Ty'r Onnen Trehouse


  • #Treehouse
  • #Eco
  • #Romantic
  • #Rural
  • #Quirky
  • #Hot-tub/outside Bath

£205.00 per night as of 08/01/2024

Ty'r Onnen Treehouse is a secluded, rural retreat, resting in the ancient, gnarled boughs of the enchanting, faraway tree. Huddled in the lush, natural farmland of Ceredigion, West Wales, it is an eco-friendly nest for romantic, rural tales. Picnic in the wild, open meadows and wander the fields, climbing the soaring mountain peaks and descending into the flourishing valley scenes. Spy the rare, local wildlife and look up at the atmospheric skies, waiting for the star-lit nights, enjoying a glass of wine beside the fire. The handcrafted, wooden treehouse uses sustainable energy for its zero-carbon footprint. There’s a wood-burning stove to keep you toasty and warm, along with solar lights and USB charging ports. A private water supply even offers lashings of hot water, while a BBQ and electric cooker are perfect for cooking some fresh, local produce. You can also relax in the wood fired hot tub. The magic of country life doesn’t stop there, as there’s endless treats for you and your loved one to share. Look out for the rainforest shower hidden in the leafy treetop canopy, or the crackling firepit for marshmallow toasting. There are tree stump stools and a picnic table, along with panoramic views across the fairy-tale landscapes. Climb the wooden staircase to explore the inner depths of your treehouse, admiring its contemporary design and fanciful touches. There’s a studio living-sleeping area and a modern en-suite bathroom, complete with soothing shades and handmade furniture. Curl up on the comfy sofa next to the roaring wood burner, or prepare a sumptuous meal in the bespoke slate-topped kitchen. There's a small fridge for storing fresh goods. Sliding doors open out onto the stunning treetop balcony, while a sink-in king-size bed offers the ultimate morning lie-ins. Though if you do decide to wake up nice and early you'll be treated to spellbinding sunrises, as you listen to the sweet sound of birdsong and the whispering of the woodland. Ceredigion is known for its untouched natural beauty and Ty'r Onnen Treehouse is the ideal base for exploring. Don your walking boots and head out for adventure, discovering sparkling waterfalls, gentle hills and secluded, sandy beaches. Visit the magnificent Devil’s Bridge or the Bwlch Nant Forest Centre, or the rugged Cambrian Mountains and the idyllic Elan Valley. Borth and Ynyslas both have golden sandy beaches, while bustling Aberystwyth has a vibrant seafront culture.


  • Logout Cabin

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    OFF-GRID LAKESIDE ESCAPE - Escape from everything at Logoutt, an architecturally and mindfully designed space offering a restorative, eco-friendly break by the side of a tranquil lake in Ceredigion. Slide open the bi-fold doors and let the warm summer air in or step out onto the deck and enjoy your morning coffee with a view, while huge windows ensure you can enjoy your beautiful surroundings from the comfort of the cabin. Practice yoga on the deck (a mat and cushion are provided) or borrow a bike and explore the surrounding countryside. Sleeps 2 🛏️ Green StayThe highlights A stunning zen retreat offering a peaceful lakeside space to relax, reset and press pause. Slide open the bi-fold doors and let the warm summer air in or step out onto the deck and enjoy your morning coffee with a view. Huge windows ensure you can enjoy your beautiful surroundings from the comfort of the cabin. Practice yoga on the deck (a mat and cushion are provided) or borrow a bike and explore the surrounding countryside on two wheels. Tune into the sounds of zen with Logoutt's curated playlist, or experience deep relaxation and inner peace with the healing sounds of a sound bowl. Order local produce with a fantastic curated Moody Cow food hamper with handpicked essentials from the Moody Cow Farm Shop. You're well placed to explore the surrounding foothills of the Cambrian Mountains and the charming seaside towns of Aberaeron and Aberystwyth.

    £135.00 up to £205 per night

  • Llys Alaw

    • 4
    • 3 nights Min Stay

    Llys Alaw is an Edwardian house in the charming village of Capel Bangor in the heart of Mid Wales’ Cambrian Mountains. Recently renovated inside and out, it is now a stylish holiday home for up to eight guests. With contemporary interiors designed to help you feel relaxed the moment you step in through the front door and a beautifully designed garden, perfect for entertaining, this is an excellent choice for big families or groups of friends. It even has its own gin bar where you can help yourself to complimentary cocktails on arrival. Step inside and you’ll find the living spaces on the ground floor. The spacious kitchen is well equipped with everything from a Rangemaster oven to a wine fridge. This leads through to the light and airy dining area, perfectly positioned in front of large bi-fold doors out into the garden. There’s a second dining table outdoors so you can make the most of the fresh air on warmer days. In the evenings or on chillier days, retreat into the cosy sitting room, with sofas and an armchair gathered around a log burner and a wall-mounted wide screen TV. Upstairs, you’ll find the four bedrooms, each with its own colour scheme and decorated with local artwork. There are three double rooms and a twin, all prepared in Egyptian cotton sheets, soft throws and luxury bedding. In the ensuites and in the family bathrooms, fluffy bath towels will be waiting for you on heated rails. Head outside through the impressive bi-fold doors in the dining area and you’ll find a beautifully designed outdoor entertaining space. The large patio leads down to an outdoor kitchen and dining area with a barbecue, Belfast sink and Welsh slate work surfaces. When you’ve finished dinner, head over to the stylish firepit, surrounded by seating and enclosed by box hedging. Alternatively, try a cocktail at the gin bar or relax in the eight-seater hot tub as you watch the sun go down. Llys Alaw is located in the Cambrian mountains but just a few miles from the seaside town of Aberystwyth, so there’s something for everyone. Tackle some of the Ceredigion Coastal Path and be rewarded with some spectacular views, or head out on a dolphin-spotting boat trip. Hike to the famous Devil’s Bridge Falls or enjoy the landscape in a more leisurely fashion with a ride on one of The Vale of Rheidol Railway’s restored steam trains. Then it’s back to the house for a barbecue and a soak in the hot tub.

    £220.00 per night

  • Edge House

    • 4
    • 3 nights Min Stay low season 7 nights high seasons

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    £2,145.00 up to £4,345.00 per week

  • Caerwenfor

    • 4
    • 3-7+

    Caerwenfor is an incredible and unique hideaway, built into the clifftops of Ceredigion! Throughout the property, you can marvel at views of the sea while relaxing and enjoying the cosy rooms. Use the telescopes to see even further - perhaps spotting wildlife in the waves or breathtaking star-strewn skies! On sunny days sit out on the lawned roof whilst breathing the fresh sea air. Sleeps 4 Marvellous cottage with spectacular sea views. Located on its own private stretch of land, meaning you are guaranteed plenty of privacy. Stay cosy inside in winter, and come summer sit on the lawned roof of the cottage whilst breathing the fresh sea air. Ideal for small groups of friends or family. Situated within its own 52 acres of SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) land with extensive flora and fauna. Located near to some fab Welsh towns and miles of amazing coastlines.

    £1155- 1925 per week - Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season