01348 837871


near Lake Vyrnwy, Llanfair Caereinion, Welshpool

Small Mid Wales holiday cottage near Lake Vyrnwy, Llanfair Caereinion & Welshpool, Wales, retreat by babbling brook.1 pet dog welcome.

Near: Llanerfyl 1m, Lake Vyrnwy 10m, Welshpool 13m, Coast 1 hour drive

  • Reference 1053
  • Sleeps 3
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Small Mid Wales holiday cottage near Lake Vrynwy - Welsh Borders.1 dog welcome
  • In unspoilt seclusion on the banks of a babbling brook this cosy detached Mid Wales holiday cottage enjoys wonderful pastoral views. 1 dog is welcome
  • The sitting room has a woodburning stove in a large inglenook and is tastefully furnished with a generous upholstered arm chair and big leather sofa with lots of colourful cushions for extra comfort.
  • The fully fitted pretty pine kitchen is complemented by a circular pine table and chairs.
  • Bright airy bedrooms have beeen decorated in pastel shades and invite rest and relaxation.
  • Just 1 mile from this small Mid Wales holiday cottage is the small village of Llanerfyl set amidst acres of rolling hills.
  • Glorious countryside views from the sitting room and bedrooms.
  • Discover and explore the beautiful surrounding countryside, truly off the beaten track. ! Dog welcome.
Holiday cottage near lake and Llanfair Caereinion
  • Llanfair Caereinion 5 miles, away has a range of amenities including bank, post office, library, grocery store, doctor, butcher and baker. More extensive shopping can be done at Welshpool 13 miles away.
Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall & Glyndwr's Way Dog welcome
  • Take a picnic to fabulous Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest waterfall this side of the Scottish Highlands and one of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales', walk the famous Glyndwr`s Way or roam the heather clad moorlands of the beautiful Berwyn Mountains, one of the largest moorlands remaining in Wales.
Pennant Melangell Church
  • Don't miss Pennant Melangell Church which lies in a remote valley east of the Berwyns, a favoured destination for medieval pilgrims and is today visited by thousands.
Powis Castle, Local Activities near Mid Wales holiday cottage
  • The world famous Powis Castle, Gregynog Hall and Lake Vyrnwy are all within easy reach by car.
  • Lots of activities to try - fishing, golf, horse riding, birdwatching, pleasure flights, (Welshpool airport) cycling or mountain biking.
  • The local inn (Cann Office Hotel 2m) serves fantastic food and beers or why not just relax on the patio and enjoy peace and tranquility surrounded by fabulous rolling hills.
Scenic Motoring near pet friendly Mid Wales holiday cottage
  • The scenic drive between Lake Vrynwy and Dinas Mawddwy in Snowdonia's National Park is a must. The spectacular vista of green and purple mountains, ancient woodlands and sparkling water is unforgetable.
Lake Vyrnwy & Lake Vyrnwy Hotel Restaurant
  • Beautiful Lake Vyrnwy is a man made water reservoir in a setting of craggy mountains, wild moorland and waterfalls. An ideal location for walking, cycling and picnicing. The award winning Lake Vyrnwy Hotel Restaurant serves delicious food with an emphasis on quality local produce.
Llanymynech Golf Club
  • An 18 hole course perched on top of a prominent hill surrounded by sheer cliff faces. It is situated on the border. You can tee off in one country and putt out in another.
Derwin Garden Centre
  • Enjoy a day out - browse themed show gardens, garden centre, gifts, homeware, furniture, licensed restaurant and farm shop at Berriew.
Welsh Food Festival September 1st & 2nd 2012
  • The Welsh Food Festival at Glansevern Gardens celebrates a huge range of small food producers and genuine artisan products. Treat yourself to some gastro goodies.
Fly Fishing at Glyndwr Fishery, Dolanog & Berriew
  • Try your luck.This stretch of river is noted for its trout. Wild fish of up to 4lbs have been caught here.
  • Berriew with its charming black and white timbered buildings is winner of theBest Kept Village in Walesaward. Do remember your camera or sketch book.
The Lion Hotel Restaurant, Berriew
  • A fine dining experience in a cosy friendly atmosphere. Seasonal local produce is served in the elegant oak beamed dining room or in the relaxed ambience of the bistro.
Welshpool Market Town
  • Spend a day exploring the fascinating old market town of Welshpool full of atmospheric timbered buildings, ancient inns, churches and town hall which now houses lively Saturday and Monday markets and Farmer's markets on the first Friday of each month. Walk beside the canal, visit Powysland Museum & Canal Centre and step back in time at the Red Lion Flannel Factory and Warehouse or Tollgate House.
Flash Leisure Centre, Welshpool
  • Whatever the weather there is something for all of the family at the Flash Leisure Centre. Plunge into the refreshing pool or choose from the many activities including bowls, fitness suite, crazy golf, health suite, sports hall and more. Finish with a snack or a meal in the waterside restaurant.
Lake Vrynwy & Welsh Borders near pet friendly Mid Wales holiday cottage
  • A beautiful, tranquil part of Mid Wales surrounds this riverside small holiday cottage. This part of mid Wales & the Cambrian Mountains offer expansive scenic landscapes of hill farming where sheep and cattle dominate. Small towns & country villages provide great contrast to everyday city & urban life. 1 dog is welcome.


