The Dysynni valley and our farm have been extensively shown on television over recent years - credit to the beauty of our natural surrounding and farming traditions.
Ken and Lisa have had the joy of appearing alongside popular guests such as Kate Humble, Dai Jones and Derek Brockway across various channels - namely BBC, ITV and S4C.
Spend some time getting to know our history, family and the Dysynni valley through before your stay the videos below...
Kate Humble on the BBC's Off the Beaten Track meets the family at Pennant farm and learns how the heritage and traditions of the farm are still just as important in the farm community today. She joins in with the cattle drive up misty Cadair Idris with her Welsh sheepdog, Teg.
A walk through history with The Weatherman Walking, Derek Brockway covering a 7 mile walk through the valley including the history collated to show the historical highlights for every step of the way.
An S4C farming programme called Cefn Gwlad, showing herding the cattle for summer grazing on Cader Idris and the art of sheep gathering using sheep dogs.
A film into the rich history of our valley through the study of field names, diving into the myths and legend of Welsh princes, shepherds and farming traditions of the area.
A short film starring Catrin, Ken and Lisa's daughter, playing the part of Mary Jones - the young woman who lived at Ty'n y Ddol who walked 26 miles to Bala in search of a Bible which led to the formation of the British and Foreign Bible Society
A Farming Diary describing the ups and downs of family life on a traditional upland farm.