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Y Ffos Holiday Home

Y Ffos - Sleeps 3 comfortably and 4 snuggly.  We are unable to take pets at Y Ffos, if you wish to bring a dog please look at Ffynnonau Holiday Cottage

Y Ffos, is our cosy little house, nestled in the farmyard with its own paved terrace, complete with beautiful blooms tended by Suzie. It is slightly elevated, enjoying views from all but two windows over the welsh countryside.

A well equipped kitchen with all that you might need to cook delicious meals, we leave you some of our own sausages and eggs for breakfast...

Y Ffos has a comfortable sitting room, with sofas, easy chairs and french doors that lead on to the terrace with far reaching views of the farm and stunning countryside beyond.

There is a lovely double bedroom with en-suite shower room, with handrails. The bedroom has two windows one overlooking a pretty garden, the other gives more valley views. We have a little twin room with an adjacent loo and basin.

There are also all the bits and bobs you would expect, TV, dishwasher, close parking, barbeque and outside seating.

PS - Our Granny lived here - in fact it was made for her, it's all on one level so if your looking for somewhere easy to get about in, then Y Ffos is perfect.

Looking to stay in Y Ffos holiday cottage? Please take a look at our availability calendar and get in touch with Natalie on 01982 570736, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill out a booking form.

Or if Y Ffos isn’t right for you, take a look at Ffynonnau cottage which is tucked into the Aberedw Hill, with stunning views across the Welsh marches. Then again, if you are tired of solid walls what about a few nights under canvas in Betty Bell Tent? Proper bed, cookware, stove, fresh flowers and fire pit for roasting marshmallows included!

Fancy a bit more browsing? Take a look at some of the wonderful sights and places to visit during your holiday in Mid Wales. Our cottages make a perfect base for adventures, big or small. Then again, sometimes feet up in the garden is just as good!

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