"Llaingyfre"                                     
Self Catering Holiday Accommodation
Pencader, Carmarthenshire, SA39 9DA
South West Wales
 E-mail us at llaingyfre@btinternet.com

Tel:01559 384797

Please leave a message on our
answerphone if we're not available

 




Barafundle Beach, one of
dozens  in South West Wales

 

Providing relaxing holidays  in idyllic rural surroundings in
South West Wales

Please click on links
on either side of main photo, below
to visit our other pages for further information

Ideally located to explore Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion (Cardiganshire), western Brecon Beacons
 and the Gower

LINKS
About Llaingyfre
Old Dairy Cottage
(Sleeps 5)
Red Kite Cottage
(Sleeps 2)
Caravan
(Sleeps 2)
 
Tariff   & availability

Visitors books
Old Dairy Cottage
Red Kite Cottage

 

 BBC Weather here

 


Llaingyfre farmhouse and cottages
Cottage holiday, country holiday, welsh holiday, rural holiday, mid week breaks, cheap holiday, week end breaks, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, West Wales, South Wales, South West Wales, Towy, Teifi, Castles, Historic buildings, Beaches, Pembrokeshire coast path, museums, gardens, wildlife, bird watching, nature, scenery, steam railways, outdoor activities, walking,

LINKS

Tourist attractions
to help plan your holiday,  lots of
ideas  of things to do or see here

Beaches
to both north and south of us

High or low tide?
click her to go to tide tables

Wildlife
at Llaingyfre

Videos
& Additional photos

How to find us
directions & Google map link

What's new?

 

      Old Dairy Cottage (sleeps 5)  (click on text for particulars and picture for video)                   Red Kite Cottage (Sleeps 2) (click on text for particulars and picture for video)
                                   Caravan (Sleeps 2) click on photo for details                                                                                Llaingyfre farmhouse (our own home) 

Llaingyfre
                                     View northeast from farmyard                                                                              Llaingyfre from Llanllwni Mawr (click photo for enlargement)
 

Please visit our other pages to see details of the accommodation and for further information. Having decided which property appeals to you, and checked availability on our 'Tariff' page, to make a reservation, or if you need any additional information, please e-mail, write or phone:-
Mike and Rosie Richardson, Llaingyfre, Pencader, Carmartheshire, SA39 9DA ,
Phone:01559 384797 or
 E-mail us at llaingyfre@btinternet.com
Our 'Tourist attractions' page will give you lots of ideas of things to do or see
during your stay with us
(we're adding to it all the time) 

Click choice of following for our other pages:

Homepage

Old Dairy Cottage

Red Kite Cottage

Caravan

About Llaingyfre

Tourist attractions

Tariff
& availability

How to find us

Beaches

Wildlife at Llaingyfre

Videos & Additional Photos

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Links to our videos about or by Llaingyfre  in YouTube or in Facebook  Click the links below to view each of our several videos on  YouTube  
(These are best viewed on full screen format - click on icon at bottom right hand corner of video)

 Llaingyfre Farmyard, House, Cottages and  Caravan  inside Old Dairy Cottage  inside Red Kite Cottage
 inside Static Caravan  Sparrow feeding chicks at our nestbox  Swallows at Llaingyfre, nesting
 Leafcutter bees on Snowberry bush at Llaingyfre  Redstart at nesting site at Llaingyfre  Red Kite over Llaingyfre Jan '12 & July '15
 Bats at Dusk, leaving roost at Llaingyfre Farmhouse  Slow motion of Bats entering roof space at Llaingyfre  Bats at Dawn returning to roost at Llaingyfre Farmhouse
Starlings at the head of Llaingyfre's driveway   Field mice at Llaingyfre  Lambs at Llaingyfre
Young Ponies in our fields  Bumble bees nest at Llaingyfre  River Teifi - Cenarth Falls
  Meerkats & Gibbons at Manor House Wildlife Park  a visit to Caldey Island, Nr.Tenby  Llansteffan Walk (in Autumn)
 Looking East from Stackpole Head, Pembrokeshire    The Gower - around Rhossili  Fox on Llanllwni Mawr
Heron at National  Wetland Centre Wales Llanelli Laugharne - Home of Dylan Thomas Swallows drinking from surface
of stream at Laugharne

The Teifi Valley Tourism Association (of which we are members) has produced a DVD -
"the Teifi Valley from sea to source," which can be  
viewed on line

Also, on Facebook"f" Logo, we have two video commentaries, 'Introducing Llaingyfre' and 'Further information about Llaingyfre' by
 Mike Richardson. Click the links to view.

