Tan Y Graig offers an unrivalled ‘into the wild’ wellness experience. Situated in the beautiful Welsh countryside, you can choose from a luxury yurt or you can pitch your tent in one of our designated wild camping pitches. Whichever option you go for you will have access to the following:-
- Privacy: No battery farmed campers here, you’ll usually get a ton of space to yourself and your party. Since there are only x camping areas on the 7 acres, it entirely possible that you’ll not see another soul for the duration of your stay (unless you want to!!).
- Campfires: The heart of any campsite. You will have at least one designated campfire within your camp. We’ll also give you a tonne bag of wood for your stay. You can buy more wood if you need it.
- Compost toilet: First – they don’t smell and they aren’t surrounded by flies. Each camp has its own compost toilet, most offer a great view to look out on whilst contemplating life. If a poo with a view is for you then you’ll love our toilets.
- Cold Showers: Great in the summer, or if you fancy yourself as a bit of a Wym Hof!
- Non-potable running water: Straight from a spring, you have fresh running water. For your own safety, we strongly advise that you boil the spring water prior to consumption. We supply everything you need for this and we start you off with a 10-litre butt of drinking water.
- Yoga: If the weather is good, we’re happy to run a couple of free yoga sessions on the lawns. Just ask for more details.
Tan y Graig is vehicle free. You will need to park xxx, and we can arrange for a taxi for you or if we’re free we’ll happily come and get you from Swansea train station.
Wellness Retreat/ Events
- Choose from a wild camping pitch, a shared luxury yurt or a private luxury yurt
- Morning and evening yoga
- Daily meditations
- Drumming circle
- Breathing workshops
- Mountain walks views, abandoned mines, fairytale landscapes and bags and bags of freedom
- Cook with friends and experience cooking a cauldron, clay oven, rocket stove or just straight over coals. (Optional/ no experience necessary)
- Bonkers Games of Cymraeg
- Some time to relax
- Music: Do you play an instrument?
We are right at the start of turning Tan y Graig into a living breathing example of low impact self-sustainability. If this is something of interest to you, you are more than welcome to get involve during your stay.
We like to offer animals who have had a hard-working life a bit of a break. We have some pigs, sheep, ex-battery chickens, ducks and a shetland named Dave. We made a decision early on that we would pen the humans in and let the animals have the space. This doesn’t apply to the pigs…if you have met a pig, you will know why. You are welcome to interact with the animals and get involved with feeding, mucking out or anything else that might be going on.