Hafod Lydan Self Catering Farmhouse
Situated on a genuine working farm
Sleeps a maximum of 10 people
Master Bedroom with kingsize bed
Bedroom with two bunkbeds
Bedroom with one bunkbed
Bedroom with two single beds.
Shower room, with walk-in shower, toilet and basin.
Fully equipped farmstyle kitchen - with slate worktops, kettle, toaster, dishwasher, Electric oven, microwave and fridge/freezer.
Dining room, with wood burning stove. The woodburner also doubles as a hob for cooking or keeping saucepans warm, ideal for homemade soups or broth.
Lounge with wood burning stove, sofa, TV and DVD.
Living Room with a comfy sofa doubling as bedroom, with a log burning stove.
Small shower/wet room, toilet and basin. (this room is a functional but basic wet room)
Bookings can be made via e-mail, Air B&B or Trip Advisor Holiday Lettings.
A deposit will be needed to secure your booking, until a deposit is received we will not secure any dates.
In the unlikely event of late bookings or last minute deals - these can be paid upon arrival.
Check in - 2pm
Check out - 10am
We do expect our guests to respect our property and leave it in the same condition as found upon arrival. Failiure to do so, and any breakages etc will be chargable.
We do not supply towels so do remember to bring your own.
The house is fully oil centrally heated, regulated by a thermostat. The house heating can also run off the woodburner in the main lounge.
There is a large parking area and walkway to the house, the farmhouse has its own private garden area with patio area and log store.
Due to the close proximity to the farm yard we are afraid that we cannot accept young children or dogs to stay in the house unless by prior agreement that they will be under strict control not to wander around the farm yard or building site.
The property is situated higher up the road from the campsite, and is totally private, no camping is available at the farmhouse.
It is situated in the midst of a working farm, so during your stay you will be able to get a taste of life on a working farm. During summer the sheep are gathered off the mountains, sheared and sorted. During the winter the cattle are housed in the sheds and then graze the mountain pastures during the summer. Spring time is lambing time so there are usually lots of lambs to be seen chasing each other round the fields.
The farmland stretches over hundreds of acres of peaceful mountainside, ideal for relaxing. Bird and wildlife watching.
Peregrines and buzzards are a common sight, as well as so many other small birds, too numerous to mention. The woodpecker is a regular in the woods, as well as owls and jays.