|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Llety'r Wennol holiday cottage is located in beautiful open, rolling country at the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountain range. With Cardigan Bay, Tywi Valley and the Brecon Beacons National Park within easy reach, the cottage is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, ideal for bird watching (with the Red Kite a major attraction); garden visits, walking and trekking. Nestled in between the rural towns of Llandeilo, Llandovery and Lampeter, Llety'r Wennol is an ideal base for attractions such as Aberglasney Gardens, Dinefwr Park, Dolaucothi Gold Mines, the Red Kite Feeding Centre and Llyn y Fan Fach.
Lounge and dining room with woodburning stove, 3 piece suite, traditional Welsh dresser, dining table and chairs.
Kitchen including oak units, electric cooker, refrigerator and microwave.
Bedroom 1 - Single bed with table, chest and wardrobe storage.
Separate utility / shower room - including washing machine, tumble drier, deep freeze, shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom 2 - Double bed, bedside table, wardrobe and airing cupboard
Bedroom 3 - Single bed, bedside table, chest and wardrobe
Shower room including W.C. and basin
Terrace with garden furniture, ideal for barbecue, overlooking valley and rolling farmland.
Small front garden and freedom of farm for walks (map provided).
Bedlinen, towels and hairdryer included
Heating and electricity included
Cot and high chair provided on request. Please bring your own bed linen for the cot.
A welcome pack awaits guests - bread, ham, milk, tea, coffee, sugar, Welsh cakes and a bottle of wine.
2 pets welcome - additional cost of £10 for second dog (payable to owner on arrival)
Parking for 2 or more vehicles
The Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Club offers white water rafting, canoes and kayaks for some spectacular scenery along the Teifi for the water sports enthusiasts. 21.6 miles
Ceredigion Water Sports Centre New Quay. 28.5 miles
Many local walks from the door step to suit all levels and abilities. Local walking club and many local trails and paths. Guided Walks available. Drover walks 3.0 miles.
Afon Cothi (a tributary of the majestic River Towy, famed for its Salmon run) is nearby, with permits available from local clubs. 2.8 miles.
Troed y Bryn fishery Trout and coarse pools. 15.2 miles
Cardigan Bay is renowned for its bass and black bream and boats may be chartered from several of Ceredigion's small ports. Ceredigion Coast 28.5 miles
Cilgwyn Golf Club is located in a secluded valley and is very picturesque. It's a flat parkland layout but the trees, ponds and streams give you plenty to think about as you try and plot your way around the course 13.5 miles.
Cycling heaven, passing through quiet country roads and trails 0.2 miles. Natural Resources Wales site Cwm Rhaeadr with its mountain bike trail 11.5 miles
Caeiago Riding Centre is located on the edge of the beautiful Cambrian Mountains in the heart of rural Wales, ensuring spectacular riding country and varied wildlife. 1.2 miles
Llety'r Wennol is located in beautiful, open, rolling country at the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountain range on the outskirts of the village of Ffarmers, nestled in between the market towns of Lampeter, Llandovery and Llandeilo in West Wales. There are lush green valleys, mountain wilderness, stunning lakes, beautiful gardens and fantastic food available at farmers markets in Carmarthen, Llanelli and Llandovery.
This renovated cottage is situated on a working farm with cattle, sheep and horses. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it is ideal for bird watching (with the Red Kite Feeding Centre within 20 miles a major attraction); walking and trekking. Old drovers' roads invite you to explore on foot or by car whilst fishing, pony trekking and golf are also available nearby. Llety'r Wennol is within a short drive to Aberglasney Gardens and the National Botanic Garden of Wales, making it an ideal spot for those keen gardeners.
It is also within easy reach of Cardigan Bay and the Brecon Beacons National Park (including the Carmarthenshire Fans and Llyn y Fan Fach), while the Pembrokeshire Coast and Gower Peninsula are also popular areas for visitors to West Wales. It is an area of considerable historic interest with Dolaucothi Gold Mines just 3 miles away, as well as castles, churches and numerous other historic buildings and places of interest to visit, several of which are National Trust properties within a short distance.
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