Penyrallt Fach Cottage, Teifi Valley, West Wales
Penyrallt Fach is a very comfortable, cosy cottage with a private hot tub for the use of guests. The cottage has great character & is situated on a secluded historic traditional organic Welsh dairy farm in lovely countryside.
In the well-equipped open-plan kitchen/sitting room there is a farmhouse table with seating for 4 & 2 comfortable sofas for relaxing by the wood-burning stove after days on the beach or up in the hills. Central heating is available during the winter months at no extra charge.
There is a dvd player with a large selection of dvds & many books & board-games, a radio & free WiFi. There is no tv reception making this a real escape from the stresses of city life.
On arrival guests will find a freshly baked cake & flowers from the garden on the table.
The two bedrooms, a double & a twin, are simply & attractively furnished and the beds are provided with duvets & beautiful locally woven Welsh wool blankets.
The bathroom has a bath, wash-basin & lavatory, heated towel-rail & washing-machine.
The water supply for the cottage & farm comes from pure natural springs on the farm & is tested annually.
Logs for the wood-burner, electricity, bedlinen & towels are included in the price.
Central heating is available 1st October - 1st May & is included in the price.
Basic household items including fire-lighters, washing-up liquid & washing powder are supplied.
Up to 2 well-behaved dogs are welcome at a charge of £15 per dog.
The cottage is an ideal base from which to discover the glories of West Wales. There are many ancient sites, castles and historic small towns & villages to visit.
The Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion Coast Paths are within easy reach and the Berwyn & Cambrian Mountains are only a short drive away.
The farm is a member of the Soil Association Open Farm Network & visitors are welcome to request a guided farm walk, free of charge, to see the dairy cows, the woods & fields.
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This page was last updated: 05 November 2018