Self Catering Cottage
Ffynonnau Cottage, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5RU
Bedrooms: 3 bedrooms, 1 master, 1 twin and a small single/nursery
Ffynnonau is a beautiful 17th-century dog-friendly self-catering holiday cottage complete with oak beams and warming log fire.
Escape to our Holiday Cottage in Wales
This stone self-catering cottage in the Welsh hills is perfect for peaceful getaways for couples, families, stargazers, writers, artists and musicians looking to draw inspiration from the surrounding area. There is a log burning fire, for warming your toes by, a deep bath for sinking into and comfortable beds for deep and restful sleep after lots of fresh air.
There is a small but perfectly formed kitchen with modern appliances, spacious sitting room and dining room with access to the garden and trickling stream.
Dogs are more than welcome, but please let us know beforehand if you are bringing any.
Ffynonnau (Fin-non-y) is set underneath the Aberedw Hill with wide-reaching views, the 17th-century cottage is tucked in a farmyard with horses and chickens to meet. You can access the whole farm and the hill directly from your front door. A short walk will bring you to the caravan and camping site where you are welcome to take a dip in the lake or sample our local ales and smooth lattes in the cafe.
Ffynonnau holiday cottage prices include the entire cottage, front patio with a picnic bench and a view, a back area with a little stream and complete privacy, all bedding, towels and a little welcome hamper!
You also have access to our farm and the hill behind for long walks in the Welsh countryside. We have two lakes, which you can swim in and we have kayaks to borrow. On the campsite we also have a licenced cafe serving delicious local alea, coffee and cakes (closed during the winter months, but we’ll open up if you want a drink out of the fridge!)
|Dates||Weekend / Mid Week)||Weekly|
|6th January – 10th February||£250||£350|
|10th February – 24th February||£350||£400|
|24th February – 31st March||£250||£350|
|31st March – 26th May||£400||£500|
|26th May – 2nd June||£600||£700|
|2nd June – 14th July||£400||£500|
|14th July – 1st September||£600||£750|
|1st September – 15th September||£400||£500|
|15th September – 20th October||£300||£400|
|20th October – 27th October||£500||£600|
|27th October – 22nd December||£250||£350|
|22nd December – 5th January 2018||£600||£750|
- Kitchen with all mod cons, including an induction hob and a view across the valley
- Sitting room with log burning fire, two large comfy sofas, cabinets, games
- A large bathroom with a deep bath, shower and loo
- A dining room and utility area
- Master bedroom with wardrobe space and a view that will make you smile every morning
- Twin room with two beds and space for an air mattress
- A small single, perfect for a child but it does have a standard single and is a lovely little nook!
- A terrace with a table looking out across the valley
- Back rockery/garden with a little stream and old towering trees
- Access to the farm or the open hill from your doorstep
- Two lakes, including one that is perfect for swimming or kayaking (we have ones you can borrow!)
Where is Ffynonnau?
The cottage is on our farm in beautiful mid-Wales, where we also have a campsite and two lakes. The cottage is set away from the campsite in a farmyard.
There is so much beautiful countryside to discover in mid-Wales and we love to get out and explore, enjoying the scenery, villages and, often, pubs en route! Last weekend Katie & George, set off on a journey towards Monmouth and here is an account of their adventure! It was a lovely, cloudless day… Read more
We’re only a few days away from the 2017 Winter Fair in Builth Wells. This lovely rural event on the local calendar is a highlight of the year. Bringing together those living in rural communities and leading stockmen from all over the UK who compete for the top accolades. The… Read more
We are so looking forward to welcoming visitors over the festive period. The campsite at Christmas is a special place; quiet, wild, beautiful and a chance to get away from it all. Creating a Christmas meal in a caravan takes a very particular set of skills and almost inhuman patience,… Read more