Neuadd Farm is the kind of place fairy tale dreams are made of. Just over the emerald hills from the dramatic Cardiganshire coast, the endearing 35-acre Welsh demesne is a private courtyard hamlet of 10 rose-covered stone rental cottages crowned by a gracious manor house gazing out past redolent gardens to a serene lake. It is a place where lambs frolic in a springtime pastorale, and ducks call at the wooden doors, where children can fish unafraid, and where championship tennis can be played in a court opened for the First Minister for Wales. It is a place of calm and beauty, of history blended with luxury. It is a recipient of the Wales in Bloom award—and has been for over a decade. But most of all, Neuadd Farm is a labor of love.