Pantgwyn is a working smallholding 1100 ft up on the edge of the Cambrian mountains between Aberystwyth and Tregaron. Stunning views are to be had across to the Pumlumon range and down into the Ystwyth valley.
Pantgwyn lies in beautiful walking and cycling country, amidst the forests, mountains and valleys of undiscovered Ceredigion.Red kites and buzzards, are a common site above Pantgwyn. The Elan valley is close at hand and offers wonderful walking. We keep ordnance survey maps for the footpaths in the surrounding area, many of which can be started from our front door.
Pantgwyn offers one double bedroom with an adjacent private bathroom on the ground floor. Guests are welcome to come and go as they please through double doors opening from the bedroom onto a courtyard garden. Wifi internet access is provided at no extra charge.
We aim to make your stay at Pantgwyn comfortable and welcoming, and feel that the beautiful county of Ceredigion will do the rest..
Regrettably, we cannot accept pets due to our livestock.
Secure cycle storage and drying facilities for walking boots and clothing are available.
Devils bridge with its famous waterfalls are a short drive away, as is the beautiful Hafod Estate (for less strenuous walking), and the small town of Tregaron. Here you will find Cors Caron, the oldest raised peat bog in the UK with an abundance of birdlife, and Teifi Pools nearby. For steam enthusiasts the Rheidol railway runs regularly between Aberystwyth and Devils Bridge. The Cardigan coast is nearby for beautiful clifftop walks. Aberystwyth possesses a fine promenade, marina and beaches. Further north is Ynyslas nature reserve, whilst to the south you will find New Quay with its resident school of dolphins.
Our free-ranging oxford sandy and black pigs and hens provide the basis of our guests breakfasts. Fruit grown on our holding is used to make breakfast preserves served with local yoghurts and breads. Tea and home made cakes are available and evening meals are available in the neighbouring village of LLanfihangel-y-Creuddyn and the small town of Tregaron. Furthermore, a diverse range of restaurants can be found in Aberystwyth 9 miles away.