Pentwyn Farmhouse with the use of a lovely Hot Tub orginally was built in the early 1600's and has been most sympathetically and well restored to very high standard, making this a warm, comfortable and fascinating place to stay.
The house is one of three dwellings approached through a private wood, and up a fairly steep lane through the remote Yscir Fechan valley on the edges of The Mynydd Epynt.
There are the most amazing panoramic long reaching views from the cottage over the surrounding countryside and it would be tempting on a nice day just to sit in the sunshine watching the red kite, buzzards and other wild life that abound.
Guest are welcome to explore the 500 acres of scenic countryside that surrounds the property and the nearby Epynt Way walk, a 40 miles waymarked route (developed by the Army circumnavigating army land for public use) passes near the house through upland moorland. This is a perfect house for families especially in March and April with the new born lambs frolicing around in the fields - the owners are also happy to show visitors around the farm.
Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms.
Open-plan ground floor with a superb fitted kitchen with a built in-oven with electric hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Dining table with chairs. Comfy sofas and chairs and a large featured central fire-place with a "real-flame" stove and great ancient oak lintel. TV with some Sky channels. The utility has a washing machine, sink and a cloak room with handbasin and toilet.
Solid oak flooring throughout with hand crafted oak windows, solid oak doors and exposed beams. Excellent craftsmanship throughout, with "home grown" oak from the farm; all sustainably forested. The owners have used local joiners and carpenters at all times.
Up a flight of central flight of stairs to
Bedroom 1: Double bed with shower cubicle and washbasin.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds.
Bedroom 3: Double bed.
The family bathroom: Is very spacious with a double sized shower, bath, handbasin and toilet.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn, Edwina or Ceri
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