Beudy Bach is at the foot of Moel Hebog on the Cwm Cloch estate, a working mountain farm. It boasts some of the finest views in North Wales, looking across two valleys. Newly refurbished to a very high standard, and within 5 minutes walk of Beddgelert.
Arthfan is a converted barn in a tranquil setting with breathtaking views of the Cader Idris and Arran mountain ranges. An area of outstanding natural beauty within easy reach of the many varied attractions offered in this part of Wales.
The Lodge sleeps up to 25 people. This includes 15 people sleeping in Hafod Lodge and 10 people sleeping in the detached bunkroom within the private grounds. This six bedroom lodge has its own heated outdoor swimming pool and 10-seat hot tub.
A self contained annexe with off-road parking, situated in the quiet village of Stackpole in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Pub restaurant 200 yards. Within 15 minutes walk of the coastal path, near Broad Haven and Barafundle beach.
A recently converted stone barn cottage in a wonderful setting on the Gower Peninsula. King size and twin on the first floor and a single bedroom on the ground floor with easy access. Furnished patio with breathtaking views. Wifi and travel cot included.
This renovated miners' cottage, built in 1865, is close to the entrance to Bike Park Wales, a popular cycle track, in the rural village of Abercanaid on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, 3 miles from Merthyr Tydfil and 22 miles from Cardiff.
A beautifully converted stone cottage, renovated to a high standard for a comfortable and relaxing holiday, in a very quiet location on a 7 acre rural smallholding about a mile and a half from the beach at Llanrhystud.
Two self-catering holiday homes, recently converted from a timber barn. Each is spacious, retaining the uniqueness of the wooden beams upstairs. Only two minutes from the Royal Welsh showground. Ideally situated for exploring Mid Wales.