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Tref y Nant

Welshpool - Mid Wales and Brecon Beacons

Enjoy amazing countryside views from the private hot tub at this cosy Welshpool accommodation. Sleeps 2-3 guests - perfect for a relaxing break in Mid Wales.
  • Sleeps 3
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
  • Hot Tub
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£355 - £544 per week *

Description

Soak up the amazing countryside views from the private hot tub at this cosy Welshpool accommodation. Perfect for couples and small families, Tref y Nant offers a peaceful setting for a relaxing break in Mid Wales. Converted from an old dairy, this self catering cottage is within a few miles of Welshpool, village pubs, great restaurants and various attractions.

Ground Floor
Large bedroom with double and single bed. Freeview TV along with a dressing table, chest of drawers, wardrobe and bedside tables.

Bathroom next door to bedroom includes a shower, wc and wash basin.

Upstairs
Open plan kitchen/lounge area with a welcoming leather sofa, freeview TV and DVD player.

The fully fitted kitchen includes a cooker, fridge, chest freezer, washing machine and microwave

Garden
Hot tub for private use as well as garden benches to enjoy the peaceful countryside views. Terraced garden at the front shared with B&B next door.

Additional Information

  • Heating and electricity included
  • Bed linen,hand and bath towels provided
  • Homemade Cake to welcome you on arrival. Tea, coffee, milk and sugar also provided
  • Washing up liquid, tea towels, cloths and toiletries provided
  • Wifi available (can sometimes be slower than what some guests are used to)
  • Cot and highchair available on request. Please bring your own cot linen
  • No pets
  • Plenty of parking space
  • This property has a £150 good housekeeping refundable bond, which is payable to Best of Wales along with the balance of your holiday. Alternatively, you can waiver this bond by paying a non-refundable fee of £5 per person instead.

Features

  • Sleeps 3
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Double bed
  • 1 Single bed
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
  • Hot Tub
  • Saturday changeover
  • 50 Miles from a beach
  • 2 Miles from a pub
  • 2 Miles from a shop
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen provided
  • Freezer
  • No smoking
  • Towels provided
  • No tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • No travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

Beautiful remote country cottage, the host Jane was lovely and nothing too much trouble, very clean, cake on arrival and small things there which you don’t usually expect but made the weekend great! Definitely would recommend!! Had to change my booking twice, first time was due to family illness and second time was due to snow - each time Best of Wales and the cottage owner were fantastic! Never ever have I been so supported to change a booking, very professional and considerate to each situation! I thank you!!Melissa from Wolverhampton - 11th July 2018
This a very rural cottage, lovely views and lovely people. The hot tub is a very nice thing to have after a long day. The nearest beach is about 1hour 40mins away and they are all lovely beaches so that is the only down side to this lovely cottage but worth a look. Give Wales a chance because it’s one lovely country with excellent beaches and nice people.Peter from West Midlands - 1st July 2018
Jane was very welcoming (property owner). Lovely quiet location highly recommend Miss Vicky Johnson - 17th June 2018
Lovely. Nice welcome by the owner... lovely touches of homemade scones and chocolates on arrival. Helpful owner and nothing was too much trouble. Lovely. Mrs Katie Sone - 9th June 2018
A beautiful cottage and excellent location.. really relaxing the hot tub was amazing Mrs J Ennis - 21st March 2018
My 11 year old son and I stayed for a week over half-term. Our purpose was to relax, enjoy the countryside, visit local beauty and history spots and enjoy the hot tub! Light railway from Welshpool to Llanfair Caereinion, Pistyll Falls, Cloverlands Model Car Museum, Montgomery Castle, Dolforwyn Castle, Powis Castle.Heather from Sandhurst - 30th November 2017
Welcoming hosts, very clean and cared for, stunning views and in the heart of a working farm. Recommends: Montgomery is worth a visit - castle, town and Bunners.Couple from Cambridgeshire - 14th October 2017
This little but well equipped holiday let, was just what we needed. We soaked up the stunning evening view while relaxing in the hot-tub which was a good way to wind down after busy days exploring the local and surrounding area.Sisters from Rhuthun/Ruthin - 19th September 2017
Lovely two storey property in a cottage style. Extremely quiet and relaxing. Absolutely wanted for nothing, lovely touches by the owner- a box of chocolates, scones and a bottle of milk on arrival. Hot tub was amazing looking out over the fantastic view. Good base for walking, relaxing, or a drive out through Snowdonia.Couple from Derbyshire - 12th September 2017
Gorgeous, peaceful, well equipped.
Recommendations: Powis Castle, Barmouth beach, Portmeirion, Swallow Falls, Beddgelert, Snowdonia summit, Montgomery, Berriow.Couple from Coventry - 2nd July 2017
A very comfortable cottage with a nice warm welcome. The hot tub with extensive views was superb. Powis Castle is a must, also Montgomerry Castle and Memorial for fantastic views - worth the climb. Lake Vyrnwy is a good day out for beautiful walks.Kevin from Leamington Spa - 27th May 2017
Amazing views, peaceful, perfect chill out, lovely location, fab hot tub, lovely family on the farm!
Recommends: Horseshoes Inn - Great staff and quality pub grub, Powis Castle, Steam Railway, Lake Vyrnwy, Aberdovey beach.Emma from Redditch - 22nd April 2017
A chilled out Easter break with family. Highly recommended.
Recommends: Powis CastleAnn from Lampeter - 18th April 2017
An amazingly, relaxing few days, thoroughly enjoyable start to finish.
Tips: Relax and enjoy the views from the hot tub.Robert from Tipton - 15th April 2017
Wonderful
Very friendly welcome and really couldn't do enough to help out when needed. Beautiful little cottage. Our daughter loved seeing the animals on the farm. I absolutely loved being in the hot tub with the cold wind swirling around in the evening.. You really cannot beat Powys Castle and its grounds. It's up there with the top visits in the UK. Nice cafe stop as well. The Royal Oak in Welshpool is a fine place to eat and the staff were incredibly friendly, especially since we had a very active 2 year old with us!Dean from Switzerland - 5th February 2016
Accommodation had everything you needed even a hot tub which was great!
Property owners were very helpful with directions and on hand if there were any problems. Welshpool ideal for shopping and well worth a visit are Montgomery and Newtown.Lorraine - 1st November 2015

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Local Area

Tref y Nant is a semi detached cottage, which forms the wing of a delightful, listed farmhouse that dates back to 1742. This cosy Welshpool accommodation enjoys large gardens and glorious views over rolling countryside. Set on a working beef and sheep farm within 2 miles of Powis Castle and the award winning village of Berriew which also has a lovely pub restaurant, Spar and butcher.

The market town of Welshpool (4 miles) offers a wide range of amenities, including shops and supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and pubs. There is also a canal, a steam train, a number of castles and even a small airport nearby if you fancy a flight in a small airpolane or helicopter. The Flash Centre in Welshpool has a large swimming pool with twisting slide, rapids ride, spa pool and is also great for young children with paddling and beach areas.

Enjoy fine walks around the farm and surrounding countryside, including a footpath that leads from the farm to Castle Caereinion. Ride the steam train from Llanfair Caereinion to Welshpool or 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. Among the recommended restaurants within 5 miles of the cottage, you have Horseshoes Inn in Berriew (1.5 miles), Nags Head in Garthmyl (3 miles) and Royal Oak and Cornstore in Welshpool itself (4 miles). Another one not to be missed is Checkers, the Michelin restaurant in the beautiful town of Montgomery (6 miles).

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