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Farmhouse / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 12
Maesywerngoch is a recently refurbished 300 year old stone built longhouse situated in the Dovey Forest 3 miles from the village of Pennal in Southern Snowdonia National Park. The house sits in several acres of beautifully landscaped gardens with streams and ponds and enjoys spectacular views of Cadir Idris and the Dovey Estuary from the many walks available directly from the house. Maesywerngoch is well situated with no neighbouring properties.
The house has been renovated to a very high standard while still maintaining its charm and character. Original wooden beams, slate floors and thick stone walls are present throughout the house. Central heating, SKY HD TV and wireless broadband internet, fitted carpet throughout the first floor and under floor heating in the downstairs wet room are just a few of the amenities available at Maesywerngoch to make your stay comfortable.
Enjoy cooking in the fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with traditional AGA along with a modern oven and gas stove, fridge and dishwasher. The utility room contains a Bosch washing machine and Bosch condenser dryer as well as large Hotpoint fridge/larder and large sink.
Maesywerngoch sleeps 13 people comfortably in six bedrooms; the master bedroom contains a super kingsize bed with en-suite bathroom with separate shower, bath, loo and basin. The second bedroom contains a king size bed, and the third bedroom contains triple bunks; double on the bottom and single on top and has a DVD player for the children. The fourth bedroom contains bunk beds and cupboard and the fifth bedroom contains twin beds and, cupboard The sixth bedroom contains a king size bed with en-suite shower room. There are two shower rooms on the first floor with basin, loo and shower, both enjoy views over the gardens. The large wet room on the ground floor has under floor heating and contains a separate, large walk-in shower with separate bath, basin and loo.
Sitting room 1 is a comfortable and cosy room featuring an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, two large sofas and two comfy chairs. This room also contains a Samsung 46 inch LED TV with SKY Plus HD television. There is free WiFi throughout the house.
Sitting room 2, formerly the barn, has a mezzanine sitting area with views over the valley, wood burning stove, a Samsung 46 inch LED TV with Sky and card table. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors open fully into the garden.
The stylish dining room features a 10-12 seater dining table, a wood burning stove as well as seating area to take advantage of the stunning views over the garden and forest from the sliding glass doors that open fully to give the feeling of dining al fresco!, There is a table for games or puzzles, enjoy the constellations with the telescope, there are no lights in the forest to impede your star gazing. Bird lovers will enjoy viewing the many varieties that visit out bird table including a family of 3 wood peckers. This room does not contain a television.
The seaside town of Aberdovey is a pleasant 20 minute drive along the coast and the market town of Machynlleth is a 10 minute drive away.
Enjoy the many activities available in the area from hill walking, mountain biking, golf, fishing, and kayaking to art galleries, restaurants and shopping.
The gardens have been transformed from woodland and fields over the last 30 years to include many species of Camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons, and roses. The stunning grounds contain streams, waterfalls and unfenced ponds. Children will need supervision at ALL times. Enjoy a game of badminton on the front lawn or hide and seek. There is a small tent for those who would prefer to 'camp' in the garden where one can listen to the hoots of our resident owl.
Maesywerngoch is a walkers paradise with many walks originating from the house. Cadir Idris is a short drive away and the beautiful views of the Difi Estuary and sea from Aberdovey are simply breath taking.
Cycle route 8 winds its way through the forest, bring your mountain bike or hire one in Machynlleth.
Maesywerngoch is an idea location for family reunions, groups and just getting away from it all.
This house sleeps 10 adults in beds. The bunk beds are only suitable for children.
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 6 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Aberdovey and Borth. 15 km|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Birmingham/Manchester/Liverpool 110 km, Nearest railway: Machynlleth 3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 2 En suites and 2 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (3), Single beds (4), Bunk Beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 14|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The North Wales region
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23 Aug 2014
"A completely brilliant holiday"
The great thing about this place is the mix of comfort inside the house and its wonderful location. We were fortunate enough to visit when the weather was good and could combine playing outside in the really well kept garden with toddlers and taking them to the seaside (some members of our party actually swum!). We could only do short walks because of the kids, but clearly there are wonderful walks to be undertaken, according to the helpful information left by the owners. The views from just outside the house and from the dining room are breathtaking. The kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms are all well equipped and finished to a luxurious standard - we even cooked in the unfamiliar Aga, guided by the helpful instructions left. Most of our evenings were spent in relaxed dining but there are TVs much larger than our own and games and puzzles provided if further relaxation is required. Shopping was easy in Machynlleth, about 6 miles away - the butcher as described provided really delicious meat and the market on Wednesday provided delicious fish and veg. It is worth taking some basics with you, but we found stuff such as tea and olive oil there. Though we went in the summer, we could imagine being holed up in poor weather as the house is so spacious (two large sitting rooms) and there are wood burning fires. Altogether a wonderful place.
We are pleased to hear that your party enjoyed both the house and the surrounding area. We will leave some blackberry picking containers for future visits!
5 Aug 2014
"Fantastic and unique house in a stunning location"
This house was the perfect location for our family group ranging from age 3 to 80 years! The garden is ENORMOUS and a brilliant place for the children to explore and play in. It was like having our own private park! The location is very secluded up a long "bumpity bumpity track bang bang road" as our 3 year old put it, but it was still only a 20 minute drive to Aberdovey beach with its crabbing and playing in the sand. We also visited King Arthur's Labyrinth which is just down the road and well worth the money, and Coed y Brenin for mountain biking which was about a 40 minute drive away. My husband managed to find a mountain bike ride right from the house and doing the 3 mile run up the track is a good form of exercise!
The house itself had everything we needed - ample bedrooms, bathrooms and lounge areas, including loads of games and books for the kids and a kitchen with everything you could need. We didn't use the log burners but I imagine it would be a very cosy place to stay in winter with the burners lit and the Aga cooking dinner..! We loved watching the birds - especially the woodpecker - visiting the bird table every morning. We'd love to go back again one day and can't recommend Maesywerngoch enough.
We are so pleased that you enjoyed your time at Maesywerngoch and the surrounding area and gardens.
Yes, the road can be a bit bumpy at times! We have been on to the Forestry Commission and hope they will come out and fill in some of the pot holes soon. We look forward to your next visit. Susan