- £2,799 per week
- £400 per night
- 17 Guests
- 4 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- 4 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 5 king/super-king beds
- 3 single beds
- Bunk beds to sleep 3
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 5 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 10 miles
- Pub 1 mile
- Shop 3 miles
- Games room
- Hot tub
- Walk-in shower
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
This beautiful 5* conversion with hot tub is set in 13 acres of private grounds and woodland. Beautifully styled and furnished this property boasts features including vaulted beamed ceilings and original stonework.
Cambrian is perfect for family, friends or a group celebration. With a spacious open aspect design it is warm and welcoming. In the heart of this airy home, the sumptuous sitting room has a cosy log burner and squidgy sofa’s; great for wiggling your toes in front of the fire, and chilling.
A roomy dining space makes meal times a real pleasure, enjoy lazy breakfasts, catch up on a good book and sit down to an evening feast together.
The bespoke fitted kitchen has all the mod cons you will need to rustle up snacks to take with you to the hot tub or cook up a storm and prepare a celebratory dinner.
A shared Great Hall with soaring beams, glazed lantern roof and floor to ceiling picture window welcomes you to your idyllic 5* rural retreat. Natural light floods in with unobstructed panoramic views, use this dramatic space to mingle, play the piano or use the 6ft x 5ft Wi-Fi enabled screen for a movie night. From the Great Hall access the communal games room with American billiards, table tennis and board games – great whatever the weather.
Cambrian is accessed from the Great Hall, with doors onto a slate patio area on three sides. Dine alfresco, have a picnic in the grounds or fire up the barbecue and chat under the stars.
The accommodation comprises:
Sitting Room: with views over patio, fields and hills; three large sofas, easy chair, bean bag, log burner, Smart TV and Netflix.
Dining Room: with long table, pew seating to one side and plenty of chairs to seat everyone together.
Kitchen: Your bespoke fitted kitchen has a commercial grade 6 ring gas hob/ oven range, microwave, fridge, freezer, dish washer and washer/dryer. To make your life easy electricity, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils are included.
Bedrooms: The 4 bedrooms which can accommodate up to 16 guests offer a combination of hill and moorland views in luxury and style. Every bedroom is airy, has a SMART TV with Netflix and ample storage. Private en suite wet rooms off each one has a Grohe shower, LED illuminated cabinet, sink and toilet. Crisp cotton bed linen, plumphy pillows, duvets, throws, towels and hairdryers included.
Bedroom One: (ground floor) with single bunk over super king size bed; en suite. Disabled friendly, there is direct access out to the Welsh slate patio.
Bedroom Two: (ground floor) with single bunk over super king size bed and a separate single bed; en suite.
Bedroom Three: (first floor) with super king size or twin, super king with custom single over bunk; comfy seating area with two tub chairs; en suite has twin showers and sinks.
Bedroom Four: (first floor) with super king size or twin and two single beds; comfortable seating area cane armchair and sofa; en suite has twin showers and sinks.
Bathroom: (first floor) with bath, WC, basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
There are doorstep walks from this beautiful barn that lead to the stunning Devil’s Bridge and the Coed Rheidol National Nature Reserve, 1 mile away.
Drive to sandy Ynys Las Beach 12 miles away, a hidden treasure loved by locals. Take a cycle ride into the Cambrian Mountains or visit Bwlch Nant yr Arian with its breath taking red kite feeding station, all ability trails, visitor centre and café.
Try some retail therapy in quirky Aberaeron, a stunning coast drive away, with independent shops, great choice of eateries and the famous honey ice cream. Or head the 10 miles into bustling Aberystwyth laden with history, a promenade and beach.
In Machynlleth visit the Corris Craft Centre with the award-winning artisan botanical gins at the Dyfi Distillery, explore King Arthur’s Labyrinth and head out to the unique Centre for Alternative Technology.
In Cambrian House, soak up magical views over undulating fields and forests, while you luxuriate in modern comfort.
Electricity, heating and Wi-Fi included
Bed linen, towels and tea towels included
Luxury Myddfai toiletries
Complimentary Welcome Pack includes tea, coffee, sugar, milk, sponge, cloth, toilet rolls and washing up liquid
A VIPooch welcome pack with water bowl, dog blanket, dog bed and welcome biscuits is provided for guests with dogs
Shared access to Great Hall, games facilities and swim/spa 10-seater hot tub
Free parking onsite
There is a convenience store 3 miles away in Ponterwyd open until 11pm. Alternatively you can online order an Asda delivery (to time with your arrival) or shop at major supermarkets and independent stores in Aberystwyth.
If you prefer not to cook, enjoy meals and snacks at The Hafod Hotel, 1 mile away. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes in Aberystwyth itself, and options in the nearby villages of Talybont and Pontrhydfendigaed.
Explore the Devil's Bridge Falls, a place of outstanding natural beauty, 1 mile away. Ramble along woodland walks and discover the Coed Rheidol National Nature Reserve, where otters are often spotted along the Rheidol River. The Rheidol Cycleway takes you through beautiful scenery; or jump aboard a narrow-gauge steam locomotive on the Vale of Rheidol railway, which runs from Devil’s Bridge to Aberystwyth and the quaint Two Hoots café.
Meander around the lovely Georgian Park at the Hafod Estate, built by Thomas Johnes a mere 3 miles away; watch the regal, flamboyant red kites feed at Bwlch Nant yr Arian with its all ability trails and eco-friendly visitor centre.
Vibrant Aberystwyth is a scenic 10-mile drive away with plenty of retail opportunities including independent stores and an M&S. For something different try the National Library of Wales with rare Welsh manuscripts, or the Aberystwyth Mystery Trail.
Featured in BBC's Springwatch, the Ynys Hir RSPB Reserve is based near Machynlleth, a town famous for the national Welsh hero Owain Glyndwr's 1404 parliament. MOMA Wales (Museum of Modern Art), the underground King Arthur’s Labyrinth and interesting Centre for Alternative Technology are also based in Machynlleth.
The pretty fishing village of Aberaeron with its independent shops and eateries is 25 miles away along a coastal road fringed by the ever-changing sea.
Explore the mystical Silver Mountain Experience or the Magic Life of the Butterfly House, both attractions suitable for younger children and teenagers.