2 Bedrooms

Sleeps 4

Does this property accept dogs? - Yes

All properties on Pets are welcome accept dogs.

Pets are accepted on the understanding that they are always kept under control and exercised off the premises. They should be kept out of bedrooms and off the furniture and they must never be left in the property unattended.

Please remember to include all the pets that will be accompanying you at the time of booking so that the property owner is expecting you and your pet.

Where there is a charge for taking your pet, this will be made clear on the property owners' website, and at the time of booking.

When all you need is to escape, relax and climb off the treadmill, Troedrhiwfawr (meaning Foot Of The Hill) is waiting for you. A charming and secluded cottage in the heart of rural Wales. This pretty retreat enjoys stunning mountain views and is just around the corner from the Elan Valley. Perfect for both a romantic escape or a family holiday.

Enter into the cosy sitting room complete with a warming wood burning stove set within a feature exposed stone wall. A useful boot room/study provides storage and desk space, and leads into the bright and well-equipped kitchen, a spacious room with plenty of room for the dining table. A stable door looks out onto the pretty terrace, where you can fire up the barbecue and enjoy al-fresco dining surrounded by beautiful views of the forestry. To the front of the property is another garden, perfect for enjoying the sunshine. Stairs from the sitting room lead to the first floor where both bedrooms are well-appointed, each having their own en-suite shower room. Bedroom one enjoys dual aspect windows; and pretty bedroom two boasts characterful exposed beams with twin single beds, perfect for children or adults alike.

The cottage is close to both cycle and hiking routes and is adjacent to an area owned by The Woodland Trust. Pack an picnic and head to the nearby Cwm Rheidol Reservoir, a stunning space to enjoy the twinkling waters and surrounding countryside.

The River Rheidol (Afon Rheidol in Welsh) is 19 miles in length with a catchment area covering 73 square miles. It rises in the headwaters of the Nant y Moch reservoir on the western edge of Plynlimon and then flows south through the village of Ponterwyd on the main Aberystwyth to Rhayader road. Continuing south-westwards through ancient Welsh Oak woodlands, the Afon Rheidol joins with the Afon Mynach. The river descends one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Wales at Pontarfynach (Devil's Bridge). Below these waterfalls, the river passes the abandoned workings of the Cwm Rheidol lead mine. The remainder of the meandering course of the river is through an ever-widening valley before reaching the sea at Aberystwyth.

With all this at your disposal, not to mention the rare and, welcomed by some, absence of WiFi, you can be sure of peace, tranquillity and rejuvenation.

This holiday at a glance

Sleeps four guests. Romantic retreat. Two en-suite bedrooms, one double and one twin. Superb, far reaching mountain views. Surrounded by soft rolling hills and lush green valleys. Wood burning stove. Enclosed rear garden with pretty terrace, garden furniture and a charcoal barbecue. Children and babies welcome. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. One well-behaved dog welcome (small additional charge). No WiFi (please see Additional Information below). Off street parking for three cars.

Additional Information: The bedding is non-feather. Please be aware, there is a steep bank to rear of the property. Bicycle lean to and log store is to the rear of the property. Barbecue provided, please leave the barbecue in the condition you would wish to find it. Thank you in advance. As the property is in a remote and scenic area, there is no WiFi at the property, however guests using EE Network should be able to receive a WiFi/Mobile signal.



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