Ffynnon Fair at Tyddyn Castell, Eglwyswrw, Pembrokeshire

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Ffynnon Fair at Tyddyn Castell, Eglwyswrw, 

Ffynnon Fair ( Mary’s Well )is the lovely renovated barn in the grounds of Tyddyn Castell, a traditional 17th century Welsh farmhouse in the heart of the rural village of Eglwyswrw.

This gorgeous tip-top-of-the-range-comfortable holiday barn for a couple makes the perfect romantic escape, or simply a restful place to come and enjoy the extensive pleasures of the Pembrokeshire coast. Once a simple cowshed, it is now beautifully furnished, properly equipped, and with a bedroom and bathroom which wouldn’t look out of place in a top boutique hotel. All on one level, it is ideally suited for wheelchair users or those who are less mobile. Ffynnon Fair overlooks an extensive garden, with lawns, streams, orchard, vegetable plot, landscaped banks and private woodland. The highlight is the pond, surrounded by native wild flowers and fed by the ancient sacred well of Ffynnon Fair (Mary’s Well). One infant and one well-behaved dog are welcome.
The bedroom has an enormous, luxurious super-king bed with a headboard covered in a lovely weave from the renowned Melin Tregwynt woollen mill. The bathroom is super-luxurious, with a wonderful contemporary bath, a huge wet-room shower, stylish fittings, fluffy towels and bath robes; and the kitchen, painted in a pretty, restful grey-blue, is superbly fitted out with everything needed for self-catering. The cosy sitting area, at the other end of the spacious open-plan living area, has two sofas (one each!) facing a first-rate wood burner. The cottage looks out via generous stable doors onto its own private garden on one side; and onto the lovely big garden the other side, which visitors are invited to explore and enjoy.
• Wood burner logs supplied (first basket free of charge)
• Free wifi
• TV (with USB port), DVD (plus good selection of quality DVDs), CD-player/radio
• Electric oven and hob
• Fridge/freezer
• Dishwasher
• Microwave
• Washing machine
• Store cupboard essentials included (coffee, tea, sugar, s&p, olive oil, balsamic vinegar etc)
• Well-equipped kitchen
• Bedding, towels and all basics included (soap, loo paper, cleaning materials etc)
• Electric heating, hot water and first basket of logs included
• Super-king bed (can be separated into two singles on request)
• Baby-friendly (ask owner for travel cot, high chair etc)
• Dog-friendly (one well-behaved dog welcome)
• Garden furniture
• Well-equipped kitchen
• Stylish bath and separate ‘rainwater’ shower
• Local information
• Great walks in the locality
• Visitors have their own private garden space, but are also welcome to explore the owner’s beautiful garden
• Fresh vegetables available in season
• Fresh eggs from the owner’s hens, when they are laying
• Mobile reception
• Suitable for wheelchair users, with ramp entrance, and shower seat available on request
• Seven minutes’ drive from the coast (the owner can give details of some isolated beaches and coves)
• Seven minutes’ drive to Newport, Pembrokeshire, with superb restaurants, cafes and pubs (the owner is happy to take visitors to restaurants in Newport so that they don’t have to drive)

There is ample off road parking space. An extensive garden surrounds the house with lawns, streams, an orchard, a vegetable plot, landscaped banks and a private woodland. An abundance of wildlife also inhabits the garden including many wild birds. The highlight of the garden is the wildlife pond surrounded by native flowers. The pond is fed by the ancient and sacred well called ‘Ffynon Fair’ (Mary’s Well) which is a site of historical interest.

Eglwyswrw is on the main A487 and is half way between the pretty market town of Cardigan and the seaside town of Newport, with its large sandy beach and fine dining restaurants. We’re only five miles away from the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path whilst five miles in the other direction takes you into the panoramic Preseli hills.

North Pembrokeshire, with its rugged natural beauty and outstanding wildlife, is a haven for walkers and water sport enthusiasts. The area has many unusual art and craft galleries. Pembrokeshire is steeped in myth and legend with castles and historic sites nearby and there are plenty of opportunities to fish, play golf, and sightsee in the beautiful surrounding countryside and beaches. Many major attractions of the area are within reasonable driving distance from Eglwyswrw.
Then, at the end of your fun-packed day, come back and explore the gardens of Tyddyn Castell and relax in front of the log fire. We offer you stylish accommodation in beautiful surroundings in the heart of Wales.

Enquiries for rates and availability phone 01239891364

or E mail wendy@tyddyncastell.co.uk

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