Ty Gwennol is a restored, two storey, detached, stone built, traditional Welsh cottage with spectacular views front and back. This was the Pen Cefn farmhouse during the 1800’s. It has oak beams throughout and an inglenook fire place in the loungeThe cottage enjoys views of the Berwyn mountains from the windows to the front and Foel Goch to the rear. The property has been sensitively restored keeping as many of the original features as possible, without sacrificing our guests comfort and warmth! Hence, we have installed double glazing, central heating and a continuous supply of hot water. This cottage is a true all-year-round holiday accommodation.
Ty Hen is a restored single storey semi detached traditional Welsh cottage with views over the delightful Cwm Main valley & believed to be the original Pen Cefn dwelling dating back to the 1600’s. Its lounge has a vaulted ceiling & timbered walls. The lounge and dining room both have timbered walls with the cosy living room having huge beams in the vaulted ceiling. There is a beautifully classic stained glas
Y Llaethdy is a restored, single storey, semi-detached, traditional Welsh cottage with views over the gardens and Foel Pen Cefn. This was the dairy when Pen Cefn was a working farm, now tastefully decorated in country colours.Llaethdy is a snug little cottage and is big on charm. The main living area consists of an open plan dining, lounge and galley kitchen area with pretty furnishings in country colours. It has a real country feel and a socialable atmosphere where our guests can spend quality time together.