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The Cwtch

(Ref. 928847)

Llanbister, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay Show on map


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  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Broadband / WiFi

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52 Customer Reviews

  • "The Cwtch was amazing!"

    ! It had a little indoor wood fire which warmed up the whole cottage once you got the fire going. The owner Debbie was very nice and very knowledgeable about the area as well. Plus we loved seeing her dog Betty. Theres alot of farm land you can walk around if you like that type of thing.not that far from the nearest town which was 15 minutes away. We are looking forward to coming back to stay!!!

    Reviewed by Luke5.0Sep 2023

  • "Idyllic cottage in a beautiful surroundings, cant wait to book again."

    Reviewed by Andrew5.0Jun 2023

  • "Really lovely cottage which is ideal for an active couple with a dog."

    Previous reviews have described the place perfectly. Very remote but adjacent to a B&B in the middle of a farm. Very cosy cottage. Owners left us alone to enjoy our break. Overall a really enjoyable break.

    Reviewed by Calvin4.4Oct 2022

  • "The Cwtch is potentially a highly desirable retreat."

    It has history, atmosphere, warmth and comfort. This is a remote cottage and when the owner in the neighbouring B&B does not respond, the absence of telephone, mobile or internet combined with the care needed on the farm track gives a sense of vulnerability. The farm yard on arrival is not especially welcoming, but going through the gate to the Cwytch was, initially, like stepping into an oasis. However, I was greeted by an empty log basket, a slightly tired wooden floor and several towels hanging off the coat stand. These were rough and not folded. I later read that these were air dried in a drive to being environmentally friendly. There was a good supply of logs in the shed so I collected some. I thought there appeared a pile of rubbish by the fire - a used disposable coffee cup, a cardboard toilet roll and some sleeves from ready meals. I read that this was environmentally friendly fire lighting material. Maybe, but I washed my hands after lighting the fire. The cottage itself was well appointed and comfortable. I removed the pile of spiders, twigs and one wasp from the outside bath only to be unable to turn the water on. The luxurious spa bath in the tasteful bathroom provided a suitable, but indoor alternative for night 1. A very comfortable sleep and a lovely day exploring the surroundings, plus a lovely outside bath on the evening of night 2. Next day was spent exploring the Elan Valley Dams. Unfortunately, on my return to the cottage (night 3) the water pressure was very low and then no water at all in the bath, spa or kitchen sink from 4.00 onwards. No response from the neighbouring B and B. I went to bed at 11.00 without even having been able to wash the dishes. Night 3 then, less than ideal. We were of course in the middle of a drought and the farm operates on borehole water. These things happen. It is more the unhelpful response of the owner and Sykes to this issue that dulls the sparkle of this potentially magical retreat. The venue is, well, as it says. The customer experience is well, how can I say this, - such that I would be unable to recommend either the Cwtch or Sykes based on the poor response to my concern over lack of water.

    It was a pleasure to host you at Cwtch. I'm upset to see you wrote that I was uncontactable when we did indeed speak most days. The drive to the Cwtch is clearly described as unsuitable to low grounding vehicles. We provided enough logs for your first night and the welcome book tells you where more free logs are stored. The wood floor is not tired, (though after 70 years it may well be) but old and has lots of history attached to it. The outside bath is cleaned between all guests but, as it is an outside bath, I do not have control over flying insects and the wind causing debris to fall into it. We were in the middle of a drought when you holidayed with us, however, you never once informed me you had a problem with the water. Our home is on the same water supply, and it did not stop once with us. Such a shame that you did not take the time to read the guest information book, which is placed on the table in sight of the door, for all guests arrival as this includes all the important information needed whilst staying and could have resolved many of the issues you encountered. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Nicholas2.2Aug 2022

  • "Television was a little complicated, although the host helped, we failed to get it working for the duration of our stay."

    Reviewed by Arwyn4.4Jul 2022

  • "Just a delightful place to stay."

    Peace and quite personified and great hosts. We will definitely be returning.

    Reviewed by Ade5.0Mar 2022

  • "The property, location and experiences were just unbeatable."

