The property is not as well-known as different royal residences, reminiscent of Balmoral and Sandringham. It seems slightly understated, too, the restored farm buildings nestling into the unassuming village of Myddfai in rural Carmarthenshire, sitting on the western fringe of the Brecon Beacons Nationwide Park. However Llwynywermod has supplied a restorative retreat for our new monarch, King Charles III, and the Queen Consort, Camilla, throughout their common visits.
Certainly, the then-future King retreated to his Welsh dwelling after the demise of his father, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in April 2021, giving him house wanted to “ponder the way forward for the Royal household”.
His Royal Highness has been reported as saying it took “an extended search lasting some 40 years” to search out his bucolic Welsh retreat. The then Duke and Duchess of Cornwall lastly acquired the property in 2007 and had the home fully refurbished, utilizing native supplies and sustainable strategies in step with his planet-saving ideas.