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Llanwrytd Wells

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Siskin

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 2


One of the eight cottages at Trallwm is Siskin, named after the pretty yellow woodland bird that, among other species, is often seen here. It's a relaxing retreat for a couple.

Magpie

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 2


This delightful semi-detached one bedroom cottage would suit a couple looking for a relaxing break within a beautiful forest, or a single person in search of tranquillity.

Red Kite

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 4


This 18th century, semi-detached, architect-designed, converted stone barn is tucked away in a quiet woodland setting beside a mountain stream in rural Mid Wales.

Nant Garreg

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 4 | Pets Welcome


Restored after lying empty for 70 years, this stone cottage has much character, including exposed oak beams. A patio and garden have been landscaped from the forest,

Tawny Owl

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 4 | Pets Welcome


Within a beautiful, unspoilt Welsh valley, this detached two bedroom cottage - converted from a stone barn deep in our working forest - stands beside a mountain stream.

Kestrel

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 4 | Pets Welcome


One of eight cottages at Trallwm, Kestrel is a semi-detached 18th century converted stone barn beside a mountain stream. Quiet and peaceful, it has a wood-burning stove.

Trallwm Farmhouse

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 7


This detached, spacious, comfortable three bedroom 18th century farmhouse, full of character, sits above two converted stone barns beside a mountain stream.

Trawsgyrch

Powys, Llanwrytd Wells
Sleeps up to: 10 | Pets Welcome


This traditional five-bedroom 17th century detached stone farmhouse, renovated but retaining its original charm, stands beside a mountain stream on a hill-sheep farm.
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