Light filled self-catering property in central Wales, replete with hot tub, pool table, and expansive views of the Aberystwyth countryside.
Set in the rolling hills of Aberystwyth, a region of Wales popular with ramblers and outdoors enthusiasts, sits Barcud Balcony, a high-ceilinged double level holiday property which sleeps up to five people in a versatile combination of bedrooms.
Accessed via a private timber balcony, the main living space benefits from a high vaulted ceiling, exposed timber beams, and enviable floor to ceiling windows which the light pours through. This kitchen and living room combination is where guests tend to spend most of their time, gazing out over the surrounding landscape, characterised by dramatic topography which makes for an extraordinary vista whatever the season.
The Barcud Balcony kitchen is equipped with high end contemporary amenities, including an electric hob and oven, fridge and freezer, and extractor fan. No expense has been spared in the design of the kitchen, which is finished in the homely and wholesome Shaker style. Guests tend to congregate around the large wooden dining table, which seats up to five hungry diners. With abundant sofas and armchairs facing the Netflix-enabled Smart TV, this is a great multi-purpose room for the whole family to unwind in following a long day exploring the rugged landscape.
Downstairs, each of the two bedrooms has another Smart TV. The bedroom named Barcud Coch has direct access onto the local slate finished patio, and contains a Super-king sized bed which can easily be divided into two singles. The second room, called Barcud Gwyn benefits from full height windows, and sleeps up to three guests in a bunk bed and single. The bedrooms share a high-end family wet room-style bathroom, where guests can luxuriate in abundant fluffy white tiles, Grohe shower, and complimentary Myddfai toiletries.
Visitors flock to the town of Pontarfynach, known as Devil’s Bridge, to experience the wild and dramatic natural beauty of the area, which was featured in the popular Welsh language television series Hinterland. The waterfall at Devil’s Bridge is well worth visiting, as is the Magic of Life Butterfly House. Another experience popular with guests of all ages is the hands-on cookery workshop with famous local pastry chef and chocolatier Mandy Wilcox. Many guests find that between the cosy and luxurious family living room, full size pool table and the high-spec family hot tub, there really is no reason to leave this divine property.
Cardiff - 93 miles, Birmingham - 110 miles, Liverpool 113 miles.
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