Come and find your place!
No-one can visit Ffald y Brenin without being instantly impacted by its beauty and setting. The buildings are stone-built and blend in perfectly with the hillside, providing a variety of simple yet comfortable accommodation for groups, families and individuals.
Please Note: Pets are not allowed. Smoking is not permitted in the buildings.
All bedrooms have comfortable beds and window seats with a view. We have 34 beds plus mattresses and some camping space; local B&B’s can help accommodate larger groups.
- Kitchens are well equipped
- Bedding and linen is provided, please bring your own towels
- Radiators and/or log fires heat the buildings
- There is a payphone for visitors' use
- Please note that unless food has been arranged via a group booking, there are no provisions on site
The Common Room has an open fireplace and well equipped kitchen and serves as a sitting room, dining room and as a meeting place. Deep window seats on both sides of the room afford wide views down the Gwaun valley and across to the Preseli hills. There is a library containing books and cassettes.
The small Beehive chapel seating up to 20 people provides a place for group worship or private prayer. A rock formation rising out of the stone floor is true bedrock, part of the mountain itself.
The Entrance Porch houses maps and guides to the area. Boots and outdoor clothing may be left here.
Separated from the main building by an attractive courtyard can be found the Prayer Room/main Meeting Room (seating up to 45), enjoying dramatic views of the Preseli hills. It is equipped with a keyboard, CD player, whiteboard, OHP and drinks facilities.
The smaller Meeting Room/Craft Room (seating up to 25) is part of the same complex and offers uninterrupted views across the valley through the spectacular picture windows. Drink-making facilities are provided. A variety of creative activities are provided, from art to pyrography, crafts to jigsaw puzzles.
The Vestry is only 5 minutes drive away and seats up to 120.
Gardens and Grounds
Our guests appreciate the gardens and grounds which include two ponds, a waterfall, several lawns, footpaths, flowers and shrubs and an emerging Prayer garden.
The High Cross is a special place, sited at the top of the promontory.