The Cottage

The cottage which sleeps six in three bedrooms has been lovingly converted by artisan builders and craftsmen from three derelict cattle sheds to retain the charm of a simple stone building with several stained glass windows and hand-built windows and doors.

The large well-equipped kitchen with its impressive red solid-fuel Rayburn has a dining table to seat eight, gas cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave with a view out over the garden and the hills beyond.

The living room area with its white-washed walls is simple and comfortable with a wood-burning stove which is perfect to warm up colder nights.  There is a  TV, DVD player and a cupboard full of games for you to arrange your own entertainment. Through the back window you can see the bank with the mill leat beneath and to the front you look out over the garden and the hills to the west.

The main bedroom has a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom. Here you can fall asleep to the sound of running water from the mill stream and wake to the song of birds. Facing west are stunning views of the mountains and the common and on the other side of the room a large window/fire exit and tiny wooden bridge leads straight out onto the bank of trees where the horse grazes and bluebells flower.

The second bedroom is a light and spacious twin room set under the eaves opposite the main bedroom with views over the fields and the mill leat. It has it’s own bijoux bathroom with tiny toilet and basin which children will love and is also suitable for agile adults if you reverse in!

The third bedroom leads off the living room with a single cabin bed with extra pull out mattress. There is also a double sofa bed in the living room which can accommodate occasional guests. (Bedding not supplied.)

At the front of the cottage is a sunny enclosed garden with fireplace, barbecue, bench seating and a sunset view over the mountains. Stone steps lead down to the yard with parking and a custom-built childrens’ play area with swings, slide and a small trampoline. The mill stream flows behind the house before reaching the mill wheel at the end of the bank but is not accessible from the house or garden.

The building is heated by the wood and coal fired Rayburn in the kitchen. There is also an immersion heater for hot water when the fires are not lit. We will supply you with a large basket of logs for each burner and a bag of coal for the range and will provide extra at a reasonable cost should you want it.

Due to the nature of its sheltered location Felindyrch does not have mobile reception but there is a land line for local calls in the cottage and you can easily walk or drive to the nearest reception hot spot on the way to the village about half a mile away. However we do have a great wi-fi broadband connection.

Well-behaved pets with their own clean bedding are welcome with a £20 surcharge per animal. This is a working farm and like the neighbouring farms we do keep sheep. The animals and machinery are kept and used well away from the area surrounding the cottage and garden. Arrangements can be made to have a guided walk around the farm to find safe walks and permitted play areas on the land.

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