Ty Haf is a delightful stone cottage based in Carno, Wales, situated in the owner's caravan park.
Internally, the property has been renovated into a stylish holiday home, while still retaining its original features, such as the exposed beams and a feature brick pillar.
The open-plan living area allows for everyone to get together and discuss plans for how to spend your time in Mid Wales while either relaxing into the sumptuous seating or pouring over maps and guides around the table, and with so much to see and do along this part of Wales, you really will have to plan your days.
Cook up a delicious meal in the kitchen and gather around the dining table in the lounge to discuss the events from the day over a bottle of wine.
Offering two bedrooms, one double and one twin, with a ground floor family shower room.
The site has access to the on-site facilities at the caravan park, including a games room with table tennis and a pool table, plus an outdoor pool and a children's play area, there's so much to do within a minute's walk from your holiday cottage.
Tempting though it might be to spend your whole break here soaking it all in, there’s a huge choice of things to do to suit all ages and tastes.
Take part in all manner of walking, cycling, sport and leisure activities, as well as easy access to theatres, museums, galleries and arts centres.
Let's not forget the abundance of historical architecture in the area, including castles and country homes.
Ty Haf is a wonderful base for exploring all Mid-Wales has to offer.
About the location
Caersws 5 miles; Llanbrynmair 6 miles; Newtown 11 miles.
Carno is a small village between Caersws and Llanbrynmair in the Mid Wales county of Powys.
Carno boasts a local shop and pub and is best known for its connection to Laura Ashley whose first factory was in the village.
Nearby Caersws sits on the River Severn and the village offers a railway station, church and shop, pubs, butcher and a Post Office.
Just eleven miles away is the market town of Newtown, where you will find a number of shops, pubs, museums and an art gallery.
This scenic part of Mid Wales boasts many outdoor activities too, including walking, cycling and fishing along with a nearby clay pigeon shooting centre (of international repute) and a rally centre run by championship rally drivers.
If you prefer a spot of history whilst staying in the area, the ruins of the ancient Motte and Bailey castles situated close by in the beautiful old county town of Montgomery, or the ruins of Dolforwyn Castle in the hills above the village of Abermule are well worth visiting.
Visit the world-famous Powis Castle and Garden, often frequented by Prince Charles, or Aberdovey on the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline, a paradise for watersport enthusiasts, is within an hour’s drive.
An excellent place to stay, whatever your interests..