Penyglog Farm Cottages
- 4 Star
- Open Fire or Stove
A warm welcome to our luxury Self Catering Cottages, near Machynlleth, Mid-Wales.
Croeso cynnes i’n Bythynnod Hunanddarpar moethus ger Machynlleth.
Three self-catering holiday cottages, set near Machynlleth, Mid-Wales which offer an excellent standard of accommodation bursting with character.
Warm, welcoming and comfortable, these luxury self-catering cottages are set in three individual locations on our organic farm which produces beef and sheep. Set amongst the lovely Mid-Wales countryside, each cottage enjoys beautiful local scenery over the surrounding farmland. They are ideally situated, providing you with the opportunity to savour some amazing views over the Dyfi Valley countryside.
Enjoy a wealth of wildlife from the luxury of your own garden, see the Red Kite soaring above, the birds nesting and take some lovely walks right from your doorstep. Secluded yet easily accessible, we are within easy reach to the golden sandy beaches of Aberdyfi and the glorious sights of the Snowdonia mountains as well as the many local and varied attractions such as the Centre for Alternative Technology, Historical Castles, Talyllyn Railway and RSPB Nature Reserve at Ynys-hir to name but a few.
Set right in the heart of the beautiful Dyfi Valley – we offer you a perfect place to relax and enjoy the wonders of Wales.
The self catering holiday cottages are inspected annually by Visit Wales and all have been awarded 4 Stars.
If you are looking for something just that little bit special, then this is the place for you. A real stunning treasure, a truly traditional Welsh impressive stone-built farmhouse, parts of which date back to the 17th century, set on a working organic farm.
With its own beautiful gardens and babbling brook and even its own stone summer house set in the wonderful gardens where you or the children can sit and read or just use it as a perfect hideaway to watch the birds. Aberhiriaeth has a wealth of character with oak beams, period fireplaces, slate floors, cobblestones and a wood-burner in the large inglenook. It is tastefully furnished in keeping with the traditional farmhouse.
Peaceful and secluded, just the place for total relaxation – yet, also conveniently near to the sea at Aberdyfi and glorious mountains of Snowdonia and the many local activities.
The main door of the farmhouse leads in to the large hall. From the hall you can enter two lounges, the kitchen, the pantry and access upstairs. At the end of the hall there is the front door which leads into a small conservatory.
The farmhouse has 3 large and comfortable lounges, one with a wood-burner in the inglenook with its original bread-oven. The other has an open fire. Both have Free-view TV and DVD Players with remote control. There is also a third lounge which serves as a reading lounge where you can read or relax in total peace.
The Welsh traditional oak farmhouse kitchen with its dining area is located in the old part of the house and is accessed from the main hall down a step. It is well equipped with the usual array of crockery and kitchen utensils. There is an electric cooker and microwave as well as the lovely oil-fired Aga. The kitchen leads into the carpeted lounge with its inglenook and woodburner. There is a TV with Freeview and DVD player. The pantry with its slate floor is located on the main level of the house and has a fridge and freezer. The utility with its washing machine and tumble drier is located up some steps from kitchen. A downstairs cloakroom is accessed from the utility.
There are 4 very spacious and comfortable bedrooms. The master bedroom has a king-size bed , there are 2 bedrooms with double beds and 1 bedroom with a single bed, all tastefully furnished. The beds are made up with fresh linen ready for your arrival.
The upstairs family bathroom has a shower over the bath and is accessed down 3 steps.
A charming 18th century former miner’s cottage, sympathetically renovated to retain its original features, with oak beams and a lovely oak inglenook with a cosy open fire.
Nestled in the surrounding hills and set in its own private garden it enjoys amazing views over the surrounding organic farmland. A beautiful place to enjoy a really relaxing holiday with many walks starting from the front door.
This carefully renovated cottage has a wealth of its original character retained. All the original oak beams are in place as well as the original bread oven in the inglenook with its open cosy fire. This tastefully furnished holiday cottage has a family lounge with Sky TV, DVD and Video Player, Radio and CD Player.
The all electric kitchen is well equipped with a cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer as well as the usual range of cutlery and crockery. There is a washer/drier in the utility.
There are 3 spacious bedrooms, one double, one twin with beautiful Welsh Tapestry Quilts and one with full-size bunks all tastefully furnished. All beds are made up with fresh linen and towels are laid ready for your arrival.
There is a downstairs bathroom with shower over the bath and and upstairs cloakroom.
Electricity is included in the price.
A wonderfully warm and cosy farmhouse which has been thoughtfully renovated without sacrificing any of its original character of oak beams, stripped pine doors and stairs and slate floors. It is set in a beautiful rural location with wonderful views over the surrounding farmland and masses of wildlife to watch from your window. The farmhouse has its own private garden with a patio and garden furniture. It is near to the lovely sandy beaches and sea at Aberdyfi and the magnificent mountains of Snowdonia. Nearby there are cycling routes, plenty of walks and a wide variety of places to visit. We are near to the RSPB reserve at Ynyslas and often see the Red Kite soaring above.
Tastefully furnished throughout, Llwyn-y-Gronfa has a large and comfortable, light and airy lounge with some lovely views over the surrounding farmland. It has a woodburner and colour TV with a DVD player. There is a dining room/lounge with old oak beams which also has some beautiful views. This has a woodburner and colour TV . The modern oak fitted kitchen has an electric inbuilt oven and hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and microwave and is very well equipped with the usual array of kitchen crockery and utensils. Both the dining room/lounge and kitchen have the original slate floors while the lounge is carpeted.
A washing machine and drier are situated in the utility, which can also be used as a lockable storage for cycles.
Llwyn-y-Gronfa has central heating installed. All linen, towels and electricity and gas for the heating is included in the price.
The farmhouse sleeps 6. Changeover day is Friday. Short breaks are also accepted.
Hendreron £235 to £530.
Aberhiriaeth £265 to £605.
Llwyn-y-Gronfa £250 to £585.
Prices based on time of year. Short breaks available with flexible start days.