Price: £448.00 - £616.00
Type: Internet | WiFi, Pet Friendly
Llywi-Mach is a two bedroom, unique holiday cottage high in the hills above Machynlleth. Set on a working farm there are stunning views out over the Dovey valley. With modern interiors and its farm location, it’s both rural and stylish at the same time.
To get to the apartment, you have to go through two large sliding doors that take you into the boot room / bike storage area; a space that will be very handy for after those days out in the mountains and exploring the area. The door to the apartment itself is located towards the back of this room.
Straight into the open plan kitchen, diner and sitting room. The kitchen area is compact and has everything you will need to cater for your group. The large sofa creates a natural division for the sitting and TV section of the room where it also looks out through the french windows over the valley. The dining room table will comfortably fit 4 and again is positioned to enjoy those views. The interior in here is minimal and really well brought together with the odd block of colour.
Off from the main room are two bedrooms; a double and a twin. The double room enjoys the addition of french patio doors that open to an enclosed seating area outside. Needless to say, again, there are good views from this room! The twin has a skylight window so you can admire the stars above at night which, in this area are pretty spectacular. Minimally decorated with splashes of colour, the rooms are light and airy; they look and feel great.
There is a family bathroom with a shower over bath set up, WC and washbasin.
Pets Yes (£30 per pet additional supplement fee)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair N/A
The holiday cottage is situated on a working farm and so you can enjoy the life of farming without the early morning wake up calls! The cottage itself has a small private outside sitting area so that you have your own space whilst staying here. A patio set of table and chairs will help you enjoy the weather when the sun is out.
The landscape of Southern Snowdonia is spectacular and is often referred to as ‘a walkers paradise’ Less crowded than the slopes of Snowdon to the North, the mountains in this part of the national park provide a real opportunity to explore the true wilderness of Wales.
A short 10 minute drive, or a scenic walk along Glyndwr’s Way will take you into the more populated town of Machynlleth. Steeped in welsh history the town most famous resident was Owain Glyndwr, the heroic welsh rebel of medieval times. The town hosts a farmers market every Wednesday and is home to some delightful shops, cafes and pubs as well as art galleries.
Corris, another nearby village, has the well known ‘Centre for Alternative Technology’ as well as a small craft village and ‘King Arthurs Labyrinth’, an underground tour certain to capture a child’s imagination. The popular seaside towns of Aberdyfi and Towyn are a short drive to the south west. Bala, to the east, is famous for its fishing and whitewater rafting and the world renowned mountain biking trails of Coed Y Brenin are about 30 minutes to the north.
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