Very well-equipped cottage: everything you could ever need! Wonderful location: just the place to chillax or put on your walking boots and set off for the coastal path.
Nyth Fach aptly means ‘little nest’ in Welsh and what a welcoming nest it is. The whitewashed exterior hides a deceptively spacious interior and as you push open the blue front door, you may well be impressed, as not only do you step back in time, you do so with style, character and quality.
The cottage interior has lime mortared walls and a traditional Crog loft bedroom which has been painstakingly restored to give a real feel of what an 18th-century Welsh cottage would have been like.
To balance out the history you will be relieved to hear the cottage has a contemporary kitchen with Belfast sink and luxurious bathroom with walk in shower, twin sinks and underfloor heating.
Relax and recover with friends or family with private views of the sea. The former stables of the farm now provide a comfortable character cottage with its open plan kitchen, Inglenook Fireplace and two bathrooms. Stable Cottage provides a comfortable retreat for up to six guests set within the grounds of Llainfran Fach.
Tydu View Cottage was the former piggery and granary of the Llainfran farmstead and lies alongside Stable Cottage. Now converted into a luxurious single storey two bedroomed cottage, the property offers modern amenities in a characterful setting overlooking farmland and the Heritage Coast.
Pendre Farmhouse lies above the small peaceful village of Llwyndafydd just south of Llainfran. Once the local pig farm, Pendre stands proud, sunny and south facing above the secluded wooded valley that links with the sea at Cwmtydu Cove. A lovely spacious retreat for up to six guests. Its ‘secret garden’ is a hidden gem for adults and children alike.
Andrew and Lyn
Sue and Tom N
Emily and James
Gill and Tony K