Penyrallt Fach Cottage

Enjoy a star gazing holiday in an historic holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire

Penyrallt Fach Cottage

Full Description


Penyrallt Home Farm is a secluded organic dairy and sheep farm situated above the Teifi Valley, a few miles from Llandysul, north Carmarthenshire.
Penyrallt Fach Holiday Cottage provides comfortable, traditional style accommodation in what was originally a 19th century piggery.
The accommodation is on one floor and comprises a fully equipped kitchen/dining/sitting-room with a very efficient wood-burning stove.
There is a large farmhouse table with seating for 4 and in the sitting-room area there are two comfy sofas in which to relax after long summer days on the beach or invigorating walks in the hills. Many books and board-games are provided, also a DAB Radio with iPod dock, TV and a DVD player with a good selection of DVDs. The cottage also has Wi-Fi Internet.
There are two attractive & simply furnished bedrooms, a double & a twin.
The bathroom has a bath, wash-basin, lavatory, washing-machine & heated towel-rail.
The cottage is perfect base from which to explore this lovely corner of Wales.
The beaches of Cardigan Bay & north Pembrokeshire are within very easy reach & the dramatic hills of mid-Wales are also easily accessible.
One well-behaved dog is welcome @ £20 per week (or part week).



Telephone Number

01559 370341

Twitter ID

@PenyralltFach

Sleeps

2-4

Pets

allowed

Wi-fi Internet Access

Available free of charge

Pub

Within a short drive

Secure Cycle Storage

Under cover

Fishing

Within a 10 minute drive

Golf

Within a 10 minute drive

Swimming Pool

Within a 10 minute drive

Scenic Walks

Direct from the door

Real Fire

Wood Burning Stove

Eco Friendly

Penyrallt Fach is an eco-friendly holiday cottage - converted from the old piggery.
Much of the furniture & fittings has been made from timber harvestd from the sustainably managed wood on the farm.
The farm is an organic dairy farm licensed by the Soil Association.

Historical Connection

The cottage, farmhouse & buildings are all Grade 2 listed.
The farmhouse dates from at least the 17th century, the earliest documentation being 1695.
The cottage & buildings date from the mid-19th century having been built as a model farm at that period.