MWNT BED AND BREAKFAST
Back lane full of flowers
Blaen-y-ffin is a detached house, which was ‘modernised’ some time in the 1880’s. It’s situated on the main road down to the beach at Mwnt, and surrounded by farmland, we have no close neighbours. The Welsh name of the house means ‘front edge of the boundary’ and is pronounced Bline - uf- feen!
Front of Blaen-y-ffin
You can’t miss the house, as the front is painted bright pink. The house retains many original features, and has been sympathetically converted for the B and B.
Your hosts Kate and Niall moved to the area from London in 2009, after many years of holidays here, when their children were young.
One of our feathery girls – this one is an old English cuckoo marran
We have a small amount of land here – we call it a micro holding – which we garden organically, we try to be as self sufficient as possible, and keep eight hens (no cockerels!) for breakfast eggs.
Our multicoloured eggs
The bed and breakfast is Kate’s domain. Having provided bed and breakfast for a trio of children for the last 25 years, she thought she might as well carry on. Partner Niall has a cabinet making workshop, and hopes to eventually supply the local craft shops with hand made items.
One of our beautiful sunsets