We stayed in Crog-Loft no.1 - a beautifully designed barn conversion, with ample space, and cozy sofas. The two kids had their own bunks downstairs, tucked away from the sitting room area - and we were in the stylish mezzanine, furnished with Sian's sumptuous graphic Welsh textiles (which you can buy online on their website store!)
Self catering, with the cooking and washing up area al fresco is fun, and there's a big lawn for the kids to play on, and fields beyond (where the glamping 'Dome' tents are located) - And there is an honesty-bar in their very own 'pub' with an open log burner, oh it's lovely!
Breakfast is complimentary, and communal in the 'Lodge' which is a two minute walk from the Crog-Lofts, and you'll meet likeminded 'campers' from the Domes and other three Crog-Lofts - the cereals, spreads for the toast, hard boiled eggs, and fruit are organic, and local as can be, and Fforest cater for soya milk lovers like me too... (no wifi in the crog-lofts, so breakfast is the time (with free wifi in the Lodge) to check your emails, and upload those #coldatnight instagram photos!)
The kids loved the freedom, (and the amazing walk-in shower) and we had a nosy around the Fforest Farm house, which is available to hire too - so we're planning our return!
The location is excellent for visiting local beaches and pretty villages, and Cardigan is just a half an hour walk through the local Nature Reserve, with a reward of a delicious Pizza at the Pizza-Tipi on the Quay in Cardigan, brilliant spot - run by Sian and James' four sons - keeping it in the family - a must-visit too...
Tip: Be prepared that cooking for the Crog Lofts is outside, in your own little kitchen, with sink and gas rings, Bring wellies, walking boots, torch for your walk back from the 'pub' on site too...