Bryncyn | Contemporary meets tradition
A traditional Welsh Cottage with a Modernist Interior, featured in The Times 'Top 10 places in Britain to escape the crowds.' A luxurious cottage with a minimalist interior where tradition meets glass & concrete. No wonder that it's been profiled in both Cereal and World of Interiors magazines.
Bryncyn is a small white cottage standing at the end of a track on the edge of the tiny Welsh village of Tanglwst overlooking the Preseli Mountains, and sleeps up to 8 people.
Bryn Eglur | Rustic cottage with clear skies
A traditional Welsh Cottage, as featured in Channel 4's, ‘The Perfect Home’ and described by Alain de Botton as ‘a meticulous recreation of an ancient farmhouse cottage, and ideal for anyone who wants to return to a vision of rural simplicity and rustic charm.’
Bryn Eglur is an authentic traditional Welsh Cottage set in a remote, rural location with one of the best preserved Welsh Cottage interiors (built 1755) and furnished with Welsh Country antiques. As seen in World of Interiors and named by Sally Shalam as one of the ‘Top 10 stays of the decade’.
Ty Unnos | One night wonder
This thatched cottage looks for all the world like it's fallen out of a fairy tale. Picture windows offer inspiring views of the peaceful Welsh landscape. Inside lime-washed walls and Welsh antique furnishings lend it the air of a retreat, with a refreshing lack of 21st century gadgetry.
An authentic reconstruction of the legendary house built between sunset and sunrise: the Ty Unnos (One Night House). In Welsh we have a word 'hiraeth', it describes a feeling of belonging to a place, to a person. It's where you are from, it's what you're about. This cottage re-captures childhood memories of a simpler way of life.