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Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

Spent four nights here in the waterfall yurt in mid June Mon to Fri it's an ideal place to relax and unwind. It's larger than a normal yurt with a lot more headroom and a full size door so no banging your head. The bed is large and luxurious and very comfortable indeed, it can be split into 2 singles if you wish as it's a hotel type bed that zips together to make a double. The decorations are very mice as is the private garden area outside. The wood burning stove gives out loads of heat and is supplied with ample firewood for your stay. The kitchen and bathroom are a short walk away and only for the single unit well equipped and very clean. The supply of tea coffee etc not forgetting fresh Welsh milk and bara brith was a very nice touch and very much appreciated just what was needed after a 3 hour drive from the midlands. Eating alfresco on the decking overlooking the waterfall was perfect and the local butcher supplies the best salt marsh lamb I've had in a long time and he also makes superb kebabs to throw on the BBQ perfect. I can't recommend this place more highly and would love to stop here again in the future I just hope the weather is as nice the next time.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Mickessox
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Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

Nice quiet environment and large room. Friendly host. Do it yourself breakfast which isn't always ideal but was fine for us and the reason we had decided to stay there. There was plenty of choice, so much so that the remainder made a good supper. Excellent place for peace and quiet.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

Our first yurt experience - and what a wonderful break! Tranquil, comfortable (large comfy bed & toasty wood stove), cosy, private, perfectly equipped: with your own fitted kitchen and quality shower room just a few stepping stones away... Fairy lights on the decking outside and the sound of water from the small river behind you - perfect! We loved it, thank you :)

Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Ladybirdhouse
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Reviewed 13 August 2016

We stayed for 4 nights in the waterfall yurt, close to the farm but discreetly hidden from everything. The yurt was beautiful with the most comfortable bed imaginable. It was simple, it is glamping, but so beautiful and well thought out. And comfy! Even the small sofa was perfect for curling up on with a good book. There was a wood burning stove and, although I have never used one before, I could actually make fire, sustain fire and make the yurt toasty warm. There is a "yurt mobile" for toilet, shower and kitchen and believe me this makes it as easy as home. The cooker is a gas one, 4 rings, oven and grill. There's everything you might need and it's all so compact it puts my kitchen to shame. There is also a very well stocked store shed, just up the road behind the yurt, which we didn't need but looked great. There were also plenty of places to walk to, eat out in and visit. Just the perfection of a quiet hideaway that turns into easy access to everything else. All I can say is it's FANTASTIC

Stayed: August 2016
Thank jemars
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

Cass was so helpful, and waited up for us to arrive (we got lost with no GPS signal)
She showed us how everything worked, and spent a good half hour answering all our questions about how the airstream came to be.

The airstream itself is fabulous, plenty of storage for our two little suitcases under the bed.
Everything you need to cook in the kitchen, and fridge freezer to store things (we popped into Aldi on the way).
Cass left us some yummy Welsh Cakes, and a pint of milk - nice touches.

There were so many things we enjoyed ;
Listening to the rain in the morning, as we slept warm and cosy in bed,
Lighting the chimenea and having drinks on the decking
Fairy lights outside, which made everything appear even more magical

Would recommend to anyone wanting something different, and totally chilled out

Room Tip: The airstream is amazing, and very private
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank BeccaDia
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