Farmstays in Wales
Experience agricultural life amongst the wild and wonderful landscapes of Scotland on a farmstay. A unique chance to experience farm life whilst having a relaxing break, with the bonus of friendly hosts who know the local area intimately, we feature some of the best farmstays in Scotland below.
from £40 per night b&b
Double from £60
£360 - £745 per week according to season
£419.00 to: £892.00 (based on two staying)
From £472.00 to: £976.00 (based on two staying)
From £64 per night
From £410.00 to: £859.00 (based on two staying)
It's hard to believe that Hen Glyn was once considered derelict. Having been restored using largely sustainable materials, this Grade II listed cottage now effortlessly combines the modern and the traditional, with original 18th century wooden beams and panelling decorating the otherwise contemporary interiors. Sleeping up to 4, this is also easily one of the best accommodations in the region for walkers; the farm has some 230 acres to explore, while countless way-marked routes start right on the doorstep. In the evenings, rest your weary legs in Hen Glyn's heated outdoor hot tub and gaze out over the surrounding hillside.
There can’t be too many places to stay in this world where you can arrive by steam train; this 250-acre farm has it’s own stop on the Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway! Hendy Farm is a family-run sheep and cattle farm on the edge of the Dyfi Biosphere and guests are free to roam the farmland and meet the animals. Three comfortable and homely bedrooms are decked out in floral bedspreads and pale yellow walls, and there’s a separate sitting room should guests want to stick their feet up. The seaside town of Tywyn is a short walk away and there’s plenty of walking opportunities from the door.