As featured in 'The Times', delight in an historic 17th century Grade II listed property surrounded by achingly-beautiful scenery. Absolutely perfect for large groups wanting to explore Wales’ more rugged side, this lavish house oozes warmth and charm. Regal in stance and decorated with lush furnishings and rich tones, you are sure to feel like royalty in your own wild kingdom.
Part Tudor, part Elizabethan, fantastic original period features are a theme throughout. From the gorgeous exposed beams to the fireplace overlooked by the family shield, to the original floors and beam-door-lock, the character is bursting at the seams. Whilst staying true to its roots, modern touches have been subtly incorporated throughout so you can enjoy ultimate comfort in this luxurious accommodation. Create a delicious meal in the stylish kitchen and later watch a film in front of the fire in the lounge. Well-equipped and with ample space for everyone, you will be able to find your own quiet corner to cuddle up with a book or enjoy shared family spaces to talk, laugh and catch up. With a pretty walled garden, the property’s fifth bedroom is found in the stunning Gatehouse, which dates back to 1623. Please note the caretakers are on site though privacy is assured.
A sheer natural paradise, the property is surrounded by 500 acres of farmland, ancient woodland, lakes and mountain ranges. An idyllic location for hiking and exploring, there is a feast for the eyes at every turn. The gateway to Snowdonia, countless trails, waterfalls and activities are waiting to be discovered. Once you’ve had your fill of exploration and are in need of a reward, the dog-friendly village pub, the Giler Arms, is less than a mile away, serving a fine selection of food and drink including award-winning real ales.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.