Bryn Meurig Bach


Bryn Meurig Bach

Machynlleth (View on a map )

Ref: 7113

5 Guests

1 Bedroom

No Dogs

No Wifi

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*** Change over days available Wed, Fri & Sundays *** Minimum stay 2 nights ***  

Bryn Meurig Bach is one of six treehouses available to our guests on this site.  Please be aware that pressing "Book" reserves one of these six properties, and means that you will be allocated one of these equally beautiful treehouses based on availability and suitability.  This is so that we can make sure that your family has a stay that's out of this world!

Description

Deep in a wooded valley in the heart of Mid Wales, buried in the branches of ancient oaks, you'll find Bryn Meurig Bach, accommodating two adults and up to three children comfortably in its log frame.  This treehouse experience will not disappoint.  This is no cabin in the trees, this is a genuine, traditional treehouse, constructed into the trunks of the native broadleaved woodland with walkways and staircases designed to emulate the rural landscape. 

Bryn Meurig Bach allows you to experience the vibrancy and energy of the woodland whilst also offering a timber retreat for peace and relaxation.  These treehouses are nestled into the valley, but beyond them, the undulating mountains of Mid Wales loom large, offering adventures and opportunities, history and culture among their folds.

A ride on the Talyllyn Railway will take you to the coast at Tywyn for a day at the beach, or get off at Dolgoch to visit one of Wales' most beautiful waterfalls, etching its way through moss and lichen.

A stay in this ancient kingdom, full of myth and legend of king and saint, of pure mountain air and quiet sentience is sure to leave you refreshed and truly invigorated.

Check-in - 3pm / Check -out - 11am  


  • Sleeping arrangements

    A couple on a double bed, and additionally two children on bunk beds and a third child on a day bed

  • Bathroom Facilities

    Swedish composting toilet next to treehouse. Spring water shower.

  • Cooking Facilities

    Fully equipped kitchen with gas hob and woodburning stove.

  • Internet Access

    There is no internet access in this property.

  • Heating and Lighting

    This property is off-grid. Heating is by wood-burning stove, and lighting is lanterns and candles. The treehouses are insulated and cosy all year round.

  • Child Policy

    Children very welcome!

  • Pets Policy

    No Pets

  • Grounds and Nearby

    Decked area outside treehouse, as well as rope bridges, wooden spiral staircases and tree hammocks

  • Parking Information

    Parking is across the field, there will be someone there to meet you when you arrive to help with bags and to show you the way.

  • Arrival Times

    Check in from 15:00 and check out by 11:00

Each one of these chic tree shelters sleep four - two adults on a hand built wooden double bed, and two children in built in bunk beds.  There is an optional day bed for a third child available.  All beds have views over the woodland from large windows, allowing for star gazing and bird spotting well into the night.  The living space is big enough for a family stay, and cosy enough for a couple, with fully equipped kitchen cooking and washing up facilities, comfortable seating and dining areas, and a central wood-burning stove providing a sepia glow over this simple existence.  The shower can be found under the structure, and the compost toilet is on its own platform nearby.  Rope bridges, spiral staircases, tree hammocks and streams also add to the experience, allowing the kids and the big kids an amazing, serene experience between the branches.

Machynlleth, the ancient capital of Wales, is just 5 miles away, which boasts Wales' own MOMA Art Gallery, as well as museums, pubs, cafes and a fantastic Wednesday market selling local foods. Visit in May for the famous Machynlleth Comedy festival.

Go further along the coast road to Borth and, on the way, find the Cors Dyfi Osprey project in the nature reserve or drive another 20 mins to the lovely seaside town of Aberystwyth.

In the opposite direction, Aberdyfi offers a variety of quaint shops and delectable places to dine. Stop by the acclaimed Seabreeze restaurant for a sumptuous evening meal or call in the Coast Deli for a delicious brunch.

Golf
Aberdyfi boasts a spectacular 18-hole Links golf course, a regular venue for national competitions.

Wildlife& Sport
Located within the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere, an internationally recognised nature reserve. Discover woodland and wildlife as well as a variety of sporting pursuits. Visit http://www.dyfibiosphere.wales to find out more.

Cycling and Mountain Biking
North Wales is a fabulous destination for cycling enthusiasts. Visit the purpose-built Climachx trail mountain bike course in Corris (http://www.dyfimountainbiking.org.uk/), just 8 miles away. Bikes can be stored safely below the cabin deck or hired from nearby Dolgellau http://dolgellaucycles.co.uk/.

If your cycling errs towards a genteel stroll, then the Mawddach trail won't disappoint. Enjoy 30 miles of breathtaking scenery and stop by The George III on the Estuary for a pub lunch and an ale from the local 'Moose' microbrewery.

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