Holiday Cottages In Brithdir And Llanfachreth To Rent
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"S77884 is a lovely, and very much unique house. It is something of a rabbit warren of rooms, and there is plenty of space. The setting is lovely - a large amount of garden space, with lots of trees. It rained during our stay so we didn't use it, but there was a very nice looking set of outdoor furniture on a patio. There is a lot of equipment in the kitchen, which is great for a holiday house - lots of plateware, glasses, pots and pans etc. The dining room is a fairly long way from the kitchen, but is a large space with a lovely long glass window, a nice spot to sit and eat in. There is a table in the kitchen that seats four. The porch (mud room) was very useful for keeping wet clothes and boots out of the house. This is a house that contains a lot of stuff, so is not a place to stay if you're a minimalist! The upstairs bedrooms do share a bathroom, and that bathroom doesn't have a door, so that absolutely needs to be taken into consideration if you're a large group of people thinking of staying there! The smaller of the two rooms upstairs has two single beds, and not much other space, with a sloping roof. Very much a room for only sleeping in, and better suited to children. A great bonus was that a hot tub was installed just prior to our visit, and we enjoyed making use of that on several occasions. It was very hot, so not something you'd sit in for very long, but certainly enjoyable! Our main problem with this house is that whilst it is advertised as having wifi, which is technically does, it was incredibly weak and basically didn't work. It was enough for the occasional text message, but even things like emails and messages via facebook messenger weren't downloading at the house - they all flooded in when I connected to wifi at the pub down the road. One of our party had an important skype meeting set up for during our stay, and had to go elsewhere to do that, which was very inconvenient. I think that having the property advertised as having wifi is misleading, as it was ineffective for us."
CAROLINE - verified booking
"We spent a week here with 4 and 6 year old boys. They absolutely loved being ‘on a farm’ and seeing all the tractors, cows, sheep and sheep dogs. You really feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere, with spectacular breathtaking views all round, but in fact it’s only a mile away from a main road. I’m not that keen on single track country roads but we had no problems getting to and from the main road to the cottage so it wasn’t a downside for us at all. There was plenty of parking. The garden was great for our boys exploring and playing hide and seek. They loved the monkey puzzle tree and seeing the calf in the next field. It was really peaceful. The house itself is quirky and a proper cottage with the occasional sloping floor upstairs which added to the quaintness. The room with a cot in had blackouts which is always a bonus with children. The downstairs power shower is unexpectedly amazing for a cottage like this - no problem with water pressure. We had a lovely barbecue and enjoyed the wood burning fire in the lounge despite it being August (the weather wasn’t always kind). The internet was a bit patchy but better than you might have imagined for somewhere so remote. The kitchen was well stocked with equipment (the only thing we could have done with was some tin foil for the BBQ). The location was ideal for exploring mid Wales - we could get everywhere we needed to in under 45 minutes mostly. Looking at the Visitors book lots of families come back to this cottage many times (dozens in some cases!) so it’s clearly a real favourite."
Dorothy - verified booking
"Heather is a warm and welcoming host, calling a few days beforehand to let us know about local walks and things to do in the area. The house was warm, the beds were comfortable and the kitchen was equipped with everything you need to cook. The showers were hot and had great pressure. Heather left us with a welcome hamper, which everyone appreciated. There were 5 of us - 2 adults and 3 children (14, 12 and 10) and our elderly dog. It is a peaceful location (especially since there is no mobile reception and the WiFi is quite poor).If you have young children, there are a lot of fiddly bits in the house (ornaments / clutter) that I would worry that young curious children could destroy. The garden is not enclosed or secure. The ad says that the boundary fence in the garden may not be secure for small pets. It definitely wasn't as a ram kept visiting the property daily causing a bit of stress for our dog.The kitchen table only allows 4 to sit at it. For more than that, you can use the dining room / conservatory, but you have to carry your food through the house to get to it, which is on the other side of the house.There is a washing machine and a dryer to use. The owner asks for a discretionary charge of £2 / wash and dry. The wood burning fireplace was cosy and easy to use and an lovely feature. We had a lovely peaceful time."
Mrs Roggendorf - verified booking
"We just spent a week and it was fantastic! A remote place with a lovely little garden with stunning views of Cadair Idris, with the sound of sheep and birds in the background. There were some lovely little Welsh goodies waiting for us, which was a very nice welcome. Our kids, age 8 and 11, and we enjoyed the scramble up Cadair Idris, the Precipice and Torrent Walks and the beach in Barmouth. My husband loved the mountain bike trails at Coed Y Brenin, which also offers lovely walks and trail runs. Thank you for a perfect holiday!"
Mr Alex Peiu - verified booking
"Had a wonderful time during New Years in this beautiful cottage. The views from the sun room are fabulous to gaze at, and the isolation has allowed us to have a very relaxed time. Being accompanied by the sheep has made out stay way more interesting! The cottage is well equipped and maintained, and we had all the facilities that we required provided for us. The owner was very friendly and welcoming! We thank you for letting us stay in this fascinating and cosy place, will definitely visit again soon!"