Tŷ Gwyn

Rural Carmarthenshire, West Wales.
Guests: 4       Wifi: available       Pets? Pets welcome (more than 3 contact us upon booking), fee applies

Tŷ Gwyn

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about the property

Traditional limewashed detached holiday home with thatched extension and great green credentials in the rural Teifi Valley. Easy access to all of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay.

Tŷ Gwyn is tucked away along a private track located in the heart of the Teifi Valley. Nestled at the end of a leafy lane, this traditional detached Welsh farm cottage is a cosy place to relax and get away from it all, you will love the sense of tranquillity here. The cottage has been lovingly converted using traditional, environmentally friendly and natural materials. The Welsh slate floor has cosy underfloor heating fired by a low carbon biomass boiler plus you'll have two log stoves to ensure you are snug and warm even in the coldest weathers. 

This is the perfect base to explore the beaches on the coastal path, castles, countryside walks and bike rides of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. 

The cottage lends itself especially well to accommodating two couples holidaying together, or a family with teenagers in the croglofft annexe. There is an interconnecting door that allows the property some privacy to each side when closed and could be used as two spacious single properties.

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We loved the cottage with all the attention to details of the building. The house was very comfortable and the blankets and tapestry wool are amazing. The kitchen had enough equipment to enable me to...

Elizabeth harding , September 2020

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arrival at
15:00
depart by
11:00
guests
4
7 nights from
£492 (based on 2 staying)
7 nights up to
£1085 (based on 2 staying)
pets
pets welcome (more than 3 contact us upon booking)
bed layout
Master Double, Double

facilities at Tŷ Gwyn

bathroom
bath
general
farm or rural location
open fire / woodburner
media & technology
television and reception
wifi broadband available
cleaning services
washing machine
infants
young children welcome
travel cot
accessibilty
ground floor bathroom

map - location

travel info

  • There is ample parking at the house.
  • There is also a bus service about 20 minutes walk from Gwar Cwm.
  • The nearest railway station is 15 miles away at Carmarthen.
  • There's a petrol station and shop 5 minutes drive away.

in detail

There is underfloor heating and two log burners (the first basket of wood is provided).

WiFi throughout the house

Ground floor:

The kitchen area:

  • Freestanding gas cooker including oven, hob and grill. There is a fridge/freezer, an electric kettle and toaster, dishwasher & microwave

Dining area:

  • Farmhouse style table and chairs. sits 6

Living area:

  • Two comfortable sofas (one is a sofa bed)
  • Log burning stove
  • TV and DVD player

There is an interconnecting door that allows the property some privacy to each side when closed and could be used as two spacious single properties.

Crog Lofft area:

Spacious lounge

  • patio doors that open to the front garden
  • log burner
  • traditional ladder up to croglofft sleeping platform double bed, with Welsh blankets 
  • Two sofas

downstairs bathroom:

  • shower, loo and wash hand basin

Utility room: 

  • washing machine, tumble drier, shower room with toilet

1st floor: 

  • Double bedroom with Welsh blanket, side tables and lamps
  • Bathroom: with bath, toilet and basin

Outside:

  • A gravelled area to front and side of the cottage
  • Table, chairs and umbrella for alfresco dining
  • Car parking area
  • BBQ
  • Access to small stream through the field, if there are any sheep in the field please keep dogs on lead

local area

  • Llangrannog - tiny seaside village with 2 pubs, and 2 beach cafes)  -17.2 miles - 32 mins
  • Penbryn - National Trust beach  -18 miles - 32 mins
  • New Quay - Boat trips to see dolphins - 19 miles - 31 mins
  • Llanerchaeron NT estate - 22 miles - 40 min drive
  • Llandysul, a small town, with shops for provisions, pubs and a cafe -  5.4 miles - 13 mins
  • Paddlers Canoe Club is also close by - 5.4 miles - 13 mins
  • Newcastle Emlyn - 7 miles - 15 mins
  • Aberaeron - pretty Georgian harbour seaside town, The Hive, The Harbourmaster  -21 miles - 34 mins
  • National Woollen Museum - History of weaving /spinning in Wales - 4.2 miles - 13 mins

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customer reviews for Tŷ Gwyn

We loved the cottage with all the attention to details of the building. The house was very comfortable and the blankets and tapestry wool are amazing. The kitchen had enough equipment to enable me to cook a few times and the weather was good enough to have breakfast outside some days. We went to the coast most days but often found it hard to leave the house. It is a great house to lounge around, reading. There were some cracked heads going to the bathroom in the night and forgetting the door was low but we survived.

- Elizabeth harding ,
September 2020

We had a fab 4 night break at the cottage. The setting is so tranquil and in easy reach of the sights of beautiful West Wales. The track to the cottage is not suitable for vehicles with low suspension but the Tesco delivery driver made it, albeit with some trepidation. We used both bedrooms and both were comfortable though it’s worth noting that the croggloft is probably not ideal for taller visitors. The kitchen and seating areas are all very well equipped and there’s lots of outdoor seating too. As autumn approaches the cottage was really warm with underfloor heating and wood burners available. All in all a very cosy place to take a break from it all.

- Louise M,
September 2020

We had a wonderful stay at this magical fairytale cottage enjoying candlelight real fires birdsong.stargazing and precious family time the best things in life are free thank you!

- Jane T,
August 2019