We stayed in Stable Cottage, a cosy cottage conversion that feels like home from home. Wonderful quiet ‘off the beaten track’ location which is good for dark skies, walking routes and surrounded by friendly farm animals;
The farmhouse kitchen is equipped with a fabulous Everhot oven, a large fridge/freezer and all the usual kitchen appliances and fittings to make your stay a culinary pleasure. There is a quirky breakfast bar off the main kitchen area with a Welsh dresser.
The separate dining room has a large table to seat all the family and a piano with music for those serious musicians. The TV lounge has and open fire and there is a separate garden room with two sofas, desk with internet point and French doors that lead onto the garden terrace. There is also a large downstairs wet room with a rain shower.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms sleeping 6 people, a small dressing room and a bathroom with hand held shower. The enclosed south facing garden has a private terrace area for al fresco dining or the occasional BBQ with lovely views across the wooded valley. The mature sloping garden with its hidden spaces and play house provides the perfect natural playground to inspire the imagination of younger family members.
For those needing it Pendre Farmhouse has fast wifi internet access for home working.
There is ample parking for two cars.
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Relax and recover with friends or family with private views of the sea. The former stables of the farm now provide a comfortable and luxurious character cottage with its open plan kitchen, Inglenook Fireplace and two bathrooms. Stable Cottage provides a comfortable and luxurious 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 bedroom cottage, the property offers modern amenities in a characterful setting overlooking farmland and the Heritage Coast.
Bwthyn Nyth Fach was the original eighteenth century farmhouse at Llainfran Fach, now authentically restored. Step back in time and experience true Welsh history…with a few modern comforts thrown in of course! Nyth Fach may just tick all the love nest boxes with its roaring fires, fabulous bathroom and enchanting crog-loft bedroom for two.
Heddwch means ‘Peace’ in Welsh, and this bungalow is certainly true to its name lying as it does in the quiet rural hamlet of Llwyndafydd, overlooking farmland and just a few minutes from the West Wales coast and hidden coves of Cardigan Bay.
Sue and Tom N
Andrew and Lyn