The cottage has been carefully renovated by the local owner who has retained its traditional character and pleasant atmosphere throughout. The stable door opens into the hallway and into the attractive lounge diner which is spacious and full of character with open high beamed ceilings and terracotta tiled floors and features a spectacular stone chimney breast with multi-fuel stove, ideal for chilly evenings.
The lounge area is furnished with comfortable leather sofa, easy chairs, coffee table, grandfather clock, colour TV, video and CD HI Fi system, the dining area contains a pine table with matching chairs and a pine Welsh dresser. The kitchen is the old part of the cottage and it features the original beamed ceiling and Simne Fawr (inglenook) with a royal blue Rayburn cooker (that runs the central heating and hot water).
The kitchen is well equipped with limed oak fitted units, terracotta-tiled floor, combination microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and automatic washer dryer. The bathroom contains bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin and WC. The master bedroom contains a pine four poster bed and is prettily draped with light green hangings, pine wardrobe and fitted dressing table. The second bedroom contains two pine single beds, with matching furniture. Pretty bedlinen is provided for the beds which all have duvets.
A travel cot and high chair are provided. All the rugs for the cottage have been made by the Woollen Mill close-by. There is a small secluded lawned area in front of the cottage and a gravelled area to the side ideal for parking two cars. Garden furniture is provided. There is full gas central heating throughout the cottage and all gas and electricity is charged accordingly. Regrettably no pets. Towels available on request £3 per guest.
£290 - £760 based on 1 night
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