    Quiet, calm, restful and beautiful. The property was comfortable with the biggest most comfortable bed, log burner and was well equipped. The surrounding area was gorgeous with farm animals and amazing scenic walks. So much to see and do within an hour each way of the property. The hot tub was just the icing on the cake.

    Reviewed by Jacqueline5.0Oct 2021

  • "Perfect break, just what the doctor ordered."

    Would go back tomorrow if I could.

    Reviewed by Amanda5.0Sep 2021

  • "Just back from our stay at Cwtch, it's stuck in the middle of nowhere, pure bliss."

    .peace and quiet all day. The cottage is well laid out, has all you need, nearest pub was a lovely scenic hours walk away, lovely town of Rhayader was 30 mins drive. What was not to like about this wonderful cottage, recharged our batteries.

    Reviewed by Stacy5.0Jun 2021

  • "We had the loveliest time at the Cwtch, it's set in the middle of rolling countryside which meant no noise from traffic and the most beautiful views."

    It was just the holiday we were after, we left completely relaxed. Thanks so much for having us!

    Reviewed by Fiona5.0May 2021

  • "We had a lovely peaceful relaxing time here."

    There are no close amenities but that was what we wanted. Very clean, tidy and welcoming without intrusion.

    Reviewed by Heidi5.0May 2021

  • "This really is the most relaxing place - we had such a restful week, we went out walking everyday, exploring the beautiful area."

    A perfect place to relax and re-energise! Thank you :)

    Reviewed by Liz4.4May 2021

  • "1May 2021- Just back from an amazing week at The Cwtch!"

    This was probably the best equipped cottage we have been to! It was spotless on arrival (and on departure too I hope:) ). It was an idyllic week in a perfect setting and we have every hope of returning soon. Debra was extremely helpful and always smiling and helped to make the stay that more special. Regarding the 'road in' - this is a farm track for about 800 yards but with a little common sense and driving accordingly even my little Corsa had no trouble accessing the cottage. A perfect week!!

    Reviewed by George5.0Apr 2021

  • "Just back from a two-night stay."

    The cottage is lovely and the hot tub was a huge bonus. Briefly saw the owners next door but very much left alone. The bed on the mezzanine level was absolutely huge and very very comfortable. The only slight downside was no mobile phone or wife signal but this helped us relax even more. Drive 2 mins up the hill and your phone picks up 4g though so it was still easy to check no emergencies back home. Would stay here again.

    Reviewed by Spencer4.7Mar 2021

  • "Cwtch Cottage was lovely, remote and very peaceful."

    There was no phone signal and no internet ,utter bliss. Had a very relaxing few days with just sheep and cows for company. Although the cottage was next door to the B+B we didn't see anyone although the owner was around if needed. The view across the garden was spectacular. Would certainly recommend if its peace and quiet you want.

    Reviewed by Terena5.0Oct 2020

  • "Fabulous location, amazingly comfortable & very clean with friendly, helpful hosts."

    Only negative thing is the hot water wasn’t working properly and the shower was Luke warm accept for the very last day of our stay when it was actually hot! We didn’t mind as the hot tub was perfect & log burner was very toasty but we suggest the Boiler needs looking at. We would definitely stay again.

    Reviewed by Emma3.8Sep 2020

  • "Cosy quiet ,clean cottage"

    Reviewed by Shaun5.0Sep 2020

  • "Wow what can I say!"

    ! It was absolutely fabulous. The hosts were extremely welcoming and the cottage was just gorgeous. We will definitely be booking another visit to The Cwtch in the near future, it was worth every penny!!

    Reviewed by Hannah5.0Sep 2020

  • "The cottage is absolutely wonderful."

    It’s miles from anywhere which is just what we needed. The setting is beautiful Debbie the owner is really lovely and let us just enjoy our holiday but we knew she was there if we needed her The scenery is stunning and with just a little car drive you can get to some wonderful places to explore The hot tub is a lovely addition to the cottage and wonderful at night time with the views Star gazing at night is great too We really didn’t want to leave

    Reviewed by Karen5.0Sep 2020

  • "Beautiful cottage in an idyllic locations."

