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Sarah - verified booking
"Upon arriving at Pen Copi we were so delighted to see that the cottage was set in a large paddock and the front elevation overlooks fantastic uninterrupted views of the snow top mountains and open landscape. The cottage is absolutely beautiful. Good sized rooms which are nice and cosy. Perfect for a family of 4 + 1 dog. Towels and bed linen provided were lovely and clean. Fluffy towels! And the bed linen smelt fresh. I have to say the beds were very comfortable. The open fire was brilliant, the fire was set up for the first night so just needed lighting BUT no matches provided to light it. Luckily the Tesco delivery man was a smoker so we ambushed him. We had a Tesco delivery so we didn’t need to go out shopping for food but the local village does have a Spar. Beautiful walks locally. We liked Hafren Forset the most. Gorgeous waterfalls, streams which form from the River Severn. The few down sides-•No matches provided to light the fire. (Not on arrival)•1 pot on the left hand side of the fire (cast iron). We lifted the lid to see if matches were in side it but no, the putrid smell that hit us in the face from inside the pot was awful. It smelt of stale urine. We had to put the pot outside! •No baking trays provided. However there is 1 roasting tray but with a family of 4 this wasn’t enough. •1 plastic spatula provided, when making pancakes this item was inadequate as it started to melt. A metal spatula would be an added benefit!•Cobwebs - I know it’s a 17th Century cottage but the cobwebs that are in corners above beds and in the the bathroom would be easy to reach with a feather duster. •Bathroom (Downstairs)The paint work needs attention. It’s cracked and peeling in places. Possibly due to lack of ventilation when the shower is used. Maybe benefit from a fan or trickel vent. •Light Bulb- The wall light fitting in the kitchen to the left of the fridge freezer has 1 bulb out. It would have been an added benefit if blankets for the lounge were provided for evenings to make it even more cosy."
Edwards - verified booking
"very low beams over doorways. 5ft! and some angled! hit head five times over 3nights. bad cuts. bathroom lock sgarp edges cut thumb open. back bedroom very creepy.felt creepy atmosphere. kitchen utensils very poor and ancient.heating on constantly and unable to open tiny low windows. outside night lights should be on permanent in the night and not acting on sensor only. as its pitch black outside cottage.driveway.very loose gravel and on a very very steep gradient. van tyres had trouble getting traction. wouldnt stay again if it was £100pw . felt like a half completed project.doorwars need to be addressed.very hazardous and unsafe sharp edged beams. you are constantly walking around with a stoop or hunched over position as every room has very low doorways. and so easily you can forget and hit your head on solid oak beams.gad blood pouring from my cuts.not gd at all. poir location as tio much off the beaten track. takes alot of fuel going up and down the hills and bends. much better to find something in carno or carcews that would be on flatter ground. poor property. would not receommend in any way. have to pick keys up from landlady and hand back to landlady when leaving. inconvient if your then packed early and waiting around to leave. steps to property very narrow. not suitable for children this property and not suitable if your over 5ft tall! air in cottage was stiffling and claustraphobic. better off staying in a caravan and saving your money. fuel and sanity! creepy atmosphere generally in cottage and very below health and safety regarding very very low beams. and mind the bathroom lock. sharp edges will cut your fingers as it sticks open and closed.stayed in many cottages this would be the worst one i have ever experienced. beautiful area that i know well. but stay elsewhere!"
Julie - verified booking
"We had another excellent break here, our 3rd time! We stayed for a week in February. We had a 2 bedroom lodge, with an amazing view across the valley. There are only a handful of lodges on the site and they are well spaced out and private. The site is very peaceful and quiet. There is parking right next to your lodge. It was well furnished with comfortable furniture, beds and a well equipped kitchen. There is a small amount of tea and coffee, a few dishwasher tablets and washing up liquid, but no other provisions. So come prepared. It was warm and cosy, the little electric fire was handy for a quick boost.We loved the hot tub, very clean and warm. It was well looked after by our hosts every day. It can be used between 8am and 8pm, which was fine for us as the weather was too cold later in the evening anyway. The sauna was a lovely space to relax in too, very easy to use. I can’t praise Ann and Paul enough, they work very hard at making sure you have a great holiday. They are very welcoming and helpful. The pub in the village does good meals and the fish and chip shop is excellent. With 2 small shops in the village you can get most essentials.The area is beautiful with plenty of stunning walks and wildlife to watch. I would highly recommend this area and this accommodation."
Charlotte - verified booking
"We had a wonderful stay in Trisant. The cottage was very cosy and homely, but with plenty of space and all the facilities we needed.The only reason I haven't rated full marks for location and local amenities is because it is fairly in the middle of nowhere (in terms of being able to walk to things) but that's what we wanted! So it really does depend on the type of stay you are looking for. Having said that, it is about 20 minutes drive to Aberystwyth and 5 minutes from Devils Bridge. Also the surrounding fields are beautiful and in nice weather would make the perfect setting for a country walk. A few touches by the owners really made us feel welcome - a cake on arrival and teabags and milk waiting for us. We did walk into a couple of the beams but they are so beautiful that the headache was worth it!Overall would highly recommend this cottage for anyone looking for a quiet, cosy break!"
JudgeCludge - verified booking
"I booked the Old Court House as a last minute break for the family, and on arrival we were not dissapointed. The old cells are still in place which the kids found facinating. I advise anyone who is thinking about booking this accommodation to do it, dont mess around, you will not regret it. We ordered our groceries from Tesco and they arrived at the time slot we booked, this saved us loadibg the car with food. Rhayader has many fine eating places and there is a pub opposite which can be loud on a Saturday but all quiet from 12.30am. Aberystwyth is a good 1 hour drive with Cardiff being reached in around 2 hours. We did not park the car as suggested by the owner as the street was not very well lit, we used the street directly opposite without any problem or issue. Book and Enjoy."