There are some photos below,
however to see lots more (& more recent) photos of Llaingyfre & the surrounding area click here to visit our Facebook"f" Logo Photos .Please Like Button our Facebook page, while there  If you wish us to add your own photos of your holiday with us please e-mail them to us

Around Llaingyfre


                                  View north from garden                                                                             Winter Evening Sunset view over farmyard before conversion of Old Dairy Cottage

                                   View from  laingyfre's fields  A Gaylor                                                                    Sunrise from Llaingyfre's fields A Gaylor



 

                          Tits in our Garden                                       Greater Spotted Woodpecker  A Gaylor                                                         Butterflies in our  garden                                        

                                                                                                             Sparrow feeding  young                                                                                                                  Sparrow with Damselfly

                                                                                           Swallows feeding young                                                                                           Male Pheasant
   
  
                        
Sleeping Bat                                                             Bat leaving the roost under our eaves                                                       At Bosherston Lily Ponds, (see below), an Otter

--------Places to visit--------


                                              Two views  of Bosherston Lily Ponds  (NT) (45miles)(1st View A Gaylor)                                                                                Cenarth Falls (15 miles)

                                                    4 Views of Aberaeron Harbours (28 miles):1 & 2 outer harbour 3 & 4 inner harbour (2nd photo- A Gaylor)

                       Laugharne village, home of  writer/poet Dylan Thomas,                                                                              St. David's Cathederal (57 miles) A Gaylor                  
                                                 and Castle(24 miles)                                                                                            

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 comments about, or photos/videos of, your holiday at Llaingyfre.

Click choice of following for our other pages:

Homepage

Old Dairy Cottage

Red Kite Cottage

Caravan

About Llaingyfre

Tourist attractions

Tariff
& availability

How to find us

Beaches

Wildlife at Llaingyfre

Videos & Additional Photos

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for latest news and photos
from Llaingyfre

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What's new?

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A thought:   Holiday - Home or Abroad?

Do you really want to go on a foreign holiday, with deadlines to arrive at the airport, two or three hour check ins, security checks, baggage weight limits, and regulations as to what is permitted in hand luggage?
Then there is the ever present risk of flight delays or cancellations due to industrial action, fears of or actual terrorism, political unrest, bankruptcy of carrier or tourist operator, or volcanic ash clouds.
You've also had to worry about currency exchange rate fluctuations.
Even after arrival your problems are not ended, with risk of luggage lost in transit, language difficulties, failure to understand local customs, traditions and regulations, having to drive on the wrong side of the road, and fears of being ripped off due to failure to fully appreciate the currency exchange rate.
On your return you've got to pass through customs, with the risk of having to pay duty on those impulse purchases, or risk having them confiscated.


Update:
2013.Since we wrote on the left in early 2011 foreign holidays have become even more problematical, what with the financial problems of Euro members Greece, Portugal, Spain and Italy on the Mediterranean Coast; together with those hitting at least one of the major UK tour operators, and the rioting and revolutions affecting Syria, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia, to say nothing of the risk of kidnap by Somali pirates at sea or on the coast of Kenya, civilian aircraft being lost or shot down, cruise ships sinking ......the list goes on.......2016: With the depreciation of the Pound, following the Brexit vote, overseas holidays are going to be more expensive in 2017

                  Instead,                                                                                       
 why not take a relaxing holiday at home in the UK, with a leisurely drive to your holiday accommodation, with no deadlines, perhaps stopping off somewhere you've always wanted to visit on the way, taking whatever luggage you want. No language difficulties, currency problems or driving difficulties. No visas, or worries about when your passport is due
 to expire, and how long it'll take to renew it. Just relax and enjoy yourself in beautiful surroundings.

Why not try a holiday at one of Llaingyfre's cottages
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