    Spotlessly clean and lovely decor. Views from the hot tub were amazing. Only downside is the late booking in time of 5pm and the extraordinarily early departure time of 9am which essentially shortens the holiday by a day. The excuse of extra cleaning due to covid doesn't really ring true as the whole place could easily be sanitised from top to bottom in a couple of hours, especially as the guests are required to strip beds etc.

    Reviewed by Susan4.7Sep 2020

  • "Really nice place, great views , perfect for couples"

    Reviewed by Nicole5.0Aug 2020

  • "We appreciated all the extra amenities we were given which we did not expect such as DVDs and the speaker."

    The little dogs wondering around were very cute, although be aware your shoes aren't safe hehe. The cottage itself is lovely, however due to the area the wifi is intermittent and there are lots of flies, thanks to Debra this was not a problem as she was already prepared by providing fly spray. Debra is also a very kind and approachable lady who will always have a solution to any problem you may have. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Cwtch and would visit again.

    Reviewed by Jamie4.7Aug 2020

  • "Would be better if we were able to play music by the hot tub and it would be helpful if we had instructions for the fire and the hot tub."

    Excellent location and cottage though!

    Reviewed by Bethan4.1Jul 2020

  • "Great little cottage set in a tranquail environment where you can relax and catch your breath from the busyness of life."

    Cottage is well decorated with all the utilities you could need. We enjoyed sitting in the hot tub listening to the birds and enjoying the view and were left to our own devices, owner is welcoming and values your privacy, would recommend this cottage. Only downside is that we booked and paid well in advance so alot of the things to do were closed due to the covid 19 crises but we still had a great stay.

    Reviewed by Ian4.7Mar 2020

  • "We had a 4 nights stay at The Cwtch."

    We Absolutely loved our holiday. We were provided with everything that we needed. The cottage was clean and we were impressed of her rustic beauty. The fire burner and the jacuzzi were a plus. We loved the fact that the bed it's upstairs like a balcony inside the main room. Using the jacuzzi while looking at the marvellous landscape in front of us,had a "woaw" effect. We've used the recommendation book provided by the owners for activities in the area and we've chosen to try the horse riding at the heart of wales which was a great experience and to visit the waterfall water-break-it's-neck which was incredible. Also we will go to visit the Powis castle on our way back home before leaving Wales.we were impressed by the details of the cottage and the amount of options provided of games and activities. We had complete privacy and we weren't disturbed by the fact that the owners lived in the b&b next door.In a few words,our experience was warm, memorable and lovely and we thanks the owners for that. Linda&Alex Pavel - Irthlingborough 17.03.2020

    Reviewed by Linda5.0Mar 2020

  • "Beautiful quaint cottage with a beautiful setting to enjoy an evening in the hot tub."

    Highly recommend.

    Reviewed by Davina5.0Mar 2020

  • "The cottage was lovely."

    Very clean and contained everything needed. The area was beautiful.

    Reviewed by Catherine5.0Mar 2020

  • "Just a perfect way to relax after some much needed stress at work!"

    The wifi being limited didnt even bother us.

    Reviewed by Jess5.0Aug 2019

  • "Very relaxing off beaten track."

    Hot tub fantastic. Beautiful views. A hidden gem!

    Reviewed by Debra5.0Jun 2019

  • "If you’re looking for peace and quiet look no further."

    This is a perfect place to just stop and chill for how ever long you wish. You have everything available for you to not need to leave.

    Reviewed by John4.7Jun 2019

  • "The cottage was beautiful, so cosy and relaxing."

    Just what I needed. The kitchen has everything you needed (cutlery, pot/pans, plates, fridge/small freezer), sitting infront of the log burner when it was raining outside was amazing. You had so many different films you could watch and even had board games (drinking ones too). Me and my partner had such a lovely time, the hot tub was amazing. We even met the owners dog who was so lovely and playful. I had the best time here and would recommend. The owner was also so nice and kind.

    Reviewed by Samantha4.7May 2019

  • "Very relaxing holiday,great views, cottage very cosy."

    Reviewed by Stephen5.0May 2019

  • "Our second stay at The Cwtch, after being wowed by the cottage last year."

    It certainly did not disappoint this time around. A beautiful cottage with everything you could need for a romantic weekend away, especially the gorgeous views from the hot tub. The location is lovely and peaceful and the owners are fantastic! Would highly recommend and will almost definitely be back again next year.

