- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
13 Customer Reviews
"Lovely cottage in beautiful countryside and garden."
Our hosts were excellent.
"This is a truly wonderful location had a lovely break 900 feet above sea level with stunning views the pictures do not do it justic the hosts were wonderful and made us very welcome would recommend 5 stars."
"Lovely, welcoming hosts and a comfortable base to explore the area with an amazing view from the cottage."
Our last minute booking placed us just outside Llanidloes which turned out to be a wonderful little place with lots of independent shops and everything we needed for a great holiday break.
"Brilliant cottage and the most amazing views."
Cottage has many facilities and the resource room was really helpful, with lots of information. The cottage is the place to relax and recuperate.The location of the cottage is ideal for the beach, the forest and other sites to visit. The local town has pubs and shops nearby. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will be returning.
"Great hosts who were helpful and friendly."
Living space and kitchen areas were great. Bedrooms were really comfortable but small even though they had good storage areas. Great place to get to many beautiful walking spots with a selection of nice eating places close buy.
"If you want a lovely secluded break amazing wild life outside your door a quaint ..."
If you want a lovely secluded break amazing wild life outside your door a quaint and lovely cottage Frank and Lorraine lovely hosts Thank you Paul & Mary
"The cottage was excellent and exactly as described."
The owners were extremely helpful and the location perfect, great views of the surrounding hills. There was even an adjacent cabin with books to read, DVDs to view and leaflets describing local events and attributes. Perfect.
"The cottage was damp and cold when we arrived so we eventually asked the hosts to put the central heating on, they did straight away."
Very noisy from the joining cottages, you can hear everything. This was advertised as pet friendly so we chose on that basis. After arriving and being in the cottage for 5 minutes the host asked me to keep the dog from jumping up at the window to look out as this could damage the sills and they wont have time to fix anything before the next visitors come in. The dog was just looking at the chickens running about. Also told me to keep the dog off the furniture and do not let it upstairs and asked where does the dog sleep etc This made us really uncomfortable from the minute we arrived and felt we were being watched throughout. This is NOT pet friendly. A very limited kitchen, they leave those tea bags and coffees that you get in a cheap BB but no milk. This was very expensive and does not reflect the cottage, the price should be halved. We will use Sykes again but will not return and will not recommend this cottage although the location is great. Thanks
Thank you for your feedback for Beech Cottage. We are sorry to hear that you felt uncomfortable within the property. We asked you to keep your dog from jumping up at the windows, so it would not cause any damage to the property or the dog. Although we allow dogs at our cottages, they are not allowed on the furniture or upstairs. This is part of the t&c's when you book any Sykes property. Property Owner
"An amazing location!"
Beautiful views. Lots of peace and quiet. Wonderful owners. The Beech cottage was a perfect cozy retreat and we hope to come back every year.
"We had a lovely holiday at Beech Cottage - the owners were very friendly, the cottage comfortable and the scenery truly stunning."
Mid Wales is a definite must visit area.
"We enjoyed our stay at Beech Cottage."
Lorraine and Frank made sure we had everything we needed,and were very good hosts.
"Lovely area and scenery."
Cottage provided everything for comfort. Friendly owners.
"Very pleasant host!"
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- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single
- Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC
- Kitchen with dining area
- Siting room with electric stove.
- Oil central heating with electric stove
- Electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave, Freeview TV, DVD player, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off-road parking for 1 car
- Shared garden to rear with patio, furniture and summer house
- No pets
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 2.5 miles
- Note: Open tread stairs to first floor
- Note: WiFi can be intermittent
- Note: Property has a 4pm check-in time
- Note: No stag, hen or similar groups
- Please note: This property is for adults only (18+).
ADULT ONLY PROPERTY.
Resting with an elevated position, engulfed by beautiful countryside scenery, is this attached cottage on a rural working farm, near Llanidloes in Wales.
Enjoy the cosy interior with your loved ones, character exudes from the exposed beams and traditional layout; the sitting room comes appointed with an electric stove adding warmth to the space.
Spend your down time together after long walks and cycling trips and take in the charming surroundings uplifted by the original framework.
Next to the lounge is the neatly packed kitchen, finished nicely with granite worktops and a dining area.
The ground floor shower room serves the bedrooms up on the first floor; a single and a double complete the cottage in a traditional manner.
The exterior boasts a shared garden with patio furniture, where you can enjoy a long refreshing drink and admire the views across verdant countryside to the Severn Valley and beyond.
The area is popular with birdwatching with majestic ospreys to keep an eye out for, whilst trout fishing at Llyn Clywedog, with its 615 acre reservoir on the head waters of the River Severn is also well-favoured.
The lovely town of Llanidloes boasts an assortment of amenities close by, while walkers and explorers will love a day at Hafren Forest, with waterfalls and ancient woodland.
Beech Cottage benefits a stunning location for the perfect break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Note: Property can be booked with Ref. 12563 and 12564, together they sleep nine people.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.
About the location
- Newtown 13 miles
- Llandrindod Wells 29 miles
- Aberystwyth 36 miles
The market town of Llanidloes nestles on the eastern slopes of the Cambrian Mountains, with access to some of the most unspoilt and undiscovered scenery both Wales and the Welsh/Shropshire Borders have to offer. Locally, there are plenty of activities to enjoy, with walking, cycling, riding, fishing, tennis, golf, swimming and shooting all available within 10 miles. Further afield, but still within easy touring distance, are a host of attractions: Powis Castle (National Trust), with its world famous gardens, is just 20 miles away; the Welsh Coast, with its fine beaches, is less than an hour’s drive; Rhayader and the Elan Valley are 40 minutes away; the Shropshire towns of Ludlow and Shrewsbury are within easy reach, as are the popular North Wales destinations of Llangollen and Snowdonia. A picturesque region, ideal for an action packed holiday or a relaxing break.
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Please note: This property is for adults only (18+).
This property will be pet free as of 6th September.
Note: No stag, hen or similar groups
This property offers the following short breaks: