Tyddyn Retreat is an inspiring eco venue and self catering holiday cottages, in the Cambrian Mountains, close to Snowdonia and the stunning coastline at Aberdovey. Two beautifully converted stone barns, and magical land, provide you with the perfect surroundings for relaxing 'at home', or venturing out to explore all the many, many places and activities that there are to see and do. Tyddyn Retreat love helping guests to find the perfect activities and days out for them.
Group Accommodation @ Tyddyn Retreat sleeps at least 14 as singles and 23 as doubles. For groups that are happy to share some of the sleeping spaces (eg. the many yoga groups that enjoy Tyddyn Retreat), we can add futons and foldaway beds, to sleep a total of 29. With futons in the workshop space, even more can be accommodated.
The barns have been designed to combine the best of traditional style with contemporary comfort. Natural materials, such as exposed stone, lime plaster, oak and slate floors, blend with luxury fittings in the bathrooms, and wonderfully crafted furnishings, by local talented makers.
Each barn accommodates 6 or 7, with shared facilities, in a mix of double and twin spaces. The Farmhouse has 4 double rooms - one en-suite. There is also a peaceful Summerhouse Cabin.
Our Tractor Barn workshop space provides an inspiring environment for all manner of workshops, and provides a Private Cinema too. We have a wide range of DVDs to borrow. The projection facilities can also be used for training groups wishing to share information, or holiday guests sharing their photos of the day.
The Mid Wales Retreat Venue & Holiday Cottages, includes two pretty meadows, a small ancient orchard, 'the island' moss-covered hill between two beautiful streams and tall oak trees in the deep cut "dingle". The stone circle has a campfire, and the Tipi is a fun space to enjoy. There is a historic drover's road, and numerous spaces for private reflection, or conversation with others. The gardens offer the constant surprise and delight of new flowers and colour, plus dozens and dozens of birds. A new orchard is expanding thanks to generous gifts of plum and apple trees, and the polytunnel will soon be providing plenty of space for growing our own organic vegetables and salads.