of spring flowers and the new leaves on the beech trees were soft and silky, creating great canopies of greenness that one could stare into, dreaming of … Continue reading A May Stay at Denmark Farm »

Green Key to the Door in 2016

We’re delighted to announce that our Eco Lodge at Denmark Farm has been awarded the Green Key Accreditation for environmental tourism in Wales. Not only are we the first holiday accommodation in Ceredigion to gain a Green Key award but we are the first in Wales, outside of Pembrokeshire, where the scheme has been launched during the past year. … Continue reading Green Key to the Door in 2016 »

Great Community Support for Cob Cooking

We have just 7 days remaining for our crowdfunded earth oven campaign and we’ve been overjoyed with the fantastic response from donors who (at of time of writing) have contributed £1,315.00 toward our £1,500.00 target. So, from all of us at Denmark Farm, thank you so much for your support. All our backers will be … Continue reading Great Community Support for Cob Cooking »

Twelve Sparkling Days of Eco Christmas Shopping

    Christmas can cause headaches for many of us, who prefer not to waste money on endless, useless stuff likely to end up in landfill. But it can also be hard to completely opt out as we don’t want to be seen to act like Scrooge by our nearest and dearest. So, why not embrace … Continue reading Twelve Sparkling Days of Eco Christmas Shopping »

Discover “4 walks” this autumn

Autumn is a great time of year for a walk, and the colours in mid-Wales are at their best at the moment. If you’re looking for new areas to explore,  a walks booklet has just been launched by the local community of Cilcennin, funded through our Big Lottery-funded ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ (WWYL) project: “4 walks” trail leaflet, launched this … Continue reading Discover “4 walks” this autumn »