Ty Newydd is a detached traditional stone Welsh farmhouse with attached barns. The off road farmhouse dates from the early 18th century and is surrounded by organic farmland. Recently restored using lime, it has an Aga cooker, underfloor heating, a working Victorian kitchen range and a wood burning stove. All the rooms have extensive views of the surrounding countryside. Sheep, llamas and geese graze in the fields adjacent to the farmhouse. Organic eggs are always available, meat and poultry in season. Dogs and ponies are welcome. Ty Newydd is situated a mile from the village of Penmachno within the Snowdonia National Park. Betws-y-Coed and the popular Swallow Falls waterfall are set in a beautiful valley nearby.