We stayed at Tyn-y-Fach during the last week of July and we were all very pleased with the cottage. It is very ‘olde worlde’ with stone floors and low beams but has been sympathetically modernised and is very comfortable and clean. There are many things to do in the surrounding area which is very picturesque. It is situated on a working farm and children and adults will both love seeing the sheep and horses so close by. We were allowed to feed some young sheep and became rather attached to a young foal which was in the barn next to the cottage. Booking was simple and Richard and Melanie went out of their way to ensure we had all the information we might need. Thank you.

Paul, Maria and Emily (14)

Tyn-y-Fach is in a stunningly beautiful and remote location. As soon as we turned the key in the door we started to absorb its atmosphere.
The exposed beams and stone floor exuded history which made us inquisitive; how old is the cottage, how many people have lived here, and who was it built for?
The cottage is very homely and comfortably furnished and we felt very welcome.
The information booklet was comprehensive and the sheets and maps of walks on the doorstep were very useful.
We very much enjoyed our weekend here and would definitely make a return visit.

Viv and Colin

I just wanted to email to say thank you Richard and Melanie for an amazing week in your beautiful house in Wales. We were so lucky with the weather and spent most days on the beach! I can recommend the steam train into Tywyn, which we all enjoyed. Thank you for also recommending the caves – we had a great day out there. However I think the boys most enjoyed pulling on their wellies and splashing in the stream just around the corner!
What a wonderful week – lots of outdoor activities – and no screens! We have returned refreshed and energised.

Louise, Stuart, Max (6) and Henry (3)

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