Trowley Farmhouse

Trowley Farmhouse is situated in absolute peace and quiet in an unspoilt superb location at the end of a private lane; secluded but not isolated. The farmhouse is ideal for getting friends and families together; there is space to socialise with the 2 sitting rooms and large farmhouse kitchen; space to have fun with a private garden, nearby orchards and fields, and most importantly there is space to simply relax.

This detached farmhouse, which dates back to the 16th century, is surrounded by open countryside on our 400 acre working family farm. You can be sure of a warm welcome at the Trowley Farmhouse; we love where we live and will do all that we can to ensure you get the most out of your stay with us. On arrival you will find the farmhouse all made up and ready for you to use; wood burner lit in the chilly months, and homemade cake on the table so that you can put the kettle on and relax straight away.

 

Platt’s Farm bunkhouse is an ideal step up from camping. Sleeping up to 10 people in 2 separate bedrooms, and with a large communal kitchen this is a perfect place for individuals, families and groups to use as a base to explore the delights of North Wales. The bunkhouse has a shower room, a well equipped kitchen and parking. Dogs welcomed.

Platt’s Farm bunkhouse is set in the village of Llanfairfechan has been lovingly restored by Sam & Alan to provide a picturesque holiday destination for guests to relax and enjoy being within nature. We pride ourselves on good service, clean facilities and an uncrowded site where guests can wander around the walled garden and enjoy the sounds of the birds, or relax by their tent and take in the site of impressive mountain headland. Centrally located between Bangor and Conwy, our village is a perfect base for all the fantastic activities North Wales has to offer, from Surfing, to Zip Wires, Coasteering to birdwatching. This area really has so much to cater to all tastes!

 

Abercynafon Farm Barn accommodation near Talybont-on-Usk in the Brecon Beacons National Park is a great place for a get together for groups, family or friends who love the tranquillity of unspoilt countryside, outdoor activities and amazing dark skies for stargazing. There are mountains, waterfalls just up the road and lots of great cycling and hill-walking straight from the front door.

The 19th Century Grade II-listed converted barn has been lovingly restored into self-catering holiday accommodation with great care and attention to detail. It is spacious, well-equipped, warm and welcoming. Abercynafon Farm Barn is four miles from Talybont-on-Usk with its village shop / cafe, the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal and four pubs (one of them Camra award-winning). Brecon, Crickhowell, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye are all within half an hour’s drive. But you don’t have to venture that far. The peaks of the Brecon Beacons, The peaceful Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal and the beautiful Blaen y Glyn waterfalls and Talybont Reservoir are, quite literally, on our doorstep. If you fancy shopping our local towns are home to quirky individual shops, cafes, book shops, art galleries, crafts and farmers’ markets. Hungry or thirsty? You’ll find fantastic real ale pubs and restaurants nearby whose menus are packed with food from local producers.

Clyngwyn Bunkhouse offers a unique range of accommodation set within the stunning and beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.

Clyngwyn Bunkhouse has a fully equipped kitchen with full gas central heating which ensures a nice cosy stay and also heats the drying area. For relaxation, the bunkhouse has a television, DVD and CD player downstairs in the rest area. Outside we have a purpose built circular area with large barbeque and a fire pit, along side this a eating area, ideal for enjoying a relaxing evening sitting and eating whilst taking in the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains of the Brecon Beacons.  Bed & Breakfast in our 17th century Welsh Longhouse. There are 3 double/twin rooms available with a large private lounge for your exclusive use with TV and DVD, your own bonfire area and private entrance, ideal for families, groups or couples. We have a very relaxed atmosphere and are flexible for catering for groups as well as individual needs.

Cadair View lodge are self catering log cabins set in a wonderful hillside location in Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.

Ideal location for short breaks and holidays from 1 night upwards – December to end of Autumn half term. Two miles from Coed y Brenin trail centre. Close to mountains, beaches and other visitor attractions. Pet friendly and pet free accommodation available. Cadair View lodge are now into our 15th year of managing accommodation in Snowdonia. When the business was started in 2003 it was not our intention for it to be this big but by offering our guests the service and standard of accommodation that we would expect ourselves, our business has grown from just 1 log cabin to what you see now.

 

St Davids Bunk barns are situated on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path above Caerfai Beach within walking distance to St Davids.

With 3 bunk barns accommodating up to 122 people we offer the best setting with the best views for the best value. Situated on a working farm in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With direct access to the Coast Path and beach and within easy walking distance to the centre of St Davids your group can enjoy the local amenities and all the activities that are on offer here in Pembrokeshire. Stunning sea views can be enjoyed from St Davids Bunk barns and we have plenty of space on the farm to accommodate your group

Hardingsdown Bunkhouse is a perfect base for all holidays in the Gower Peninsula and surrounding area.

Situated on Lower Hardingsdown Farm, approximately fifteen miles from Swansea. The Bunkhouse is ideal for group accommodation and placed for you to take advantage of the surrounding coastal and inland landscapes that make up this beautiful area of the Gower.

Ceridwen Centre, a characterful, family run holiday retreat and pet-friendly business based on a small organic farm in North Carmarthenshire. We have varied self-catering & glamping accommodation – a large house sleeping 19, a glamping cabin sleeping 5, a double-decker bus sleeping up to 6, an eco-pod sleeping two and 5 Welsh-made yurts, as well as 4 B&B rooms and a function room.

The Ceridwen Centre is an multi-award winning eco-sensitive holiday, course, retreat, event and wedding venue on a 40 acre Organic farm in the Teifi Valley in West Wales. We can accommodate over 60 people in a variety of comfortable unique spaces all restored, upcycled or made by our local on site team. We are in a beautiful historic location 15 miles from some fantastic beaches. We have a licensed bar and shop. We run regular Friday pizza nights (woodfired sourdough Pizza with seasonal and locally sourced toppings) plus Saturday Burger nights. Check out our Menus and contact us to book in. The Ceridwen Centre is in an area that’s known as the Teifi Valley which is one of Wales’ best kept secrets; visitors will discover here a land of ancient language and traditions, of legends and kings, with lush countryside and rugged hills steeped in history, bustling market towns and country villages built beside the Teifi, excellent local produce – from sea, river and land – can be sampled in the area’s hostelries and restaurants. You’ll find a wide range of arts and crafts, galleries and studios throughout the valley and a warm welcome in one of the many and varied cottages, tipis, farmhouses, yurts, gypsy wagons or cabins available in the valley. The river Teifi, famed for its fishing, runs to the mouth of Cardigan Bay and unites the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. For visitors, we have it all – blue flag beaches, world-class gardens, woodlands, Castles and beautiful countryside. The scenery changes around every bend, inviting you to explore, and stay a while longer. Enjoy forest walks, walks over rolling green hills and walks up our leafy lane. Carmarthenshire is known as the ‘garden of Wales’ and the National Botanic Garden of Wales does this justice, with the world’s biggest single span glasshouse housing the best collection of Mediterranean plants in the Northern Hemisphere.


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