“ Spent two weeks at Pentreheulyn in July 2013 and had the most fantastic time.
Beautiful, peaceful surroundings and a wonderful welcome. A very clean, tidy and comfortable farmhouse.
We would thoroughly recommend Pentreheulyn to everyone! ”
“ 18th to 25th May 2013
Thank you for the effort and preparation you applied to making our stay a wonderful experience.
Pentreheulyn is an extremely comfortable and welcoming home enhanced by your extra attention to detail and care.
A great holiday and lovely location. ”
“ Great place and highly recommended! We have stayed in many cottages before but the warm welcome and the whole ambience of the cottage which was set in a working farm exceeded all our expectations. We arrived to find a chocolate cake, free range eggs from the owner's chickens, fresh flowers and milk in the fridge which was a lovely surprise and much appreciated after a long journey. The farmhouse was lovely and very well equipped with everything we needed and more! Also very child friendly and even had a stair-gate for use. Our toddler loved seeing the sheep and lambs at close quarters and there was even resident geese in the yard. Nothing was too much for the owners and they kindly allowed us to take wonderful family walks along their farmland. What a unique experience. We shall return! Thanks very much for a great stay! ”
“ I stayed with my son, wife and two children at Pentreheulyn for a long weekend at the beginning of April 2013. We were all most impressed by the high standard of accommodation with all our needs catered for,but what pleased us even more was the very warm welcome given us by the owners, who were so friendly and provided small but important touches such as displaying flowers etc to make us feel really at home. They were always on hand and nothing was too much trouble. We would all thoroughly recommend Pentrehaulyn, which is very child-friendly, as an ideal place to stay in quiet rural surroundings but with plenty to do on the working farm, and in the surrounding area.
THE JONES FAMILY,
LONDON AND CHESHIRE. ”