Why stay in a crowded caravan park when you can enjoy your own peaceful, private space on a working farm in Southern Snowdonia? Our beautifully presented caravan offers light, spacious and comfortable accommodation for up to two people.
Set in its own immaculately maintained and elevated grounds, the caravan has a large, sunny, private patio area with outdoor furniture and lovely views of the beautiful Dyfi Valley. There is plenty of free parking space so that you can conveniently load and access your car.
The caravan measures a generous 35ft by 12ft. It has a comfortable double bedroom and a twin bedroom whose beds can also be combined to offer a double bed. Both rooms afford easy access to the bathroom, which is equipped with a shower and toilet. The well equipped kitchen diner has a gas cooker, fridge and microwave. The comfortable, light and spacious living area has a flat screen TV, but with such lovely views out of the large windows, you may not choose to watch it.
We are within five minutes' drive of the local garage, where you can buy daily papers and some essential household and food items. Despite our lovely rural location, the main road is easy to access, and we're just 9 miles north of Machynlleth, which has a range of supermarkets, shops, pubs and cafes. The internationally renowned Centre for Alternative Technology is a short drive away. The stunning Snowdonia coastline with lots of lovely beaches and seaside towns such as Barmouth and Aberdovey are within easy reach, as are the beautiful mountains of Cader idris, The Aran Range and Pumlumon. You can take some fantastic walks or cycle rides straight out of the door, and we have lockable space if you'd like to keep your bikes securely at our farm.
If you like the idea of a sociable evening or of someone else providing your catering, there are good pubs to visit nearby, including the Red Lion at Dinas Mawddwy, which offers hearty and home cooked food, the Penrhos Arms at Cemmaes, which also offers all the items on its menus as take-aways, and the Brigands Inn at Mallwyd, which offers a good and regularly changing menu.
When staying at our caravan, you will be surrounded by the beauty of nature, but if you would like to get even closer, there are some rare and excellent opportunities to see some spectacular birds. The Dyfi Osprey Project is about 30 minutes away and allows for close-up views of these magnificent birds. The RSPB reserve at Ynys Hir is at about the same distance. You can also watch the feeding of hundreds of Red Kite from close quarters in a hide at Bwlch Nant Yr Arian near Aberystwyth.
The village of Aberangell has coverage on most mobile networks.
Pets by arrangement. No smoking in the caravan.
Minimum stay 2 nights. We offer lower rates for long lets of 1 to 4 months.
Last updated 27 January 2020
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