Once a farm in its own right, this detached cottage is the picture of innocence, but in fact carries a sinister history. In the gallery bedroom is a "wrecker’s window" which it is said was used during stormy weather to lure ships into apparent safety. Once broken upon the shore, the vessel would be stripped of its treasures. Today it provides high quality holiday accommodation sleeping up to 6 people.
Both the Longhouse and Bryntowy are quintessential examples of 16th century cottages in South West Wales brought to life for your pleasure.
Ground Floor: Lounge/diner/kitchen.
First Floor: Bathroom with separate shower, toilet and basin.
2 bedrooms: 1 double 1 twin, gallery area with 1 single bed plus single pull out bed.