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Cwmbiga Bach Cottage is a recent barn conversion, which lies near Llanidloes, Staylittle and Dylife in the beautiful rural surroundings of the Hafren Forest and Cambrian Mountains.


Cwmbiga Bach is a 4* self-catering cottage which sleeps up to 7 plus one infant in in two double rooms, one single room and a twin room with en suite shower room.  There is also a large, open plan kitchen and living area and a family shower room plus a porch for muddy boots.

The kitchen has a dishwasher, microwave, electric hob and fan oven, fridge and freezer and a washing machine. The cottage has underfloor heating and a lovely woodburning stove for cosy winter nights in. In the summer, the windows are fitted with a mesh screen so you can enjoy the breeze without having to worry about insects invading the property! There are leather sofas and a throw in the living area so you can relax in front of the flat screen TV (with Freesat channels and DVD player, as well as a selection of DVDs).

If you don't fancy cooking, we have a range of pre-prepared meals you can purchase made here in our farmhouse with local and Welsh ingredients. There is a mini bar in the cottage stocked with Welsh cider, beer, water and also red and white wine.

The price includes all linen and towels, logs for the stove and fresh eggs from our chickens and cake on arrival.

The bedrooms all have built in wardrobes, drawers and underbed storage and there is space in the kitchen for you to put your food and drink. There is also a selection of baby toys and games for older children. A patio with garden furniture and a BBQ is outside the cottage and the kitchen windows look out towards the wildlife pond and woodland, with the Cambrian Mountains in the background. A bed with flowers and bushes is immediately outside the cottages, and you will see many birds come and visit the many feeders we have placed around the grounds.

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"Lovely cottage beautifully done up. Wonderful setting. Delicious food."
Monmouthshire (Horse) Riders.