Croeso cynnes i’n cartref, a warm welcome to our Welsh speaking home, an ex-council house in Llanfrothen. Not faraway I have 60 acres with a flock of sheep. There's a pub, two cafes and village shop, all within walking distance.
Climb the tower in the fields behind the house to see Yr Wyddfa and the sea. I can offer you an introduction to the Welsh language and some of its traditions, suggest places of historical and community interest or ensure you have time alone to read a book by the fire.
We have a bedroom with a double bed upstairs next to the bathroom and toilet. Downstairs in the living room we have a sofa bed that can be used for a second or third person. And at a squeeze a fourth person but you must contact us on this score so you know what to expect!
Interaktion mit Gästen
I'm looking forward to share with guests an insight into local life.
- We have 3 parking spaces which we can show you after you arrive.
- Please contact us to agree arrival and departure times
I'm a people person! And I'm very proud of my community and country. Over the years I've done my fair bit of travelling and have always enjoyed getting to know other people within their communities. For over 3 years I lived in Dominica in the Eastern Caribbean (back in my 20s!). I've visited the Saharawi refugee camps in South Algeria and welcomed Saharawi young people to our home. I helped organise the first exchange between young people from Libya and Wales back in 2005. I've been to Palestine, Israel, Cuba, Canada, America and several European countries...Hungary was our last trip. The best times have been staying in people's homes to begin to understand how different communities work. I like to think this helps to create a more peaceful world when, with some understanding, you get more engaged in global and community issues.