Adain has all the modern conveniences you would expect in four star self-catering accommodation such as central heating, fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV and DVD player. Sleeping 6 in 3 upstairs bedrooms, the accommodation is made up of 1 family room (1 double & 1 single bed), a twin room (2 single beds) and 1 single room (1 bed) and a bathroom/toilet.
Terms & Conditions
This is a working farm and different animals are born during the year eg lambs March and April, calves April to July, and somtimes foals April June. Also meet our-working dogs friendly cats and cheeky hens.
Type Self Catering
£350 - £550 per week
A spacious wing of owners 18 Century farmhouse (working farm), located in a peaceful and secluded area; this accommodation offers lovely views of surrounding fields and Preseli Hills.
The Adain Trefach is situated a mile from the main Cardigan -Tenby road at the village of Blaenffos. Adain is a working mixed farm, where visitors can see and meet our hens, cats, sheepdogs, horses cows sheep and lambs, (depending on the time of year you visit) and also watch sheepshearing, haymaking, harvest, etc. Conveniently loacted for visiting Pembrokeshire's natural and historic attractions: Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, with their beautifull beaches of Newport, Newgale, Poppit, and Mwnt, to name just a few. Also within six miles of Cardigan Bay.
In terms of layout, upstairs there are 3 bedrooms: one family room (double bed and single bed), a twin room, and a cosy single room. Bathroom and toilet. Downstairs: fully equipped kitchen, toilet and shower and a high ceilinged spacious lounge which also features a wood burning stove. The property is centrally heated. Large lawn area and ample car parking space.
Recently renovated to a high standard, Golchdy cottage is particularly suited to couples and families. Golchdy is perfect for your Pembrokeshire family holiday. The cottage is based on one level, but with two small steps inside leading to the bedrooms.
Golchdy is cosy and comfortable and the perfect retreat after you have spent the day on the coast or in the Pembrokeshire countryside. The cottage has full central heating, a fully equipped modern kitchen with fridge and washing machine.
The relaxing lounge has a TV, DVD player and views of the farm fields. Some of the existing features of its past history have been kept to make it a unique cottage such as the oak beams and the flagstones.
Additional Directions Information
From the M4 head towards Carmarthen A40 towards the Penblewin roundabout. Take the A478 towards Cardigan, at the village of Blaenffos turn left at the bottom of village by the blue chapel, and on for a mile, fourth lane on right ( tarmac lane).
From the North. Arrive at Cardigan follow A478 towards Tenby, and at the village of Blaenffos turn right by the blue chapel, on for a mile, fourth lane on right. (tarmac lane).
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