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  • Self catering holiday accommodation sleeps up to four
  • Newly built to high, green-building standards
  • French windows open onto oak woods
  • Underfloor central heating
  • Page down for prices.

The self catering holiday accommodation has been built to very high, green, standards, with excellent insulation and fittings. The lower floor contains the entrance hall, kitchen/diner, and a spacious wet room, all with underfloor heating. The beautiful oak floors of the first floor lounge and bedroom are heated by solar-heated, underfloor heating. There is also a wood burner with logs supplied. The lounge has French windows opening onto a Juliet balcony, looking up through the oak woods to the summit of Carn Gafallt.  It has free-sat TV incorporating radio and DVD player and a CD player.

The spacious bedroom has a very comfortable 5′ bed, while there is also a sofa/bed in the lounge which easily converts to a 4’6” double bed, a mattress pad is provided for extra comfort. Linen and towels are provided and a hair-dryer is available.

The country-style kitchen has a comprehensive range of equipment including microwave, oven and hob, plus fridge, lots of workspace and all the little touches to create a real home from home.  The cost of electricity is included in the rental cost.

The negatives: no pets, other than guide dogs, no smoking, and, at the moment, we have limited mobile reception.

Prices 2018/9

Present to October 27th 2018.  £550 per week

Low Season
October 27th 2018– March 23rd 2019.  excluding Christmas – £450.00 per week,

March 23rd 2019– October 26th 2019. £550.00 per week

December 22nd – 31st (2018). £650.00 per week

Three night, short breaks are available in Low and Mid Season,
Low Season £360.00
Standard £450.00

Accessible after mid-day, Leave by 10am.


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