14 steps to entrance.
Open plan living space.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, fridge and dishwasher.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2: With zip and link twin beds (can be kingsize on request) and trundle bed.
Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.
Electric heating and electricity included. Garden with decking, garden furniture and firepit. Balcony with sitting out furniture, second balcony with bath. Hot tub for 4 (private). Private parking 30 metres away. No smoking. Please note: This property has a natural water supply from a borehole.
The treehouse is beautifully designed with two bedrooms, ideal for small families or friends to enjoy time together in the unique and stunning location. A large open plan living area includes a modern kitchen and dining area. Patio doors lead onto the largest of two balconies, the smaller balcony has a copper bath perfect for taking in the stunning sunrises. On the lower deck you’ll find the 4 seater hot tub with uninterrupted views down the valley towards the sea. Here you can escape the pressures of modern life. In springtime wander through the deep carpet of bluebells surrounding the treehouse, at their fragrant best in the soft dappled early morning light. Nestled deep in the heart of the Cambrian mountains, yet just 7 miles from the stunning golden beach and dunes at Ynyslas, this treetop hideaway has the wow factor in every possible way. The Cambrian Mountains are home to some of the UK’s darkest night skies, with very little light pollution making for perfect stargazing conditions. You would be hard pressed to find anywhere more stunning, private and romantic. The treehouse is set within a woodland on the edge of a meadow. The fields adjacent are part of an organic farm and at different times of the year, you’ll see sheep grazing and lambs frolicking. The area is great for bird watching, exploring numerous footpaths and mountain bike trails straight from your door.
When the tide is low Borth and Ynyslas have excellent golden sandy beaches and even when the tide is high there is usually some sand at Ynyslas in front of the dunes. Borth’s award-winning beach is particularly popular with canoeing, fishing, sailing, surfing, motor boating, water skiing and sailboard enthusiasts - RNLI Lifeguards are in attendance during the summer holiday season - look out for the flags. Machynlleth is a jostling market town, with a great relaxed vibe, cafe’s serving good food, a supermarket and a great spectacle on Wednesday, which is Market day. Just North of Machynlleth is C.A.T the Centre for Alternative Technology and Corris visitors centre where you can visit craft shops and even a local Gin Distillery and take a tour to Arthur’s Labyrinths through Mine shafts below!