Welsh Tourist Board 5 star accommodation Cyffdy Farm Cottages and Rural Venues

Welcome to Cyffdy Farm Cottages and Rural Venues

Escape to peace, tranquility and luxury in Snowdonia, North Wales

Cyffdy's History:
The Cyffdy estate dates back to 1293, with the existing house dated circa 1592, Grade II listed and recently lovingly restored by the current owners. Cyffdy House was once the home of one of Wales’ most famous and talented triple harpists, Nansi Richards.

The Cottages:
The cottages, with a wealth of oak beams and vaulted ceilings, have all been recently refurbished, with particular care taken to retain their original character and charm. Stable Nook, Poachers Pocket, Beudy Brics and Shippon Roost form part of the historic Cyffdy Estate and are approached by a very quiet lane and private driveway, set in 6 acres. These delightful individual properties are spaced about 50 metres apart, whilst Hysbysfa nestles in its own ½ acre amid rolling fields of sheep yet within walking distance of the Town, Golf Club and Lake. Bwthin Meini and Glynrhedyn also benefit from being located in beautiful grounds. Nodyn y Nant is located near Llangollen.

Any or all of the cottages can be booked individually or in conjunction with each other. All have been designed for maximum comfort and privacy.

Poachers Pocket Shippon Roost
Poachers Pocket Shippon Roost

These skilfully converted cottages offer a peaceful hideaway, or a base from which within an hour the beaches at Porthmadog, Barmouth and Aberdovey can be reached. The mountains of Snowdon and Cader Idris or shopping in Chester or Shrewsbury are popular. Explore the delights of Mid Wales, the Centre for Alternative Technology, Celtica, and a wealth of castles and lakes. Closer to home, Llangollen, Betws y Coed and the Slate Mines at Blaenau Ffestiniog or the Coed y Brenin Mountain Biking Trails at Dolgellau make Cyffdy central to whatever type of holiday guests are seeking.

Beudy Brics Stable Nook
Beudy Brics Stable Nook

The local area is rich in wildlife, with walks from each cottage door. Bird watchers should note that Red Kites are sighted regularly and there is an RSPB Reserve at nearby lake Vyrnwy. The town of Bala is historically famous for being the birthplace of sheepdog trials. Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid), its Narrow Gauge Railway, the National White Water Centre (Canolfan Tryweryn), Bala Sailing and Golf Clubs are all within a few minutes drive ensuring a vast range of choice for quality leisure time.

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