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Cwrt y Cylchau in Ceredigion

Cwrt y Cylchau is a five acre small holding of deep peace and beauty situated in the hills at the foot of the Cambrian mountains, six miles up the Teifi valley from the Welsh market town of Lampeter. Surrounded by mature trees, there is a large lawned garden with vegetable and fruit gardens. The small lake hosts abundant frogs and newts and the meadow has an ever increasing variety of wildflowers. There are many nesting birds and a deafening dawn chorus in the spring. Owls and bats are the night entertainment. Bordered by a mountain stream and deserted lanes, there are many secluded places to just be with nature.

Cwrt y Cylchau provides a retreat and peaceful place-to-be for people who love being in nature.

Major influences on life at Cwrt y Cylchau are wildlife conservation, vegetable and fruit growing, retreat, meditation, biodiversity and Permaculture principles and ethics. People with an interest in Permaculture and ‘Transition Town’ greening initiatives are particularly welcome. Come and share ways in which we can live more happily and more sustainably. For those who like to work the soil, help in the growing areas is always appreciated. You are equally welcome to just relax and enjoy the birdsong.

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Our stay at Cwrt y Cylchau was perfectly relaxing. This secluded, hidden away small holding in the Welsh hills of Ceredigion is as idllic and is it remote. A little tricky to find at first, make sure you get good directions, once found you will be disturbed by little, other than the abundant wildlife that inhabits the grounds. The premisses has been managed in such as way as to maximise habitats for local flora and fauna. We where there in spring when the grounds a full of local wild flowers and butterflies. There is even a small river running along the boundary of the grounds and a good sized pond, although the latter is fairly over grown and not suitable for swimming.

Free internet is available close to the main house and there is a barn that has simple cooking facilities.
Dominic (22nd Aug 2016)