About us


Our pre-Victorian country farmhouse was originally built for Edward Meredith a tithe collector and landowner, with the bricks for the house being fired on site with clay from our appropriately named ‘brick field’. We are a sheep and beef rearing farm with a history that includes a blacksmith’s shop and early primitive Methodist meeting house, as well as colourful links to Welsh Nationalism.

Cwmllechwedd Fawr stands on an old drover’s route a mile and a half from the Glyndwrs Way national trail. With our nearest neighbours nearly a mile away, we have peace and tranquility in abundance.