Collette lives in the farmhouse with her 2 children and dogs. 'Coed Y Gaer Fawr' which translates to 'the tree's of the great fort' has lots of country charm with it's mature gardens and old stone buildings dating back to the 1700's. Hills and mountains surround the farm making it an idyllic rural retreat and a haven for wildlife too. 

The cottage 'Y Beudy' and 'Penrhyllan' were converted from outbuildings attached to the farmhouse and originally used as extra accommodation for family but since has been converted into self contained cottages with its own access, parking and gardens. 


The gardens and views are very special and the numerous spots all around the ground has seating to take it all in. The ground consists of 15 acres of fields, a wildlife pond that is abundant with frogs and toads in the spring, and two woods.  One wood is a lovely open bluebell wood with mature oak and beech trees. The other wood is more dense and therefore a perfect home for a variety of different wildlife. The scenery is beautiful whether you visit in the summer with the gardens in full bloom, the autumn with the stunning array of colours or the snow capped mountains in the winter.

Overall the place leaves you feeling very relaxed, calm and restored. Getting back in touch with nature is very good for the soul.