Property code: 85955
A beautifully crafted and designed property, secluded in the rolling hills of West Wales, less than 15 miles from the stunning coastline. A worthy retreat for any romantic getaway.
Tucked away on private land, surrounded by farmland, hills, and rivers, this location is perfect for walkers and cyclists with a variety of trails mapped out from your doorstep. The local village of Felindre, less than 1 mile away, has a few shops and places for food and a ‘must visit’ wool museum that shows off the area’s industrial heritage of wool manufacturing. Just 3 miles away, you can discover the castle ruins in the market town of Newcastle Emlyn and for seaside fun head to Aberporth Beach which has two sheltered sandy beaches and a lovely coastal path to nearby Tresaith Beach, both within a 14-mile radius.
As you arrive at this lovely little bolthole you will be captured by its charm and craftsmanship, which continues to delight you as you enter the property. The ground-floor living space has everything you need to make your romantic stay a relaxing experience. You have a toasty wood burner, which also doubles as a wood oven with a hot plate for those romantic evenings. Choose from three seating areas, including the dining table, a large, restful sofa, or two characteristic wooden chairs complete with local Welsh wool blankets. Should you feel the need to connect with the outside world, you do have access to a Smart TV and Wi-Fi. The kitchenette is well equipped with gas burners, microwave, toaster, kettle, and some gorgeous local hand-crafted crockery sitting on the Welsh dresser. The final element on the ground floor is the large wet room including WC. Now it’s time to venture up the stunning hand-crafted staircase to enjoy those 360-degree panoramic views through the bespoke glass dome and find your snuggly bed for the night, which is a thick mattress laid on the mezzanine floor with squishy duvet and blankets, making it an absolute delight for stargazing.
Outside you can park up to two vehicles next to the roundhouse and there is a bistro set to enjoy al fresco dining. On the weekends, a pop-up vegan/vegetarian restaurant (to be booked in advance) can be found on site, offering a three-course menu using locally sourced ingredients.