We’ve moved the stairs around, which will be a relief to our taller guests who kept banging their heads on a low beam half way up. We’ve also fitted a new kitchen complete with combination oven and dishwasher. But don’t worry the view is still fantastic.
Byrdir is set at the foot of Moelfre and the Rhinog mountains in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The 17th century stone farmhouse overlooks the beautiful cardigan bay coastline and out towards the Llyn peninsula. Byrdir is a typical working Welsh hill farm of approximately 200 acres. The rural and varied landscape is home to many wild animals including wild mountain goats, badgers and birds of prey.
We have endeavoured to retain the character of the house and combine its original features with modern amenities. The impressive stone walls and inglenook fireplace together with the original wooden beams and antique doors provide a real homely feel. All main bedrooms in the farm house are en-suite, have tea and coffee making facilities and colour TV. There is a cosy sitting room as well as the main lounge for the use of the house guests.
â€˜Lloft Chimnaâ€™ or chimney bedroom is a spacious room in the original part of our 17th century farmhouse, so called as the chimney breast from the inglenook fireplace below runs up one wall. The bedroom has a wonderful view over the fields and out towards the Cambrian coastline and the Llyn Peninsula beyond. The room is fully en-suite and has the usual tea and coffee making facilities as well as… [Read more about this accommodation…]
â€˜Gegin Fochâ€™ is our annex to the main farmhouse. Itâ€™s a bright room with wonderful views over the fields and out towards the Cambrian coastline and the Llyn Peninsula beyond. This room is accessed via an external stone staircase which means you have your own front door in a way. This makes the room a popular choice with our regular guests. [Read more about this accommodation…]