Accommodation

Seven houses, each different in style, all designed to feel like home.

We have seven houses, Ty Pickwick, Ty Rhieni, Ty Barnabas, Gardevias, Nant Gwyn, Gwernpwll and Ty lori, each one with a house manager. Every house has its own kitchen, office, laundry room and choice of communal areas.

Girl and woman folding laundry.

Most have a large kitchen dining area with adjoining living space which helps large groups to socialise together. Young people are encouraged and helped to do laundry, cooking and cleaning.

Six of our houses incorporate independent flats that are used to support our young people in further developing the life skills for their post-college lives.

We’ve had two new houses built recently and maintain a rolling programme of refurbishment and redecoration across the site.

4 bedrooms and dining room in a collage.
A variety of bedrooms and a dining area.

Our houses are run as warm, supportive households where young people can be themselves. We eat, socialise and undertake household chores together, sharing experiences and making decisions on household matters including menus and leisure activities.

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People spoken to were proud of their bedrooms and the homes in which they lived and had a real sense of belonging.

Care Inspectorate Wales, 2018
People playing cards around a table.
A stone farmhouse at Elidyr Communities Trust.
House at Elidyr Communities Trust in Snow
Little teal house and forest sketch

After spending our first Parents Day with Owen ... it was a joyous day spent with confident, happy young people, who clearly were enjoying learning and living in a fantastic environment.

Parent