All on the ground floor.
Open plan living area.
Kitchen area: With induction hob, combination oven/microwave, fridge, dishwasher.
Bedroom area: With king size bed, wood burner, Smart TV, bath, selection of books and games, and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
Ladder leading to…
Under floor heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Welcome pack. Garden with decked area, garden furniture and barbecue. Private hot tub. External shed: With storage for coats, boots and bicycles.
Featured on ’Our Family Farm Rescue’ with Adam Henson, on Channel 5 in August 2021, Gwenllian offers a relaxing, unique stay coupled with the luxury of a wood-fired hot tub on the deck, under a spectacular starlit sky. Located on a hilltop at 600 ft above sea level, Noddfa Glamping offers some of the best views possible in this mystical part of Wales without sacrificing the comforts and luxuries of home.7 miles from Machynlleth, Darowen is a truly scenic area brimming with natural beauty, a place of densely wooded hillsides and ancient standing stones; you can just feel the history and atmosphere radiating from the hills around you.
Inside the geometric dome offers a vast open-plan and beautifully appointed interior with a wood burner, underfloor heating, king-size Vispring luxury bed, Smart TV, en-suite shower room and deluxe nickel-plated copper bath next to the bed. The fully equipped kitchen has electric appliances, 2 ring hob and a combination/microwave oven. Swap the fast pace of life for cooking breakfast and lunch on the fire pit or BBQ, chill out on the outdoor sofas with a beer after a bike ride - the dome comes with two complimentary mountain bikes for use during your stay. If you are looking for a romantic glamping experience in Wales, look no further than this newly built Geo-dome, featured on Channels 5 ’Our Family Farm Rescue Aug 2021’.
The Cambrian Mountains are brimming with nature from birds to mammals, flora to fauna, woodland to riverbank. Visit as many of the nature reserves as you can, and you’ll be amazed at what is on offer. Watch out for the many red kites soaring above, and the occasional buzzard or even an osprey. The Machynlleth area has history, heritage, and culture around every corner. From choral sing and competing in Eisteddfodau to sheep dog trials and agricultural shows, the landscape has brought people together to socialise so much over the centuries and still does.