Beautiful farmhouse in Rhandirmwyn, Nr. Brecon Beacons, Carmarthenshire, Wales
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8
Aberaeron is a beautiful Nash sea side town on the Ceredigion coast line and is 28 miles away (one hour by car). It is a lovely day trip and has gained a reputation as a foodie destination – the Harbour Master is outstanding. The long distance Wales Coast Path also passes through Aberaeron and it is easy to follow the path for a beautiful walk along the coast.
Nearest airport: Cardiff 80 miles, Nearest railway: Llandovery 10 miles. Use of a car is recommended.
The nearest villages are picturesque Rhandirmwyn (4 miles) and Cilycwm (4 miles). The area abounds in places to visit including several national trust properties, beautiful gardens and the outstanding mountains.
About Lucy Perkin
We are 2 doctors living in London and bringing up a family of four. To renovate a historic property like Troedrhiwgelynen requires a passion for beautiful old buildings and a love of an extremely special area. My husband Michael is a great researcher and has payed a huge amount of detail to authenticity as well as cutting edge technology. We both love the aesthetic and have taken an uncompromising approach to doing the best just once so that the property is set up to endure and stay beautifully simple and luxurious in the longer term. I am a farmer's daughter brought up not far from Troedrhiwgelynen and have been very touched by the locals' response to the renovation and the return of Troedrhiwgelynen to its former glory.
Lucy Perkin purchased this Farmhouse in 2011
Why Lucy Perkin chose Llandovery
Hidden away in the wild and beautiful Cambrian Mountains Troedrhiwgelynen was an authentic Welsh farmstead, looking a little sad. but handsome none the less with its beautiful stone work and Georgian windows and occupying a commanding position in an extremely beautiful valley. We bought it at auction from the RSPB and spent 3 years bringing it back to its former glory and on in to the 21st century - a legacy for the future. I was brought up near Llandovery but my husband is equally passionate about the amazing beauty of the Cambrian Mountains and the Beacons.
What makes this Farmhouse unique
Troedrhiwgelynen is a magical place to stay. The house has an enduring quality particular to historical dwellings but with luxurious simplicity and top of the range "everything"! It is accessible all year round, off the beacon track enough to be incredibly peaceful but near to the Heart of wales Line, the Beacons, the market town of Llandovery and an hour from beautiful coastline. Best of all it is uncrowded. You can take off from your doorstep on a walk or cycle and literally not bump in to a soul. And yet you will be aware of the farmers gathering their sheep, laying their hedges or making hay. It has a real and living quality about it. There are amazing mountain biking trails, horse trekking, bird watching and walking opportunities - quality family time, fresh air and relaxation.