Cwmystwyth, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion
Penroc boasts a delightful location in Cwmystwyth, surrounded by beautiful countryside with magnificent views. It has a large balcony with glorious views of the Ystwyth valley. Also just a short drive from Aberystwyth.
PenrocOur holiday cottage has one twin bedroom and a double bedroom with adjoining balcony. This allows you to appreciate the beautiful view across the valley. Downstairs there is one large room with a:
Well equipped kitchen area along one wall.
A large seating area with double glazed picture windows.
A cosy living area around an attractive gas stove.
Cwmystwyth falls in a luxury dead zone for mobiles but the cottage has its own land line and 20Mbps internet.
There is a:
27 inch screen TV.
Sky FreeSat and DVD player.
Plenty of prerecorded DVDs to enjoy.
A selection of books puzzles and games are provided as well.
The kitchen has all you need for your stay. A three drawer freezer means fewer trips to the excellent Spar at Rhayader or Morrisons or M&S at Aberystwyth. Online deliveries are available from Asda or Tesco.
Pillows, duvets and electric blankets, sheets and towels are provided for each of the beds. Heating is night storage but the gas burning stove. Underfloor heating in the living area is available without extra charge.
If you require more bedrooms and a second bathroom, there is a connecting sound proofed door to the adjoining cottage. When unlocked, you can enjoy two double bedrooms and three twin bedrooms with plenty of space for ten people. For details see our other property Ty Mari on our website.
The fenced garden area is limited and shared between Ty Mari and Penroc but there is space for cars, sunbathing and a barbecue for each cottage.
Visiting Cwmystwyth & Exploring CeredigionCwmystwyth is a farming community lying by the Cambrian Mountains and the cottage looks out onto sheep grazed uplands. Below, the Ystwyth valley with its ancient hanging oaks and contemporary coniferous woodland is one of the most beautiful valleys in mid Wales. There are glorious walks along by the river with spectacular waterfalls in wetter weather. The river is just three minutes walk away.
Devil's Bridge Falls, three miles from Cwmystwyth, is a famous tourist attraction and not to be missed, although the climb is not for the frail or faint hearted. Slightly further a field is the dramatic and varied Ceredigion coastline. Between Cwmystwyth and the market town of Rhayader lies the Elan Valley. A chain of hydroelectric dams set in glorious countryside and is well worth the twenty minute drive.
Natural England manages the woodland around Cwmystwyth. The forest tracks provide a variety of walks and are particularly appreciated by dog owners as they are free of sheep. Many of the walks are way marked, but there are Ordnance Survey maps in each cottage. There are stunning views from the surrounding summits.
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Rates: £310 - £620 per week depending on season.
Maximum of 4 people.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.
Off street parking.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Pets Accepted
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire
More Availability InformationPenroc Availability Calendar
More InformationVisit the accommodation owner's website.
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To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at this accommodation
Call the owner, Dr Gareth Tuckwell on 01892 526325 or 07952 477595 or, send an email below.