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Welcome to Ty'r Cwm Farm
Welcome to Ty'r Cwm Farm

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The Hairy Bikers Go Local
The Hairy Bikers Go Local

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Delicious Snacking Salami
Delicious Snacking Salami

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Welcome to Ty'r Cwm Farm
Welcome to Ty'r Cwm Farm

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Escape @ Tŷ'r Cwm Farm

Experience the delights of a relaxing break on a family-run hill farm that boasts fresh air, pure mountain streams, woodland pigs and free-roaming peacocks.
Perfectly located for exploring the Brecon Beacons National park on foot or bike.
Enjoy the farm-to-fork experience by treating yourselves to The Baker's Pig - Welsh Charcuterie Breakfast & Brunch box or Charcuterie Sharing Board, direct from the farm**.
Snuggly-warm winter breaks with underfloor heating throughout ensures guests can enjoy a relaxing break at any time of the year.
** Pre-order necessary

Holiday Let
Holiday Let

Hard to believe the cottage was once the old cow shed.

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Ty-Bach
Ty-Bach

Ty-Bach is a phrase used to describe a little house - or outside toilet. Although ours still has the original toilet installed, we use our Ty-Bach as a potting shed

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Magnolia Garden
Magnolia Garden

There is a beautiful magnolia garden to the front of the property that can be enjoyed by guests. Perfect place to relax in at the end of a busy day trekking across the Brecon Beacons!

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Peahens
Peahens

Here's a couple of our resident peafowl soaking up the sun. They are completely free roaming and live in the surrounding woodlands. If you're up early in the morning you'll see them fly out of the trees and across the farm - quite impressive

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Snuggly warm in winter
Snuggly warm in winter

The holiday let has underfloor heating throughout the ground floor. This is powered by an external wood burning biomass boiler. The surrounding woodlands are coppiced and used to power the boiler.

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Free-range rare breed pigs
Free-range rare breed pigs

As part of our woodland management, we use our free-range rare breed pigs to clear out the woodland floor each year. This helps in the regeneration of the woodland flora

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