In 1991, the farmhouse at Plasglasgwm was bought by the present owner from The National Trust. Unoccupied for a number of decades and in a derelict state of repair, with no electricity or running water, we started our journey to bring this wonderful farm back to life.

Over the following years, the owners were able to acquire the remaining farm buildings, as they fell out of agricultural use and became redundant. Built on an ethos of always having been a working farm and long-term sustainability, plans were started to convert the buildings one by one to provide quality holiday accommodation and hospitality services. Extensive work was also started on the garden and surrounded grounds, both to reinstate previous areas including the orchard, stone walls and foot paths, as well as create landscaped grounds in keeping with this historic property.

We are now nearing completion of the restoration here at Plasglasgwm, and are proud to say we are able to now farm guests rather than livestock!

A fully-licensed premise with quality catered and self-catered accommodation in a period setting, and a special, intimate destination for celebratory events, Plasglasgwm is a magical place for us to live and work, and we hope our guests share this experience.

Peter and Tamsyn Gallimore