Pentre Mawr is an 18th century farmhouse available for holiday letting. Llandrillo is a small village in the upper Dee valley 8 miles South East of Bala. It lies at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains. It is within easy reach of Chester, and all of North Wales.
The property The building is a traditional farmhouse. It lies alongside the Ceidiog River on which both fishing and bathing are permitted. It has central heating throughout with underfloor heating on the ground floor.
On the ground floor there is a fitted kitchen with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. There is a bathroom with shower and a large lounge/dining room. There is an oil fired Rayburn cooker and a wood burning stove.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a second shower room/wc. Accommodation comprises one double bedded room, 1 twin bedded room and a bunk bedded room. In addition two people can sleep on a double bed settee downstairs.
The following are included: outdoor seating and clothes drying facilities.
There are one and a half acres of private riverside grounds.
A television set and set top box allows reception of most television and radio stations.
The property is part of a working farm, dogs are not permitted.
Smoking is not allowed within the buildings.
All electricity, heating and logs are included as are bed linen and towels.
A broadband internet connection is fitted.
Local facilities The village of Llandrillo is home to Tyddyn Llan (Good Food Guide's best restaurant in Wales 2007). There are in addition three further food outlets including a Thai takeaway!
Further information A fuller description of the property and the area is available. Please contact us if you would like a copy.