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The Lowdown

The Lowdown

Bwthyn Brymeredith is a delightful cottage with panoramic mountain of the Preselis. It is a traditional Welsh 'long house' which over the years has been a farm house, a tavern with it's very own tiny stone brew house, and a village shop.

Live the dream in this blissful bolthole. Bwthyn Brymeredith is an enchanting, restful place to while away the hours.  There are five acres of beautiful pasture for you to enjoy  - Children, dogs, and grown-ups can all delight in the organic open spaces, games and croquet on the large lawn are a must! Run wild though the meadows and picnic in the orchard by the firepit. Bliss!

Bwthyn Brymeredith sits on a quiet country lane in a small hamlet just a five minute drive from Crymych village (with three grocery shops, including wholefoods store, an independent butcher, pub, gift shops. There's even a leisure centre with a swimming pool!) - The cottage is on the border of the Pembrokeshire National Park, so country walks start at the front door and you are only 10 minutes drive from the pretty coastal village of Newport with stunning estuary walks, and two sandy dog friendly beaches, not forgetting numerous pubs, restaurant's, cafe's, independent shops and gallery's 

Out and about, there’s the Pembrokeshire Coast & Mountains National Park, directly from the front door and boasts 186 miles of Coastal Path with over 50 beaches, coves & caves to explore

There are so many amazing places to explore from this gorgeous little cottage….the list is endless.

The Nitty gritty: 

Bwthyn Brymeredith, sleeps 4 plus up to 2 babies in 2 upstairs bedrooms:  Fully centrally heated & Wi-fi throughout - Dog friendly (max 3 small dogs or 2 medium dogs)


SITTING ROOM: Comforatable three seater sofa, two arm chairs,  logburner, TV, DVD/Blueray player with HDMI & DAB Bluetooth radio.

DINING ROOM: Extending table to seat up to 6 people, two armchairs providing a second quiet sitting space or children’s playroom. There’s also a selection of CDs, DVDs, games and books for the use of our guests, and outdoor games too.

KITCHEN: bespoke kitchen, country cream wooden cabinets complement solid granite tops and granite sink. 

Fan oven with grill, ceramic hob, undercounter fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, toaster, kettle, and washing machine. Tea, coffee and basic condiments provided.

The kitchen window overlooks the old stone Brew house, once an essential element for this old country tavern.


MASTER BEDROOM: super king or twin beds. Both bedrooms have white linen and feather bedding (microfibre available for those with allergies) deep comfy window seats for taking in the panoramic views, TV, DAB radio and hairdryer.

KING BEDROOM: king bedroom with window seat and meadow and mountain views. TV, DAB radio & hairdryer.

BATHROOM: large luxurious bathroom with rolltop bath and thermostatic rainhead shower over.


There's 5 acres of wild organic grounds with stunning views of the beautiful Preseli Mountains. There is a large enclosed lawn with table, chairs and steamer loungers with cushions. Beyond this is a young orchard with firepit. There is a further small meadow with meandering paths cut through the tall summer grasses, and a 4 acre meadow for you to wander.  Each meadow has a bench to soak up the views, and there's also a small front garden with white picket fencing.  There's a BBQ for al fresco dining, an open fronted outbuilding to store boots, wellies, beach stuff etc.

The kitchen stable door leads out to the path to the five acres of grounds. One acre of which is enclosed for your little ones and doggy's.

The cottage is semi-detached to the owners’ home.  Richard & Saran are there if you need them for hints and tips on the best places to visit or eat, but they respect your privacy and keep a low profile most of the time.

Parking is on a gravel drive behind the cottage (Parking for up to 3 cars)


Cardigan -10 minutes drive away is the ancient market town of Cardigan lies on the beautiful River Teifi, with supermarkets and lots of lovely independent shops and cafes.

Pizza tipi  - An amazing outdoor Tipi (with fire pit to keep toasty) on the banks of the River Teifi Cardigan, serving the 'best home made pizzas in Wales'! (check opening times on website in Winter months) Cardigan about 10 miles away.

El Salsa - Bringing Award winning Mexican street food to Wales! (check opening times on website in Winter months) - Cardigan about 10 miles away.

Welsh Wildlife Centre - Otters, bird life and The Glasshouse.

Theatre Mwldan - Theatre and Cinema - Live performances etc.

Cardigan Castle - Castle grounds and café

Crwst Cymru - Coffee, lunches and cakes - Cardigan

Newport - and Newport Sands beach - Ancient bustling streets (with antique shops, cafes) and pathways lead directly to the river Nevern (Nyfer) Estuary teeming with wildlife and great 1 mile long flat beach. 10 minutes drive

Carningli Mountains - Site of ancient forts and spectacular mountain views - can be seen from Little Barn.

Narberth - one of most charming towns in Wales.

Bara Menyn - Cardigan: Bake House & Cafe wholesome lunches.

Tenby - beaches, art, boat trips to Caldey island.

Coastal path - is amazing.

Pembrokeshire - county guide - there are 51 forts and Castles to see in county!

You are on the doorstep Preseli Mountains

Day trips to Ireland from Fishguard.

Fishguard - with pretty harbour in the Lower town, cafes, shops & art galleries

The cottage sit on the border of on the Pembrokeshire Coast Nation Park and overlooks the Preseli Mountains range. This is the only Coastal National Park in the UK.

Choice Blue flag beaches- about 10 mins away.


1 Bathroom, 2 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room, 1 Toilet

  • Sleeping
    1 King bed, 1 Queen bed
  • Outside
    Private Terrace (1)
Check in:
3:00 PM
Check out:
10:00 AM

Brynmeredith,  Swan,



SA41 3RY

Were the cottage is: 

Bwthyn Brynmeredith is based in North Pembrokeshire just 10 minutes south of Cardigan. From the South: Take the M4west, follow the A48to Carmarthen and the A40 to St Clears. Keep on the A40, signposted Fishguard. At the Narberth('Penblewin') roundabout, turn right onto the A478for Cardigan. Head north until you reach Crymych. Turn left at the Crymych Arms Pub, then follow the winding road for a mile then turn left at the cream house with a signpost for Crosswell. Keep on this road for a mile until you come to two houses on the left before a sharp left hand bend. Take this left bend and after 3/4 of a mile you will find Bwthyn Brynmeredith ('The Old Swan Inn)  hidden by the trees on the right. Many SATNAVs will take you off into the countryside after Carmarthen. 

This scenic route can take 45 minutes longer. The directions above are the fastest route. The cottage is 1/2 mile beforethe postcode destination.From the NorthTravelling south from Cardigan, take the A487Fishguard road. In Eglwyswrwtake the first left by the church, then just out of the village take the first right (marked 'not suitable for long vehicles'). After 1 mile you pass over a narrow bridge and will then shortly come to a T-junction. Turn left and you have reached  Bwthyn Brynmeredith ('The Old Swan Inn). Drive through the gate, next to the garage, & park in the drive. The SATNAV will bring you to our neighbours house track. Please ignore this and carry on the tarmac road for another 1/2 mile onto the T-junction.

Please phone or text us 30minutes before you arrive and we'll be here at the cottage to welcome you and give you the keys.

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