The loft is a studio apartment offering comfortable accommodation for up to four people. Situated in one of our recently renovated farm barns the location of The Loft gives guests the unique opportunity to experience farm life and explore the surrounding area as much or as little as they choose. The accommodation comprises of a large open plan sleeping/ living area with an en suite toilet and sink. The Loft comfortably sleeps four people with one king size bed and one double sofa bed. Showers and bathrooms are situated downstairs accessed by outside steps to the ground floor along with other communal facilities such as the farm honesty shop. The living area has a flat screen TV, blue ray/dvd player and dining table, where breakfast or evening meals can be served when pre ordered. There is also a kettle, with tea, coffee and milk provided.
- Shower only
- Shared sanitary facilities
- Fire alarm with light
- CD / DVD player
- Tea and coffee making facilities
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The Black Mountain Company Information
Our farm is at the heart of everything we do, it has been in our family for generations but for the last twenty years it had not been farmed and had fallen into disrepair. Although wild and beautiful, it had become unprofitable, as is so common with many of the welsh hill farms with Cwmberach Uchaf being the last remaining working farm on this stretch of the mountain. We took over in 2014 and began farming immediately. Our vision is to continue to develop, firstly as a farm but also through diversification such as sustainable tourism and outdoor activities, allowing visitors to share in our experiences and life on the farm. The farmland has all the variety you would expect from a National Park: pasture, moorland, woodland and mountains. A small river – the Berach – runs through it, with mountain springs and marshland dotted throughout. The landscape has prompted visitors to comment on the genuine away-from-it-all feeling of remoteness, quiet and wildness. It has become something of a nature reserve, with badgers, foxes, owls, red kites and other endangered bird species still thriving. Cuckoos, now the 5th most endangered bird in the UK, visit every year as they always have. Nearby, visit Carreg Cennen castle, reached by a beautiful 5-mile walking route. Alternatively, there is the lovely market town of LLandeilo on the River Towy, and beside it, Dinefwr Castle. The glacial lakes of Llyn y Fan Fach and Lyn y Fan Fawr make for a good day trip, or pony trekking through the beautiful Black Mountain.
Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
|Child Policy:||Children welcome|
|Smoking Policy:||No smoking|
Road from Ammanford (47.0 miles)Head south-west Restricted-usage road 95 ft Turn right 1.0 mi Turn left onto Heol Ddu 2.3 mi Turn left onto Wern-Ddu Rd 0.8 mi Turn right onto High St 0.6 mi Turn left onto Wind St/A483