This self -contained one bedroom cottage, extensively refurbished in 2016, has an open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area on the ground floor. There is a fully fitted kitchen with oven, microwave, fridge and washing machine. A comfy sofa and armchair, along with a flat screen TV and a good choice of books and DVD’s ensures that if the weather is inclement you can snuggle down and relax in the evenings.
We have tried to provide everything you will need during your stay in the cottage. Bed linen, towels and tea towels are provided, along with washing up liquid, washing powder and fabric conditioner, cling film and foil. A selection of Welsh sourced tea, coffee and hot chocolate are provided with a welcome tray of home -made cake and a jug of fresh milk. When available we leave some fresh eggs from our hens for guests to use. Extra eggs and home- made jam can be purchased during your stay.
Our large barn can be used to store bicycles, fishing gear etc. The porch on the cottage is ideal for leaving muddy boots.
Upstairs there is a large newly fitted bathroom with a walk-in shower, wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail. The good sized bedroom can be made up as super-king or twin and overlooks the cottage garden.
Evening meals can be provided in the dining room in the main house with prior notice. Please click on the link to see sample menus.
Guests are free to make use of our garden that overlooks the River Dyfi and is surrounded by hills and trees. There are a number of seating areas where guests can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Dyfi Valley. We grow a range of fruit and vegetables and have planted wildlife-friendly flowers and shrubs. Guests are welcome to pick fruit, vegetables and herbs as available.
We have two ponds in the garden to support wildlife and we have a good variety of birds visiting the garden throughout the year. This winter we have been delighted by a charm of gold finches on the bird feeders every day. New to the garden is a small wildflower meadow which we hope will attract many more bees and butterflies.
In 2016 we opened our garden for the first time under the National Garden Scheme. This involved a huge amount of preparation in the garden as well as baking cakes for the refreshments on the day. The day was a big success with many visitors to the garden and a significant amount of money raised for charities. Our garden will be open again on June 4th 2017.
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The Old Coach House is a strictly non-smoking property and we regret that we are unable to accept pets.
Guests are respectfully reminded that departure time of the morning of departure is 10.30am.