Tradition meets contemporary in a spectacular setting at the charming Farm House in the Cambrian Mountains
Set among the spectacular green peaks of the Cambrian Mountains, the Tynrhyd Farmhouse makes the perfect spot for large groups of friends and family to gather together in luxury and comfort to make magical memories in a breathtaking environment.
The Farmhouse, which sleeps 12, has a wonderful traditional feel but with modern comforts and facilities, ensuring guests settle in for a holiday of fun, adventure and relaxation.
The entrance takes guests through a gothic arched doorway directly into a porch with traditional stable doors, from there you enter a spacious, farmhouse kitchen and dining room. Chunky oak beams adorn the ceilings adding to the traditional farmhouse atmosphere and there is an abundance of windows letting in spectacular light and offering awe-inspiring views of the local scenery.
The dining room features a large wooden table, ideal for evening meals, languorous breakfasts or board game nights where everyone gets involved.
Move into the living room where sumptuous sofas make the perfect spot for a post-lunch snooze, chilling out with a book or settling in for movie night. Woollen blankets and a wood burner, which sits on a 100 year-old slate plinth, make even the chilliest Welsh nights cosy and snug.
The first of the five bedrooms is also on the ground floor. It is a double room featuring a super king-sized bed and french doors leading outside, making it accessible for wheelchair users. All of the bedrooms boast super comfy beds, made up with crisp cotton linens, and all offer fabulous views. Throw open the windows, hop back into bed and lie-in listening to the bird song.
Upstairs, there are two more double bedrooms, one with twin beds, and two rooms with one super king and one single bed in each. There is also a large family bathroom, with a wonderful, deep bath tub. While, downstairs there is a high-end wet room with toilet and shower.
Hard as it is to tear yourself away from the home, the surrounding area has an abundance of activities and there is something suitable for everyone. Walkers and cyclists of all levels are spoilt for choice (head to the nearby Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre), and wild swimmers have a wealth of spectacular swimming spots to try.
Steam enthusiasts will love the Cambrian Coast Steam Railway and the nearby Vale of Rheidol Railway. And, of course, no family holiday is complete without a trip to the local pub, and just one mile away is the friendly Hafod Hotel at Devil's Bridge, a large hotel with a great bar and restaurant.
Cardiff - 93 miles, Birmingham - 110 miles, Liverpool 113 miles.
We offer a flexible Covid-19 cancellation policy in the event that Government restrictions impact on future bookings.
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