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We stayed in May. six of us, and none where disappointed. Good rooms great food. We all ate dinner at night, chosen at breakfast which was superb. Family run and friendly. Tucked out of the way but this helps for a good nights sleep.
A lovely family run guest house a little off the beaten track but all the better for a peaceful nights sleep. The rooms are all clean comfortable and well supplied. Breakfast will keep you going all day. They do evening meals, which all of us...More
If you are looking for somewhere 'away from it all ' then this is the place. Ty Waun is hidden away in its own peaceful hollow, with a duck pond/ lake circled by irises, and surrounded by fields. There is an ENORMOUS kitchen/ dining area....More
Yes, it can be a bit trick to find, but SatNav will definitely get you there. Its a restored 17th Centruy (I think) Farmhouse with lovely accomodation. Rooms have their own en suite, small fridge, tea & coffee facilities. The views from the widows are...More
Ty Waun, which has 1 double, 1 twin and 1 family room, is an 17th Century farmhouse recently restored in keeping with its character - with original beams, floorboards and open fires. Located in the Cothi Valley, it has excellent views of Paxton's tower in the Towy Valley. Visitors are welcome to wander around our 5 acres of land, just sit, relax and watch the wildlife by the pond or play croquet on the lawn.