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Living room | Grofftau Cottages - Awel Y Mynydd, Pontrhydfendigaid, nr. Tregaron
Barn conversion
Pontrhydfendigaid, near Tregaron
OY3

Grofftau Cottages - Awel Y Mynydd

  • Sleeps up to 4
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • Up to 1 pet allowed
Pets stay free
Luxury
Wifi
Car parking on site
A warm welcome awaits at this lovingly converted barn which enjoys a village setting and wonderful views.
Step to entrance (with ramp access). All on the ground floor.
Open plan living space: With beams and slate floor.
Living area: With wood burner, 32" Freesat TV and DVD player.
Dining area.
Kitchen area: Farmhouse-style with microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedoom 1: With double bed and oak floor.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds and oak floor.
Bathroom: With freestanding roll-top bath, shower attachment and toilet.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack. Private Patio at front. 1 small dog welcome. Bike store (shared with OY4). Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: The property has a natural water supply from spring.
The semi-detached barn conversions of Awel Y Mynydd (ref OY3) and Golygfar Mynydd (ref OY4), meaning Mountain Breeze and Mountain View respectively, have been lovingly created by the neighbouring owners to provide luxurious holiday accommodation in a wonderful setting on their working sheep farm, taking full advantage of the stunning views and total tranquillity of the rolling hills and Cambrian Mountains, where there is an abundance of wildlife and red kites. At night time, this is an ideal spot for star gazing. Featuring exposed stonework, beams, slate flooring, bespoke oak kitchens, luxury roll top baths and cosy wood-burning stoves, these holiday homes are a perfect base at any time of year. A warm Welsh welcome is assured by the owners, or ‘Croeso Cynnes’ as the locals say.
About 1 mile away lies Strata Florida Abbey, the remains of a medieval Cistercian abbey, founded in 1164. The preserved ruins of its church and cloisters are open to visitors. Beside it are the burial grounds where celebrated Welsh poet and writer Dafydd ap Gwilym and several Welsh princes are buried. The village of Pontrhydfendigaid offers pubs serving meals and village shop for essentials. Nearby, historic Tregaron has an award-winning pub and restaurant, the Welsh Gold Centre renowned for handmade, Celtic-inspired jewellery, Welsh tea room and art exhibition, and is a ‘Walkers are Welcome’ town. The annual Bro Tregaron Walking Festival is held in May, and the town is also as a centre for horse trotting and carriage racing. Tregaron also holds festivals to honour Twm Sion Cati, who originated from the region and is celebrated as the ‘Robin Hood of Wales’. The town itself was a strategic point for drovers taking animals from west Wales to markets in England - they were driven overland through the Cambrian Mountains to markets in London and even as far as Kent. The Tregaron to Abergwesyn mountain road was originally the first stage of the drover’s route, now a stunning scenic drive.
The Cambrian Mountains and Tywi Forest are a paradise for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders, where trails lead to the Strata Florida Abbey, Cwm Doethie, Elan Valley, Llanddewi Brefi, Cors Caron, Soar-y-Mynydd and picturesque Llyn Brianne Reservoir, all renowned for their breathtaking views. Guided walks are available through the Cambrians including Hinterland walks, exploring the locations used in the well-known TV detective series. The wonderful Cors Caron Nature Reserve, set between Tregaron and Pontrhydfendigaid covers over 2,000 acres and comprises three raised bogs built up from deep layers of peat that have taken around 12,000 years to form. It is a wild landscape made accessible by a network of boardwalks that enable visitors to get right into the heart of varied habitats, with over 170 species of birds having been recorded. Within walking distance are the remote lakes of Teifi Pools - Llyn Egnant, Llyn Hir and Llyn Teifi surrounded by open moorland; the lakes are renowned for their quality brown trout, and angling permits are available locally. Within ½ mile lies an ancient holy healing well connected with medieval religious foundations and miraculous healing powers. For walkers, the 21-mile Ystwyth Trail follows some parts of the old Great Western Railway line, connecting Aberystwyth with Tregaron, and Lampeter with Devils Bridge. Within an easy drive is the Ceredigion Heritage coastline with its coastal path and golden beaches, or enjoy dolphin watching, boat trips and visiting colourful seaside towns and villages such as Aberaeron, New Quay and Aberystwyth.
After a day exploring this magical area, the serene environment makes the perfect place in which to relax and unwind. Beach 17 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2¾ miles.

Awel Y Mynydd (OY3) and Golygfa’r Myndd (OY4) can be booked together to accommodate up to 10 guests.

Awards

    Awarded for achieving an overall rating of 4.75 or higher

    Customers' Choice 2019, 2020

Features

Barbecue
Barn Conversion
Cot Available
Cycle Store
Dishwasher
Ground Floor Facilities
Grouped Property
Highchair Available
Luxury
Open Fire or Woodburner
Open Plan
Parking - On Site
Pets Allowed
Pets Free of Charge
Rural
Washing Machine
Welcome Pack
Wi-Fi
Woodburning Stove
Working Farm

Location

Good to know

Check in and check out times

  • Arrive after 17:00
  • Depart before 09:00

Pets

  • 1 pet allowed

Car parking

  • On-site

What's included?

  • Wifi
  • Electricity
  • Bed linen
  • Towels

Smoking

  • No smoking, please

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