- Hot Tub and Sauna Suite Exclusive Hire
One hour private and exclusive hire for up to 4 people
Cyfie Farm Cottages Terms and Conditions - Thank you for choosing to book with Cyfie Farm we look forward to welcoming you.
The following is a list of our terms and conditions of booking.
Arrival time will be from 1500 and departure time is by 1000.
At time of booking a non-refundable deposit of £100 is payable with the remainder of the balance due 6 weeks prior to arrival.
All our cottages are no smoking.
Children of all ages are welcome at Cyfie Farm but we do remind parents that this is a working farm and that on occasions heavy farming machinery may be in use.
Pets are not allowed in the properties, with the exception of Sheep Dip and Barley cottages where well behaved dogs are allowed, by prior agreement. However, please note that dogs are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture and should not be left unattended in the cottage. In addition whilst on the farm dogs must be kept on the lead at all times.
Additional persons, other than those named at the time of booking, are only allowed at Cyfie Farm with the express permission of the owners.
You are responsible and liable for any breakages or damages which you cause to the accommodation or its contents. Please report these as soon as they occur.
We do not accept any liability for any damage, loss or injury to any member of your party or any vehicles or possessions, unless proven to be caused by a negligent act by ourselves or our employees or contractors whilst acting in the course of employment.
Any data collected during the course of bookings may be kept for the purpose of future marketing.
Cyfie Farm is in a remote and isolated spot, 1.5 miles from the nearest village (with a tea room and small quaint pub).
The farm is at an altitude of 800 feet and the views across the width of Wales are a spectacular feature and can be seem from all cottages.
A car is useful to get around as there is scant public transport although the neighbouring farm runs a taxi and minibus service which can be booked easily. The nearest railhead is at Welshpool some 14 miles away.
There are many types and difficulties of walks from the farmhouse and in the local area.
Good mobile phone reception outside and variable inside buildings with stone walls (good by all windows).
There is an almost complete absence of background traffic noise, although we are in a low fly zone and there is sometimes sudden aircraft noise. The sights and smells of the countryside are all around with a plethora of flora and fauna; there are badgers in the garden together with many types of birds which feed daily from feeders. There is farm activity with sheep, horses, pygmy goats, ducks and chickens. We also have 6 farm cats and two labradors.
The lovely gardens, of about an acre, are part of the National Garden Scheme and are terraced with some narrow paths, (both concrete and wood chipped) some steps and slopes. The 2 summerhouses are reached across the gardens and have outdoor and indoor seating areas. Some very steep areas are not fenced off and are not intended for access.
All our bedrooms involve some steps. Some with their en-suite facilities are at ground level.
The hot tub and sauna are about 10-15 metres from the guest accommodation across the tarmac yard, along a narrow but level path to a fenced off but covered area of decking on which the hot tub rests with views across the valley. There are 3 steps into the hot tub and some dexterity is require to get in and out of the water. A short step up into the indoor area which houses the sauna and changing area. There is a separate shower room with wash basin and toilet.
We have 4 cottages each of which has a separate entrance. There is ample parking on our slightly sloping tarmac farmyard within 2 metres of each suite. Assistance is available for luggage on request. Tourist information is available from the proprietors.
The Wheat Suite is accessed after 4 steps into a lobby then into the lounge with electric fire, sofa, dining table with 2 chairs, nest of tables and coffee table, armchair, Flat-screen TV,DVD and video ( all remote controlled). Off the lounge there is a small kitchen (normal height units) with hob, oven, fridge, dishwasher. tea/coffee making facilities, microwave and toaster. From the lounge, a flight of stairs takes you to the oak-beamed bedroom with twin beds, bedside tables, armchair and dresser and through to the en-suite bathroom with thermostatically controlled shower over the bath, along with toilet and wash basin.
The Barley Suite is accessed after 4 steps into a lobby then into the lounge with log burner, sofa, coffee table, dining table and 2 chairs, flat-screen TV, DVD and video ( all remote controlled). Off the lounge there is a small kitchen (normal height units) with hob, oven, fridge, dishwasher, tea/coffee making facilities, microwave, and toaster. From the lounge, a flight of stairs takes you to the bedroom with super –king sized bed, bedside tables, armchair and dresser and through to the bathroom with thermostatically controlled shower over bath, toilet and wash basin.
Shepherd’s Watch is accessed from farmyard by a wide flight of 6 steps onto under floor heated slate flags. Single bedroom on same floor level then down 2 steps to bathroom (with toilet and double bedroom with thermostatically controlled shower over bath, toilet and wash basin). Also, double bedroom with en-suite shower room with slight step to sit down shower, wash basin and toilet. Upstairs open plan lounge/ dining area reached by straight flight of steps from entrance with TV video, DVD Audio ( all remote controlled), log burner effect electric fire, comfy sofas, dining table and 4 chairs. This area with views over valley. Stable door opens onto views and steep and uneven granary steps to Patio area. Further sets of steps to galleried fully equipped kitchen with sloping ceilings. Small hatch between kitchen and dining area.
Sheep Dip Cottage is accessed from courtyard by small step down onto patio then one up into small conservatory. Doors 770mm wide into entrance corridor, fully equipped kitchen with normal height units, twin bedroom with oak beds and an ensuite steam shower with seat, washbasin and toilet. The double-height open plan lounge/dining area with lounge suite, log fire, coffee table, dining table and 4 chairs. Also has DVD, video and audio (all remote controlled). All these rooms are on the same under floor heated flagged slate floor at ground level. Flight of stairs from lounge area up to gallery then off to low beamed double bedroom with oversized oak bed and low beamed en-suite bathroom with bath, washbasin and toilet.
