Hen Ysgubor Self Catering Holiday Cottage, Ffair Rhos, consists of two bedrooms (sleeps 4), lounge, fully fitted kitchen-diner equipped with a washing machine, dishwasher, dryer, iron and ironing board, fridge, freezer, microwave oven, and everything that is needed for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. There are two upstairs bedrooms; a master bedroom with a super king size bed (which can be transformed into two single beds) and a second bedroom with two single beds. The lounge is equipped with a television with a DVD player and a mini audio system with an iPod station, so you can play your favourite music. There are two shower rooms with toilets (one upstairs and one downstairs) A private patio with a garden table and benches, sun lounges and a barbecue are available to enjoy.
A large conservation area with a nature pond, perfect for picnics and games or chilling out and watching spectacular sunsets is available for the guests to enjoy.
Although there are no special facilities or proper access for wheelchair users, we will make every effort to accommodate people with disabilities. The ground floor sofa can be converted into a double bed with a downstairs shower-room and toilet all on the same level. Some guests might enjoy the choice of sleeping on the ground floor sofa-bed rather than the second bedroom. A travel cot for babies is available. There are ample parking facilities on the premises. Please contact us in advance to discuss details.
We regret that no pets are allowed except guide-dogs. All guests are kindly requested to refrain from smoking within the cottage.
History of Hen Ysgubor...
The main property Ty Uchaf (Upper House) was originally a mining manager's cottage, built in the 18th century and is closely connected to local history. It also served as a Public House for the miners and drovers at one time and is featured on the Miners Tourist Information Board outside the Teifi Inn. John Wesley (1703-1791) the preacher who founded the Methodist Movement, with his brother Charles Wesley (1707-1788), was said to have stayed at Ty Uchaf in 1764. An old miners track is now a delightful walk suitable for the whole family, leading from the cottage to the old mine. Only a few miles to the south is the historic Strata Florida Abbey; to the north you can visit Devil's Bridge with cascading waterfalls, a narrow gauge steam railway and the world famous three bridges built one on top of the other; a short drive away from beautiful sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay and its famous bottlenose dolphins and the Marine Wildlife Centre; Aberystwyth and Borth are just nearby with perfect surfing conditions, a river estuary and beach side golf course; only 25 miles from the Snowdonia National Park; within easy access to the National Gardens of Wales, Dan-yr- Ogof Caves, kite feeding centres, fish farms, riding schools and mining museums to name just a few attractions available for fantastic days out. The secluded location of Ffair Rhos is ideal for tourists to have either a relaxed holiday in an upland area or to use it as a base to tour. A fantastic area for outdoor and adventurous pursuits, including adrenalin sports, both inland and on the coast. Stargazing and astronomy - Very little light pollution makes Ffair Rhos one of the best places to view the night sky in mainland Britain. A WARM WELSH WELCOME/CROESO CYNNES CYMREIG: We would like to extend a very warm welcome from Red Kite Cottages hoping that you will chose to stay with us.
Hen Ysgubor is a beautiful self catering cottage, Ffair Rhos, which lies in the Cambrian Mountains, providing a comfortable 4 Star Visit Wales rated self catering family accommodation in Mid Wales.
Hen Ysgubor is located in a small tranquil hamlet providing an ideal base for:- Walking Cycling Fishing Bird-Watching Horse Riding Surfing Golfing Or simply relaxing in the beautiful and inspiring countryside rich in wildlife and steeped in history.
Hen Ysgubor is conveniently positioned in the heart of Wales; therefore access to the rest of the country could not be easier. Located in spectacular countryside with fabulous views, and within the Cambrian Mountain Plateau (generally between 1500ft and 2000ft), with the Brecon Beacons National Park to the South and The Snowdonia Nation Park to the north.