Holiday Cottage, Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales
Granary Cottage

About Granary Cottage

VisitWales_4starlogo_big.jpgGranary Cottage is a comfortable and stylish self catering holiday cottage with stunning views. Graded 4 stars, sleeping 4, it has two en-suite bedrooms... More Info 

About Ty Gwyn Farm

Ty Gwyn Farm is a traditional mixed farm, sitting in the rolling hills of Radnorshire, with stunning panoramic views in every direction. Ty Gwyn is an ideal base from which to explore this hidden, unspoilt area of Mid Wales. The beautiful Elan Valley, Builth Wells and Hay on Wye are all within easy reach. There are walks around the farm and plenty of footpaths and long distance walks in the area of Radnorshire and Llandrindod Wells. Watch the wildlife; we have red kites, buzzards, hares and badgers, enjoy clean air, open skies and absolute peace and quiet.More Info


Calling all Fishermen!

Fishing is available on the world renowned Wye and its tributaries. A passport scheme allows access to a wide range of rivers and streams. Brown trout fishing is available on the Elan Valley Reservoirs and the rivers Wye, Elan and Marteg, and Rainbow trout fishing at Llyngwyn. A 40 minute drive away is Llyn Clywedog Reservoir with stunning scenery. Regularly stocked. For more details and contacts

We have somewhere to wash and store fishing gear and a freezer to put all those fish in!



The Straw Cottage

About The Straw Cottage

The ultimate get away, The Straw Cottage, is truly far from the madding crowd, a straw bale cottage in an idyllic spot on the farm. This is the romance of a bygone era with 2016 comfort.  If you want an unusual place to stay, if you like the idea of being away from it all and living with nature but do like a hot shower, a comfy bed and a flushing loo, The Straw Cottage is it...  More Info

We are delighted to have been awarded a Gold Award for the Straw Cottage by Visit WalesGold_Award_WEB_2017.jpg

"Our stay at 'Straw Cottage' has been one of adventure, tranquility and awe. From the beautiful Welsh countryside and rolling hills to den building, bonfires, kite flying, stream dipping and BBQs (every night!). We are reluctant to leave this amazing piece of paradise. We loved the seclusion, the feeling of being a million miles away from anywhere.. A big thank you to Anthony and Margot for making us feel extremely welcome to the farm. Elsie particularly loved seeing 3 hares scamper across the bridge (they were huge!) and the swing! and of course the treasure hunt!. " John, Helen and Elsie August 2017 See more reviews on our Guestbook page




On a rather damp Saturday in April we began our first gundog course of 2018. Luckily by 11am the downpour had ceased, and although it was a bit drizzly for a few hours, it did not dampen our enthusiasm! We had a group of spaniels and one labrador all quite young from at 8months up to a year, apart from one older spaniel who was 2and half. Margaret Ward, our trainer started by assessing dogs and owners in the yard, over the weekend we worked on heeling, recall, sit and stay. In the small paddock, the young dogs learnt the basics of steadiness and then simple retrieves in the training lane.  Many had their first foray into water before moving on to a small patch of cover to start learning about hunting. We finished with tea and cakes and plans for continuing the training at home. 


Having fun at The Straw Cottage

Thanks to Blossom and Bunting Photography



Country Courses

Country Courses

Would you like to try your hand at something different? Perhaps learn a new skill or experience another way of life? The courses are a great way to learn more in an informal way. More 

Dry Stone Walling   

Our Dry Stone Walling courses run through the year - if you would like to find out more about stone walls in the landscape and how to build them then this course is for you.  More


We certainly had a mixture of weather on our May course last weekend.  A very wet Saturday was followed by a lovely day on Sunday. Our 6 trainee wallers deserved a medal for their perserverance and determination to carry on walling whatever the weather. 

"A great day despite the rain. Many thanks to Stuart for his expertise and Margot for hospitality." Simon

"Great course, lovely lunch, fab company. The weather didn't dampen the spirits and built a short course of dry stone wall - fantastic." Tara

"Wonderful walls, wit - shame about the weather - fantastic fun and insightful instruction." Genevieve

"Great weekend, a blend of walls, geology, history and more walls. Good food and company too. Off to build my own ( small ) wall now"  Peter

"The venue is nothing less than fantastic as is the food, course and company. Walls are great!" Dave

Walking Through History   

Learn how to read the features in the landscape, what they are, why they are there and who put them there.  Stone walls, enclosures, banks and ditches all tell a story of the past.  Find out more whilst walking the Radnorshire hills with a landscape historian. Ideal for small groups of friends, societies, or just for an unusual special occasion. More

 Walking across the Radnorshire Hills

  "Fascinating and fun. The area is filled with history with plenty of evidence going back to the iron age. Stuart gushes with enthusiasm and humour and never tires of teaching you new aspects of the hills. A most memorable day." Edward and Lucinda July 6.

"Our walk was preceeded by a good and clear yet entertaining talk by Stuart. On our walk over the hills, he was a mine of information as we observed the historical and archaeological evidence. Lunch was a superb picninc and gave us a chance to rest whilst we enjoyed the views.  A thoroughly good day out, enjoyed by all."  Ruth July 6

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The Walking through History days are a great way of finding out about features in our landscape, what they are, why they are there and about the people who lived there.

Holiday Cottage, Glamcamping and Country Courses in Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales. 

Ty Gwyn is more than our home; it is our way of life, embracing many different country pursuits, farming, riding, working our dogs.  We enjoy looking after the land we farm so that it is an attractive landscape and full of wildlife.  We say we are hidden in the heaven of Radnorshire, and it is a heaven that we want you also to enjoy, so do come and visit us. Whether you want to relax or be active, sit in the garden or walk the hills, the choice is yours. We look forward to welcoming you to Ty Gwyn Farm. 

Margot & Anthony