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RoFawr Farm: One of West Wales Outstanding Self-Catering Country Cottages

RoFawr Farm is now confirmed as part of The River Tywi Site of Special Scientific Interest.

RoFawr Farm offers peace, tranquility and complete privacy in our luxury holiday cottages. It is the perfect holiday accommodation in which to relax and unwind in wonderful surroundings. The cottages are set in an idyllic area of the beautiful Tywi valley in West Wales and RoFawr was once a farm on the Earl of Cawdor’s Golden Grove Estate. We provide all the comfort of contemporary furnishings in sympathetically and luxuriously converted barns and dairies, complete with heated indoor swimming pool, all weather tennis court set in 13 acres of private grounds surrounded on all sides by the river.

It takes approximately 3 hours to drive from London and we are just 7 miles from the end of the M4.


The Victoria Barn: Sleeps 4 with en suite bathroom & shower room. This is a lovely, roomy accommodation with wood burning stove, original wooden beams and furnished to a very high standard.

Y Bwthyn (The Cottage): Sleeps 4 with en suite bathroom & shower room. This is the original farmhouse dating back to 1802. It is a very cosy and pretty accommodation with open fire, welsh slate floors, original wooden beams and french doors leading to the garden.

Y Llaethdy (The Dairy): sleeps 2 with en suite bathroom & shower room. This was, until fairly recently, the milking parlour complete with cow stalls and is now furnished in contemporary style with a french door leading to the garden. Also, open fire, welsh slate floors and original wooden beams.


  • Fishing by arrangement
  • Hills & mountains 20 minutes
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Bird watching
  • Log Fires
  • Tennis
  • TV, videos, games, reading
  • Swimming
  • Local pubs/hostelries – enjoy the local banter in the local language
  • Full massage/aromatherapy by arrangement
  • Historic castles

What to Look Out For:

  • Red Kites
  • Swans
  • Herons
  • Deer
  • Swallows, Swifts, House Martins and a vast variety of other species
  • Buzzards
  • Badgers
  • Otters

Get the wellies on, walk or picnic on the river bank and, if you’re lucky, you may see a kingfisher skimming the water, the swirl of a salmon or the flash of a sewin (sea trout) as it arrows in to the air in search of its dinner.



  • NB: Parties of 10 can dine together in the Victorian Barn if so desired.

For further information, please contact Ann Maclean on 01558 668505 or email: