Llanerchindda Farm


At Llanerchindda Farm there are two cottages, the newly refurbished Y Stabl Cottage which sleeps up to 6 people in 3 bedrooms and the spacious Farmhouse which sleeps up to 11 people in 5 Bedrooms.

Map of Mid Wales

Both cottages have warm exposed stone walls, tactile oak stable doors, cosy under floor heating and open log fires. In the Farmhouse, like any good welsh home, the well equipped kitchen is its heart, with oak settles gathered around a sturdy table. There’s a huge inglenook fireplace, complete with smithy fire and ham rails, and upstairs there are five bedrooms, two of which have luxurious en-suite bathrooms and super-king zip and link beds. There’s a third bathroom on the ground floor, handy to ensure that the countryside doesn’t join you inside! Y Stabl also has patio doors to an enclosed terrace. Here there are three bedrooms, one with double bed, one with three single beds, and another with bunks, and two smart bathrooms, making it ideal for a family. There’s more than enough to do here, and it’s all set in 50 remote un-spoilt acres, and against the backdrop of the stunning Cynghordy Viaduct and the Bran Valley on the edge of the scenic Cambrian Mountains. If walking, clay pigeon shooting, off road driving or trail riding are your idea of blowing the cobwebs away, then you’ll have no problem getting a dose of the action, but if you’d rather slow things down, both Y Stabl and The Farmhouse are perfectly indulgent and comfortable places to stop the clock. The Hadley’s also run a successful guest house at the Farm, so if you fancy a self-catering break without all the fuss of actually catering, they offer fortifying farmhouse breakfasts, packed lunches and outstanding home-cooked dinners just across the yard. With enthusiastic family owners, Martin and Lynn, and their sons Andrew and Mark, all on site and on hand with detailed local knowledge, you might not be tempted to leave the Valley, and who could blame you.

About Mid Wales & Brecon Beacons

Tucked away in the southern part of Mid Wales you will find the Brecon Beacons National Park, home to dramatic peaks and mountains including the popular 886m high Pen y Fan. A vast national park covering over 500 square miles and is less than an hour’s drive from Cardiff making is very accessible for day trips from the capital.
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There is an abundance of activities on the doorstep, including clay pigeon shooting, off road driving and trail riding

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Llanerchindda Farm, Cynghordy, Llandovery, SA20 0NB