"THE HIDEAWAY"- holiday accommodation in South West Wales

THE "HIDEAWAY" - Holiday


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Self-catering accommodation in Wales is now once again closed, at least until next review date in January 2021.





At Glynelwyn, Blaenwaun, nr. St. Clears


Attached to the Glynelwyn smallholding on the beautiful Carmarthenshire/Pembrokeshire border with views of the Preseli Hills, this cosy, compact holiday accommodation is situated in a rural location on a quiet country lane.  


Sitting midway between Carmarthen and Cardigan, it is an ideal base for exploring both the South and West coastlines from Tenby to Cardigan, as well as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Preseli Hills, and the Wales Coast Path.


The accommodation is on a working smallholding, with our pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and horses, as well as Pip and Tig, our dogs.


Check out the photos on the Gallery page

 Solva Walk       Skomer PuffinsPentre Ifan       Preseli Walks

for photos of all that is available within easy reach of 'The Hideaway' including Walks, visits to Gardens, Castles, Sea trips and more


You must also see the Out and About page for information and useful links to make the most of your stay


Walkers, birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts will be spoilt with the outstanding natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire coastlines, including the numerous islands to the south west, and

The Gower peninsula to the south east.


The islands of Skomer, Ramsey and Grassholm, are habitats of Puffins,

Manx Shearwaters, Razorbills, Fulmars, Kittiwakes and Guillemots, as well as Atlantic Grey Seals, Whales, Sharks, Dolphins and Porpoises in the surrounding seas. Otters can also be seen in some of the inland waterways.


South West Wales overall is an ideal location for all outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts and lovers of natural beauty. Artists love the stunning scenery and light and there are many galleries in and around the area.


Cyclists have access to the National Cycle Network via Route 47 at nearby Tegryn, both about 3.5 miles away. This route takes you across the nearby Preseli Hills on route to the coast at Fishguard. (Cycles can be locked up and left undercover in one of our sheds).


Castles and Woollen Mills are dotted all around and locally made Welsh Crafts are in abundance. By special arrangement we can also offer a ‘Learn to spin’ lesson here at Glynelwyn where you will get the chance to use a double treadle spinning wheel and learn to spin with both washed and carded ‘Tops’ or from the raw fleece ‘in the grease’.


Garden enthusiasts must visit the magnificent National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Aberglasney in the stunning Towy valley, famous for its fishing, castles and historic houses.


We are happy to take short break bookings from and to any days in the week


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