The Bee room. The bed has been especially hand painted by my very talented friend Sally. The room has superb views down the Cothi valley over the parkland where I usually keep my mares with foals at foot.
The Flower room. The lovely old Victorian bed is the one that collapsed, but you may be glad to hear that this little teething problem has been sorted out with help from our top notch carpenter neighbour Dai!
The Garden Room. The bedspread is an antique Welsh quilt from Jen Jones, http://www.jen-jones.com/ who restores and sells Welsh quilts and lives locally.
We are on our own spring water supply, so although the plumbing can be a little quirky, you will be showering in pure spring water and could drink the from the cistern if you really felt so inclined!
For more details and photos, and bookings if you fancy a stay in the heart of Wild Wales, see our website http://www.ffrwdfal.co.uk/ And here are the very cheerful looking proprietors. Rather strangely, whoever sorted out the 'About Us' page on our website omitted to include a photo of 'Us' but instead featured a large photo of our dog! So today I press-ganged Dai's wife, the marvellous Marina who is also our head housekeeper extraordinaire, to take this photo of myself and Iestyn, the latter resplendent in his pink sorry cerise shirt.