Secret Fields Wales is set on a 15 acre former dairy farm. Bought by a group of keen cyclists in 2019 and renovated to provide cosy, well equipped accommodation. It’s the perfect place to unwind after a day on the trails. Preseli mountain range is a little of half hour away, as is Brechfa forest with an abundance of well designed trails suitable for all abilities.
TY BECCA – is a traditional Welsh Long House, its origins date back to the 1400s. After a spell of neglect and near demolition it was brought back to life 20 years ago under previous ownership. It gets its name from the Rebecca Riots. During the 1960’s the thatch was removed from the roof and a pistol believed to be from the same period was found, now held by the Welsh Museum.
Ty Becca – is perfect for couples looking for a romantic get away, offering generous accommodation with a large open plan kitchen, dining and living space on ground level and a large mezzanine bedroom with double bed.
Outside is a private garden area filled with birdsong and a wildlife pond. A fire pit/barbecue sits in a walled seating area, perfect for unwinding after a day at the beach.
We’ve tried to create a relaxing space which showcases a small collection of original artworks, prints, sculptures and textiles predominantly by local/British craftspeople. If you’d like to find out about any works displayed in Ty Becca please click the ‘Art House‘ link on the left of this page.
Cardigan Food Bank – every booking you make in Ty Becca directly benefits the people in our local community who are struggling with the cost of living. Find out more here.
ABRAHAMS COTTAGE – is a two bed barn conversion, built with Welsh slate and featuring distinctive red window-frames.
The house was converted by the previous owners in the early 2000’s and has been lovingly and sensitively updated in 2020 by current proprietors, Siobhan and Chris.
Abrahams is an ideal rental for friends or family meet ups. Two spacious bedrooms accommodate four in style; perfect for small families or couples looking to hide away in the peace and quiet of the countryside.
Dogs are welcome. We have a boot room for the drying out of muddy paws and a large, dog-proofed garden, befitting lazy mornings and long breakfasts for dog owners.
A veranda along the rear of the house provides the perfect spot for sipping tea and reading, whilst watching any passing Welsh rain and a 10 – metre balcony accessed via the original external staircase awaits your best stargazing. Do be sure to make the most of the sparkling velvet night skies.