Beautiful Woodland hobbit/fairy/witch house Nestled away in our woodland is our new roundhouse. Built from natural materials, nearly all from the woodland around it and super insulated with gas hob, wood burner and running water. Come hideaway, hibernate, nestle and nuzzle.. tend fires, read, swim in our lake, pick salad and eggs from the farm... This cabin offers the perfect place to step into a different pace, to be at one with nature, to slow down and think about what matters in the world.
“So, at first I didn’t want to even write a review. Only because I kinda want to keep this place all to my self. I 100% recommend this trip to anyone that has an outdoorsy bone in their body. I planned this trip for my wife, my 1 month old baby and my doggy only 12 hours before we left. This farm is pure magic and the energy there is unmatched, the roundhouse was perfect and has everything you could ever want (just be sure to bring some boots). The furnace was warm, having a gas hob made cooking a breeze, and there’s a sink with running water (only cold water, but no complaints there) which made doing dishes so easy, they had more than enough blankets and the scenery is unbelievable. 3 days just wasn’t enough. I highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a bit of nature and miss the uninterrupted sound of birds singing. If I could give them 6/5 stars I would. Much love.”
This is a ground floor apartment based in the village of Talysarn 7 miles from the town of Caernarfon in North Wales. Located in the Nantlle Valley with local scenic walks including the Dorothea Quarry.
“Lovely studio fully to our disposition, was great to have fridge and microwave for our use! Very comfy bed and good hot shower! We have only stayed over night as we were on our way but it was a lot stop and we really enjoyed it!”
A beautiful 19th century old school house set in stunning countryside just outside Snowdonia National Park. The Schoolhouse is close to the beaches on the Llyn Peninsula and has some wonderful walks right on the doorstep. Nearby attractions are Portmeirion, Beddgelert, Abersoch, Porthmadog, Snowdonia Mountain Railway and the castles at Caernarfon and Anglesey. The house is beautifully and eclectically furnished with French, English and Welsh antique furniture creating a warm and cosy atmosphere.
“Fantastic gem of a place in the Welsh countryside filled with beautiful period pieces. Short drive and you are in the mountains or on the glorious beaches, or just relax in the lovely suntraps in the garden and watch the wildlife (elusive cats are a delight!). Food was superb - try the evening meals - Karen is a brilliant and creative cook and Malcolm a great front of house and chive snipper extraordinaire. As for the breakfasts words cannot describe the deliciousness of the full veggie breakfast. Lovely hosts, house and food. Highly recommended.”