Tŷ manorafon is a perfect holiday base for a large family group or for two or more couples or families wanting to holiday together.
Ty Manorafon is located at;
Downstairs there is a large farmhouse kitchen/dining room with Rayburn stove and table seating up to 12. The fully equipped kitchen adjacent easily allows larger groups to cook socially. The kitchen has an oven and hob as well as the Rayburn, a large fridge freezer and oodles of storage and preparation space.
There is a cosy and spacious lounge, complete with wood burning stove, which leads to a
separate large sun room, ideal as a play room for the kids.
Also downstairs is a level access bedroom with a set of single bunk beds, looking out to the private gardens, shaded by large beech trees. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms (1 is En-suite) and a shared shower room. Outside in the private garden there is a bbq area & seating where you can relax listening to the babbling brook after a busy day down Penbryn beach (15 minutes walk away).
Bedding is provided. You will need to bring along your own towels.
Sleeps up to eight• Flowers on arrival • LED lighting • Big Table seating • 3 x Double and 1 x Set of bunks • Mains power • Kettle and full kitchen • Mains water •En-Suite shower room & shared shower room • Wood burning stove •Dogs welcome
"Peaceful restful place. Love the wildlife and sounds of the sea. Fabulous stay made very welcome. Hope to be back..Thank you"
"Had an absolutely wonderful time this weekend. Dolphins visible from the beach (and from our dinghy) on both days, glorious sunshine, the waterfall at Tresaith. Will definitely be back. P.S. Lovely to have no mobile reception. Never let them put a mast up!"
"We’ve had an amazing time here at Manorafon. The beach is great and I never thought we’d be able to swim in the sea, but the weather has been kind too. Enjoyed the walk on the cliffs to Tresaith and back along the beach, looking for crabs along the way. We finished off with an incredible sunset and a spooky walk back through the fforest. We’ve seen dolphins and grey seals in the bay."