There are five cottages at Fron Fawr each sleeping between 4-8 people. The cottages are traditional Welsh slate and stone barns which have been converted into bright and modern cottages with a contemporary design, equipped with everything you’ll need for a home-from-home feel.
The accommodation is designed with families and pets in mind. All the cottages have their own private and enclosed garden and patio with outdoor furniture, making them perfectly safe for young children and dogs. The cottages are surrounded by 48 acres of fields and woodlands with beautiful views.
The two bedroom cottage, Aneirin, has a spacious downstairs communal area and is in fact bigger than the three bedroom cottages, though they obviously sleep more people and also come with cosy log burners for winter breaks. The largest accommodation can be found in 4-bedroom Glyndrwr or Ty Hen, both of which would be ideal for two families to share. Glyndrwr benefits from a huge garden leading straight to the fields and woodland behind, while Ty Hen is the former farmhouse and now offers spacious and luxury accommodation.
For a family of four the two bedroom cottage costs from £1600/week in the summer peak, while the smaller three bedroom cottage costs around £1200. These prices drop to £500 and £450 respectively for a week out of season.