Brynmeurig stable is a converted agricultural building in a stunning rural location. A thick hedge between the property and the lightly used lane keep the property tranquil and private.
Situated 7 miles east of Aberystwyth the stable is a perfect base for visiting the locality.
Ground Floor: Two bedrooms, one large with a king size bed and the other smaller with a double bed. A bathroom with shower, WC and wash basin. A separate WC. A washing machine and access to the patio area of the garden.
First Floor: A small, cosy single bedroom with either a single 3' bed or two single 2'6" beds. Kitchen and open plan living area. The kitchen has a dishwasher, freezer, fridge, microwave and hand made units with Oak doors. The dinning area seats 4-6 around a pine table.
The main living area has two leather settees, 32" Panasonic LCD television with Freeview, DVD player, CD/Radio, and an attractive electric "wood burner" with realistic flames and smoke effect for those colder evenings or a romantic night in.
The flooring throughout the bedrooms and living area is solid oak. The main living area retains the original "A" frame beams and high ceilings as an attractive feature.
The building is highly insulated and centrally heated.
The stable has been finished to the highest standard, is fully insured and all electrical appliances are PAT tested.
Outside: Off the road parking; an enclosed patio with chairs and table; a lawned area with fruit trees and bushes, garden furniture and a barbecue. All fenced in. There is also a shed where you can keep your bikes, golf clubs etc or the kids can use as a den.
The area is ideal for those who are looking for an outdoor holiday. The nearest beaches are only 5-6 miles away. Borth and stunning Ynyslas with its sand dunes on the Dyfi estuary are about 8 miles away and are ideal for walking, taking in the views and building sand castles. This years Springwatch was broadcast from the Dyfi Valley.
There are miles of forestry walks and mountain bike tracks just up the road and the views are excellent. Three miles up the road is a layby where you can park and walk to the Nant Arian visitor centre and see dozens of Red Kites being fed every afternoon.
There are so many Red Kites here it is almost impossible not to see one. They pass over the garden on their way to and from Nant yr Arian.
Other local attractions include Devils Bridge Falls and Railway, Constitution Hill with its Cliff Railway and Camera Obscura, Borth and Ynyslas Golf Course, Capel Bangor Golf Course, The National Library of Wales, Pony Trekking, the Hafod Estate, sea fishing.
For those who like real food and real ale we are lucky to have both The Druid Inn and the Tynllidiart Arms just 10-15 minutes drive away. The Druid welcomes children and dogs; the Tynllidiart houses the UKs smallest brewery.
Broadband is provided free, wireless and cabled.
All bedding and towels are provided. Bring your own if you wish (some people prefer their own pillow)
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