Welcome to the Cennen Cottages website
Cennen Cottages are situated in Carmarthenshire, at the south west corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The 7 luxurious cottages are set within 10 miles of each other and have been carefully selected and planned to maximise the spectacular views towards the surrounding mountains and valleys. All of the cottages are 19th century barn conversions that have been expertly designed, to the highest standards, by local architect and artist Donald Jones. They each enjoy a secluded location, have immediate access to good walking and are fortunate to have red kites and buzzards flying overhead.
Each cottage can be booked individually but they have been utilised to host large groups (up to a maximum of 41) due to their close proximity and the large communal areas available in Ysgubor Fawr and Y Stabl.
Cennen Cottages at Blaenllynant is made up of Ysgubor Fawr (sleeps 8), Ty Nant (sleeps 4) and Y Bwthyn (sleeps 2). The three cottages can be hired individually or as a group, making them ideal for holding family or other reunion gatherings or parties. Each property is well separated from the others and has its own terrace and lawned grounds with outstanding views of the Black Mountain.
The cottages at Blaenllynnant were featured on the TV programme 'Y Ty Cymreig' a Welsh version of 'Grand Designs' on Channel 4 Wales (S4C).
Y Stabl at Bethlehem (sleeps 10) is 4 miles from Blaenllynnant. This conversion certainly has the “WOW” factor and has been designed specifically to provide luxurious accommodation for large families or groups of friends. Y Stabl offers huge potential as a party venue and we are open to all enquiries.
Rhandir Longhouse (sleeps 6) and Rhandir Barn (sleeps 5) are based at Rhandir Farm (a working sheep farm) which is 2 miles from Blaenllynant. The cottages are adjacent to one another but each benefit from private lawns and terraces. They occupy a dramatic position overlooking two valleys in one of the most secluded and beautiful areas in the Brecon Beacons National Park. There are outstanding views of the Black Mountain and Carreg Cennen Castle.
Rhyblid Fach (sleeps 6) is based 10 miles from Blaenllynnant in Myddfai. The cottage is set on a peaceful lane at the edge of the mountain and has spectacular views of the valley below. Myddfai is the centre of the legend of Maddygon Myddfai or the physicians of Myddfai. They can be traced back to the 13th century and their line continued in the village for over 500 years until the last of them, John Jones, was buried there in 1739.