This detached cottage is situated next to the owner's home in the small village of Llywernog which stands at the foot of the scenic Plynlimon range, which is the five highest peaks in the Cambrian Mountains.
This Llywernog cottage is very well appointed and provides light and airy, open plan accommodation with contemporary fittings which is perfect for an exciting holiday for a couple in one of the most beautiful parts of Wales.
This cottage near Aberystwyth has a bedroom on the first floor, with the rest of the accommodation on the ground floor including an open plan living area with a kitchen and a comfortable sitting area.
The large picture windows help to bring the outside in and enable you to both relax and enjoy the lovely hill views and watch the red kites soaring in the sky from the cottage or from the patio.
The village provides a shop, pub and the Silver Mountain Experience museum as well as being surrounded by a variety of outdoor pursuits including mountain bike trails, climbing, walking, trout fishing, pony trekking and birdwatching including the renowned red kite feeding centres.
Enjoy nearby Devil's Bridge with its three bridges and waterfall, take a trip on the scenic Vale of Rheidol Railway, a day out in exciting Aberystwyth and discover the wonderful Cardigan Bay coastline with its lovely sandy beaches.
This delightful Llywernog cottage provides quality accommodation in a fabulous and unspoilt region of Wales.
One king-size double bedroom. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Devil's Bridge 5 miles; Aberystwyth 10 miles.
The small village of Llywernog stands at the foot of the Pumlumon Range which are the five highest peaks in the Cambrian Mountains. The village boasts a shop, pub and the Silver Mountain Experience which is a fascinating silver/lead mine museum. The immediate area is a paradise for outdoor pursuits with the renowned Bwlch Nant Yr Arian Centre providing 130 miles of mountain bike trails, wonderful walking and the exciting Red Kite Feeding centre all one mile away. Nearby is Devil's Bridge which has been a tourist attraction for centuries and was celebrated by author George Borrow who wrote Wild Wales in 1854. This famous bridge spans the Mynach, a tributary of the River Rheidol and is unique as it is actually three bridges in one, the original built around 1100, the second above this in 1753 and the third in 1903. The bridge is at a point where the River Mynach drops 300 feet in 5 steps down a steep and narrow ravine before it meets the River Rheidol. The set of stone steps leading down to the lowest bridge at the waterfall are known as Jacob's Ladder. Devil's Bridge is served by the Devil's Bridge railway station on the historic narrow-gauge Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway, which opened between Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge in 1902 and provides wonderful scenery along the ride to the coast. This whole area which includes the beautiful Elan Valley lakes boasts stunning scenery and wildlife and is renowned for walking, cycling, fishing and bird watching as well as trips to the beautiful Cardigan Bay coastline with its wild cliffs and sandy beaches.