Shippon Roost is a detached stone and slate Snowdonian longhouse outside of Bala in Gwynedd. The property provides guests with a relaxing and tranquil self catering holiday home that has been carefully decorated and furnished to provide guests with a secluded retreat.
Inside is a beautifully beamed sitting room that has been converted from a former hatchery. The bedrooms are formed from the old grain store and the kitchen was cattle byre. The rear stable door is cuddled by a private enclosed patio with floodlighting, barbecue and furniture. From the balcony, guests can watch owls and buzzards, which nest nearby. Guests to Shippon Roost with limited mobility will find this charming cottage very easy to access, with parking immediately outside both of the front doors.
There is a fully equipped kitchen and living room that both include all facilities you may need during your stay. Th…
Plas Treforgan offers self catering accommodation in Llangoedmor near Cardigan, Ceredigion. Two beautiful four stars self catering luxury holiday cottages converted using the dairy & stable buildings of our restored Georgian Grade 2 listed mansion.
The accommodation at Plas Treforgan comprises of two self catering cottages, The Stables & The Creamery, constructed within the former dairy and stables located on the east wing of the private main house. Recently renovated so that holiday makers can share in the tranquil surroundings of our home, as well as explore a part of Wales that is full of character, history and beauty.
Formerly a stable, cowshed and shepherd’s cottage, The Stables is the larger of the two cottages featuring exposed beams, high ceilings, period furniture and collectables. The cottage is also centrally heated and overlooks both the cobbled courtyard …
Gwydre Farm Cottage is situated on an award winning working farm at the foot of the Black Mountains, set amongst the breathtaking scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The area has some of the most beautiful scenery in Wales. With such breathtaking scenery, Gwydre truly is a photographers paradise'
Gwydre Self Catering Cottage provides every modern amenity and comfort, yet retains it’s original charm and character. The accommodation throughout is very spacious.
The living room is rich in character with its original inglenook fireplace, and an inviting wood burner, for which logs are provided. There is also a pool table, electric organ, Sky TV and DVD in this charming room.
The fully fitted kitchen is very well equipped with dishwasher, cooker, washing machine, microwave, slow cooker, freezer, fridge, highchair and more.
The three bedrooms consist of:
2 double beds …
This is a comfortable and friendly place to meet and chill out after a long day on the trails or on the dirt track. The restaurant serves coffees, teas, thirst quenchers and light snacks all through the day with a hearty evening meal after a long day on the trails.
The lodge has en suite bunkhouse type bedrooms. We have rooms of 2, 4 and 6 with a maximum capacity of 38.
Home cooked evening meals are available in the evening, menus are available in the rooms. You can then come back from a long day on the trails and relax by the log burner with a beer or glass of wine and not have to worry about going out to eat!
On a fine day you can organise your own BBQ’s overlooking the vista throughout the day and into the night where the location is without modern day light pollution allowing star gazing after a ‘tyreing’ day on the trails or walking amongst the South Wales Valleys.
Alexanderstone offers self catering accommodation located in Llanddew, Powys. We are set in a peaceful position on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, just three miles outside Brecon, in easy reach of Llangorse Lake and on the Taff Cycle Trail. The properties have splendid views of the Beacons, wonderful walks, gardens and a field for children to play in. Ancient woodland and sites of special scientific interest can be found nearby.
The Cradoc 18 hole golf course, two miles North West of Brecon, is set in magnificent parkland and offers reduced green fees for visitors to Alexanderstone. The local pub, which has a large dining area and caters for children, is situated 1.5 miles away in the village of Groesfford.
The Manor house and the East Wing together make up a 15th century Grade II listed building. They can be booked individually or together. The properties are built …
Prysg Villa Cardigan Bay Self Catering Accommodation is a newly re-built 3 bedroom house which offer luxury accommodation for up to 6 people.
We have an open plan large lounge through to the dining area. TV with digital box. Smoking is allowed on the patio area and garden area only and one parking space available at the house plus extra parking available within 100 metres. there is also a large bbq at bottom of garden. We have 1 king size bedroom, 1 double room, 1 twin and a bed-sofa downstairs able to sleep 2 other people.
Other Facilities include:
Patio area with table and chairs, lawned area and large barbecue. Panoramic sea view of Cardigan Bay. Fully fitted and equipped with mod cons. All bedline supplied please bring your own towels.
Relax in the private garden overlooking the sea. Along side the house a public footpath leading down to sea, approximately 250 metre from th…
Typoeth Cottage is in an ideal location for getting away from the worries and turmoil of daily life, where you can have a wonderful holiday in West Wales. The cottage is situated in a small valley surrounded by beautiful green fields and woodland. It has a secluded garden with a small stream and if you are lucky you could see an otter! Among the many varied birds, red kites and herons can regularly be seen flying in the valley. If you are worried that Typoeth is too secluded, the small town of Llandysul is less than 10 minutes drive away, with several shops, pubs and restaurants.
Typoeth means warm house and this rural retreat lives up to its name, being sunny in summer and having both central heating and a multi-fuel stove for colder days. This is an 18th century listed cottage that was once inhabited by a family with 6 children, but has been lovingly modernised to provide a comforta…
Welcome to the Dysynni Valley! I would like to tell you about a farmhouse which sits at the foothills of Cader Idris. In the village of Llanfihangel-y-Pennant. A working hill farm with mostly sheep and cattle in the summer. This place has a rugged feel and makes you want to explore more of its surrounding hills and valleys.
If you want to get away from it all, then Nantcaw is the place to come. It's peacfull, relaxing, no traffic anywhere near. Listen to the chatter between our wooly friends and of course the Welsh Black cows, which have roamed these hills for years. Birds sing early morning, children can explore and spot the wildlife, play in the stream and be totally safe.
A traditional farmhouse which is a Grade II listed building with CADW. It offers four bedrooms, 3 double rooms and one single which accommodates seven people comfortably, there is also a cot ava…