Digital Detoxing Delight: The Forge is offering an escape to the Welsh countryside this Easter
| 27th March 2018
Are you desperate to escape city life? Are you in need of a serious digital detoxing? Then look no further!
This Easter, the newly opened Forge in the outskirts of Corwen, North Wales, is offering people the chance to take a break from their bustling city lives, and relax in one of three luxury glamping tents.
Each tent is complete with a composting toilet, hot shower, and visitors are welcome to use the camp kitchen if they fancy some self-catering. But don’t worry if not, there is also an array of pubs and restaurants around the area that guests can enjoy.
Visitors can take advantage of the beautiful 20-acre smallholding, Cae Einion, by exploring the hill fort, playing in the stream, or just by wondering through 4-acres of woodland.
They can also offer a helping hand to the smallholding through feeding animals, collecting eggs and making chutney and jams.
The Forge’s strong links with a wide range of local adventure providers allows visitors to enjoy an array of activities, from paintballing and rock climbing, to canoeing and mountain biking. They can also explore the wonders of water rafting, clay pigeon shooting and surfing!
Sheena Corry, the owner of The Forge, said:
At The Forge, we give people the opportunity to escape from the
pressures of modern life and immerse themselves in the great outdoors
while still providing all of the modern comforts to make their stay as
stress free and relaxing as possible.
For more information or to book a luxury break, visit: https://theforgecorwen.co.uk
Photos: The Forge