    Reviewed by Imo5.0May 2019

  • "Me and my partner had the most wonderful time here!"

    The house was super cosy, and the facilities were brilliant! Thank you so much again! Rachel and Neil x

    Reviewed by Rachel5.0Mar 2019

  • "(February 2019 - 2 people) 3-night stay at the Cwtch just outside of Llanbister, Wales."

    Had a fantastic time. It was great to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you're an 'outdoorsy' person, love to walk in the countryside then there are many activities and places to see all within a 30-60 minute drive. We drove out to Elan Valley, Rhayader and Llandrindod Wells during our short stay. The place itself is located off road and away from any walk of life with the owners next door who we didn't see during our stay. We had a short phone call just before both arriving and leaving just to discuss arrangement of key collection. We brought all of our own food. Cutlery, pots/pans, microwave, oven/hob and kettle are provided. I did have to give the plates and dishes a little clean before use (just out of habit). Everything was just as advertised, hot tub was incredible, they do have wi-fi but it's quite weak which is expected. Our intention was not to use this much anyway. They also have basic freeview channels. The log-fire was great once it got going although I would recommend bringing some of your own firelighters. It took a while to get going and we were reluctant to use up all of the magazines/newspapers provided as stated in the handbook, they aren't frequently delivered. Logs are supplied. Water is sourced naturally from a spring I believe but we had no issues with water and the temperature inside the house was easy to adjust with either the heated panel on the wall or the fire. If you do fancy staying indoors then they also have a huge collection of DVDs and also board games, puzzles and books to pass the time. If you're looking to get away for a short break away, I couldn't recommend this place enough. - Kevin, Leicestershire

    Reviewed by Kevin4.7Feb 2019

  • "The property itself was stunning and we had no complaints about the facilities at all."

    However we found the owner to be rather rude. It is advertised that they can be contacted via mobile for any help. in the days leading up to our arrival, we arranged times and explained I was using a sat nav and she explained this would not cause issues. however technology got the better of us, took us a wrong route and we got stranded in the snow as my car wouldn't move. after several attempts to contact the owner for directions, the only help provided was 'reverse back out onto the main road' after explaining we were stuck on a hill in the snow. We didn't see the owners for the duration of our stay, which we didn't mind but we were concerned that we did not know each other if we needed help with anything. As stated above it is stated that she can be contacted via mobile anytime. on departure day I messaged her letting her know we were running late but wouldn't be long. Check out time is 10am. She didn't check her phone and then came in at 10.06 saying check out was at 10, we apologised and said we will be out in 15 minutes maximum, which, considering we had to completely strip the bed sheets, ensure everything was clean to avoid the fine which is repeatedly threatened throughout the welcome book, isn't a big ask. She left and returned at 10.11 saying, and I quote 'im not being funny but you didn't ask for a late check out and I'm paying staff to clean for the next people'. We were taken aback by this, having done a high amount of the cleaning work for her and knowing that the cottage in fact was not booked for another 3 days and letting her know we were running late. all in all the weekend was lovely and the cottage and location was beautiful and it's shameful that this put a dampener on a lovely weekend.

    Reviewed by Ashlyn3.8Jan 2019

  • "Lovely relaxing cottage but unfortunately the hot tub was over treated - there was a strong smell of chlorine and now my partner is suffering from skin irritation since using it."

    Reviewed by Emma3.8Dec 2018

  • "Fantastic place, very remote but ideal if that is what you are looking for."

    The hot tub and fire were great additions and really made the time spent there feel special. The farm and scenery is beautiful and surrounding areas such as the Edan Valley are certainly worth a visit.

    Reviewed by Emma4.4Nov 2018

  • "The holiday was everything I imagined it to be."

    It really is the perfect getaway.

    Reviewed by Nichola4.7Oct 2018

  • "The cwtch was a amazing place to relax and the hot tub was brilliant to, the views were out of this world, would highly recommend."

    My wife and I booked this for our honeymoon and were not disappointed

    Reviewed by Ben5.0Oct 2018

  • "We had the most wonderful weekend."

