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Cwmbiga Bwthyn 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.

The cottage sleeps up to 7 in in two double rooms, one single room and a twin room with en suite shower room. The remainder of the cottage consists of a large open plan living area, kitchen and additional shower room. The cottage is super insulated and centrally heated, though each also has a lovely wood burning stove for those cosy nights in. The cottage makes a great base for walkers, cyclists and horse riders to explore all that mid Wales has to offer: see our 'things to do' pages.

Looking for a short break for a large group?

If you are looking for accommodation for up to 14 for family get togethers / groups of friends, the cottages can also be hired together. In this case we can if you wish rearrange the furniture so that everyone can eat together in one cottage and all relax together in front of the wood burner in the other.

The cottages were designed, furnished and fitted out to a very high standard: a fact recognised by the Visit Wales 4 star rating. They are all located on one level and there is ramp access. To see how we limit the impact of the cottages on the environment, please visit our "sustainability" page. The hire charge includes all linen (except towels), electricity, heating and wood for the wood burner. We also provide a travel cot in each cottage.

Pet friendly: well behaved pets by arrangement. Stabling for up to 5 horses is available if required: and grazing.

And if you fancy a break from cooking, we can also provide evening meals for guests on the day of arrival / as required. All the food is freshly home-cooked and sourced locally where possible.

To book a stay in our lovely cottages or to
find out more just call or email us

"Great place to recharge, Clean, well equipped and cosy. Fantastic options for mountain biking, walking, running and exploring. Our 4 year old scared witless by blackness of night walk! Stars beautiful."
The Rushton Family, Preston