We offer visitors the opportunity to come and experience a taste of our good life here at Rhydgaled by welcoming guests to our Farmstay Bed & Breakfast in glorious West Wales.
Situated in a self-contained wing of the farmhouse, there is a large bedroom, private bathroom and lounge/breakfast room. With a king size bed and single bed, the guest suite is ideal for couples or a family with young children. A sofa-bed style futon or travel cot can be added for an extra child to stay.
A wood burning stove provides a warm welcome and there is a kettle, fridge, toaster and microwave, as well as crockery, cutlery and glasses.
A continental style breakfast is provided including a selection of cereals, bread, butter, homemade jam and marmalade, milk, orange juice and a variety of teas and coffees.
If you fancy a farmhouse breakfast, we have several options are available incorporating our home-produced, free range and outdoor reared British Saddleback bacon and sausages and free-range eggs. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten/dairy free diets can all be catered for upon request.
For younger guests, we provide a travel cot and high chair.
There is also a flat-screen TV, WiFi, books, games and puzzles to borrow and you’re welcome to relax in the gardens/grounds.
We’re dog-friendly too and can provide a high chair and travel cot for younger guests.
There is plenty to explore in this beautiful area of West Wales. Stunning beaches with plenty of marine wildlife, the Wales Coastal Path, woodland and hillside walks and of course, the Red Kites.
Steam railways, marine wildlife boat trips, mountain biking can also be found on our doorstep.
There are some lovely local towns and villages to visit – Aberaeron and New Quay in particular are very pretty coastal towns to explore. And there are some great places to eat locally as well. Ask us for recommendations. We’re also conveniently located for visitors to Aberystwyth University.
Or if you prefer, just stay put, enjoy the peace and quiet – and if you’re really keen, you’re welcome to help feed the animals and get involved in any other farm activities that happen to be going on during your visit. We do recommend you bring sensible, waterproof footwear if you wish to explore the farm and adjoining footpaths/bridleways – even on sunny days the morning dew can leave the grass wet.
We work hard to keep our guests safe and full details of the plans we have put in place can be found in our COVID-19 Guest Guide.