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Cwmcrwth Farm Holiday Cottages

Cwmcrwth Farm Holiday Cottages
Cwmcrwth Farm, Broadoak,
SA32 8QP

Tel: 01558 669160
Website: www.cwmcrwthfarmcottages.co.uk
Visit Wales Graded 4 Star Self Catering
The stone barns of this traditional Welsh smallholding have been sympathetically converted into a picturesque courtyard whilst retaining the farm's original character and tranquility.Three 4* self catering holiday cottages each have their own unique character, with exposed beams, thick stone walls and slate roofs. Renovated to a high standard all accommodation is well equipped and attractively furnished. Delightful cosy cottages with quality bed linen and fluffy white towels, a wood burning stove for winter and BBQs for summer make Cwmcrwth Farm an ideal holiday location.

In school holidays our guests are mainly families but for the rest of the year we offer a perfect tranquil chill out pad with plenty of fresh air and open spaces for short breaks and an "away from it all" atmosphere. Walkers, fishermen and cyclists are very welcome. Enjoy the unspoilt beaches & countryside.

The holiday cottages are ideally situated for visiting the beaches of West Wales and activities such as coasteering, horse riding and mountain biking. Pembrey Country Park, The Botanic Gardens, Castles galore, Dinefwr, Aberglasney and Dolaucothi Gold Mines are all within a few miles making Cwmcrwth Farm Holiday Cottages a perfect self catering holiday location.

Experience a small slice of rural life. Child sized farming for a perfect family friendly holiday. Small numbers of rare breed animals to ensure children are not overwhelmed and to give you a peek of farming without the interuptions to your holiday of a large working farm.

* Streams to paddle in
* Collect your own eggs for breakfast
* Come at Easter for shaggy sheep lambing
* Meet Bronwyn's Blotchy brood of piglets (she may even let you hold one!)
* Take the goats for a walk & stroke Toffee the pony
* Help feed the animals
* Feed the ducks on the pond
* Gaze at the grazing Highland cattle