The Piggery Llandysul, Teifi Valley

£370 - £760 per week

Why We Reccommend The Piggery

This charming rustic retreat in the beautiful Teifi Valley is within easy reach of the Teifi Valley Railway, pretty market towns and convivial country inns.


Warm and welcoming rustic retreat in the beautiful Teifi Valley
  • The Piggery stands opposite a Grade II listed farmhouse and barns on a working organic dairy farm. 
  • The charming cottage door surrounded by roses beckons you to step inside.
  • The many artisan furnishings include delightful bespoke cabin beds and broad wooden floors making this a special rustic retreat. The Piggery evokes a real sense of peaceful calm.   
  • The bespoke country kitchen offers hedgerow views and glimpses of the wild pond beyond. Pure and delicious water is on tap from the local spring (tested annually). 
  • Simply furnished bedrooms are warm and cosy with soft beds and genuine Welsh blankets.
  • The sitting-room/kitchen is convivial, warmed by the log burner on cooler nights.  The evenings can be  spent gazing at stars not screens, the blackest of night skies makes this a rare pleasure. The simple things are the best, and here there is time to savour them all. 
  • When the time comes to explore the countryside or strike out for the coast, only 1/2 hour away, your hosts are on hand to gently point the way to quiet beaches far from the masses.
  • Biking, walking and white water rafting are easily accessible from here. There is also a safe store for your bikes.
  • The Piggery has an unexpected past.  It is has been a location for many films in both the English and Welsh Language. The farm also was the location for Rhod Gilbert the comedian, for his acclaimed Work Experience programme in which he was a farmer for a day! 



Llwyndafydd Inn and Monroes, Saron 

  • This delightful pub serves family style food all day long.  The choice is yours, a full English, a light lunch or an evening meal. There is occasionally entertainment too!  A real gem and just 1 mile from The Piggery, how can you stay away!

The Daffodil, Llandysul

  • Conveniently close by, perfect for Sunday lunch, home cooked roasts and tempting puddings. Consistently great reviews and sophisticated seasonal menus make this a real treat. Booking recommended.
Teifi Valley Market Towns
  • Shop 'til you drop, eat delicious local produce, try a spot of fishing, explore ancient castles and soak up the atmosphere of  thriving market towns along the Teifi Valley - Cardigan, Cilgerran, Lechryd, Cenarth and Newcastle Emlyn.
Teifi Lakes Walking 
  • Discover a number of beautiful lakes near the source of the Teifi River in the stark, wild and beautiful western slopes of the Cambrian Mountains. Llyn Teifi is 1 such lake, 3 miles east of the small village of Ffair Rhos.

Teifi Valley Narrow Gauge Railway

  • Take a trip to Pixie Halt on a 1850's steam train.  Family fun and games at the station, crazy golf, crazy quoites, step back in time together for a fun day out.  

Cilgerran Castle

  • Traditionally, medieval castles were designed with a keep at the centre but Cilgerran Castle is unusual with two massive round towers instead. These, despite Owain Glyn Dŵr’s best efforts, still stand today. Take a walk around this stunning castle overlooking the Teifi Valley cared for by the `National Trust.  Dogs welcome on leads.

St Dogmaels

  • A trip to award winning St Dogmael's Farmers Market on Tuesday between 9 am and 1 pm showcases the wide variety of local produce and gifts from within a 30 mile radius.  Indulge your taste buds and gather a  picnic for a visit to Poppit Sands on the Cardigan coast.
Poppit Sands
  • Poppit Sands is an ideal spot for family fun, buggy boarding and kite boarding.  There are bike trails and walking paths through the dunes. Wild flowers will mark the way.

Y Felin Water Mill

  • Close to St Dogmaels is one of only two working mills in Wales. The mill has been completely renovated with its original machinery intact. Y Felin dates back to the twelfth century and is thought to have been built by St Dogmaels Abbey. A guided tour of the mill will reveal how their wonderful selection of flour is made, including Welsh organic wholemeal, seed and herb, and garlic and chive. The delightful tea room offers a mouth-watering selection of fresh home-made produce, including scones, cakes, bread and light lunches. 
New Quay
  • Enjoy a day at the seaside in this pretty town once home to the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.Three sandy beaches, dolphin spotting boat trips and a range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants make this a fulfilling day out for all. 

Brechfa Mountain Bike Trail

  • With over 19 km of trails this is a great place for all cyclists from family groups to the more serious rider.  Barbecue, picnic facilities and The Shed cafe are all available on site.  Round off your days activities with a drink in the Black Lion just up the road.

Llandysul Paddlers

  • Canoe hire, white water rafting, coasteering, rock climbing, abseiling and many other outdoor activities can all be arranged through this innovative centre.
Spend a day out with the family in nearby Pembrokeshire (an hour drive)
  • There are a number of excellent family attractions to enjoy including Folly Farm, Bluestone Water Park, the Dinosaur Park, Heatherton Sports Park, Manor Wildlife Park, Carew Karting and more.


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 41 Double and 1 Twin both on the ground floor. 

Bathroom on ground floor, bath with shower over. Washing machine.

Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Area.  

Kitchen Area - artisan kitchen, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment. Country table and 4 chairs.

Living Area large 2 x sofas and TV/DVD only. Log burner. 

Grounds enclosed grounds to rear, front and side of property with outdoor furniture.  Access to further meadows, ponds and wild swimming pond. 

Additional Information


Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 3 cars, plus bike store

Fuel - Central heating inclusive May to September. £30 p/w outside these dates.

Dogs - 2 at £25 each p/w

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No


Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Where to find The Piggery

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