    Very private and so cosy. We used the log burner and hot tub, as well as cooking some lovely meals. Decor to a high standard. We can’t wait to go back again!

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Oct 2018

  • "Lovely cottage situated on beautiful farm land."

    Perfect setting for a romantic break and the hot tub is the cherry on the top!

    Reviewed by Nathan4.1Aug 2018

  • "Couldn’t have a good shower because the water pressure was so bad."

    No where to put clothes. Had to live out of a suitcase. Customers need to be aware of the amount of flies that are in the countryside in the summer. They are everywhere. Makes cooking and eating a pain. Apart from these small complaints the holiday was great. The location is remote but beautiful. Would recommend

    Reviewed by John2.8Jul 2018

  • "The Cwtch is an ideal location to put your feet up and forget about the world for a few days."

    Everything was as expected. We thouroughly enjoyed our few days away. There was no WiFi and the phone lines were down. But the owner made us aware of this on arrival and had arranged for it to be sorted ASAP. The owner was lovely and very welcoming. The cwtch itself is small, but has everything you would need. There is a standard fridge with a small freezer and plenty of cupboard space to store food and drink. The bed is huge! And the sofa is a perfect napping location (which you will need after long soaks in the hot tub). The hot tub is outdoors and has a beautiful view over the mountain. The location is not far from Elan Valley, which was amazing! The mountain route to Aberystwyth is a must. Even the weather was lovely! The only thing I didn’t see on the listing was that we were responsible for cleaning the property on leaving. We were made aware on arrival from the welcome folder. Although we had no problem cleaning up after ourselves, when you consider the price to stay at the property I felt that mopping the floors and stripping the bed should have been included in the charge. Otherwise, this was exactly was we needed to rest and recharge.

    Reviewed by Amy3.8Jun 2018

  • "Location was superb, spoiled by bright external lights that couldn’t be turned off."

    Very uncomfortable bed due to age of it. Worn out basically. Hot tub was disgusting. Only used the once, had a layer of slime over everything and a note that in the greeting book saying that if we wanted it cleaned it would be a £50 cost. Feather duvet on the bed which is no good for allergy sufferers. Otherwise tho. A lovely break and the location was great for what we wanted. Shame it was let down on these couple of points.

    Reviewed by Steve2.8May 2018

  • "What a gorgeous cottage!"

    ! Couldn’t have asked for a better, quaint little getaway for our 18th wedding anniversary! So clean, beautifully decorated, fabulous location amongst rolling Welsh hills etc etc. Just one small thing the cottage should really have its name at the entrance to the road you need to go down to reach it as you have no idea which way to go. There is a name of the B&B they have but not Cwtch. Otherwise wish I was still there! Hot tub was such an added bonus and luxury at its best! Bit of a shlep having to strip your own bed of linen and vacuum the floor but such a small thing it’s not the end of the world. Owner very friendly and helpful. So kind. Thank you thank you!!!! Really hope to visit again soon.

    Reviewed by Kim5.0Mar 2018

  • "The Cwtch cottage is ideal for a break away from it all."

    It's well equipped with finishing touches around the cottage that add to its cosy feel. We would definitely recommend it.

    Reviewed by Michelle4.8Jan 2018

  • "I think there was 1 or 2 things that could be tweaked."

    Could do with a larger frying pan. Panel radiater was a bit difficult so owner left it on 30 degrees which was a bit to much when upstairs. I did not feel i had better touch it. The track to the cottage had many pot holes which i think should have been filled, i did see the materials on site. Otherwise i thought it was a very good cottage and we certainly enjoyed being there.

    Reviewed by Kenneth4.6Dec 2017

  • "We loved the cottage, the only reason we would not re-book the property is because of how isolated it was, and we always choose somewhere different to go."

    Reviewed by Lianne4.8Aug 2017

  • "Beautifully furnished cottage, we loved our stay in the heart of Wales."

    Hot tub was an additional bonus, lovely people and a lovely setting. I would definitely recommend.

    Reviewed by Charlotte4.8Jun 2017

  • "Lovely cottage, made to feel welcome, but still had all the privacy you required, log burner and jacuzzi were lovely, even had Welsh cakes left in the cottage for us on arrival, a nice touch."

