Welcome to The Farm Snead Bed & Breakfast and Ty Camlad Self Catering
We are obliged to close Ty Camlad from Friday 23rd October until Monday 9th November 2020. All guests within this period have been notified today, but of course, as ever, should you have any queries about a future booking you have with us, or making a new booking, please don’t hesitate to be in touch. We send all our valued guests and friends our warmest wishes and look forward immensely to welcoming you back soon. Here’s to brighter times ahead for us all.
**Update as at 12th October 2020**
Given the circumstances regarding the pandemic, we have made the very difficult decision to close the farmhouse for bed and breakfast on a temporary basis. With regulations that are ever altering and changing weekly, we have a responsibility to keep both you as our valued guests and ourselves as a family, safe. We shall make an announcement regarding our ground floor accommodation soon, since we shall be making some alterations so that it can be offered on a room only basis, with kettle, toaster & basic self catering facilities. It has separate access from the main house so that contact between us all can be kept to a minimum, but it enables us to offer a comfortable, cosy room for the months ahead. We expect that we shall not reopen the house until Easter 2021. All bookings already made for 2021 will be honoured, but do get in touch should you wish to make any alterations with us.
Our Self Catering barn Ty Camlad is fully up and running and booking well into 2021.
Do contact us direct for the best possible rates.
In the meantime, please have a look at the rest of our site and we shall be glad to advise you by telephone or email regarding available future dates. Best wishes from us all at The Farm Snead
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Sandra & Alan Jones have been welcoming guests to The Farm Snead Bed & Breakfast on the Shropshire/Montgomeryshire border for nearly twenty years and thoroughly enjoy seeing familiar faces and meeting new people every season. You can be sure of a very warm reception, a comfortable bedroom with a lovely view of the garden, some home made biscuits or welsh cakes and a hearty breakfast!
The vestiges of the Farm’s not too distant agricultural past can be found in the garden, with old cattle feeders, milk churns and water tanks thoughtfully requisitioned as planters for everything from daffodils to parsley! These details are what make your stay at The Farm Snead unique and most guests describe how they feel immediately a part of the fabric of the house or Ty Camlad barn, as soon as they have put their bags down. We want you to feel like you are at home and will do everything we can to make your stay as comfortable as possible.