Welcome to Cyfie Farm
Near to fairytale Lake Vyrnwy and well situated for all attractions within Mid and North Wales, Snowdonia and the borders, five star Cyfie Farm offers:
- Five star luxury bed and breakfast boutique suites - one twin, one super-king double and one double plus single family suite
- Luxury self-catering cottages available all year - each sleeps 4 people.
- Stunning views across the width of Wales
- Cordon Bleu Cuisine
- Hot Tub and Sauna Spa
- Peace and quiet for your well-being
- Wildlife, bird life, walking and outdoor activities both at the farm and Lake Vyrnwy
- Open fires in some suites and cottages
- Children over the age of 8 years welcome
BBC Springwatch have been featuring Lake Vyrnwy this week.
Wifi available here.
Exceptionally spacious and private luxury farm bed and breakfast suites and self catering accommodation with Spa nestling into and sheltering high among rolling hills, on the fringes of one of Britain's last great wildernesses near to Lake Vyrnwy and on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Cyfie Farm, a Wales Tourism Gold Award winner offers excellent five star rated B&B and self-catering accommodation with a Hot Tub and Sauna Spa and offers the perfect stylish retreat. It is one of the few remaining places in the UK where complete silence can still be experienced, with no background traffic noise or light pollution and is ideal for viewing clear starry skies. A rural idyll steeped in Welsh history.
Cyfie Farm is a traditionally-built 17th century Welsh long house and barns. Carefully restored to retain many original features, with oak beams and log fires, Cyfie Farm's fusion of modern comfort with a warm farmhouse atmosphere has earned us a coveted 5-star grading and one of the first Gold Awards from Visit Wales, (which means we are in the top 2% of accommodation nationally). We are also Green Dragon Award holders, reflecting our sustainable environmental ethos.
Near to the spectacular waterfalls at the end of Lake Vyrnwy and Pistyll Rhaeadr, the stunning lake at Bala and the splendour of Powis Castle, Chirk Castle, Erddig and near to the Snowdonia National Park and Berwyn Mountains in North Wales, Cyfie Farm offers the ultimate in luxurious privacy and comfort, with fantastic views across the width of Wales including the Long Mynd, Stiperstones and Cader Idris, best enjoyed from our hot tub and sauna spa and our beautiful gardens, which are part of the National Garden Scheme.
Both Claire and Neil are Cordon Bleu trained and offer fresh seasonal organic local produce for breakfast and evening meals by arrangement.
The farm is within easy reach of three peaceful and secluded villages, while accessible to some of the best coastlines, fishing, walking, mountains, activities and castles in Wales. It is an hours drive to the spectacular North Wales coast and is an ideal location to explore North and Mid Wales and the Shropshire hills.
Luxury Holiday Accommodation
Luxury 5 star farmhouse bed and breakfast and self catering cottages with spa in beautiful mid-Wales - Cyfie Farm, near Lake Vyrnwy and Lake Bala, offers five star farm guesthouse, or cottage accommodation, with cordon bleu cooking. A perfect place to explore the beautiful remote hills and wildlife of mid-Wales in luxurious peace and tranquility.
Our 3 stylish, exclusive and very spacious, suites (each with its own bedroom, bath or shower room, private sitting room and 2 with kitchenettes) and 2 beautiful cottages enable guest to be private and relax all day.
Julia Bradbury's only recommended 'place to stay' during a 'Great Day Out' at Lake Vyrnwy.
BBC Countryfile Magazine - May 2011
"For a holiday rich with home-grown produce in an idyllic location"
Food and Travel Magazine - September 2010
One of the top 10 UK recommended places to stay.
The Times and The Sun 2009/10
The half-term holidays are the perfect chance to grab some autumn warmth with your family... If you'd rather not stray too far, younger children will love a stay on a farm - Cyfie Farm Luxury Cottages in Powys has a cottage that sleeps four.
The Independent - 10 October 2012 The TIMES - 26 October 2013 - One of the top 50 winter breaks in the UK