History

A Short History of Ffynnon Fendigaid

Imagine a place where the only sounds you can hear are the red kites calling to each other across the valley; the wind sighing softly as it skitters through the pine trees; the splash and play of spring water, tumbling down the hillside into the mysterious silence of the pond.

Breathe in and you can smell the salty tang of the seashore, the earthy scent of farmland. Spread out before you: an enchanted wood; a patchwork of fields, sprinkled with old stone farmhouses, wrinkled with winding lanes. It’s Ffynnon Fendigaid (Holy Well).

Ffynnon Fendigaid is an old Welsh stone farmhouse, dating from 1745 and lovingly restored, nestling in eight acres of beautifully landscaped grounds in a rural location just 2½ miles from the sea.

The perfect spot for a peaceful and relaxing country holiday, with breathtaking views, a warm welcome and a wonderful garden with secret corners, wild, wooded dells and a ribbon of ponds.
The seashore by Ffynnon Fendigaid