|Space||269 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Character stone barn conversion in extensive landscaped gardens of 17th c farm house, with stunning views. There is a double bed room and shower room. Front entrance hall, open plan sitting room / dining area. Kitchen with all new facilities including electric cooker with grill, combination microwave/oven, fridge, washing machine, and iron + board. TV ('smart')with free-sat. and Wi-Fi access to superfast broad band. Towels and bed linen provided. Normal condiments, plus a small supply of 'start-up' groceries can be arranged.
Full range of local OS maps for reference. Baggage transfer available, collection from station.
Parking, storage for bikes/ canoes. Use of fabulous gardens, summerhouse and various garden seating areas. Barn studio and Games Room for kit maintenance, art and crafts, table tennis, skipping, aerobics, music listening and practice. Has tables, chairs and arm chairs, exercise matting, radio/CD player. Kettle, heater etc.
Outside : There are loungers for use in the summerhouse or in one of the many secluded garden seating areas.
Swing-ball, lawned areas for informal ball games and badminton, and seated areas for reading/writing and drawing/ painting. Wonderful views of the hills and valleys.
Bike/canoe storage, by arrangement.
Walking distance of Pub/restaurant, Café and shop. Possibility of escorted local walks by arrangement. Many outdoor pursuits within easy distance. and un-spoilt coast line scattered with charming seaside resorts approx. 25miles away. Recently the completion of a long distance cycle path plus nearby top ranking mountain bike courses/centers meaning the serious enthusiast can really be challenged.
The area is renowned for wild life, in particular the range of birds including the Red Kite, Buzzards, Skylark etc. The RSPB center at Lake Vyrnwy have 'viewing hides' are daily record sighting's.
There are more extreme sports such as zip-wire riding, rock and mountain climbing, kayaking, canoeing and quad bike riding all in reasonable distance.
For those seeking a more relaxed break; try the Harmony Healing and therapy centre, or a Spa treatment at Lake Vyrnwy hotel. Alternatively there are art galleries and practising artists nearby. Please enquire for details of events nearby for your stay.
Languages: We have a reasonable level of French and some German, which may help some holidaymakers.
We both enjoyed our stay at the quiet cottage in llandagfan. The hosts, Guy and Jennie, couldn't be more helpful and more hospitable.
It's a great base to explore Wales and further afield.
If you're thinking about booking definitely do!
Clean comfortable cottage. Had everything we needed. Location was perfect for our walking holiday and owners were extremely helpful with ideas for facilities in the area
Me and my hubby stayed 2 nights and loved it we were greated by guy and his little black and white dog who were both friendly guy showed us the cottage which was stunning very Alaska like which was right up our street open plan it was so cosy
The area is lovely nice little church and graveyard down the lane and the pub which we had a meal from
But we spent the weekend in the cottage as we didn't need to leave we were relaxed comfy and warm guy lives next door with his wife and provides everything you need even a games room and lovely gardens with little hidden benches fir night time star watching
100% recommend and we will be returning soon :)
Thanks for a unforgettable stay
This is a quaint and very cozy cottage in the midst of some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere. We loved our stay. Wales is great. We had everything we needed and Guy and Jennie are the best. Very much enjoyed talking with them. Enjoyed Bob the dog as well. Be sure and eat at the Cann Office pub nearby.
Lovely little cottage with lovely, friendly hosts.
Very clean and well equipped with all you would need.
Very peaceful with stunning views and gardens.
separate games room/art/craft space. Also nearby local attractions lake Vyrnwy, Powys castle and wales highest waterfall.
We had a wonderful short break, the cottage is well equipped and cosy that you wouldn't need to venture out, has beautiful gardens.
Would definitely recommend.
The cottage is adorable, the gardens amazing & the art studio was my little taste of paradise in the evenings - taking me back to my days before the kids when I used to while away the hours drawing (back when I had the time)!
Jennie & Guy live in the cottage next door & were there when we arrived to give us a few hints on places to visit & although they were there all week if we needed anything (which we didn't) they left us alone to enjoy the peace & quiet. There was a local pub, cafe & shop just a 10 mins walk away (albeit down a steep hill so it was uphill to get back) but if I did have to be critical of one thing, which it pains me to do, it's that it is a bit 'out in the sticks' so to go anywhere decent on a day trip, we found we were having to drive at least an hour each day. But it was well worth it when we went to Aberystwyth to catch the steam train to Devil's Bridge to see the waterfall (that walk isn't for the infirm or elderly by the way, as it's a very challenging treck) and back again. Also Barmouth is nice, as is Powys Castle.
My only criticism of the cottage itself is that it has a washing machine but nowhere to hang the washing out - no washing line or clothes horse. So we had our washing on the backs of chairs and the banisters for a couple of days. In the end we decided to take the rest of our laundry home with us instead. A little fault on what is otherwise a gorgeous little cottage I wished I could pack in my suitcase & bring home with me!
Canoeing and kayaking is available/hire locally. Off road Carriage driving/riding/ cycling events are held on the purpose built courses on the forested mountain-side. Amazing hillside/open access walking for moderate level and above, plus local weekly ramblers meetings can be checked for your stay. There is a famous shrine to St Melangell in a church hidden in a most heavenly valley nearby. This is close to the highest waterfall in Wales; the Pistyll Rhaeadr.
Railway enthusiasts will find four amazing steam routes within a reasonable radius. Bird watchers have the RSPB reserve at lake Vyrnwy to check sightings and meet with other watchers.
For those needing to unwind, there is a Harmony holistic therapy center just a few miles across the valley.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$64.68|
Booking in : Arrival time 3pm onwards. Property will be clean, and bed made up. Guests are asked to leave it clean. The café is open till 4pm most days for breakfasts, lunches and afternoon tea. Meals are available all day at the local pub. Both are less than 1/2 mile. A table reservation can be arranged if required. Small shop of provisions can be provided with 72hrs notice. Pay by cash on arrival.
Please vacate cottage by 10am on departure date, leaving linen on bed and towels in shower cubicle.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.