A beautiful modern bungalow set in a quarter acre of tree lined garden bordered by two streams in the magical Towi Valley. Its own driveway has parking for at least three cars. Opposite St Barnabas church and 300 yards from the Royal Oak Pub and local shop and Post Office. Rural mid Wales walking country, wonderful for birdwatchers and the Dinas Bird Sanctuary with its majestic red kites and buzzards. The views from the bungalow are of the upper Towi Valley and its surrounding hills.
In this lovely bungalow the lounge, dining area and kitchen surround an open log fire in the centre of the large room with french windows to the patio. Each of the three bedrooms has a double bed with duvets etc. The biggest bedroom has an adjoining shower room and the patio bedroom has french windows to the patio. The bathroom has a large corner bath, basin and toilet and the shower room has a shower, basin and toilet.
The kitchen is fully fitted with electric oven and hob, fridge with a small freezer compartment, microwave, washing machine, iron, good quality china and glassware and cooking requirements. One guest said the settee needed replacing -but we like it! The patio looks onto a substantial garden lined with trees and small streams. (Toddlers would need supervision). A barbeque and chiminea are available. The views from the living room and garden are across open country up the Towi Valley. Idyllic in sunshire, majestic in rain and cloud.
The Royal Oak Pub is 300 yards up the hill next to the well stocked shop and post office, and the river Towi is 300 yards downhill for river walks and fishing.
From the living room one guest saw 26 species of bird in a week, red kite, buzzard, woodpeckers, ravens and so on. The phone is available to guests on an honesty box basis and is free of charge for evening and weekend calls. A wired broadband connection is available at no extra cost. For an aerial view of the property search maps.google.co.uk and SA20 0NS. At the maximum scale the property is about 6 inches East of the marker.
From our Visitors Book: 1st to 8th august
A beautiful week, in a beautiful spot and such friendly, welcoming people!
Enjoyed several walks, perhaps the most memorable right down the country lanes through Cil-y-cwm and right back round (8 miles in total) ending with a custard slice and mug of tea at Sean's teashop. Perfect? and we were in the rain but it didn't spoil it!
Pub 'Quizzed' it on Wednesday at Towy Pub. So welcoming!
Visited the reservoir ... RSPB Walk ... Black Mountains (absolutely breath taking) ... enjoyed cawl in Trecastle ... (Yum!) Went beyond the reservoir to the most spectaculat scenery on the way to Tregaron .. a must see!
We had a really lovely time and our 14 month old ... Caithi .. was in her element!
Hope to return here at some point a really relaxing retreat.
Ger-y-llan was wonderfully spacious .. well equipped. The best location to access everything .
Thank you for introducing us to this wonderful area we loved it!
Adam, Laura and Caithi
Walking. Birdwatching. Fishing. A magic place to chill out. Lots of places of interest to visit - not far from the coast, Aberaeron, Castles, National Botanic Gardens, Dolgathau Gold mInes, Dinas RSPB Bird Sanctuary, Llyn Brianne Reservoir, red kite feeding stations. The property is in the village of Rhandirmwyn and the pointer on the map is in the wrong position!
Other Activities: bird-watching
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