One of these four pretty, stone cottages situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on a working farm. Wheat can be booked individually as a romantic retreat or with the others to sleep 12.Full of character and boasting many original features including; oak beams, a lovely fireplace and curved walls the cottage is tastefully decorated throughout.All the cottages enjoy the bonus of the on-site spa facilities with luxurious hot tub and sauna. From the bubbles of the jacuzzi, you can gaze in awe at the breath-taking views over the Vyrnwy Valley.
Along with the rejuvenating hot tub where couples can enjoy a glass of champagne whenever the mood takes them.
The cosy country-style interiors and 21st century essentials, such as iPod docking station, this exceptional cottage offers the ultimate luxury; Peace and tranquillity.Couples can enjoy quality time together and recharge their batteries
Wheat is one of a cluster of refurbished cottages on a working farm and provides a perfect romantic getaway in jaw-dropping surroundings.
If, however, you are looking for holiday accommodation for groups which has the use of a hot tub it can be booked with 3 other outstanding properties, which together sleep 12, making them ideal for large family get togethers
North Wales and dogs are a match made in heaven, so many picturesque walks with fascinating scents to investigate, vast beaches ideal for digging and splashing in the shallows plus a host of dog-friendly attractions.
Unfortunately, Wheat doesn’t allow dogs, but, if that is an important factor when choosing your lodge, you can find plenty of dog-friendly accommodation here
In this section, we take a look at Wheat along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer
This delightful property retains many of its original features and provides cosy living accommodation for couples.
It comprises of one super king sized double bedroom (zip-linked can be twin on request) with en-suite bathroom including bath and overhead shower.
Downstairs you will find a sitting room oozing with rustic charm and ideal for curling up and watching one of the selection of DVDs provided along with a well-equipped kitchen.
The property has oil central heating throughout, and a wood burning stove making Wheat the perfect romantic retreat at any time of year. All heating costs, a starter pack for the stove and power usage are included in the rent.
The one acre of well-kept shared grounds is ideal for reflection and taking in the magnificent views of the Vyrnwy Valley and the on-site spa facilities add a little touch of luxury to your break.
Just imagine soaking in the warm bubbles, taking in the listening to sound of birdsong, with a glass of champagne in hand.
Stabling for up to two ponies or horses can be booked for a small extra charge by prior arrangement, and there are some fabulous bridleways nearby.
We all need to relax sometimes, and Wheat offers the opportunity to do just that!
Overall rating - 95%
Location & surroundings - 92%
Helpfulness of staff - 88%
Value for money - 88%
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This area has it all take a leisurely stroll around the countryside or travel further afield to explore Snowdonia plus the superb beaches of the North Wales coastline are only an hours' drive away.
The town of Llanfyllin is nestled in a picturesque valley, surrounded by hills, it is home to a good selection of shops where you can pick up all of your holiday essentials.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are some superb walks and cycle trails and it is also home to Y Dolydd, a 19th Century workhouse which offers craft workshops and events.
The busy market town of Welshpool, with an abundance of shops, excellent pubs and restaurants is only 14 miles away and the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno is within driving distance if you fancy a day at the beach.
Visit magnificent Powys Castle and unwind in the beautiful gardens or the more energetic can take part in the many outdoor activities on offer such as climbing, kayaking, fishing and Llama trekking to name a few.
Adventure and fun for all the family or relaxing retreat? You choose, but however you spend your visit to this spectacular region you will not be disappointed.
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