The cottage is set in luxuriant gardens on a wooded hillside in the Dyfi Valley, near Machynlleth in the Dyfi Biosphere. This peaceful, secluded and picturesque setting is ideal for relaxing, walking and exploring Snowdonia.
Handicapped people welcome3 bedrooms
8 roomsLiveable floor area : 120m²
- View : Not overlooked, mountain, country side, forest, river
- Children welcome
- Setting : Peaceful, Rural
- River at 100m
- Golf, Festival, Culture, Fishing
- Pets accepted
- Exposure : South-west
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Ground floor: sitting room with french windows on to slate terrace and woodland view; kitchen/dining room with high ceiling, original beams and farmland view, modern fittings; pantry; double bedroom; shower room/WC; hall; lobby. All ground floor wheelchair accessible. First floor: two twin bedrooms with original beams; landing; WC. Cot available on request. Electricity, gas, CH & one load logs included; radio & digital TV; DVD player; washing machine/dryer; microwave; fridge; freezer; spring water supply UV filtered; organic cotton bedlinen provided. Smoking outside. Pets welcome but dogs must be kept away from the sheep in neighbouring farms. Ample parking. Shops 1 mile.
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Walking – from the door 2 mile nature trail to see wild flowers, stream, oak woods, lake, birds and panorama view of Dyfi estuary. Longer walks further afield: Cadair Idris (8 miles), Tarren Hendre and Cwm Maethlon (3 miles) ; Machynlleth (1 mile) – unspoilt market town with independent shops, swimming pool, Y Tabernacl arts centre, Owain Glyndwr Centre, pubs and restaurants ; Mountain bike trails from Machynlleth ; Centre for Alternative Technology (3 miles) - displays and activities on renewable energy and sustainable living ; Seaside - Aberdyfi (8 miles) with 5 miles of sandy beach, Yacht Club, watersports ; Children’s activities - Talyllyn Steam Railway with Thomas the tank engine, King Arthur’s Labyrinth, Corris Mine Explorers, pony trekking, Machinations playbarn•Birdwatching – RSPB Ynyshir nature reserve (6 miles), Osprey Project (6m), Red Kite Safaris (book in advance) ; Golf: Aberdyfi, Harlech (top championship courses in N Wales), Borth, Machynlleth. ; Fishing - book in advance through the New Dyfi Fishing Association ; Machynlleth Festival - last week in August with art & music (welsh choral, folk, jazz, classical).
Location AccessHouse Machynlleth
The cottage is 1 mile from train and bus stations in Machynlleth and we are happy to meet you there on arrival if you request. For journeys by road, the cottage is 105 miles from Birmingham (about 2 hrs 20 min), or 57 miles from Shrewsbury (1hr 15 mins). The cottage is 8 miles from the coast and sandy beaches at Aberdyfi and 8 miles from Cadair Idris.