We stayed for a weekend in March. We had a great warm welcome from Claire and Neal. The location is amazing and the view is fantastic I would definitely suggest that you have a go in the spa. Watching the sun go down over the valleys was fantastic especially with the bubbles off just listening to the sheep and new born lambs.
The suite is a good size and having a kitchenette was great. Also the wood fire was fantastic in the evening. I especially loved the bathroom which was huge and beautifully decorated. Overall for my taste, although the rooms as done to a very high standard, they are a bit old fashioned and a bit cluttered but as i said this is just my personnel taste.
Having a separate entrance was great as you didn’t feel you were intruding or having to walk through anywhere really wet and muddy.
If you are not eating there then you will need to drive a reasonable distance to fine food but we had great food at a restaurant suggested by Neil and Clare called Seeds one night and then made our own food another having had a late huge lunch so this was not a problem.
Breakfast was fantastic and large portions and good quality products. The fresh rolls are lovely. You eat at one large table with other guests so was a good chance to meet others. It was also a good opportunity to get Neil and Clare to share some of their great ideas for walks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideal for short breaks, a week away or two weeks of total escapism, Cyfie Farm is a short drive and a million miles from the M54 (one of our links to the hustle and bustle of everyday life).Forget your preconceptions about “bed and breakfast” or “self catering” - at Cyfie Farm we believe that we have redefined the terminology and set new standards. Bed and Breakfast means you have your own suite of rooms with bedroom, bathroom, private lounge and kitchenette, while our cottages are spacious, stylish and offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside. ... more less