Blaeneinion - Conservation, B&B, Permaculture, Beavers & The Wild Wood
Larger Groups

Above: The 'Look East' Charity gather at Blaeneinion for team building and to crystallise their plans. Members from all over the UK get a rare opportunity to meet up and move their wonderful work forward in inspiring surroundings. 

Are you looking for a Company, Charity or School residential venue?   Do you need a host site for a Permaculture course, Yoga workshop or Outward Bound training?  Call for more information about how we can accommodate your group and specific needs on 01654 781215

Left: Huge wooden bear welcomes all our visitors.  Above: Although in the early stages, we can provide a 'stopover'or longer holiday option for riding groups. The bridleways have been cleared and gates made 'horse-friendly'! Beautiful rides from Ynyslas beach up the Artists Valley and beyond to Plynlimon.

Please call to discuss B+B options   -  In the coming years we hope to offer Yurt camping facilities

Above and right: Camping available with access to water and firewood for evening cooking. Terraces have breathtaking views, a plunge pool with small waterfall near by and a rudimentary al fresco toilet area. (Composting toilet to follow Sept 2013!) BBQ cooking on the fire pits highly recommended and encouraged -but bring your midge repellent!

The Sun Room
Comfortable, light and informal, the Sun room can seat up to 13 people, and is proving to be an excellent meeting or teaching venue with stunning views of the site.
Part of the main house, it is available only at specific times and by prior arrangement.

Above: The Sun Room is like a huge conservatory with perspex roof and glass on 3 sides.  Toasty on summer days, the windows can be opened for fresh air and there is ample space for flip charts, displays and tea facilities whilst overlooking the gardens.

Work, Play and Learn

3 miles form the main road, Artists Valley is extraordinarily beautiful! It is an hours walk to nearest bus, and there is no mobile signal to speak of. Many people enjoy the seclusion, but for those who like to keep in touch with civilization (?!), we have a reasonable broadband connection. Visitors can access the WiFi signal to check emails from the 'comfy sofa' in the Gazebo.

Above: Mature oak, birch and hazel woodland along the 3 mile valley track. Below Right:  The 'Comfy Sofa' in the Gazebo.  

Guided tours of the beaver enclosure and the whole site are available on request - please ask Sharon if we would like to learn more about what we do.

Enormous thanks to Boris for his remarkable landscape photography! for more pictures see 
Thanks also to Dolores Grounds for the photo of Artists Valley x
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