Go back in time 300 years in this welsh farmhouse ( with all the mod con's), slate floors with an inglenook fireplace, surrounded by a 5 acre garden of trees and shrubs. Ideal for families to explore and have fun in.
The peace and tranquility of mid Wales is second to non and after the busy and noisy city life it is the perfect place to recharge. The air is pure and the birds sing their heart out for everyone. From the secluded garden you have only to go a few miles to the seaside towns of Aberdovey and Borth. The mountain range of Cader Idris is even closer and offers spectacular walk and sightseeing outing.
All guests will have access to the 5 acre garden and 600 yard private road. There is a washing facility in the garden with washer/dryer and can be used for a nominal fee.
The manager will be available at the end of a phone for any quiries and the site manager will be available in the morning and evenings.
Guests will experience a welsh Farmhouse, built over three hundred years ago on the hill sides of the Dyfi Valley. The house has wonderful oak walls and beams with an inglenook fire place with a log burner. It has it's own garden with table and chairs, perfect, for breakfast in the morning. There are long walks that take you up to the mountains behind, where the coast can be seen from the summits.
Local trains and buses are available from Machynlleth, 10mins away by car. You will need a car when visiting The Hall, and free parking is provided. You would need to hire a car at Manchester, London or Gatwick airports.
King Arthur's Labyrinth is a great place for the whole family to explore the history of wales and the mines of Corris. It also has a small craft village for local shopping.
The Devil's Bridge is a nice place to spend the day and the university town of Aberystwyth is 22 miles away on the welsh coast for lots of good shops and eateries.
Snowdon boasts some of the best views in Britain, and the summit can be reached by a number of well-known paths. The summit can also be reached on the Snowdon Mountain Railway, a rack and pinion railway opened in 1896 which carries passengers the 4.7 miles (7.6 km) from Llanberis to the summit station. The summit also houses a visitor centre called Hafod Eryri, built in 2006 to replace one built in the 1930s.