Gwedd y Glyn Barn and Dinas Farmhouse are situated in the upper Irfon Valley – a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is just a mile from the ‘Smallest Town in Britain’ – Llanwrtyd Wells. This is a perfect central location for family holidays; reunions; special occasions; business meetings; residential courses or wedding celebrations.
These two unique properties are located within a stone’s throw of each other and can be hired separately or together, giving accommodation for up to 22 people. Each provides extremely comfortable accommodation and for the more energetic, they also provide a base for many outdoor activities.
Rock House is situated in the heart of Llanwrtyd Wells and within a very short walking distance to local amenities. The property is located next to the River Irfon and has a secluded seating area overlooking the river with views towards the mountains.
Gwedd y Glyn Barn
Sleeps 10, 5 bedrooms
Gwedd y Glyn Barn, which can sleep up to 10 people, is a restored 200 years old agricultural barn, originally built from local stone and oak. The spacious accommodation is beautifully presented, stylishly furnished and completed to a very high standard.
Sleeps 12, 5 bedrooms
Dinas Farmhouse, originally built in the 17th Century, is a beautifully and sympathetically restored Welsh farmhouse which can sleep up to 12 people. It has a wealth of history and this is reflected within the property which retains many original features.
Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms
Rock House, built in the 1800’s, is a semi-detached, double-bay fronted home located a stone’s throw from local amenities. The property, which can sleep up to 6 people, has a large living room, an open-plan kitchen-diner as well as storage for cycles and outdoor clothing in the large utility area.
Nestling within the Cambrian Mountains and close to the Bannau Brycheiniog, Gwedd y Glyn Barn and Dinas Farmhouse provide guests with a peaceful retreat but are, nevertheless, within a mile of the award-winning eateries, inns and brewery of Llanwrtyd Wells.
Rock House, located in the heart of Llanwrtyd Wells, is situated next to the River Irfon and has a seating area overlooking the river and hills.
With its varied schedule of events which include the Man v Horse; Bog Snorkelling; Beer Festival; bird watching; mountain biking; pony trekking; walking and fishing, Llanwrtyd is an unique centre for many outdoor activities. The area is one of outstanding natural beauty and is habitat to many rare species, most notably the Red Kite.
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Accommodation is superb! Can’t fault anything! Spacious; well equipped; exceptionally clean; excellent attention to detail – one of the best ever.
– John and Jean French and Family, Lincoln
We have had a lovely holiday. The barn is very comfortable and spacious with some lovely home from home touches. The children have loved being able to play outside and not be in any danger.
– The Cullen Family, Basingstoke, Hampshire.
The accommodation was awesome (much better than the online photos). I had a great time celebrating my 30th birthday with 9 others and the barn was more than capable of catering for us. Would definitely recommend!
– Rob and Friends, Bristol.
What a marvellous place. We were amazed by the size and the space, lots of shower rooms (ideal for muddy cyclists)! Couldn’t fault the place!
– Ian Hammon and Friends.