Reviewed 10 March, 2020
Great little apartment in Mid-Wales, ideal for a work trip or solo / couple travelling. Loved the range of goodies left for breakfast including homemade bread. Good wifi, comfy bed, what more do you need?
Reviewed 26 January, 2020
Stayed in the Davies apartment which was very clean, warm and cosy huge comfortable bed with nice cotton bedding and fluffy pillows, well equipped kitchen with tea, coffee, sugar, milk. Orange juice homemade bread, jams and cereals provided. Would definitely stay here again.
Best stay I have ever had!
Reviewed 21 November, 2019
I loved staying here with my dogs! 2 weeks away from home, and Phil and Zoe made it easier. I highly recommend! Dogs loved the stay too, running around the big field like hooligans wich made it nicer again! Located 4 minuites away from town made it easier for me travelling with the 2 dogs. Lovely warm rooms located away from the roads, very tranquil. Lost my phone temporarily, Phil and Zoe helped no end which I appreciate massively! Will definitley return in the near future!
A welcoming, timeless, nature-scaped retreat
Reviewed 23 September, 2019
In a small hidden valley lay a timeless mansion- Victorian? Georgian? - that swept one back in time, a true disconnect!!! Tall poplar trees vaulted Into the heavens. An early morning sun was dissolving the veil of shimmering mist to reveal a framework of ancient trees around a sloping garden- and beyond 8 acres of land to explore. Our room overlooking this landscape was an apartment, that is to say a very comfortable king size bed, en-suite with very enjoyable shower and kitchen. This was fully equipped with supplies for refreshments and our self service breakfast. In the morning warm freshly baked bread had been delivered to our room door. Our room was comfortable with lots of homely touches giving us a sense of ‘at ease’ and wellbeing. In the true sense, our experience was that of a warm hearted Welsh welcome.
A real welcome in the hillside!
Reviewed 5 September, 2019
Two charming apartments part of a traditional Welsh farmhouse in the Welsh hills. Very well appointed for a base for exploring the countryside with a kitchen and en-suite bedroom with small dining table.We were greeted with a loaf of bread fresh from the oven which was meant to be for breakfast together with a selction of jams, creal , tea, coffee and orange juice. In our case we couldn't resist having some bread while it was still warm! We had a good wi-fi signal and Sky television. The hosts were very acommodating, inviting us to use the firepit and other outside facilities and we will definitely be returning. We woke up to a beautiful view of sheep grazing on the mountain but a taxi to the town centre was only £5.