A property steeped in history offering a welcoming environment with a private hot tub and a warming wood burner. A great spot to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and explore some of Wales' finest locations.
Steeped in history, this unique property is part of a medieval manor house dating back to the 14th century. Sleeping four guests over two bedrooms and welcoming one waggy-tailed companion, this homely, historic property also boasts modern luxuries, including a private outdoor hot tub. This is the perfect option for families, friends or couples who want to get away from all the hustle and bustle of daily life and reconnect with nature, while enjoying all the character of a historic house at the same time.
Accessed by its own entrance overlooking a charming wooded dingle, this exceptionally peaceful property is completely self-contained. Period features abound throughout, adding to the quirky nature of this one-off property. The quaint cottage-style kitchen leads to an ancient slated rear hall and a characterful sitting room with a magnificent inglenook complete with cosy wood burner—a big favourite with four-legged visitors. Step outside and you’ll find a pleasant terrace with a hot tub and a secluded lawn area surrounded by flowers and trees.
Leash-up Fido and take him on a lovely stroll at Llyn Clywedog (17 miles). This 72-metre-high dam in a spectacularly scenic setting offers majestic views across Mid Wales. Alternatively, head into the market town of Machynlleth (12.5 miles), where dogs are welcome at the Centre for Alternative Technology. There are some great walks there and you’ll even be provided with a biodegradable poo bag upon arrival! In Machynlleth you’ll also find a couple of cosy dog-friendly pubs in which to enjoy a pint or two with your faithful friend at your feet.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.