Mid Wales Holiday Cottage - Games Room & Fishing on site | Cartws y Parc
Mid Wales Holiday Cottage - Games Room & Fishing on site
Cartws y Parc is a beautifully renovated Mid Wales holiday cottage surrounded by rolling green hills. This country retreat also includes a small and select, family run caravan park and as guests of the cottage you are welcome to take advantage of the range of other facilities on site. This includes a children’s play area, a large games room and a fishing lake. Great walks nearby including Glyndwr's Way National Trail. Ideal for walking and fishing holidays, pet friendly breaks or family holidays in Wales.
Large, open plan kitchen/dining/living area. The fully fitted kitchen includes ample dishes, plates, glassware, saucepans and cooking utensils. It is also equipped with an electric fan oven and ceramic hob with extractor, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer.
Dining table with seating for 6 and a separate breakfast bar.
The cosy lounge includes a fireplace, widescreen TV/DVD, mini Hi-fi and a leather sofa and double sofa-bed (linen supplied).
There is also a separate wet room downstairs which includes a shower, basin, WC and heated towel rail.
2 spacious double bedrooms. (1 room could sleep 3 on request of single bed if required)
Both bedrooms are furnished and decorated beautifully and also include a flat screen TV/DVD player, hair dryer and mirror.
Upstairs washroom includes WC, basin and a heated towel rail.
Small patio area with table and chairs. BBQ facilities and outside light.
Children’s play area and games room on site - perfect for family holidays in Wales.
The park itself is enclosed by mature trees and looks out at the towering Moel Bentyrch and its nestling valleys.
- Welcome pack on arrival including hot drink, milk, cakes, free range eggs and fresh bread.
- Heating and electricity included
- Bed linen, hand and bath towels included
- Cot, highchair and stairgate provided on request
- This Mid Wales holiday cottage offers pet friendly breaks - max 1 pet
- Private parking
- Washing machine & drier on site (pay per use)The following are all provided at the cottage for your stay… Kitchen: washing up liquid and dishwasher tablets. Bathroom: toilet roll. General cleaning products: soap , spray, dusters and vacuum cleaner, etc.
- Telephone available on site.
- WiFi available in the cottage. (Please note that wifi can be slow at times)
- There are two fishing lakes which lie two fields away, offering absolute peace and quiet. The lakes are stocked with carp, roach, rudd and tench. The nearest of the two lakes is a new development and the furthest lake is well established with islands, wild ducks and geese. It is possible to drive up to both the lakes. *Fishing is free to guests but you will need to bring your own equipment
|A very peaceful stay to unwind ourselves.
Our recommendation is to bring your fishing lines.
|Syed from London, Feb 2016
|Lovely cottage, everything you need in self catering, owners couldn't do enough for us. We visited The Venue in Oswestry. It has free soft play area for kids of all ages, bowling, a cafe and a bar.|
|Emma and Family, Feb 2016
|Lovely, peaceful and very comfortable.
We enjoyed the Red lion for food, which was very good. Don't miss a visit to The Stumbles and Barmouth beach are lovely.
|Karen from Cheshire , Oct 2015
|Happy memories and hope to return.
We enjoyed Sunday lunch at the Tan Inn.
|Family from Walsall, May 2015
|Very enjoyable - a real home from home - and the surrounding countryside and wildlife attractions were amazing. Also enjoyed using the 'games room' at the property in the evenings (darts, pool, table tennis etc) Lots to see and do and we enjoyed, Lake Vyrnwy; Dyfi Osprey Project; Red Kite feeding stations at Gigrin Farm & Nant-yr-Arian; Ty Mawr Tea Room in Ryhd Ddu (for amazing Dutch pancakes!)|
|Family from Devon, Apr 2015
This Mid Wales holiday cottage is located on a small and select, family run caravan park and is surrounded by farmland. The park itself is enclosed by mature trees and looks out at the towering Moel Bentyrch and its nestling valleys. Facilities on site include a laundrette, telephone, fishing lake and a newly developed play area and games room. Football, bowling, swings, darts, pool and table tennis can all be played here as part of your family holidays in Wales.
