Ty Nodyn

Nantgwynfaen, Wales

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 2 Dogs icon 2 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Children welcome icon Children welcome
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

Quirky, beautifully styled, in a great location near the coast, Ty Nodyn is swaddled in 60 acres of stunning organic farmland to explore with your hound

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • The 60 acres of new sniffs
  • Running off lead in enclosed fields (without livestock in)
  • Venturing out to the local dog-friendly beaches

Humans will love

  • Lazing around on the private patio
  • Sleeping in the quirky piano bed!
  • Cuddling up by the wood burner

The place

Sat just a half-hour drive from the Welsh coast, Ty Nodyn (sounds like 'tea noddin') is a far cry from its former use as a cattle barn. Completely revamped, it’s now the crown jewel of an organic farm set in the Welsh countryside. With 60 acres of farmland to explore, you won't know what to do first. You could settle down on the comfy leather sofa by the wood burner, take the dog out for a tour of farmyard sniffs, or tucker them out in the enclosed field. You could also head out to the coast to explore a windswept stretch of stunning beach, buy incredible seafood whilst you’re out and head back to the restaurant-style kitchen, for high-end cuisine created on the hob, or even homemade pizza, using the Ooni oven.


  • 1 x King room
  • 1 x Sofa bed on the mezzanine
  • 1 x Single bed on the mezzanine


  • Bathroom with a shower and WC
  • Shampoo and shower gel

Living and relaxing

  • Open-plan living room with sofa and wood burner
  • A communal games barn with a pool table (50p), table tennis and darts
  • Board games
  • Wifi
  • Initial firewood is provided and additional firewood and charcoal can be bought on site

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchen including gas cooker, oven, kettle, toaster and fridge/freezer
  • Cooking basics supplied - local milk, locally made Tregroes Waffles, organic eggs, a selection of tea and coffee
  • Indoor dining table with seating for four
  • Outdoor dining table with seating for four
  • BBQ
  • Ooni pizza oven (contact the owners to reserve)

For the dog

  • Enclosed patio
  • Enclosed fields on site
  • Dog towel
  • Water bowl
  • Mud Daddy paw cleaner
  • Dog shampoo
  • Biodegradeable poo bags for sale in the farm shop

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • One baby is welcome
  • A high chair and travel cot available on request
  • Please enquire if your child is under seven: bookings@pawsandstay.co.uk
  • Extra guests : Adults or Children over 7 years old £10.00 per adult per night OR per child (aged 7+) per night sleeping on a sofa bed or single bed in the crog loft.
  • £20 per dog per stay

Optional extras

  • There's a farm shop on site specialising in local and organic produce. They also sell their own recipe sausages and make bread to order with organic flour

You should know

  • The enclosed patio is next door and is accessed by going out of the front door and through a gate
  • Come prepared with wellies and torches!
  • There's a pond with open water on site, so keep an eye on children and enthusiastic dogs
  • This is a working farm so enclosed hens and a flock of sheep are on site
  • There are two dogs on the farm: Dave the Corgi and Ben the Collie, who will give you a very warm welcome
  • There is a stairgate on the mezzanine level and fireguard for the wood burner
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In the neighbourhood

  • Enjoy a dog-friendly dining experience at The Daffodil Inn in Penrhiwllan, a Michelin guide-listed gastropub located just two miles away. Take a peaceful half-hour walk along the quiet lane and remember to bring torches along with you, as it might be a touch dark when you head back. Expect to find a mix of world foods, cocktails, and a very modern drinks menu
  • Take on a relaxing countryside stroll to the local gin distillery and cheese farm – Caws Teifi Cheese, immersing yourself in the beautiful surroundings as you explore the scenic landscapes and indulge in the finest spirits and artisanal cheeses. Tastings are bookings only – so be sure to call ahead to arrange one of the sessions that run Monday to Friday between 1200 and 1500
  • Discover the delight of dog-friendly sandy beaches such as Llangrannog, Poppit Sands, and Tresaith. During the winter months, Mwnt and Penbryn (National Trust) also welcome dogs. Make a Tuesday morning visit to Poppit and explore the weekly outdoor market at St Dogmaels to stock up on goodies. Pair up a coastal stroll with a visit to a dog-friendly pub, and finish the day beside a roaring fire
  • Take a stroll along the picturesque River Teifi at Henllan, with walks available in both directions from the bridge. Immerse yourself in the tranquil ambience of the riverside and enjoy the serenity of the natural surroundings – taking in views of the rocky gorge, the waterfalls and the tree-lined banks
  • Explore the enchanting Coed y Foel woodland, where you and your four-legged companion can immerse yourselves in the broadleaf oak forest. Enjoy a leisurely walk amidst the trees, taking in the fresh air and peaceful atmosphere. When you’re both thoroughly walked out, pop down to Llandysul, and head to the Cilgwyn Arms for a post-walk treat
  • Indulge in a delicious brunch at Crwst Cardigan, a dog-friendly café half an hour away – sit in for some incredible baked goods and great coffee. If you can’t get enough baked goods, there’s a shop to pick up some baking kits you can make at home! Whilst you’re in Cardigan, take a stroll around the town, and enjoy a walk alongside the river Teifi.
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