AUTUMN BOOKINGS NOW OPEN FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS:
We’re pleased to let you know that we’re now taking bookings at Ffald y Brenin from 1st September 2021 to 2nd January 2022. (Please note: we will be closed from 22nd – 30th December 2021).
At present we are able to gather for prayers either with limited numbers indoors or on the lawn, weather permitting. The Chapel and Prayer Room are open for one household at a time or a maximum of 6 people.
To enquire about a stay with us, please do this via email only to firstname.lastname@example.org. All bookings requested via email will be dealt with on a first-come first-served basis.
Please include the following information in order for us to be able to respond quickly to your request:
- Full name
- Phone number
- Specific date requested and/or number of nights, and if no specific date requested whether you prefer a stay during the week or over a weekend
- Number and names of people coming
Please note: we can only take bookings in a self-contained unit for 1 household or ‘bubble’ for private personal retreats. We cannot take group bookings.
Also, if you’d like to receive notifications about bookings going forward, please sign up for booking notifications at the bottom of this page and we’ll notify you whenever the next round of bookings opens up.
CLOSED TO DAY VISITORS:
We take the health and safety of our guests seriously. Due to the coronavirus, until further notice we are closed to all day visitors. Thank you for your understanding as we seek to navigate this challenging time with wisdom.
If you’d like to see up-to-date information on current COVID regulations in Wales and how that affects Ffald y Brenin, please visit our Coronavirus updates page.
“I wanted to spend time in prayer and study and this place was perfect…Jesus gave me His best.”
Due to COVID-19 regulations, Ffald y Brenin is currently CLOSED to all day visitors. We also cannot accommodate camper vans or caravans at this time.
We are only able to accommodate a limited number of overnight guests. We will update this page when we are able to take day visitors again. Thank you for understanding.
Twice a year, monthly donors – who we call Friends of Ffald y Brenin – are invited for a specially reserved weekend at Ffald y Brenin. To find out more about becoming a Friend, click below.
Things to do
We’re located in the gorgeous Gwaun Valley, close to the Irish Sea and endless trails.
HIKE THE TRAILS
Bring your hiking boots. This is a great place for rambling.
PRAY BY THE HIGH CROSS
Right on the Ffald y Brenin property, this is a place for reflection and prayer.
spot wild ponies
The wild Preseli ponies roam the hills around Ffald y Brenin.
Read & Relax in the day room
Enjoy the breathtaking views and ‘cwtch’ up with tea and a good book.
VISIT the coast
Enjoy the local beaches and trails by the Irish Sea.
Translated “Angel Rock Mountain,” Carningli provides stunning views.
browse our shop
Check out our resources on prayer, blessing, and Christian living.
ENJOY THE GARDENS
Enjoy God’s creation right on the Ffald y Brenin property.
PRAY IN THE CHAPEL
This beautiful circular room is a place to be still before the Lord.
Bring a book, grab a bench, and enjoy the sights and sounds of creation.
How To Get Here
Pembrokeshire SA65 9UA
Tel. 01348 881382
Take the A40 west from Carmarthen past St.Clears, then Whitland, on through Llanddewi Velfrey to a major roundabout. There turn right towards Cardigan, drive 1 mile to a minor crossroads then left to Maenchlochog. At Maenclochog, right at T-junction, on past Rosebush to major crossroads. Go over and on for exactly 3 miles, right for Cwm Gwaun, then after 1⁄4 mile hidden left, continue down into valley. At T-junction right for 2 miles, our drive rises on the left adjacent to Sychbant picnic site.
You can get a train to Fishguard & Goodwick (about 30 minutes away) and then a taxi to us (local taxi number 01348 872088) which will cost about £20.
Frequently asked questions
Can I visit for the day?
Due to COVID-19, we are not taking any day visitors at the moment. We are only accommodating a limited number of overnight guests, who are required to book in advance. See our COVID update here.
How do I get to Ffald y Brenin?
We are very rural, so we suggest coming by car. You can get directions here. If you don’t drive, you can get a train to Fishguard & Goodwick (about 30 minutes away) and then a taxi to us (local taxi number 01348 872088) which will cost about £20. *Please note that COVID regulations may affect public transportation.
What is the nearest train station to Ffald y Brenin?
The nearest station is Fishguard & Goodwick (about 30 minutes away). If you are travelling via public transport, you will then need to take a taxi to us (local taxi number 01348 872088) which will cost about £20. *Please note that COVID regulations may affect public transport.
What is the nearest airport to Ffald y Brenin?
The nearest airport is Cardiff, although you may get cheaper flights flying in to Bristol or any London airport.
Do I need to bring bedding (if I am staying on-site)?
Is catering provided?
Due to COVID-19, we do not currently offer catering service.
Do you offer led retreats?
No, we do not offer led retreats at this time.
Is there a place I can cook my food?
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only self-catering rooms can be booked, each of which have a kitchen or kitchenette.
Where is the nearest charging point for electric vehicles?
The two nearest charging points are located at:
Long Street Car Park, Long Street, Newport, SA42 0TJ (approx. 15 min drive from Ffald y Brenin)
West Street Car Park, West Street, Fishguard, SA65 9NJ (approx. 20 min drive from Ffald y Brenin)