Penrhipyn was originally a blacksmith’s shop, the 19th century traditional Welsh cottage is built of river-stone with traditional features throughout including exposed oak beams and wooden flooring. The bedrooms offer wonderful views across the valley.
Located in the idyllic hamlet of Gwernogle, in the heart of the Cothi valley, Penrhipyn is a beautiful and tranquil rural retreat, complete with its own wild flower meadow.
Situated on the edge of the Brechfa forest and close to Llanfihangel Rhos-y-Corn mountain and Gorlech Trails Abergorlech, Penrhipyn is an ideal base for walkers and cyclists or for those who just want to get away from it all. Lock-up and washing facilities for up to 6 bikes available
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Ground floor living area
Cosy and beautifully furnished lounge with an open fireplace, exposed stone wall and wooden flooring. Includes SKY TV, DVD/video and CD player.
A great place to relax in after a hard day's "holidaying".
The open pine and oak stripped staircase leads to the two upstairs bedrooms and bathroom.
A delightful downstairs bedroom leads from the lounge, this is well suited, ground floor, accommodation for those with limited ability.
Large, fully equipped farmhouse kitchen (c/w electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine) with blue slate floors and traditional pine dining table and chairs.
A piano is included for cosy musical evenings.
Features exposed oak beams with unique iron lighting crafted by a local blacksmith.
Ground floor accommodation - 1 double bedroom and 1 bathroom
There are two double bedrooms and one twin, with wooden flooring and distressed furniture.
This double bedroom is on the ground floor.
A cot is available by request.
The well equipped and wonderfully airy second bathroom is also situated on the ground floor
First floor accommodation - 2 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin) and 1 bathroom
The second double bedroom with wooden flooring, distressed furniture, and Egyptian cotton bed linen.
Both the upstairs bedrooms feature exposed beams, plus breathtaking views of the tranquil gardens and rolling hillside beyond.
Penrhipyn Cottage has two bathrooms, one with shower, one with bath.
Fresh cotton towels provided.
Penrhipyn Cottage Gardens and Panoramic Views
Glass door fronted porch; ideal for storing coats and muddy boots.
Beautiful landscaped garden with mature trees and shrubs and a lovely hand-crafted pergola. Ideal setting for relaxing and al fresco dining. Rustic garden furniture provided.
Off-road parking is located at the back of the property, with room for three vehicles, leading to private access to the cottage. This area also offers a mountain bike lock-up building with facilities for washing muddy bikes, and adequate storage for wet/muddy clothing.
Our own wild flower meadows are available for all to share & enjoy.