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Eco Holidays

Yurts and Holiday Cottage

For availability and booking call Carmen Friedman
T 01239 698258

Yurt Interior
Yurt Wheel overhead
Yurt Interior
‘In welsh mythology, Annwn was the underworld or Otherworld, a world of delights and eternal youth where disease is absent and food is ever abundant. There are supposedly several ‘doorways’ to these realms, and the Cych valley is rumoured to be one such place.’
For a unique sustainable, ‘back to nature’ holiday experience, why not come and stay in one of our comfortable, luxuriously furnished yurts, nestled in the beautiful wooded Cych valley, West Wales, or stay in our cosy holiday cottage.

Annwn Valley April 2007

Yurts originate from Mongolia and are traditionally lived in by nomadic tribes. They are strong, aesthetically beautiful constructions that feel both spacious and harmonious to be in.

The structure of a Yurt consists of a hand-crafted oak frame which is steam bent to create the curved form of the roof, and shaped into a trellis for the walls. The frame is covered with a strong canvas and there is a clear circular portal in the middle of the roof, two windows, a wooden floor and door.

Yurt situated in a wooded valley

Our Yurt site is situated in a wooded valley which hosts an abundance of birds and wildlife. A small river runs through the land, part of an EU designated “Special Areas of Conservation”.

There are many local activities and attractions in the West Wales area including a Chocolate Factory, Butterfly Farm, Wildlife Centre, Oakwood Theme Park, Quad bikes, Paint Balling, Hiking, Cycling, Costal Walks, Canoeing and Horse Riding. A 10 mile drive takes you to the coast famous for its Blue flag beaches and regular dolphin and porpoise sightings. The attractive market town of Newcastle Emlyn is just 4 miles away.

Also available: a cosy 2 bedroom holiday cottage set in the beautiful Cych Valley on the Carmarthenshire / Pembrokeshire border. Sleeps 4 - 5 + cot. Sensitively converted this self-catering cottage retains much of its original character.

Well behaved family pets are welcome with prior agreement.

 

 
 
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