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Cilie - sleeps 5

  • sleeps 5: one double room and one room consisting of three single beds
  • view of the sea from the lounge and both bedrooms
  • bed linen provided
  • you need to bring your own towels
  • free wi-fi
  • shower, no bath
  • garden in the back (no grass)
  • microwave
  • oven
  • fridge and freezer
  • dishwasher
  • washing machine
  • iron and ironing board
  • there are two sets of stairs within this flat
  • there is parking space infront of the flats – if it happens to be full, there is additional parking in the car park by the shop by the beach
  • directions on how to get to the flat is in the left column

This flat is named after - Bois y Cilie

Bois y Cilie were a family of poets brought up on Cilie farm, Cwmtudu. The famous author T. Llew Jones said: "It was a large family of twelve children – five girls and seven boys – all children to the blacksmith and poet Jeremiah Jones and his wife Mary. Two of the sons went to the ministry and became two of the most prominent and popular ministers of the day." "One son won the Crown and the Chair at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, and three of them were awarded with the white gown of the Bardic ‘Gorsedd’ for their contribution to Welsh poetry." "Another one won the ‘Academy’ award for the best poetry of the year. The brothers between them published about ten volumes of poetry and literature"

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