A Grade II listed 18th century barn conversion opposite an historic old watermill in the centre of Furnace village, 6 miles from Machynlleth.
This cottage provides comfortable, character holiday accommodation including vaulted ceilings with a wealth of exposed beams, and some exposed stone walls.
Set over one floor, the cottage has a king-size double bedroom, a family bedroom, two excellent walk-in shower rooms, a kitchen, a utility and a very large character sitting room with a woodburner-effect gas stove, perfect for relaxing after an exciting day out.
Outside is a gravelled garden, perfect for dining alfresco while planning the next day's activities, along with a front courtyard where you can admire the mountain views.
This cottage is ideal for families or friends who wish to holiday in a beautiful part of Wales with so much to explore.
Furnace is surrounded by lovely countryside including the picturesque Artists Valley, famous Ynys Hir RSPB reserve, as well as the lovely lakes of Llyn Conach and Llyn Dwfn.
This is a wonderful location for walking, mountain biking and watersports with the Ceredigion coastline, including the Ynys Las sand dunes and seaside resort of Borth, a short drive away.
Discover historic Machynlleth, the fascinating Centre for Alternative Technology, exciting King Arthur's Labyrinth or spend the day on the Tal-y-Llyn Railway or in the delightful harbour village of Aberdovey, with its pubs, restaurants and lovely sandy beach.
Then at the end of each day, return to this welcoming cottage, ideal at any time of the year.
This cottage can be booked with ref 956380, and can sleep up to 7 people.
About the location
Machynlleth 6 miles; Borth 8 miles; Aberdovey 16 miles.
The small village of Furnace was named after the historic Dyfi Furnace which was used from the 1750’s to the 19th century, firstly to refine silver and later to smelt iron. Today the real-life furnace still stands on the Einion River. The village’s scenic surroundings include the lovely Artists Valley and the famous Ynys Hir RSPB reserve, which boasts a breeding pair of Ospreys and was the location of the BBC programme Springwatch, as well as the lovely lakes of Llyn Conach and Llyn Dwfn. This is a wonderful location for walking, mountain biking and watersports, as within 8 miles is the wonderful Ceredigion Heritage Coast which includes the Ynys Las sand dunes and the seaside resort of Borth. Discover historic Machynlleth, the old capital of Wales, the fascinating Centre of Alternative Technology or the exciting King Arthur’s Labyrinth Underground Experience. Or, enjoy a good day out on the Tal-y-Llyn Railway and at the delightful harbour village of Aberdovey with its variety of pubs and restaurants, lovely sandy beach and golf course.