Hidden away at the end of a winding drive and surrounded by rolling farmland, it lies 3 miles from the sea between Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn. Its combination of elegance with homeliness makes it an ideal setting for a house party, complete with log fires, tea on the lawn and croquet!
The house provides accommodation for up to 12 guests in traditionally furnished double, twin and single rooms. There are three fully-equipped bathrooms, and two en suites. Downstairs there is a large and comfortable sitting room, a period dining room, a large kitchen with Aga, and a bootroom, etc. There is also a well-stocked games cupboard which your hosts will be only too happy to help you enjoy! We ask guests not to smoke inside the house.
The house and grounds are at your disposal throughout the day.
Richard Mitchley is a Welsh speaker with a knowledge and love of Welsh culture that ranges from rugby to strict-metre poetry. His family have lived at Parc-y-gors since the 1950's.
Richard is a qualified Mountain Leader and a life-long amateur naturalist and historian. He is also an inveterate croquet addict. He has walked all over Wales and trekked in Nepal, India, New Zealand and Europe. In his spare time he earns his living as an actor and presenter.
For a taste of Dragon Trails watch this film by Christian Fischer..