- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
Devil's Bridge 2.5 miles. This stone-built semi-detached cottage stands in a rural location surrounded by open countryside with views of the Plynlimon (meaning five peaks) the highest point (2,467 ft) of the Cambrian Mountains. This Devil's Bridge cottage offers charming accommodation with modern facilities making it ideal for a romantic retreat or more vigorous walking holiday. The welcoming open plan living area at this Devil's Bridge cottage has a slate tiled floor, exposed beams and multi-fuel stove, which creates a cosy atmosphere throughout. The spacious rear garden has a generous lawn and summerhouse, an excellent setting for alfresco dining, whilst you enjoy the mountain view. The village of Devil's Bridge with its famous triple bridge is close by, while the beautiful Cambrian coast is only 12 miles away. This Devil's Bridge cottage is surrounded by wonderful scenic countryside, hills and mountains, which are alive with a huge variety of wildlife and perfect for exciting walks, cycle rides and fishing in the nearby Trisant lakes. This delightful Devil's Bridge cottage is ideal for a relaxing break at any time of the year.
Two bedrooms with TV/DVD: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with multi-fuel stove.
Electric central heating with multi-fuel stove in sitting area. Electric double oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel, power and starter pack for multi-fuel stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Rear lawned garden with patio area, summerhouse, furniture and BBQ. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 2.2 miles, pub 2 miles. Note: This is a traditional cottage with low ceilings on the first floor.
About the location
Aberystwyth 12 miles.
Nestling between the Cambrian Mountains and the Cardigan Bay coastline, Devil's Bridge has been a tourist attraction for centuries and was celebrated by author George Borrow who wrote Wild Wales in 1854. This famous bridge spans the Mynach, a tributary of the River Rheidol and is unique as it is actually three bridges in one, the original built around 1100, the second above this in 1753 and the third in 1903. The bridge is at a point where the River Mynach drops 90 metres (300 ft) in 5 steps down a steep and narrow ravine before it meets the River Rheidol. The set of stone steps leading down to the lowest bridge at the waterfall are known as Jacob's Ladder. The attraction offers viewing points and after the steep walk there is a hotel and cafe for refreshments. Devil's Bridge is served by the Devil's Bridge railway station on the historic narrow-gauge Vale of Rheidol Railway, which opened between Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge in 1902 and provides wonderful scenery along the ride to the coast. This whole area boasts stunning scenery and wildlife and is renowned for walking, cycling, fishing and bird watching as well as trips to the beautiful Cardigan Bay coastline with its wild cliffs and sandy beaches.