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 3 plus travel cot on request. 1 double and 1 single on ground floor with unspoilt views.

Kitchen with table and chairs seating 4, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge with ice box, washing machine. Highchair on request

Bathroom with shower over bath, washbasin and toilet.

Sitting Room with wooden floors, large log burning stove in stone inglenook, 1 x 3 seater leather sofa and 2 armchairs, tv/dvd/video, cd/radio. Views over the countryside.

Out-House with freezer and storage for bikes, sports equipment, barbecue etc.

Fuel oil central heating, starter pack of logs inclusive May - September £15 per week outside these dates. Additional logs may be purchased from the owner at cost.

WiFi Internet

Grounds. Large enclosed garden with lawn and two decked areas, one at the front and one to the back, both with glorious views, garden furniture and barbecue

Ample parking

No smoking indoors please.

Welcome FREE 1 dog.



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Customer Reviews

We've had a lovely week staying in this beautiful, cosy cottage - perfect place to relax & unwind, so peaceful. Thank you to the Morgan family for such a warm welcome, we felt very much at home. We've visited Welshpool, Powis Castle, Barmouth, Lake Vrynwy (nice to see where Liverpool's water comes from!) & the beautiful Pistyll Rhaedr Waterfall. Nice walks along the river just opposite, over the lane, saw rabbits & a kingfisher over there. Hope to return one day.

Pauline, Gill & Mike, Liverpool,Merseyside/Shotton, Deeside

A great weekend escape, lots of time walking & cycling and nice to relax in front of the fire after a long day out. Enjoyed our four legged neighbours, and a pleasure to meet Goldfinger! Hope to catch up again soon. All the best, Tom & Anna

Tom & Anna, Bristol

What can I say... A week of blue skies, warm sunshine and tranquil surroundings (when the dog wasn't barking)...A big thank you to Mike & family for enabling us to relax and unwind away from the normal hum drum. Will definitely see you soon. Thanks.

Gill, Simon & Manny the mongrel, The Wirral (Wallasey)

Such a lovely relaxing home. Great cottage, beautiful surroundings with lovely wildlife, cattle and sheep. Interesting visit to Lake Vrynwy (great views from the 'Red Walk'). & Pistyll Rhaedr Waterfall in Berwyn Mountains was stunning would certainly recommend and hope to return in the future. Thank you!!

Dave, Penny & Matt Harrison, Redditch, Worcestershire

Our second time here. A wonderful cottage, best we've ever stayed in. Plenty of walks during the day, Lake Vrynwy is lovely, and cosy nights by the log fire. What more could anybody want? Thanks again to the Morgan family for another warm welcome,we will be back again, hopefully quite soon. Thanks.

Paul, Maxine Reid & Lexi (border collie), Southport, Merseyside

A super cottage, one of the nicest we have stayed in, so clean & spacious with everything you could possibly need. The garden is lovely as well with all the plants and flowers. Thank you Carol, Mike & the Morgan family for your hospitality and this lovely cottage. We've had a smashing week, even the weather was good most of the time. Good walks for the dog at Pont Llogel and Pistyll Rhaedr is really stunning, well worth the effort. Hope to be back here before too long. Many thanks.

Maggie & Trevor Cullip, Milton Keynes, Bucks

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Access Statement(x)

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes