Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales
Cosy up at Coety Bach, a frontier-style cabin with picturesque views of the Radnorshire Hills, perfect for any couples retreat.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Coety Bach is owned and managed by Vicki Jones.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Vicki Jones.
Repurposed / renovated building
Biodiversity improvement actions
Bore hole / well
Energy Performance Certificate rating B
Motion sensor lightbulbs
Located in the midst of the Radnorshire Hills, Coety Bach is a gorgeous location for any romantic retreat, where guests can get acquainted with nature with picturesque views across the rural Welsh scenery. Sit out under the stars on the outdoor seating, including an expansive veranda with ambient lighting and leafy plants and you can instantly feel at ease. Featuring a log burner, a comfortable nook bed and a leather sofa for quality time, Coety Bach is an infinitely cosy retreat.
A frontier-style cabin, this property offers up the best that the Radnorshire Hills have to offer and it has been rustically decorated with handcrafted wood from floor to ceiling. Featuring a king-sized bed nestled under a beautiful stained glass window, guests can enjoy an undisturbed night of rest in the midst of the Welsh countryside. With central heating and a cosy log burner to provide warmth during the winter months, Coety Bach is the perfect bolthole all year-round.
The fully furnished kitchen is hand-crafted with pallet wood, equipped with a gas hob, electric fan oven, fridge freezer and microwave, with the leather sofa and adjacent log burner promising comfort. The bathroom hosts a corner bath with an overhead shower in which guests can unwind. Outside, the large, sheltered veranda is an apt location to enjoy a morning coffee whilst sampling the fresh country air.
Tucked away in the Radnorshire Hills, Coety Bach is a blissful retreat. Nearby, the village of Penybont offers up the Severn Arms Pub for an afternoon tipple or an evening meal. A mere four miles away lies the Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells, with the nearby area boasting the National Cycle Museum, The Judges Lodging and Gilfach Nature Discovery Centre and the Llandrindod Lake and Rock Park. All of these spots provide the perfect opportunity for an afternoon amble.
The Radnor Forest, once a royal hunting ground, conveys picturesque views of the Cader Idris and Snowdonia to the north-west, alongside the Malvern Hills to the east and the Brecon Beacons to the south. Similarly, the town of Brecon, gateway to the famous Brecon Beacons, houses an impressive 11th-century cathedral, the Brecon Theatre and a myriad of local shops, quaint cafés and rustic pubs.
From Previous Guests
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My husband and I had a fab 2 nights here, such a beautiful place and area. I would definitely recommend switching off and getting back to yourself. Can't wait to re book again, possibly in the warmer months.
Stayed January 2023
What a fantastic location and accommodation that was everything you could hope for and more. Well thought out and with so many quirky build characteristics, it was an excellent pick for us, for our short stay. Vicki and Lyndon were very friendly hosts and the overall experience can’t be recommended highly enough.
Stayed September 2022
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