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Tranquil Farmhouse with Breathtaking Views | Ffermdy-Tynrhyd

Dog FriendlyHot TubNear PubReal FireEV Charger
Mid-West Wales

This tranquil farmhouse with breathtaking views is tucked away in an idyllic rural location in Mid Wales. Stand by for a heavenly countryside retreat at this delightful dog-friendly cottage which sleeps up to 12 guests.

You'll find Ffermdy Tynrhyd in a glorious rural location close to the Mynach Falls (Devil’s Bridge Falls). Surrounded by impossibly lush, vivid countryside, it’s a real nature lover’s paradise. At just 12 miles from the beaches of Cardigan Bay, the cottage is perfectly located for exploring the Mid-Wales coast, the Brecon Beacons, and Eryri (Snowdonia). As well as the heavenly location, this tranquil farmhouse with breathtaking views boasts beautiful interiors. Rustic oak beams and gothic archways frame contemporary furnishings, high-spec tech and appliances. Digital TVs, Netflix, and free WIFI come as standard.

The top-notch accommodation at Ffermdy Tynrhyd is set over two floors. On the ground floor you’ll find a large kitchen diner, sitting room with wood burning stove, and a spacious super king bedroom which is wheelchair accessible. There is a separate shower room / wc. You’ll also find a games room downstairs. Upstairs, four further bedrooms come in a number of handy configurations, including two large family rooms with super king double and single beds, and a twin bedroom. Comfy beds are made up with crisp, quality bed linens. The views from the upstairs rooms are just wonderful.

Surrounded as it is by such beautiful natural landscapes, it’s good to know that this tranquil farmhouse with breathtaking views comes with strong eco credentials. All heating and hot water is provided by a biomass boiler, and the cottage benefits from a natural water supply. Step outside the cottage to relax in a private porticoed 8-person hot tub, or take a seat on the bespoke decking with outdoor dining space to enjoy some al fresco food or a relaxing sundowner. Beyond that, there are 13 acres of private grounds with a football field, various garden terraces, meadows, a wildlife pond, and nature trails to explore.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Hot Tub, Near Pub, Real Fire, Large Cottage, EV Charger
Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, First Aid kit, Fire extinguisher or blanket
2 Pets, Games Room, Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, Smart TV, Mobile phone reception, Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests, Cottage suitable for guests who use a wheelchair
Shared Garden, Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage
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No Welcome Pack






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This tranquil farmhouse with breathtaking views is tucked away in the most idyllic rural location in Mid Wales. You’ll find it in Ceredigion, an impossibly beautiful part of Wales, a short distance from the university town of Aberystwyth.

Nature lovers will love the proximity to Cambrian Mountains, big rolling landscapes, and nearby golden beaches. The local hills and mountains offer no end of wide ranging activities, and this part of Wales is considered to be an excellent "dark sky area" for stargazers. You’ll find one of Wales’s showstopper natural attractions on the doorstep. The Mynach Falls (Devil’s Bridge Falls) have drawn visitors to this part of the world since at least the 18th century. A spectacular 45-minute circular trail will take you to the falls through an ancient woodland gorge.

Aberystwyth, meaning the mouth of the river Ystwyth, is just 12 miles from the cottage. A university town, commonly known as ‘Aber’, it has plenty of independent shops, boutiques, and second-hand bookshops to browse. The town is a bit of a foodie’s paradise too, with no shortage of great places to eat. The Cardigan Bay Coast is home to many beautiful beaches, and it is well worth exploring both north and south. Head to the delightful seaside town of New Quay (once home and inspiration for Dylan Thomas) for brilliant boat trips and dolphin spotting.

Just 5 minutes from the house, you can jump aboard the delightful Vale of Rheidol Railway. The narrow gauge steam train hugs exciting contours, taking you through stunning rugged mountains and beautiful meadows to the coast at Aberystwyth. Ceredigion is considered to be the epicentre of Welsh Culture, and the area is awash with legends and myths. King Arthur and his Knights, the legend of Cantre’r Gwaelod, Wales’ own lost Atlantis; cheating the Devil at Llanarth and Devil’s Bridge or the ghostly monk of Strata Florida - it’s all here for the exploring!

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“We had a wonderful week away with family and friends. We stayed in the farmhouse which was roomy and comfortable. We loved sitting out in the late afternoon watching the sun set over the hill. It was a pleasure to listen to the birds and sheep every morning. We took our dog who loved the grounds and massive football field. It was such a great place for a family of all ages to get together. I highly recommend.” – Lizzie

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