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The Welsh Farm Glamping FAQ’s

Wild, dog-friendly and adventurous - but what if I don’t have pets?


You are in the right place: Find out exactly what your glamping stay at the Welsh Farm could look like.


Outside glamping, lights hanging from trees with pizza oven and outdoor fire  under huge tree


“How many dogs do you allow? Is it secluded? What does secluded mean? We want to get lost in nature, relax and we don’t want to see humans or animals …”

We’ve got you covered. Dive into our FAQs - where all your questions will be answered. If you can’t find the answer quickly, email us and we will get in touch straight away. And add it to our FAQs!


The Welsh Farm is made up of three VERY separate sites. They are all in private, people-free spaces, where you won’t see another soul - unless you choose to. 


We’ve kept the rustic vibe of camping and being one with nature. Light fires, flex your muscles and chop wood, it’s simple living. But at the same time we’ve added luxuries like hot tubs and electric heated blankets!


It’s perfect for people who crave disconnection and want that feeling of being light and free. In love, fully rested and at peace. 


Glamping goodness.


Amazingly, the spaces we’ve created not only calm humans, but dogs, too. We wouldn’t want a staycation without our dogs, so we don’t expect you to leave them behind either. Reactive dogs included. 


All the glamping sites will be fenced by: 


1st May 2024 - Country Yurt and Chestnut Cabin

1st June 2024 - The Yurt Hideaway


In the same breath, if you don’t have dogs and like pet-free holidays, then the sites serve you equally well, as they are private and exclusively yours, you will get the peace and reset you came here for. 


Find your way around quickly with our Table of Contents:


Questions about bookings at The Welsh Farm

Questions about on-site facilities at The Welsh Farm

Questions about nearby The Welsh Farm

Questions about dogs & reactive dogs at The Welsh Farm



FAQs about bookings at The Welsh Farm Glamping



What is your cancellation policy?

If you cancel prior to the final payment date, only your initial booking fee will be retained. If you cancel 1-4 weeks prior to your holiday, we reserve the right to retain your full booking. 

However if your dates are re-sold last minute, we will offer a partial refund, taking into account the cost difference between bookings (more detail can be found in our Ts and Cs).


How do we make a booking?

I’ve paid my deposit, when do I have to pay the final balance?

Do you offer gift vouchers?

How can we contact you if we have questions regarding our upcoming stay?

Are children permitted?

Is your site pet-friendly?

How many dogs do you allow?

Is your site accessibility friendly?

What is the difference between the two yurts? 

What time is check-in and departure?

What happens if I arrive after hours?

Is early check-in available?


Questions about on-site facilities at The Welsh Farm Glamping


A glamping yurt interior with oak kind size bed, wooden lattice surround  and kitchen

What do I need to bring with me?

You need to bring your food, wellies, coats, beach towels, swim shorts and condiments (salt, pepper, sauces, flour for the pizza oven) for the yurts. The Cabin has some condiments provided.

What is provided in the accommodation?

Yurts: 

Inside: We provide all bedding, plus bathrobes and towels for the hot tub/shower (please bring towels for the beach). 

The kitchen has pots, pans, bowls, plates, crockery, grater, coffee plunger, tea pot, knives, bottle openers, peelers etc. You shouldn’t need to bring anything. There is a two ring gas stove, stove kettle and a fridge (no freezer). 

Outside: you have a BBQ, pizza oven and potjie pot for stew cooking over the fire. At the Country Yurt you have chickens and vegetables (seasonally available)

Bathrooms: We provide bodywash/shampoo, hand wash and toilet roll.

Dogs: We provide one dog bed, treat bag, towel and bowl.

Cabin: 

Inside: We provide all bedding and towels for the hot tub/shower (please bring towels for the beach). 

The kitchen has pots, pans, bowls, plates, crockery, grater, coffee plunger, tea pot, knives, bottle openers, peelers etc. You shouldn’t need to bring anything. There is a gas stove and oven, stove kettle, electric kettle, microwave, fridge and freezer. 

Outside: you have a BBQ and pizza oven. 

Bathrooms: We provide bodywash/shampoo, hand wash and toilet roll.

Dogs: We provide one dog bed, treat bag, towel and bowl.

Are facilities shared?

Are there bathroom facilities outside?

Are there laundry facilities onsite (or laundrette nearby?).

There are no laundry facilities onsite, there is a coinwash in Carmarthen town centre. along with shops and a dog friendly cafe.

Is smoking permitted on the property?

Please smoke outside of the cabin and yurts. We ask you to smoke well clear of the canvas when staying at the yurts and safely dispose of cigarettes.

Is there a travel cot available?

How do we find the sites?

Is WiFi available?

What is phone reception like on your property?

Are your hot tubs wood-fired or electric?

Do the accommodations have electricity?

Is there an electric car charging point?

Is there a TV?

Are there chickens and vegetables at all the sites?

How far is the car park from each site?

What can you offer to help facilitate a special occasion?

Where is the nearest grocery store?

Where is the nearest fuel station?

Where are the nearest pubs? Which do you recommend?

Do you provide groceries/consumables onsite?

What sort of kids activities are available?

Where do you recommend taking our dog for a quiet walk?

How close are you to the sea?

What beaches would you recommend?

Do you supply wood, or can I buy it from you?

Is your water safe to drink?


Questions about dogs & reactive dogs at The Welsh Farm


Weimaraner lying next to pizza oven with blue sky backdrop

Is the site secure?

Yes the sites are fenced and gated. Unless your dog is a determined escape (burrower or jumper) artist, they’ll be safe and you’ll have peace of mind.

Will we see other people or dogs?

What is the fencing like?

Do you accept Banned Breeds?

Do you accept more than three dogs?

Do you have a walk onsite?

Are you reactive dog friendly?

Cariad mawr


Enjoy x


P.S. Any questions not here - let us know!

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