You can book this property from:
- £600 per week
- £86 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Pet
- Private Parking
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 double bed
- 1 single bed
- Washing machine
- 2 bathrooms
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Travel cot
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 33 miles
- Pub 1.2 miles
- Shop 2.75 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Games room
- Hot tub
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
- Ground floor WC
Important - please note
- No more than 1 pet
- Check in: 3pm
- Check out: 10am
Brynderwen is a beautiful stone former farmhouse in a secluded rural location, at the end of a no through lane, with stunning far-reaching views over the Mid Wales countryside from all principal rooms. The house has been recently renovated to a very high standard, with quality furnishings and fittings and attention to detail. There is also an excellent range of facilities at the property – TV lounge with Smart TV, hot tub and table tennis table – so you may not want to venture far once you have arrived at this peaceful, relaxing holiday base! Dog friendly, too – but beware! sheep in the neighbouring fields are your nearest neighbours.
Brynderwen is a detached stone cottage, with electric radiators throughout and water from a natural spring (passed safe for drinking); WiFi is available.
Entrance Porch/Cloakroom: with WC; space for storing coats and boots and wiping down wet or muddy dogs!
Snug: the original, large hallway, with a quiet reading area in the former fireplace and beautiful oak staircase rising to the first floor.
Sitting Room: with comfortable seating, wood burning stove in the huge, beamed stone inglenook fireplace, flat screen TV, WiFi.
Kitchen: with fitted units, wall plate racks, Belfast sink, electric double oven, induction hob, extractor hood, microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. Kitchen open to:
Dining Room: with some lovely stone wall details, dining table and six chairs. Oak staircase down to:
TV Lounge: in the former cellar, with slate and stone walls, large wall-mounted flat screen Smart TV with built-in DVD player, sofa and easy chairs. The freezer is also situated here.
Master Bedroom 1: with king size bed, chest of drawers, hairdryer, feature stone wall and beam detail; lovely rural views.
En Suite Shower Room: with electric shower in large shower enclosure with lovely views! Contemporary tiling, WC and basin.
Bedroom 2: double bed, chest of drawers, hairdryer, clothes hanging alcove, beam detail; rural view.
Bedroom 3: a good sized single bedroom, with some sloping ceilings but generally good headroom, chest of drawers, hairdryer; rural view to the rear of the property.
Please note that bedroom three is situated close to the top of the stairs and there is one further step up from here to the other bedrooms and family shower room.
Family Shower Room: with shower, WC and basin; countryside view.
Outside: patio with picnic bench and barbecue. Hot tub with wonderful views. Adjacent barn is owners’ storage, but with undercover area to one side with table tennis and bike rack for securing bikes.
Please note that for 2018 bookings, the grounds will not be fully established.
Parking: Gravelled parking and turning space for two or three vehicles.
Brynderwen provides everything you need for a relaxing or energetic holiday, with excellent local walking: Glyndwr's Way public footpath runs alongside the property. It is 1.2 miles to the Cann Office Hotel (pub offering meals and Sunday Carvery), in Llangadfan, and the village of Llanerfyl has a petrol station/shop, 2.75 miles away. Further facilities are available in the small market town of Llanfair Caereinion, 8 miles away, where you can catch a steam train on the Welshpool – Llanfair Caereinion Light Railway, for a picturesque ride down the valley to Welshpool. Welshpool, the ‘gateway to Wales’, has a larger range of shops and supermarkets, pubs and restaurants, as well as Powis Castle (NT). There are good local walks and fishing in the area. Lake Vyrnwy, with RSPB Nature Reserve and visitor centre, 9 miles. It is also just 8 miles to the south eastern edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Dolgellau is 22 miles away, with Mallwyd (home of the historic Brigands’ Inn pub), Dinas Mawddwy (Merion Mill woollen mill shop, gifts and café) and Cross Foxes Inn (another excellent pub/restaurant) en route.
Electricity and heating included; initial basket of logs provided
Bed linen and towels provided
Travel cot, highchair and stairgates available
Wow! That was our first impression when we arrived at this beautiful house. The owners have done a most wonderful job. The quality and finish of the fixtures, fittings, decoration and outside areas is of 5 star standard. All the mod-cons and home comforts you could wish for, whilst retaining original features and the integrity of a stunning farmhouse. After days of glorious sightseeing, breathtaking scenery and wonderful wildlife, what could be better than returning to the superb hot tub followed by a relaxing evening in front of the marvellous logburner? All in all, an absolutely perfect holiday - please, please, please, can we come again?!
This is a beautiful cottage! It was well equipped and cosy. Little touches like tea/coffee/cake were much appreciated. We are hoping to rebook to come again next year.
We have had an amazing half term family break celebrating Grandma & Grandad's 50th wedding anniversary. Thank you so much for the bottle of fizz to help us toast their lovely lives together. We have enjoyed every minute and hope to be back soon.
We've had a lovely long family weekend at this beautiful home-from-home. We have had some lovely walks in the beautiful surroundings and just had some real quality family time! It's been amazing and we will be coming back soon.
What a truly wonderful week! You have clearly thought of everything with this house! It was so comfortable and had everything we needed to have a lovely relaxed break. Loved how child friendly the accommodation was, especially the child gates, and that we were able to let the dogs out and not worry! The hot tub and table tennis was great as we didn't venture out in the evening! We will definitely be returning and recommencing your lovely home to friends and family. If you are looking for a home-away-from-home then Brynderwen is definitely the place to come! Thank you so much.
Thank you for a wonderful stay in your beautiful cottage. The logburner made for a very cosy evening and the hot tub was exceptional, especially after a hard day climbing Snowdon. The cottage is beautifully furnished and well equipped with comfy beds and sofas. The owners have been more than accommodating and nothing seemed like too much trouble. The secluded location makes for breath-taking views and the sheep were lovely neighbours. The directions we were given prior to arrival were top notch and incredibly helpful. Thank you again for having us for our girly weekend. We hope to be back very soon.
Fantastic cottage, the best we have stayed in.
We have enjoyed a wonderful relaxing week in your beautiful home-from-home. We feel privileged to have been some of your first guests and that we got to see your home in such pristine condition. The cosy lounge with its log burner and a glass of Bubbles-in-bubbles was most welcome after long days out. We absolutely loved the remoteness and serenity of Brynderwen, with our only neighbours being the sheep! Thank you for the warm welcome, fresh flowers and cake. This has been our best UK holiday experiences and we look forward to returning again soon.
We had a wonderful stay in a lovely cottage. We loved going to Bounce Below - it was great fun. Local walks around Lake Vyrnwy and the Rhiwargor Waterfall walk. Great cycle routes in Dyfnant Forest. We stumbled across a lovely quiet estate called Gregynog. The Aqueduct's near Pontcysyllte was interesting to see. Relaxing in the hot tub and playing table tennis has been fantastic. Great holiday with lovely memories. Thanks for everything.