We wish to share a place and spaces in the Cothi Valley, where we are situated on the Private Nature Reserve of Pistyllgywn. Come join us for time and immersions, be they retreats, personal and professional research projects, vacations, play times and moving in nature.
Pistyllgwyn means ‘white waterfall’, or ‘a gushing spout of white water’, and the sound of running water is constantly in the background. Boundaried by rushing streams to East and West, and the river Cothi to the South, Pistyllgwyn land feels like an island. The house, barn and cottage are nestled beneath a hill on one side of stunning Cwm Cothi, with views across to ancient oak woodland and a burial mound outlined on the horizon. The Cothi changes character throughout the year, slow in summer with green and yellow light, fast and dancing in full flood, glacial turquoise bedrock in the winter. The Pistyllgwyn land has been managed with environmental and wildlife conservation principles for the last 30 years and is a haven for native wild flowers, trees and wildlife.