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When you stay at Orchid Meadows, you have 25 acres of countryside set aside for people and nature to explore. Wander round our network of paths through gardens, orchards, wild flower meadows, wetland, newly planted woodland and areas of bracken and gorse that have a sense of wilderness about them. In many places you will have fine views of the Cambrian Mountains and there are welcome seats to surprise you and give an opportunity to relax, dream and observe nature.


You can take the nature trail or use the orchard guide to find out about our heritage apple varieties. And there are special places to find, including Beech Walk, Fig Tree Garden, Water Lily Pond, our patch of Sphagnum Wetland, Bluebell Corner and Sunrise and Sunset Corners. If the time of year is right, you will want to linger. We are especially proud of our large population of heath spotted orchids, our lesser butterfly orchids and our broad-leaved helleborines. That is why we called ourselves Orchid Meadows. Click here to download a walking map of Orchid Meadows or see it through the eyes of our site artist below.

Cottage and glamping holiday accommodation in West Wales

There is a host of interesting wildlife at Orchid Meadows to keep an eye out and an ear open for, some obvious and easy to spot, others lucky encounters. Click here for a full species list or see some of the highlights below...

West Wales is rich in nature reserves and other places to see fantastic wildlife. When you come to stay, we can tell you where you will have the best chance of catching a glimpse of these spectacular creatures...

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