Glan-y-morfa

If you really want to get away from it all, then Glan-y-morfa will give you the peace and tranquillity you yearn for...

Glan-y-morfa is a beautiful and extremely remote 300 year old Welsh farmhouse not far from Pennal, Gwynedd, with outstanding views over the River Dyfi.

The house is complete with an open log-burning stove, full central heating and a huge farmhouse kitchen. The house has been lovingly restored and is full of charm and comfort.

Tucked away within acres of farmland, the house is approached from a small farm track and it could hardly be a more peaceful location. The only noises you will hear are sheep or the occasional farmer's tractor.


Features

Sleeps eight: 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom, 1 children's bedroom with bunk bed
Pets: Pets are welcome
Heating: Open log-burning stove, full central heating and underfloor heating to the kitchen and ground-floor bathroom
WiFi: Free WiFi access is included


Location

Ideally placed for walking the mountains and hills around Machynlleth and the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park, Glan-y-morfa offers wonderful trails for walkers and hikers of all abilities. The ever-popular Cader Idris is within a short drive and will provide a wonderfully challenging day out with some spectacular views.

The beautiful seaside town of Aberdyfi is only a 15 minutes drive, famous for its miles of sand, wind and kite surfing, great ice cream and crabbing off the jetty.

Glan-y-morfa is just 4 miles from the old market town, Machynlleth, whose claim to fame is the coronation of the Welsh rebel Owain Glyndwr as Prince of Wales in 1404, and for the parliament that followed. More recently it has become well known for its mountain biking and boasts several of the best bike trails in Wales. Fantastic routes for all abilities start right from the town centre of Machynlleth and there is a purpose built single track in the Dyfi forest to the North.