This beautiful rural barn conversion is full of character with it’s traditional ceiling beams and stonework exterior. Sleeping six it is a superb property for a family retreat or for a catch up with old friends. Take some time to relax in the living room in front of the fire while dinner is simmering in the kitchen. Alternatively, extend a long day exploring the local area by sitting on the patio with a drink or soaking in the hot tub. When it comes to day trips out there is something for everyone.
Head into the Brecon Beacons for walking and cycling with amazing views. Then take a trip to the historic towns of Abergavenny or Brecon to sample the range of eateries in the area. If it’s something a little more relaxing you’re looking for then ride on the Brecon Steam Railway or take a canal cruise. Caecrwn really is a cottage with something to please the whole group.
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Located on a working farm this gorgeous property is ideal for a couples getaway. Siglen Uchaf has a modern twist to the traditional Welsh cottage, perfect for those who want to return to nature, but not at the expense of style and some home comforts. With floor to ceiling sliding doors out into a huge garden you can enjoy the summer breeze while cooking dinner, before eating alfresco or having some after dinner drinks outside. You’re four legged friend will also love the freedom to roam through this enormous cottage. If you can draw yourself away from Siglen Uchaf there is plenty to do in the surrounding area. Make a trip to Ruthin or Llangynhafal and take in their history, or head further afield to the beautiful Llandudno or even across the boarder to Chester. The property itself is situated close to an area of natural beauty that keen walkers are sure to enjoy.
If you’re a family or group of friends that loves nature and adventure Tyn Llwyn might be the cottage for you. 4.4 miles away from Llangollen, and surrounded by rolling hills this property is homely, yet draped in the excitement of a rural location. Take a hike into the Berwyn mountains or along Offa’s Dyke Pathway, canoe down the river Dee, explore Snowdonia or go white water rafting from Llangollen. In the colder months the surrounding towns still have plenty to offer, with pubs and shops as well as some historical gems like Owain’s Mount. After it all relax your aching muscles in the hot tub, or have a hot chocolate or glass of wine around the open fire. Enjoy dramatic views from the patio and hot tub, and watch the sun go down over one of the most spectacular areas in Britain.
Cut Moch would be an excellent property for a small family, or a pair of couples, wanting to get away. This cottage is modern and sleek with a hint of its roots in the presence of the treated wood ceiling beams and the subtly exposed brickwork on the interior walls. An enclosed garden allows your dog to enjoy the outside area, while you are relaxing on the patio or in the hot tub. If you choose to cook dinner, don’t worry, you can still be part of the conversation and enjoy the heat from the fire as the cottage boasts an open plan living and dining area. Head out on a day trip to the stunning Pistyll Rhaeadr and enjoy walking routes for those of all abilities, before heading back to nearby Lake Vyrnwy or the market town of Bala. Have the opportunity to take in the wonder of Wales during you’re stay at Cut Moch.
If the water stirs something in you then Bryn Teg will warm your heart. With sea views straight from the patio, yet still being central to Cemaes Bay village, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do. The beach is just a 1 minute walk from the front door and it’s easy discover the incredible variety of the Anglesey coast with just a short drive. Try your hand at some water sports, walk or cycle along the coast or visit the Sea Zoo – brilliant for children. If you’re feeling really adventurous, take a ferry over to Dublin from Holyhead which is just 17 miles away. This cosy cottage sleeps 10 so there’s room for all of the family and even two well behaved dogs. The hot tub and elevated patio would make a beautiful setting for afternoon drinks, yet if the weather is less favourable there is ample room around the woodburning fire to shelter from the wind and rain. Experience the tradition of a coastal village while exploring the Welsh coastline from the comforts of Bryn Teg.