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Penyrallt Fach Cottage
Property: 4491 Carmarthenshire

Penyrallt Fach Cottage - Penyrallt Fach Cottage

Sleeps: 4 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

Link to owner's web site
  • Cottage of character with wood-burning stove on an organic farm.
  • In beautiful countryside with views over the Teifi Valley & only 30 mins. from beaches.

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Penyrallt Fach Cottage is a delightful,comfortably converted Victorian Piggery situated on a secluded working organic dairy farm in the beautiful Teifi Valley of West Wales and is only 30 minutes from the lovely beaches of Cardigan Bay.

The cottage has been decorated with a bold palette of colours using eco-friendly paints giving a feel of real cosiness and welcome.

The beamed and wood-floored open-plan kitchen-dining-sitting room has a large farmhouse table with seating for 4 and 2 comfortable sofas by the wood-burning stove..

The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric cooker, micro-wave oven, fridge aa & all necessary china, glass, cutlery & utensils. There is an extensive library of books, board-games & DVDs. There is a DVD player and free Wifi but no TV.

On your arrival there will be a fresh home-baked cake and flowers from the garden on the table.

The two bedrooms are simply and attractively furnished; the larger room has a double bed and the twin room has two single beds built in a style echoing traditional Welsh cupboard beds. The beds are supplied with organic wool duvets & lovely Welsh wool blankets.

The bathroom is simple & functional with a bath with hand-held shower, wash-basin, lavatory, washing machine & heated towel-rail.

The cottage has an enclosed lawned garden.
All fuel is included in the price.
Central heating is available from 1st October - 1st May and is included in the price.

The farm is part of the Soil Association Open Farm Network.
More information on the Penyrallt Fach website (link above).
See our Farm Blog;

The cottage is ideally situated for exploring this little known area of Wales.

There is spectacular scenery ranging from the glorious beaches of Cardigan Bay to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and the Cambrian Mountains of Mid-Wales, all within easy reach.

Many superb castles and historic sites are in the area and delightful small market towns to visit.

This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

Cosy sitting rooom
Cosy sitting rooom
The cheerful yellow kitchen
The cheerful yellow kitchen

Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: Yes. 

Dogs by prior arrangement with a surcharge of £15 per dog (max.2 dogs)

Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. Bed-linen, towels & tea-towels all supplied

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil

Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Wood

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Garden furniture
Fenced garden

Standard Rates

Low Season: £275.00 per week.
Mid Season: £350.00 per week.
High Season: £450.00 per week.

A deposit of £100 is required on booking, with the balance to be paid a month before arrival.

Short Breaks from £170.00 3 nights.
NOT available in June, July, August & all school holidays.


From Carmarthen:
Take the A484 for about 16 miles.
At the village of Rhos bear off to the right onto the A486 and go for about 1/4 mile to a crossroads.
Turn right at the No Through Road sign, go down the lane,past a house on the left, over a small stone bridge and on up the track to the farm at the end.

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