Escape to a serene space entirely surrounded by rolling hills and gloriously green fields, where you can shrug off the strains and stresses of everyday life. Divide your day between the sauna and hot tub, or pull on the walking boots and set out in search of hearty pub grub.
A delightfully decorated detached farmhouse nestled in the heart of Mid wales, Upper Caerfaelog is a welcome escape from the distractions of daily life. Sleeping up to 10 guests between six bedrooms, it’s an ideal choice for those wanting to enjoy time with friends and family.
Sympathetically stylish with traditional quirks throughout, Upper Caerfaelog features stunning walls of old exposed brick, luxurious log burners and sumptuously soft carpet in each of its beautiful bedrooms. A fully-equipped country kitchen will delight the designated chef, and three bathrooms ensure that all guests can enjoy a comfortable stay.
A private garden boasts a beautiful green lawn and patio area with outdoor furniture, whilst a choice of hot tub or sauna is guaranteed to be the most difficult decision you may have to make during your time here. There’s only curious cows and skittish sheep for company, making this stunning spot the ideal choice for those in search of perfect privacy.
Situated five miles from the historical hamlet of Abbeycwmhir, the farmhouse is perfect placed for countryside walks. As well as the Grade II listed happy Union Inn, Abbeycwmhir offers romantic ruins of the Cistercian Abbey founded in 1143, as well as the quaint St Mary’s Church that peacefully sits below enchanting oak forests and circling Red Kites. There is also a handsome Hall and gardens open to the public, offering exquisite Elizabethan architecture and history dating back to 1833.
For adventures slightly further afield, the inspiring attractions of the Elan Valley are within easy reach, as well as the Victorian Spa Town of Llandrindod Wells. Ideal for walkers and cyclists alike, Glyndwr’s Way national trail and Cycle Route 25 are within easy access too.
If you’re in need of sea air during your stay, why not head west to the captivating coastline of Cardigan Bay, known for its elusive dolphins and Victorian resorts.
If you’re celebrating something special during your stay, or simply enjoy sampling fine fare, head to Ynyshir in Machynlleth for Michelin-starred fare in an exquisite location (overlooking the Dyfi Estuary,) keep it local with a trip to Sugar and Spice Cafe in Llandrindod Wells or enjoy hearty, homely meals at the Triangle Inn, Rhayader.
Best choice for… .
The large group in search of privacy and comfort.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
Wonderful walks, comfortable bedrooms & a choice of hot tub and sauna!