Tregib and the Area - Tregib B&B and Self Catering Holiday Accommodation

Stay at Tregib
Stay at Tregib
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Bluebells in Tregib Woods
An hour's circular walk from Tregib in mid May will take you through these lovely glades of bluebells. The scent is wonderful. Tregib woods nature reserve has a network of paths and boardwalks. Some accessible to wheelchair users.
Carreg Cennen Castle in the sun
You might catch this view of Carreg Cennen Castle as you approach Ty Cefn Tregib from the M4
Ty Cefn Tregib
The front courtyard of Ty Cefn Tregib in early summer. By high summer the massed planters and pots are a riot of colour.
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Inside the great glasshouse. Ten minutes drive will get you to this amazing garden. Developed over the last 20 years in the old Middleton Hall estate, specialising in collections from the temperate regions of the world, there's something of interest to everyone at this huge site
Llyn Brianne reservoir
Llyn Brianne reservoir at the head of the Towy valley. A vast expanse of tranquil water at the south of the Cambrian mountains, the largest unroaded area of Britain south of the Highlands. Great mountain biking country and a beautiful drive.
After the storm
A stormy early spring afternoon looking down across the roofs of Ty Cefn Tregib towards Llandeilo.
Aberglasney Gardens
Aberglasney Gardens and house. Saved from dereliction in the late 1990's Aberglasney is a collection of Jewel like garden "rooms" surrounding the old mansion where events and exhibitions are regularly held. 3 miles from Tregib - an easy bike ride.
Dinefwr Castle
Standing guard over Llandeilo and the Towy valley. Old Dinefwr Castle is a pleasant walk from Tregib, past Llandyfeisant Church and then on into the parkland of the N.T. Dinefwr Park and Newton House
Waterfall at Ty Cefn Tregib
The Cib brook rushes in a little gorge through Ty Cefn Tregib overlooked by the Waterfall Pagoda Yurt and The Lookout (Tregib translates as "the homestead on the Cib" Ty Cefn "the house behind") there are plenty of places you can get down to the water to splash about.
Across the Towy to Llandeilo
Llandeilo was once the county town of Carmarthenshire. Now it is a thriving little town full of interesting independent shops, great pubs and eating places. It's a 20 minute walk from Tregib, by road or across the fields along the river. This is the view from our top field.
Ty Cefn Tregib
Buttercups in the old parkland of Tregib Mansion, with the back view of Ty Cefn Tregib. Some of the park now belongs to Llandeilo sports ass. There is a cinder track, tennis courts, football and rugby pitches which are all publicly accessible.
Standing stone circle
As you come in along the drive this stone circle is just on your left in the parkland of the old Tregib Mansion. A gentle evening stroll will get you here. The stones were erected in 1997 on the footprint of the old mansion.
Historic Tregib Mansion
View from Llandeilo across the Towy valley to Tregib Mansion. Ty Cefn Tregib can just be seen on the far left in this old photo. A path through fields along the river bank from Tregib to Llandeilo takes about 20 minutes
Biking in Brechfa Forest
A scenic 20 mins drive will get you to Brechfa Forest where there are bike trails for all abilities - and good walks as well
Glorious Garden
John and Mary spend hours working in the gardens at Tregib and are always happy to stop for a chat. The gardens are a mixture of wild woodland areas and informal flower gardens.
Newton House
On the edge of Llandeilo and walking distance from Tregib, Newton House is the heart of the National Trust's Dinefwr Park.
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Lakes, spectacular glasshouses, flower gardens and woodland, all interspersed with miles of footpaths in an Historic parkland setting just 10 minutes drive from Tregib.
Tenby Harbour
Less than an hour's drive away Tenby is just one of the many pretty little seaside towns and beaches which are easily reached from Tregib
Wild Biking
Mountainbiking high above Llyn y Fan in the Brecon Beacons
Just half an hour from Tregib. We can give you great route ideas to suit your ability.
A little flavour of the local area.
A twenty minute walk or 2 minutes by car will take you into Llandeilo, with its unique independent shops, lovely Towy valley views and overlooking all, the ruins of Dinefwr Castle.
On the edge of Llandeilo is the National Trust's Dinefwr Park and Newton House, and just 3 miles down the valley are Aberglasney Gardens.
Another four miles, passing Dryslwyn Castle and Paxton's Tower will bring you to The National Botanic Garden of Wales at Llanarthne.
Going up the valley through the old drovers town of Llandovery a lovely drive will take you to Llyn Brianne reservoir, a bit of Fjordland in Wales, coming back via the Upper Cothi valley with it's ancient oak woodlands, you can call at the Roman Goldmines at Dolaucothi near Pumsaint, also owned by the National Trust, then on via the ruins of Talley Abbey back to Llandeilo.
No stay at Tregib would be complete without a visit to the spectacular Carreg Cennen Castle just 3 miles away in the Brecon Beacons National Park, a Welsh castle which was never taken by the English.
The West Wales coastline is less than an hour away to the North (Newquay, Llangranog) South (The Gower peninsula) and West (Tenby, Saundersfoot etc..) with coast path walking and lovely sandy beaches.

And of course there are glorious walks , cycling and mountainbiking routes directly from Tregib

Llandeilo has good small supermarkets, butchers, fruit & veg shops and a choice of eating places. You can walk to the pub in Ffairfach (10 minutes) where the Tregyb Arms and the Torbay Inn. Both serve food in the evenings.
A bit of history.
Ty Cefn Tregib has been the home of the Evans family for more than 30 years, since John and Mary Evans bought a collection of farm buildings, formerly the home farm buildings of Tregib Mansion, and later used as a groundsmen's depot for Tregib School, from the local council, and started the epic task of bringing the old buildings and the land back to life.
Living in a caravan on site, the first task was to convert the lovely old threshing barn into a spacious family home, followed a couple of years later by turning the cart shed to a separate holiday cottage and later converting the old pigsties.
The children all left home and Mary decided that all those spare bedrooms needed using. Thus started the beginning of Ty Cefn Tregib B&B
Twenty five years on, all the children are back in the immediate vicinity with their own lives and partners, and Ty Cefn Tregib has evolved into our unique B&B and self catering business.

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