A charming holiday lodge set in the peaceful Welsh countryside, Llety'r Dylluam Wen offers accommodation for four, well suited to families with children. The cottage is close to the Pistyll Rhaeadr - Wales' largest waterfall - and is surrounded by the Berwyn Mountains offering beautiful views for miles around. Modern furnishings can be found throughout, with kitchen work surfaces made from recycled glass bottles, and you'll find local interest books in the lounge. There's a long balcony, with outdoor seating, and you'll have access to a garden attracting a variety of wildlife throughout the year. This eco-friendly holiday cottage has furniture made from reclaimed wood, with eco-cork flooring in some rooms, and sits within a quiet village that you may have seen in the 1995 Hugh Grant movie, 'The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain'.
Perfect for walkers, Owl Barn Retreat sits within two acres of land, surrounded by open countryside for miles around. Off-road parking facilities cater well to those who prefer to drive around, whilst attractions within reach include National Trust properties and the RSPB visitor centre at Lake Vyrnwy. You'll be fifteen miles from Oswestry, and within easy reach of shops, pubs and restaurants catering to your every need.
The master bedroom at Owl Barn Retreat is a spacious double with excellent storage facilities and a large, panoramic window. The loft houses a twin bedroom with a skylight and limited headroom, best suited to children who'll find books, games and jigsaw puzzles waiting for them. Guests share a wetroom-style bathroom with shower.
Owl Barn Retreat offers pet-friendly accommodation, welcoming one well-behaved pet by arrangement. It also suits families with younger children, with a cot and highchair available on request. For artists and photographers, the Retreat will offer plenty of inspiration - wildlife, in particular birds, can be found everywhere, with peregrine falcons and buzzards being a particularly stunning sight.