Carmarthenshire Self Catering cottage, Yr Hen Llaethdy, Newcastle Emlyn, sleeps 4
Newcastle Emlyn Travel and Heritage Information
01244 352 197
Sleeps a maximum of: 4
Pricing From: £414.00
This wonderful barn conversion is situated on a working farm, three miles from the town of Newcastle Emlyn sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
Yr Hen Llaethdy is a beautiful barn conversion on a working livestock farm, three miles from the market town of Newcastle Emlyn in South Wales. This cottage sleeps four people and has two bedrooms, consisting of one king-size double and one twin, which can be made into a double, as well as a family bathroom with whirlpool bath. The cottage also has an open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
Outside there is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed covered patio with furniture and a swing. Yr Hen Llaethdy is an ideal holiday home for a couple or family in a wonderful area.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
This is our second visit here. Again, wonderful cottage with amazing hosts. Joy and Rod can't do enough for you. The cottage is clean and tidy. Well stocked for anything you want to cook. We will be coming back. If you like home comforts such as hairdryer, coffee filter, cafeteria then this is all covered here. Please note: When you go out, you will need cash to pay for parking. Whereas we are use to paying on apps etc. Was a bit of a shock when we got somewhere and had no cash on us.
Stayed here for my husbands 60th birthday All I can say is excellent in every way. Joy and Roy were so welcoming and pleasant. They even decorated the house and baked him a birthday cake. Hot tub was excellent. Fab place for dogs. Would definitely recommend this place and certainly will be returning
Absolutely Stunning Cottage
We stayed here for a long weekend. Had an amazing time. The cottage is stunning and has everything you can think off. You literally just turn up with clothes and food. Everything else is there including robes, bath towels, tea towels and all the clean equipment. My little boy loved the games, jigsaw puzzles and colouring. We have already booked for our summer holiday next year.
A really wonderful relaxing holiday
My father, husband and I have just come back from a wonderful week staying in this barn conversion on a working farm and none of us wanted to leave I can tell you. Joy & Rod are both such lovely, friendly and kind people and honestly cannot do enough for you. The accommodation is so well equipped,?that you need not take much with you at all which is brilliant. The beds are extremely comfortable and the whole layout of the place is spacious and so clean. We walked in and were shown around by Joy, who made sure we knew exactly where everything was and how it worked. The welcome goodybag was such a lovely touch and a really nice start to our first evening there. We thoroughly enjoyed the fresh chicken eggs from their chickens with our morning breakfasts and evening omelettes. We were also privileged enough to try some duck eggs as well, which were just as lovely. Rod kindly introduced us to his animals, as I asked, which was one big plus of staying on a farm, We saw the baby calves and lambs as well as the ducks, chickens and friendly farm cats, which will welcome you at the back door each morning. Having the hot tub was so nice after you had been out for a day trip or a long walk. We would just sit back and relax our muscles which was a lovely end to each day. The underfloor heating that warms the whole place is really good, we were warm and snug the whole week we there and it was lovely under foot too. There are so many things about this property which are lovely, the quality of furniture, extremely well equipped kitchen and attention to detail right through is brilliant. There are many places to see around the area but I would recommend:- -Sculptureheaven, a really lovely little place to visit and their cakes and cordials are wonderful. -Cenarth falls just round the corner, you can enjoy a lunch & drink in the pub opposite or a nice ice cream from the little gift shop, while taking a walk down the side of the river listening to the water rumbling over the stones. -Cardigan coastal farm park is a great place to visit if you have children to see the farm animals but even for us, just to enjoy the coastal walk above and watch the Seals bobbing their heads up above the water and if you are lucky, a dolphin too. -Visit Caws Cenarth cheese farm and watch through windows into the factory as they make the cheese, separating the curds and whey and then by hand, putting the curds into the cheese moulds. Then walk across to the shop for some tastings, you can't help come away with bags of cheese, it's lovely. -The National Wool Museum just around the corner is quite interesting as well and worth a visit. We also visited a Goldmine, a Waterfall and a Coal mine, which were further afield but all really good too.
Just had our second holiday in this delightful luxury cottage. Still a perfect escape from the real world with internet just incase you need to keep in contact. Sitting in the hot tub whilst it was snowing was a great experience. clean and very well maintained this cottage is warm and you don't really need the fire but for effect. Thank you Joy and Rod for creating this great cottage.
Underfloor heating from ground source system with solar panels for hot water and woodburning stove
Electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Travel cot and highchair on request
Off road parking for 2 cars
Enclosed covered patio with hot tub, furniture and swing
Two well-behaved dogs welcome
Please note dogs are not allowed on soft furnishings or in the bedrooms
Sorry, no smoking
Shop and pub 3 miles
Note: Dogs must be on a lead whilst outside the garden area
Note: The cottage is accessed down an uneven farm track of less than 1 miles, care must be taken
Note: As this is a working farm there will be some tractor noise
Note: Water supply is from a bore hole
Note: This property has a £100 good housekeeping bond
Please note: This property has a minimum night stay of x3 nights
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Nearest AttractionsHeritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Newcastle Emlyn Castle - 1.7 miles (Castle)
National Wool Museum - 3 miles (Museum)
West Wales Museum of Childhood - 3 miles (Museum)
National Coracle Centre, Cenarth Falls - 3.7 miles (Museum)
Cenarth, St Llawddog's Church - 3.7 miles (Historic Church)
Pant-yr-Holiad - 4.3 miles (Garden)
Internal Fire Museum of Power - 4.7 miles (Museum)
Ffynone Mansion - 6 miles (Historic House)
Cilgerran Castle - 8.2 miles (Castle)
Cilgerran, St Llawddog's Church - 8.4 miles (Historic Church)
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Details of facilities are believed correct at time of publication, but may be subject to change by the cottage proprietor. Up-to-the-minute facility listings will be always presented during the booking process for your approval.
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