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- This romantic little Welsh cottage is on a small working sheep farm in a secluded location in West Wales with its own, wildlife filled, pond right on front of the cottage. It’s in a gorgeous little spot; peaceful and quiet, but only a short drive from the university town of Lampeter and it makes for a very good base for exploring the rich countryside and coast of Ceredigion. The cottage is actually a converted barn dating back to the 18th-century and is full of character but wholly modern and comfortable, with all conveniences and a hot tub and BBQ just outside the door. There is one double bedroom, plus another sofa bed for one in a cosy alcove accessed by steps from the lounge area. The kitchen and lounge are open plan, the lounge comes with leather seating, a TV, DVD player and music system, and doors leading out onto the patio. There is a wood burning AGA heater/cooker in the lounge too and don’t worry you’ll have a good supply of logs all ready and waiting when you check in. The kitchen is stylish and clean and has all you will require, oven & hob, fridge, microwave etc. There is a washing machine in the outside utility room, and the property has one bathroom with shower. Outside in the patio you’ll find the nice wood fired hot tub as well as a barbecue and outdoor furniture. There is that lovely pond right on front of the cottage too, and around there is ten acres of farmland which has a flock of sheep and is a great place to spot wildlife. READ MORE
- In the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley, Wales, UK, with lovely views over the market town of Builth Wells, this very homely B&B farmstay, which is very highly rated by its guests, has a range of comfortable rooms with flat screen TV, WiFi and a private patio. They can serve a very good breakfast direct to your room in the morning with plenty of choice, from a full cooked Welsh breakfast to porridge, cereals, toasted bagels with salmon and cream cheese etc. Guests are free to wander the farm at their leisure and maybe keep an eye out for some local wildlife; Red kites, owls, foxes and buzzards are all known to visit now and again. And if you would like to explore farther afield the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, which has great hiking opportunities and famously stunning scenery, is a short drive to the south. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Absolutely everything the gracious informative hosts fabulous setting great creature comforts king size bed & topped off with a superb breakfast overlooking the magnificent scenery a must stay for people who look for luxury in a B&B….” “Can’t praise Smithfield Farm enough, had the most wonderful stay. Facilities, food, cleanliness, location and the owners were all excellent…” >> CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS & TO BOOK YOUR STAY AT SMITHFIELD FARM: READ MORE