Cyfie Farm Holiday Cottages
Llanfihangel 1.5 miles. A group of four beautifully-renovated holiday cottages, set around a courtyard, next to the owners’ home on their working livestock farm, amongst one acre of country gardens, surrounded by open farmland and rolling countryside scenery, within reach of the village of Llanfihangel, the town of Llanfyllin and the breathtaking Lake Vyrnwy. Situated in a rural location, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boasting hillside and valley views, these lovely cottages can be booked individually and will suit couples, families and friends wishing to spend time together, perhaps for a special anniversary or birthday celebration? These superb cottages have all been sympathetically and lovingly restored from 17th century buildings to provide exceptional holiday accommodation. The cottages have an abundance of charm and character and are all individually designed, and have been finished with a great level of care with wonderful attention to detail throughout. Outside there’s off road parking, as well as shared grounds and gardens, where you can take a stroll and easily find a little quiet corner, where you can sit and relax whilst reading a good book, be inspired by the surrounding landscape and take in the spectacular scenery and views. Each cottage also enjoys the benefit of the on-site spa facilities of a hot tub and sauna. From the warming bubbles of the hot tub, you can admire the stunning views over the Vyrnwy Valley and across the width of Wales, including the vistas encompassing The Long Mynd and Stiperstones in Shropshire to Cader Idris on the Welsh coast. Discover delightful walking, stargazing and birdwatching from the doorstep, and close by you’ll discover Lake Vyrnwy, with walks, sailing, cycling, fishing and many other activities, plus the Rainbow Trails, a wonderful myriad of trails, bridle paths and bike tracks, including Glyndwy's Way and The Anne Griffiths Bible Walk. The nearest village, Llanfihangel has a tea room and parlour pub, and close by is the charming town of Llanfyllin, which nestles deep in the scenic Cain Valley and offers a good selection of shops where you can buy all of your essentials. Within easy reach are the beautiful Berwyn Mountain range and the picturesque Snowdonia National Park, while the superb beaches and coastline of Wales are only an hour’s drive away, and Wrexham, Shrewsbury and Chester are within reach. There is so much to see and do, made all the more pleasurable and memorable by these wonderful holiday cottages at Cyfie Farm.
This wonderful semi-detached cottage is ideal for a couple or two friends.
Renovated and converted from a cow crush, this cottage is full of charm and character, with curving walls, oak beams and original oak roof trusses.
Tastefully decorated, inside this delightful holiday home is a lovely sitting room, with exposed beams and a warming electric fire.The lounge with dining area is ideal for a leisurely breakfast, or a lovely evening meal after a busy day out and about, and upstairs the spacious bedroom with a high pitched ceiling boasts twin beds, which on request can be joined as a king-size bed.
In addition to this the bedroom has a lovely en-suite bathroom.
A delightful cottage in a beautiful part of Wales.
Note: This cottage is on the same site as Refs. 960333, 960334 and 960335, together they sleep 12.
About the location
Llanfyllin 6.5 miles; Lake Vyrnwy 6 miles; Welshpool 14 miles; Oswestry 20 miles.
The village of Llanfihangel has a tea room and parlour pub and is situated within reach of the wonderful Lake Vyrnwy. The charming nearby town of Llanfyllin nestles deep in the scenic Cain Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and the Berwyn Mountains, offering a good selection of shops where you can buy all of your essentials. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with considerable architectural variety, it is home to Y Dolydd, an early 19th Century workhouse, once featured on the BBC Restoration programme. Spectacular Lake Vyrnwy, with its host of activities, including walking, sailing and cycling, and impressive mountain backdrop of contrasting colours and fascinating nature reserve is well worth visiting. You can also enjoy fantastic walking and cycling opportunities around the hills of Llangynog and through the Berwyn Mountains. The bustling market town of Welshpool, with an array of shops, arts and crafts centres and quality pubs and restaurants is only 14 miles away. Visit magnificent Powys Castle and its celebrated gardens, the National Trust owned Chirk Castle and Erddig, and the breathtaking Llanrhaeadr Waterfall, with its 240' drop, which is encased in bewitching woods and sheer cliffs are within easy reach. A wonderful location for exploring beautiful Mid Wales and the Shropshire Borders, as well as Wrexham, Shrewsbury and Chester too!