five stars by Visit Wales
‘Gwedd Y Glyn’ – The View Down the Valley
‘Gwedd y Glyn’ is a beautifully and sympathetically restored traditional stone barn with a wealth of oak beams and many contemporary touches.
This 200 year old building is situated in the upper Irfon Valley – a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is just a mile from the ‘Smallest Town in Britain’ – Llanwrtyd Wells. The area is one of outstanding natural beauty and is habitat to many rare species, most notably the Red Kite.
This luxury holiday home, which can sleep up to ten adults, is a restored traditional Welsh barn originally built from local stone and oak. This spacious accommodation is beautifully presented, stylishly furnished and completed to a very high standard.
Nestling within the Cambrian Mountains and in tranquil surroundings, ‘Gwedd y Glyn’ is, nevertheless, within a mile of the award-winning eateries, inns and brewery of Llanwrtyd Wells. With its varied schedule of events which include the Man v Horse; Bog Snorkelling; Beer Festival; Bird Watching; Mountain Biking; Pony Trekking, Walking and Fishing etc, Llanwrtyd is an unique centre for many outdoor activities.
‘Gwedd y Glyn’ also benefits from the ecological structures of Solar Panels and a Ground Source Heat System, both of which provide clean, renewable energy for the property.
Estynnir croeso cynnes i chi yn ‘Gwedd y Glyn’ ac yn y rhan hyfryd yma o Ganolbarth Cymru. Yma fe gewch brofi ‘Heddwch Ymhlith Harddwch’ yng ngwir ystyr y gair.
A warm welcome awaits you at Gwedd y Glyn and in this most beautiful part of Mid Wales, where you will find ‘Peace Amidst Beauty’.