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Hiraeth is a Welsh stone and oak framed, detached barn conversion set in 90 acres of woodland, ponds and meadows, located close to the hamlet of Dolau, just eight miles from Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales. The cottage has two doubles and one family room (sleeps four) as well as a sofa bed in the lounge for flexibility, which make it suitable for up to eight people. The cottage also contains a family bathroom, a ground floor shower room, a fitted kitchen with a dining area and range cooker and a sitting room with a woodburner and the sofa bed. To the outside of the cottage is ample off road parking, an undercover table tennis table, a gravelled seating area with garden furniture and a BBQ, spacious surroundings and amazing views. Set in beautiful, rural surroundings with woods to walk in nearby makes Hiraeth a wonderful holiday cottage in a stunning part of the country. Note: One well-behaved dog welcome.
Dolau is a small hamlet in Powys with a little railway station near the town of Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales which offers a variety of shops and pubs, plus many hiking pathways in and around the town. Others attractions nearby are the National Cycling Museum, the Radnorshire Museum and nearby Abey Cwm Hir, resting place of Llywelyn, the last Welsh King (1282).
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with seating area and Juliet balcony, 1 x double, 1 x family room with 2 singles and 1 adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor shower. Separate ground floor WC. Kitchen with large dining area. Utility. Sitting room with woodburner and sofa bed (for flexibility).
Powys is the largest county in Wales covering central and mid Wales as well as the majority of the Brecon Beacons. With unspoilt countryside, inspiring mountain ranges and exciting opportunities, Powys is a wonderful county to visit for an insight into Welsh culture. There is no chance of you getting bored in this fantastic county due to the stunning rivers, beautiful haunted castles, fantastic mountain trails and brilliant cycle paths. There are so many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors you will be spoilt for choice. Spend the day fishing at a quiet lake or river, enjoy a family hack through superb woodland, go for a paddle on the River Wye in a canoe or enjoy a sunny game of golf. If, however you have come to Wales to kick back and relax then there are also some brilliant attractions that you may wish to spend your days investigating such as Llwernog Silver- Lead mines and Geo-caverns, Glansevern Hall Gardens, Montgomery Castle or Tretower Castle and Court. Family fun can be had at Gigrin Farm, the Brecon Mountain Railway and King Arthur’s Labyrinth. Before you leave this spectacular part of Britain don’t forget to visit one of the fabulous farmers markets and gather together some luxurious locally produced goods for you to take home with you. You may even wish to visit a market at the start of your holiday to collect together all your weekly food necessities. However if you prefer not to cook whilst on holiday then why not visit a fantastic local pub or restaurant to get a taste of some of the delicious local produce grown and reared here. Involve the whole family, even the furry members, and search for a Luxury pet-friendly property to spend your holidays.