Nantseren is part of our traditional hill farm in the peaceful hamlet of Llanddeusant, nestled below Y Mynydd Du (the Black Mountain).
Ceri, Rebecca and our son Llywelyn would be your hosts.
Ceri has farmed sheep all his working life here, alongside his parents and grandparents. He is a Welsh speaker and has a wealth of a traditional skills including hedge laying, dry stone walling and shearing.
Ceri helped establish the nearby Red Kite Feeding Station which has contributed to the conservation of this once endangered bird of prey.
Look out for night-time wildlife walks with Ceri!
Rebecca has a background in design, her company Ingleby Davies Design creates bilingual designs for leading cultural and heritage organisations such as Amgueddfa Cymru/National Museum Wales, National Botanic Garden of Wales, St Fagans and Big Pit. She spent many years in Amsterdam, gardening on a small balcony - 300 acres of hill farm is a different life!
Nantseren is the perfect opportunity for Rebecca to share her passion for design, Welsh heritage and culture - and hot tub stargazing!
The Davies family has farmed at Nantrhodyn for three generations.
Staying at Nantseren will give you a unique insight into a way of life in which people live in harmony with nature and with each other, as hill farmers have done for centuries. Work is governed by the changing seasons and the weather. There is an annual cycle of lambing, shearing, sheep gathering, harvesting , tupping, hedge laying and tree planting. A farming diary in the glamping barn will let you know what's happening locally during your stay, both here on the farm and in nearby markets and towns. If you'd like to get involved let us know!