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Come and see us for a short break in January or February. If you've stayed with us before or you are introduced by someone who has stayed before - receive a 10% discount and a bottle of wine. Wintry landscapes and great views. Stay in either Straw or Granary cottages.

 

 

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Things you need to know

Included in the price:

The cottage is fully equipped with bed linen, towels, tea towels, toilet rolls and dishwashing products.  Full central heating, 

Arrival:  Granary Cottage is ready for your arrival any time after 3.00 pm on the day of arrival.

Departure: We ask that you vacate the cottage by 11.00 am on the departure day.

We regret we do not take children under 15 years of age.

We welcome well behaved dogs but ask that they are not allowed in the bedrooms, on the furniture or left unattended in the cottage. There is a kennel available if you want somewhere to put a wet dog or leave him or her while you are out. This is sheep country so dogs must be kept on leads in fields where there are sheep

Directions: Can be found under Contact

Granary Cottage

Guestbook

We have visited Ty Gwyn Farm for relaxing holidays for the last five years and plan to go annually in future years for as long as we are able! If you want isolation and peace with "civilisation" not too far away, Ty Gwyn is for you. The owners, Margot and Anthony, are a lovely couple who will give you a warm welcome and have plenty of suggestions concerning places to walk, visit and explore. The scenery in this part of the world is nothing short of exquisite. Plenty of country pursuits available to satisfy every taste. Granary Cottage is extremely comfortable and cosy. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !! Jerry and Mary Chance

Jerry and Mary Chance

The Straw Cottage