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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 2 Pets 2 Welcome Region Carmarthenshire Town/village Newcastle Emlyn

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Bryn Farm, Newcastle Emlyn

This extremely spacious and very old five-bedroomed farmhouse stands in its own grounds and is surrounded by 50 acres of farmland. In a peaceful location, 1 mile or so from Cenarth, 2 miles from Newcastle Emlyn and 9 miles from the coast.

Bryn Farm has a large kitchen/dining room with fitted oak units, dishwasher and large dining table with 8 chairs. The utility room adjacent to the kitchen has a freezer, washing machine, shower cubicle and storage space. The cottage has 2 living rooms both with TVs, one with a large woodburning stove in the fireplace (initial supply of logs provided) and a DVD player. Twin bedroom on the ground floor with a cloakroom adjacent (WC and basin). Upstairs are a further 4 bedrooms - one double, a further double with a four-poster bed, and two single bedrooms. The upstairs bathroom has WC and bath with an electric shower over.

The garden surrounding the farmhouse is made up mainly of a lawn and trees, and includes a barbecue and garden furniture. Guests also have access to the owners' farmland. Outbuilding for storage of bikes. The pretty village of Cenarth has a shop and pub. Salmon fishing and coracle rides on the River Teifi. Beautiful waterfalls in the area. Market town of Newcastle Emlyn has leisure centre with swimming pool, shops and cafes. Visit the West Wales coast for its numerous sandy beaches and rock pools. Cardigan Bay is well-known for its dolphins, so keep a look out for them off the beach, or get closer to them on one of the many boat trips running along the coast.

Electricity and heating included.

Bed linen provided.

Cot and high chair available.

Bryn Farm is an old farmhouse in a rural location surrounded by 50 acres of farmland near the village of CenarthThe first sitting room has a TV, large woodburning stove in the fireplace and a DVD playerLarge kitchen/dining room with fitted oak units, dishwasher and large dining table with 8 chairsThis is the second lounge, has some original features in the fireplace, two leather sofas and a TVBeautiful views of the countryside from the propertyThe master bedroom has a four-poster double bed and pine furnitureDouble bedroom, with sink and traditional style bedroom furnitureInteresting oak style single bed, with bedside cabinet and views to the countrysideThe upstairs family bathroom has WC and bath with an electric shower overThis extremely spacious and very old five-bedroomed farmhouse stands in its own grounds and is surrounded by 50 acres of farmland.Twin bedroom on the ground floor with a cloakroom adjacent (WC and basin).Single bedroom on the first floor, ideal for a child
Large shower in the utility room
  • Accommodation, ground floor
  • Cot
  • Freezer
  • High chair
  • Open Fire
  • Washing Machine
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.

Pets Welcome

A maximum of 2 pets are welcome at this property. Typically pet charges apply but please contact the office for details.


The county of Carmarthenshire is known to many as the Garden of Wales. Stretching from Amroth to Llanelli the county enjoys over 50 miles of coastline, and reaches inland through the beautiful Welsh countryside to include the western area of the Brecon Beacons. Carmarthenshire is home to many attractions for the whole family to enjoy. The expansive countryside lends itself to walking and cyclists with so much to explore, and golf is also a popular pastime in this neck of the woods.  

The 568 acre National Botanic Gardens of Wales are in Carmarthen, showcasing varieties from around the world; its piece de resistance being the fantastic Great Glasshouse. The Dolaucothi Gold Mines in Llandeilo offer guided tours of the mines that date back to the Romans, and you can also try your hand at panning for gold! Wales was home to the great anglo-welsh writer Dylan Thomas, and the Boathouse Heritage Centre in Laugharne was where he spent the last few years of his life.   The country town of Carmarthen, located in the river Towy is one of the oldest welsh town, and some claim it to be the birthplace of the wizard Merlin! The mining town of Lanelli is actually the largest settlement however, situated on the Loughor Estuary, near the vast and beautiful Pembray Country Park and Forest. 

West Wales

This region includes Swansea which is the second largest city in Wales, also in the bay are Mumbles and Gower, both with pretty waterfronts ideal for a seaside holiday. Cefn Sidan is the longest beach in Wales with stunning views out across North Gower, and just inland is Pembrey Country Park. The Carmarthenshire region has such a fantastic selection of beaches and gardens; it is often referred to as the Garden of Wales and is home to the National Botanic Gardens and just borders the Brecon Beacons National Park. The long stretches of beach are particularly popular with visitors seeking a surfing or sailing holiday.

Pembrokeshire is the only coastal national park in Britain, with dramatic seaside paths and hidden coves to discover. There are also plenty of unspoilt ports and market towns along the way. The park also just touches on the Preseli Mountains, this wild heath and moorland is just perfect for walking opportunities and those who prefer an inland trek away from the coast.

Being surrounded on three sides by sea, this is a foodie haven with numerous festivals taking place all year round and fresh produce markets such as the Beer & Cider festival at Haverfordwest Castle and the quirky Really Wild Food festival.

Area Carmarthenshire Nearest shop 1 miles Nearest pub 1 miles


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