ty olaf kitchen
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ty olaf bedroom


  • Self catering holiday accommodation sleeps up to four
  • Newly built to high, green-building standards
  • French windows open onto oak woods
  • Underfloor central heating
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The self catering holiday accommodation has been built to very high, green, standards, with excellent insulation and fittings. The lower floor contains the entrance hall, kitchen/diner, and a spacious wet room, all with underfloor heating. The beautiful oak floors of the first floor lounge and bedroom are heated by solar-heated, underfloor heating. There is also a wood burner with logs supplied. The lounge has French windows opening onto a Juliet balcony, looking up through the oak woods to the summit of Carn Gafallt.  It has free-sat TV incorporating radio and DVD player and a CD player.

The spacious bedroom has a very comfortable 5′ bed, while there is also a sofa/bed in the lounge which easily converts to a 4’6” double bed, a mattress pad is provided for extra comfort. Linen and towels are provided and a hair-dryer is available.

The country-style kitchen has a comprehensive range of equipment including microwave, oven and hob, plus fridge, lots of workspace and all the little touches to create a real home from home.  The cost of electricity is included in the rental cost.

The negatives: no pets, other than guide dogs, no smoking, and, at the moment, we have limited mobile reception.

Prices 2018/9

Present to October 27th 2018.  £550 per week

Low Season
October 27th 2018– March 23rd 2019.  excluding Christmas – £450.00 per week,

March 23rd 2019– October 26th 2019. £550.00 per week

December 22nd – 31st (2018). £650.00 per week

Three night, short breaks are available in Low and Mid Season,
Low Season £360.00
Standard £450.00

Accessible after mid-day, Leave by 10am.


  • Coffee morning for the Bracken Trust at Ty Olaf, 3rd August 2019

      What a brilliantly successful day!  The culmination of two months of preparation and hard work.  For Peter and Maggie Hussey, owners of Ty Olaf, it coincides with the harvesting of fruit from the garden, jam making and post Mid Summer hedge and garden tidying and pruning.  For the Bracken Trust Social Committee it is […]
  • After a late start the Jam making gets underway

    Normally fruit picking, mainly, to start, strawberries, making would be well underway by the second week in June. This year it was a rather late start when we produced our first 10 jars of jam, initially of blackcurrant. The tiny wild and alpine strawberries managed a showing, which will continue throughout the summer, and a […]
  • The Berghaus Dragon’s Back race at Ty Olaf

    All sorts of busyness outside Ty Olaf this morning.  We were reminded of the time a group of guys were unloading a van beyond the Visitor’s Centre.  We were inquisitive and asked what was going on.  “I can’t tell you” one of the workers said, “but its going to be epic.  And it was.  The […]
  • The antique French campaign bed

    It has been a long job but, at last, the French bed is looking ready!  We bought the bed in an auction, and couldn’t believe our luck in getting it for such a price.  It is made of oak and created in such a way that it is a very early flat pack, made generations […]
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