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Penyrallt Fach Cottage

Pentre-Cwrt, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire, SA44 5DW, West Wales
Tel: 01559 370341
E-mail: fadog@tiscali.co.uk
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Accommodation

Penyrallt Fach Holiday Cottage provides comfortable, traditional style accommodation in what was originally a 19th century piggery.

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The accommodation is on one floor and comprises a fully equipped kitchen/dining/sitting-room with a very efficient wood-burning stove.

There is a large farmhouse table with seating for 4 and in the sitting-room area there is a sofa and easy chairs, in which to relax after long summer days on the beach or invigorating walks in the hills. Many books and board-games are provided, also a DAB Radio with iPod dock, TV and a DVD player with a good selection of DVDs.

A small complimentary welcome hamper containing organic and fair-trade items, a fresh home-baked cake and flowers from the garden will be on the table on your arrival.

There are two bedrooms which are simply and attractively furnished with a double bed and twin beds respectively, which have been hand-crafted by the owners using timber harvested from the farm's sustainably managed woodlands.

The cottage is adjacent to the 17th century farmhouse and a fine range of farm buildings, all of which are Grade 2 listed by CADW as a prime example of a model 19th century farm.

Penyrallt Fach - tea by the rosesPenyrallt Fach is surrounded by a lawn and overlooks a paddock with a large pond.

All fuel, electricity, bed-linen & towels are included in the charge.

The water supply to the farm and cottage comes from pure, natural springs which rise at the top of the farm.

Penyrallt Fach is a no smoking cottage.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome . . . at a charge of £10 per dog.

 


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