A rare visit over the autumn to a little-known rural retreat in west Wales.
But the Llwynywermod estate, comprising two holiday cottages and a Grade II-listed threshing barn, as well as the main farmhouse, is more than just your average farm-stay holiday accommodation.
It’s the restorative retreat built for our new, King Charles III [pictured above], and the Queen Consort, Camilla, during their regular visits to Wales.
What’s more, the twin holiday cottages, North Range and West Range, are available to the public to book when royal family members are not in residence.
Here’s a taster of the story:
His Royal Highness has been reported as saying it took “a long search lasting some 40 years” to find his bucolic Welsh retreat. The future king retreated to his Welsh home after the death of his father, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in April 2021, giving him space needed to “contemplate the future of the Royal Family”.
The estate is located in rural Carmarthenshire, near to the folklore-rich village of Myddfai.
The village is associated with the Physicians of Myddfai, who are said to have practiced from the 12th century, having acquired their early homeopathic skills when local monasteries flourished as schools of herbal medicine.
Their work is celebrated by the Apothecary’s Garden, incorporating a replica Victorian pharmacy, at the nearby National Botanic Garden of Wales.
David Hardy, Head of Communications at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, says:
“His Royal Highness has a strong connection to the county, evidenced by his decision to make his home in Wales here.”
Read the full story via Telegraph Travel, The tiny royal residence you’ve never heard of.