The local pub is located 1 mile away in the little village of Pontrobert and you can also join two popular walks here - Ann Griffiths Walk and Glyndwr's Way (National Trail). The Tan House Inn is also 3 miles away and Meifod (5 miles) has a pub, rugby club and shop.
Llanfair Caereinion (6 miles) has all the necessary amenities including shops, pubs, banks and even a steam train. The busy market town of Welshpool (11 miles) offers many attractions including castles and a canal to take you back to a bygone era.
Take the short drive to the stunning lake Vyrnwy, where you can try your hand at watersports and cycling or enjoy a leisurely walk and good lunch. Golf and fishing are popular in this part of Wales, too, with plenty of golf courses and a coarse fishing lake.
If you’re after castles and culture, Mid Wales has both in spades. Nearby Dolforwyn Castle, for example, was the last castle to be built by Llewellyn (the Last Prince of Wales), between 1273 and 1277. Powis Castle, which started life as a medieval fortress, is a must, especially for its beautiful gardens and collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries.
Portmeirion and the Mountains of Snowdonia offer great days out whilst pony trekking and quad trekking are available locally. Other popular attractions include Llanrhaeadr Waterfall (the tallest in the UK), the Centre for Alternative Technology and King Arthur's Labyrinth.
Ann Griffiths Walk - 7 mile route following the river Vrynwy. Full of contrasting Powys landscapes, incuding views of the Berwyn mountains. 0.5 miles from cottage.
Glyndwr's Way is a long distance footpath in Mid Wales that was granted National Trail status in the year 2000. Join 0.5 miles from cottage.
Severn Way – Gentle 12 mile route along the Montgomery Canal towpath from Welshpool (11 miles) to Newtown.
Offa’s Dyke Path – National Trail (177 miles in total) following the Welsh/English border. Nearest section starts at Buttington Bridge, 13 miles away.
Fishing lake on site stocked with carp, roach, rudd and tench.
River Banwy – Llanfair Caereinion. ½ a mile of fishing down stream from town bridge. 6 miles
Lake Vyrnwy – Wild brown, stocked brown and rainbow trout. 10 miles
Find out more about Fishing in the Welshpool area
Welshpool Golf Club – 18 hole golf course. 8.5 miles
Lake Vyrnwy – 11 mile circuit around the scenic Lake Vyrnwy. Suitable for the whole family. 10 miles
Lake Vyrnwy – Canoeing, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing - suitable for the whole family. 10 miles
Lletty Mawr Trekking Centre – Llangadfan. Call 01938 820646 for info. 11 miles.
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- Sleeps up to 4
- 2 double bedrooms (+ double sofa-bed in living area)
TestimonialsA very peaceful stay to unwind ourselves.
Our recommendation is to bring your fishing lines.Syed from London, Feb 2016Lovely cottage, everything you need in self catering, owners couldn't do enough for us. We visited The Venue in Oswestry. It has free soft play area for kids of all ages, bowling, a cafe and a bar.Emma and Family, Feb 2016Lovely, peaceful and very comfortable.
We enjoyed the Red lion for food, which was very good. Don't miss a visit to The Stumbles and Barmouth beach are lovely.Karen from Cheshire , Oct 2015Happy memories and hope to return.
We enjoyed Sunday lunch at the Tan Inn.Family from Walsall, May 2015Very enjoyable - a real home from home - and the surrounding countryside and wildlife attractions were amazing. Also enjoyed using the 'games room' at the property in the evenings (darts, pool, table tennis etc) Lots to see and do and we enjoyed, Lake Vyrnwy; Dyfi Osprey Project; Red Kite feeding stations at Gigrin Farm & Nant-yr-Arian; Ty Mawr Tea Room in Ryhd Ddu (for amazing Dutch pancakes!)Family from Devon, Apr 2015