One of four pretty, stone cottages located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the owner's working farm. Barley can be booked on its own and makes a lovely romantic retreat or together with the other properties making a fantastic touring base for families
Barley is full of rustic charm and boasts lots of original features including; exposed beams, roof trusses, and curved walls. Decorated to a high standard, in a country cottage style, there is a cosy sitting room, ideal for late night conversation, curled up in front of the fire, with a glass of wine
The contemporary kitchen is fitted with everything you need to make fresh home-cooked meals including electric cooker, microwave and fridge, along with an intimate dining area
All the cottages share the on-site spa facilities with sauna and indulgent hot tub, where you can gaze in awe at the spectacular scenery looking out over the Vyrnwy Valley.
This superior property takes self-catering to another level and combines rustic charm with every modern convenience. Wake up refreshed in the king size bed and enjoy breakfast whilst drinking in the stunning vistas.The shared leisure facilities offer the opportunity to relax in style and make this charming property a real winner with guests.
This delightful property is decorated with Laura Ashley fabrics and boasts many original features. It comprises of one double bedroom with super king size bed with en-suite bathroomDownstairs you will find a charming sitting room ideal for curling up and relaxing on an evening and a modern kitchen with dining area. Best of all you can book private sessions in the rejuvenating hot tub during your stay
North Wales provides everything any self-respecting pooch could wish for; miles of golden sands perfect for a game of fetch, leisurely riverside walks, exciting boat trips dog friendly attractions and tons of places where owners can enjoy a meal while Fido rests his paws.
The good news is; Barley welcomes pets, so your canine companion can tag along and enjoy a holiday in Wales too
In this section, we take a look at Barley along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer
We all need to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life occasionally and Barley is the ideal property to unwind. There are some scenic walks, cycle trails and bridle paths nearby, Snowdonia, historiccastlesand the glorious beaches of North Wales are also within easy reach by car.
The lovely shared grounds are an ideal place to sit and take in the breathtaking views of the Valley and the on-site spa adds a little bit of luxury to your holiday, imagine soaking in the hot tub, with a glass of champagne letting your stresses and cares melt away.
Stabling for two horses can be arranges for an extra charge by prior arrangement, and there are some fabulous bridleways to enjoy nearby. Barley is also pet friendly and allows 1 well-behaved dog so bring Fido along to enjoy the North Wales countryside too.
This rustic cottage can be booked individually for a romantic weekend or with the other 3 properties together they sleep 12 making them suitable for groups of friends or larger families
Overall rating - 94%
Location & surroundings - 88%
Helpfulness of staff - 88%
Value for money - 95%
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Wales is perfect for a romantic hot tub break with dozens of secluded picnic spots, deserted beaches, excellent restaurants, beautiful gardens and plenty of activities for the more energetic visitors
Llanfyllin is close by and is home to an excellent selection of shops where you can purchase any essentials you may need. Y Dolydd, a 19th Century workhouse is also worth a visit. Walking, cycling and horse-riding are all popular around the hills of Llangynog and the market town of Welshpool, with a host of shops, traditional country pubs and craft centres is just 14 miles away.
Visit Caernarfon Castle, Bodnant Garden or Portmeirion Village. Alternatively, the more adventurous may wish to discover the many outdoor pursuits available in the region why not enjoy the subterranean playground at Bounce Below or try coasteering.
Take a day trip to the island of Anglesey or spend time exploring Snowdonia National Park where you will find the county’s highest peak and scenery that will take your breath away.
North Wales is a huge adventure playground perfect for lovers of the great outdoors. So, whether you are enjoying a romantic getaway or action-packed family holiday it has something to offer all ages, whatever your pleasure.
No wonder more people than ever are choosing to holiday in this stunning region
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