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Tynrhyd

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Hostel with 1 bedspace £20-£30 pppn

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Tynrhyd

Tynrhyd

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Contact

01970 890213

Address

Pontarfynach,
Aberystwyth,
Ceredigion,
SY23 4QX

Details

Tynrhyd Retreat
Brand new, stylish, contemporary barn complex set in the scenic village of Devil’s Bridge, and just 10 miles from the seaside town of Aberystwyth, with unrivaled spacious rooms and wonderful views out over the Cambrian countryside.

Tynrhyd Retreat is a magical property to celebrate that special occasion, celebrations, holidays, relaxing escapes, corporate events and weddings. Games room, wood burners and internet access included. Waterfalls, inspirational walks, mountain biking centres and numerous attractions on the doorstep. Restaurants, cafes and pub nearby.

Formally a working farm which belonged to the historic Hafod Estate, Tynrhyd Retreat is nestled amongst 13 acres of private grounds providing the 'away-from-it-all' peacefulness that you may long for but at the same time being easily accessible.

Tynrhyd Retreat embraces open plan living with a flexibility of layout, light and airy accommodation on two floors, double height ceilings, welsh oak beams and oak flooring. It really stands out of the crowd! Pet dogs are welcome too.

The house offers three large kitchens, three spacious dining areas and three cosy living rooms in addition to a games room and cinema/music room (with piano), a large outdoor swim spa/hot tub, a full size football pitch, outdoor table tennis and 13 acres of private grounds to explore.

There are 10 spacious bedrooms with very flexible bed layouts and 10 bathrooms. The property can comfortably sleep 20-28 people with an additional 10 people if required, taking it up to a maximum occupancy of 38. For the romantics there is a large bedroom suite with dressing area, bathroom and a lovely Juliette balcony.

This beautiful structure has been sympathetically converted to a very high standard using quality materials. It has been awarded a Quality Build Excellence award in 2015.

During your stay, the owners (who live on site) are also at hand should you require any additional assistance and provide a very warm welcome.

Weddings
Tynrhyd Retreat has a wedding license and the extensive grounds are ideal for a marquee wedding fete with lovely views (please contact owners directly for more information.)

Plenty of activities for all
There is much to enjoy near this high quality barn. On your doorstep you’ll find stunning scenery and wildlife, beautiful walks, fishing, mountain biking nearby & plenty of opportunity to view the red kites gliding above.

Devils Bridge
Nestling between the Cambrian Mountains and the Cardigan Bay coastline, Devil's Bridge has been a tourist attraction for centuries, famous for the unique arrangement of its three bridges which are built one on top of the other. Various paths are accessed via coin-operated turnstiles that lead down to either side of the bridges.

The longest, steepest path goes right down to the valley floor giving wonderful views of spectacular cascading waterfalls and crossing the raging torrent before climbing back up the other side.

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Map reference: SN 729765  Lat: 52.37263 Long: -3.86777

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