Charming Welsh Cabin

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  • #Cabin
  • #Eco
  • #Romantic
  • #Family
  • #Rural
  • #Wifi
  • #Walking

£250.00 up to £440.00 per night as of 27/10/2023

Experience the enchanting Welsh countryside and the charm of Bryn at Woolly Wood Cabins. Whether you're seeking a relaxing retreat with friends or a romantic weekend getaway with your partner, this stylish and secluded cabin is the perfect choice. With two snug bedrooms and a spacious living area complete with a crackling fire, you'll feel right at home. Start your day with a scenic breakfast on the deck and end it with a cosy evening by the fire pit marvelling at the stars. Sleeps 4 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay 🌿

The highlights
A cosy cabin in a tranquil setting amidst rolling hills and picturesque forests.
Get cosy by the wood-burning fireplace inside. Sit out on your private, covered veranda and enjoy your morning coffee with a view.
Chill out with a beer by the firepit while you gaze at the stars.
Stay cosy with underfloor heating and a boiling hot water tap for an instant cuppa.
Venture out and explore the marvellous Powys countryside that surrounds you as well as the fantastic Elan Valley.

You should know
Pets are allowed here, and dog walks are on your doorstep.
Access is off the main road and 500m down a farm track; take care around livestock and keep your speed down.
There are motorcycle events on occasions throughout the year at the local Saints Well track.
Firewood is included.

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