Discover the unspoilt mountains and coast of Mid Wales from our comfortable static caravan which is on a working farm in the Dyfi Valley village of Penegoes, about 2 miles from Machynlleth.
The caravan is modern and provides centrally heated accommodation for 4 to 6 people. The kitchen is equipped with a cooker and fridge freezer. There's a dining area, and a spacious sitting area fully equiped with digital tv and blu ray dvd player. It has two bedrooms (bedding and towels are provided) - an en-suite double and a twin - and there's a separate bathroom.
Pets are welcome at £25 per dog per stay, and must be kept on a lead whilst on the farm.
Short breaks are available from £50 per night.
Internet access is also available.
New Addition to 2015 a Lay-Z-Spa and SKY tv.
Plenty to do in Machynlleth and beyond
Machynlleth, once the seat of Owain Glynwyr's Welsh parliament, is our local town with a market every Wednesday, a good choice of shops, and several take-aways and places to eat out.
For walkers, there are many footpaths leading from the village, and within a short drive two notable peaks: Plynlimon Fawr, the highest point in the Camrbrians, and Cader Idris, a rocky ridge in southern Snowdonia.
Just outside Machynlleth is the Centre for Alternative Technology, with 7 acres of displays and gardens demonstrating sustainable living.
Cross the Dyfi Bridge and follow the coast road north to reach picturesque Aberdovey with its fishing harbour and huge sandy beach. Or take the coast road south and visit the coastal village of Borth and the dunes and beach at Ynyslas. Carry on a little further and you'll reach the thriving university town of Aberystwyth.
The Dyfi Osprey project is approximately 5 miles away. Here you can see these beautiful birds in their natural habitat, and several other wildlife species as featured by the BBC Springwatch programme.
The River Dovey boasts excellent fishing.
Machynlleth also has a golf club and a bowling club as well as a leisure centre and swimming pool.
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