    Reviewed by Mark4.8Mar 2017

  • "Relaxing and a lovely week enjoyed"

    Reviewed by Gareth5.0Sep 2016

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  • Mostly ground floor
  • One mezzanine super king-size double bedroom (zip/link, can be twin on request), accessed via open tread stairway
  • Whirlpool bath, basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
  • Electric panel heaters with solar panels and woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD, iPod dock, radio, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and logs for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Bike storage
  • Decked garden with external bath and furniture, plus access to farmland with unfenced ponds
  • BBQ
  • One well behaved dog welcome
  • Dogs to be kept on a lead at all times outside the cottage
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 9 miles, pub 2 miles
  • Note: Cottage has private water supply
  • Note: Property accessed up a farm lane, may not be suitable for very low cars
  • Note: Over 18's only
  • Note: Due to rural location, WiFi and mobile phone signals can be intermittent
  • Note: All dogs must be on a lead whilst outside due to this being a working farm and no dogs to be left in the property alone
  • Please kind note: This property does not accept Wednesday check-ins

The property

Llanbister 2 miles.

A pretty little converted barn, adjacent to the owners bed and breakfast, on their working livestock farm, with sweeping views over undulating gardens across to sweeping moorland, less than two miles from the small village of Llanbister, and within reach of Llandrindod Wells.

This superb cottage is a perfect base for couples looking to relax in beautifully diverse countryside, with a selection of walks from the door, along with the opportunity to explore 150 acres of farmland and three wildlife ponds, as well as nearby towns and villages.

Set predominantly on one floor, this delightful cottage has a mezzanine zip/link super king-size double bedroom with balcony on the first floor.

Downstairs, there's a spacious bathroom with whirlpool bath and a compact kitchen, which opens out into a striking galleried sitting area with feature fireplace, cosy woodburning stove and garden views.

Outside, you can sit in your own private decked garden with a feeling of seclusion, whilst relaxing in the warmth of the external bath after a day's exploring, from where views across moorland can be seen.

This lovely holiday home is situated just two miles from the popular village of Llanbister and being on the edge of moorland, this is a perfect location to enjoy long walks from the door.

This wonderful cottage is also an ideal base for other outdoor facilities, such as golf, cycling and horse riding.

You are ideally placed to visit the Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells, or alternatively explore the Shropshire Hills, which are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and stretch from the popular market town of Knighton.

Slightly further afield, why not explore the Elan Valley with its majestic Victorian Dam, just twenty miles away, or visit the nearby towns of Rhayader and Builth Wells?

A beautiful, cosy cottage, an ideal holiday home for a romantic break away.

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About the location


Llandrindod Wells 10 miles.

Llanbister is a tiny Welsh village which nestles in the scenic Powys countryside and is ideally located between the market towns of Llandrindod Wells and Newtown, as well as being just a short distance from the English counties of Herefordshire and Shropshire. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, this area is perfect for excellent walking, cycling and birdwatching with the Radnorshire Hills and Forest and the Glyndwr’s Way national walking trail both in easy reach. The pretty village of Abbeycwmhir is 5 miles away and is home to the Cistercian Abbey founded in 1176 and the Happy Union Inn, an old fashioned ale house. Enjoy day trips to the nearby Cambrian Mountains or the spectacular Brecon Beacons. Visit Llandrindod Wells, Rhayader or Builth Wells to find a variety of shops, museums, craft centres, pubs, tea rooms and restaurants. Visit the Red Kite Feeding Station at Rhayader, which offers a fantastic opportunity to see these beautiful birds at close range, take a trip to the peaceful Elan Valley Lakes, the Gilfach Nature Reserve or test your nerve at the Phil Price Rally School or the Underhill Farm Horse Riding School. A perfect base for a family holiday or a romantic break in a truly tranquil location.

Note: Cottage has private water supply.
Note: Property accessed up a farm lane, may not be suitable for very low cars.
Note: Over 18's only.
Note: Due to rural location, WiFi and mobile phone signals can be intermittent.
Note: All dogs must be on a lead whilst outside due to this being a working farm and no dogs to be left in the property alone.
Please kind note: This property does not accept Wednesday check-ins

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas