This remote cottage close to the top of the Blorenge mountain is the perfect getaway. It is a beautiful isolated spot surrounded by woodland and meadows abundant wildlife and with nature all around, it has it has far reaching views down to the valleys below.
The location of this 18th century cottage is truly breath taking. Set in its own valley no other houses are within sight and the far reaching views stretch out over miles of beautiful countryside.
The cottage itself it rustic and cosy, perfect for those looking for a rural get away. The house is heated by a log and coal burning Rayburn which can also be used for cooking and baking.
The open kitchen and large dining table are perfect for sociable get together with friends and family.A stay at Craig yr Hafod gives you a real rustic cottage experience. The house is comfortable and tastefully decorated but it has a real cottage feel to it with open fires, low ceilings and cosy style.
In winter the Rayburn needs to be lit and kept alight in order to heat the house. There is also an open fire and a log burner. All beds have electric blankets to ensure a warm nights sleep.
There is a very well equipt kitchen with Le Crueset pans and as well as anything else you may need to get stuck into some serious cooking.
The house sleeps 8 with 3 double beds, one normal single and one small single (suitable for a child - or an adult who isn't fussy). It's a small cottage so good fun to stay in with 8 people but you might feel a bit on top of each other in bad weather if you were there for a long time.
Guests have complete peace and seclusion within 23 acres of an entirely private valley.
The house has 4 bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room, a large living room kitchen and small snug.
Assess to the cottage will be with a key from the key safe. I live an hour away in Bristol and will be at the end of the phone to deal with any questions.
Please treat the wild natural landscape around the cottage with respect, ensure you now damage anything or leave any trace.
Also be careful when exploring there are quite steep cliffs on the mountainside in some areas.