Minutes from fairytale Lake Vyrnwy, 5 Star Gold Award Cottages nestle in a magnificent setting with spectacular views overlooking the Vyrnwy Valley. Also with a Hot tub and Sauna Spa.
Luxury self-catering accommodation with Spa on the fringes of one of Britain's last great wildernesses near to Lake Vyrnwy and on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
Cyfie Farm, a Wales Tourism Gold Award winner offers excellent five star self-catering accommodation with a Hot Tub and Sauna Spa and offers the perfect stylish retreat. It is one of the few remaining places in the UK where complete silence can still be experienced, with no background traffic noise or light pollution and is ideal for viewing clear starry skies.
The accommodation consists of 4 luxury cottages, converted from 17th Century barns, having a wealth of original features.
Wheat and Barley are both one bedroomed cottages and can accommodate up to two guests in each.
Shepherds Watch is a two bedroom, two bathroom cottage with the bedrooms downstairs and living room and kitchen on the first floor, enabling you to make the most of the breathtaking views across the valley.
Sheep Dip is a two bedroom, two bathroom cottage with a bedroom on both the ground and first floor. Well behaved dogs are welcome in this cottage by prior arrangement.
All the cottages are set up with everything you may need for a self catering holiday, including; bedding and towels, fully equipped kitchens and Wi-Fi. Each cottage has its own outside seating area with chairs and tables and there is ample parking.
Guests also have access to our beautiful prize winning NGS gardens with spectacular views. Our wonderful Hot tub and sauna spa are also available for guests and is booked exclusively for your use at a charge of £20 per hour.
Cyfie farm also has facilities for you to bring your own horse with stabling and an adjoining paddock. Hacking is available direct from the farm and the Dyfnant Forest Rainbow Trails can be found near to Lake Vyrnwy offering 125km of tracks.
Whether you are looking for a relaxing get away or an adventure packed holiday Cyfie farm is an ideal base for exploring Mid Wales.
One hour private and exclusive hire for up to 4 people
Luxury 17th Century Barn Conversion with a wealth of original features including oak beams. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms.
This luxury cottage has a spacious double height sitting/dining room with a wood burner, flagged slate floors with underfloor heating. A flat-screen TV with DVD and CD Player are provided too for your enjoyment.
The modern fully equipped kitchen has a split level cooker and hob, microwave, dishwasher washer/dryer and fridge-freezer.
A twin-bedded room, with oak beds, is also on this level with an en-suite shower room/WC.
The first floor has a double bedroom with a king sized, extra-long oak bed and a separate bathroom/WC with a shower on the bath.
Logs are provided at cost with the first supply free of charge.
The following are also included in the price: Electricity, oil-fired central heating, hairdryer, parking, small patio with furniture, barbeque and shared 20 acre grounds with beautiful gardens and spectacular views.
Luxury 17th Century Barn Conversion with a wealth of original features including oak beams. Sleeps up to 4 in 2 bedrooms. This luxury cottage has spectacular views from the spacious sitting/dining room on the first floor. A flat-screen TV with DVD and CD Player are provided too to enhance your stay.
The fully equipped galleried kitchen has a split level cooker and hob, microwave, dishwasher washer/dryer and fridge-freezer.
At ground level there is twin-bedded room with a separate Bathroom/WC with a shower over the bath. The floors are flagged with under floor heating and rugs
Also, the double bedroom has a Spectacular king sized bed with an en-suite shower room/WC
Not suitable for the infirm.
The following are also included in the price: Electricity, oil-fired central heating, hairdryer, parking for 2 vehicles, storage for bicycles, small patio with furniture, barbeque and shared 20 acre grounds with beautiful gardens and spectacular views.
This is a super-king sized double bedded cottage on two floors. Furnished in a classic country style, the Barley Cottage incorporates many of the traditional features of a corn store, but the main attraction of this cosy unit is undoubtedly the elegant wood-burning stove set in a brick inglenook.
This cottage has a lounge and kitchen on the ground floor and a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor.
This is a twin-bedded or super-king cottage, this cottage has twin beds, which can be placed together for maximum flexibility. This converted corn store is full of charm, with curving walls, oak beams and original oak roof trusses. It is tastefully decorated and comprises a sitting room and fully equipped kitchen down stairs with a twin or king sized bedroom and spacious bathroom upstairs.
The sitting room is fully equipped with TV, DVD and audio systems, and a comprehensive DVD library is available.
Bus - nearest bus station is by Tescos in Welshpool (14 miles)
Train - nearest Railway Stations are in Welshpool (14 miles) or Gobowen (Near Oswestry 20 miles)
Airport - nearest Birmingham or Manchester (70 miles)
Taxis can be arranged from all of the above entry points.
Directions from Llanfyllin by Road
(Postcode for Satnav SY22 5JE) Ensure you have Wales set as the country on your device!
(8 miles NW of Welshpool)
From A490 north-west, take the Lake Vyrnwy road (B4393 south-west).
After approx 4 miles turn left, signposted Llanfihangel/Dolanog B4382.
At bottom of village of of Llanfihangel bear right.
Go straight on past cemetery, over the crossroads towards Dolanog.
Take the 1st left, Cyfie Farm is 3rd farm on the left.
The world-famous garden, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare and tender plants. Laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles, it retains its original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces. High on a rock above the terraces, the castle, originally built circa 1200, began life as a medieval fortress.+ Read More