The sort of place you’ll be congratulating yourselves on booking. There’s masses of space and the light simply pours in, as do the spectacular views: on clear days you’ll see Cadair Idris, the Berwyn Hills and even Mount Snowdon sixty miles away. The kitchen is designed for convivial cooking with a huge table for chopping or chatting, a range cooker and a built in wine and beer cooler. Fresh flowers, eggs from the farm hens, and a handpicked selection of local produce will be waiting.
On rainy days you can settle down with books, board games or telly in front of the wood-burner, but hardy walkers will be striding out. Join Offa’s Dyke Path nearby or tackle Cadair Idris. Return to supremely comfortable bedrooms (one downstairs with a wet room is fully accessible) each with their own quirky characters.
The garden has a massive barbecue, an oak beam canopy with decorative lights and a hot tub with grand views.