The stables and coach-house of a former hunting lodge built in 1910 by Clough William Ellis, the architect who designed Portmeirion, has been sympathetically modernised by an award winning architect. Nestled in the Brechfa Valley, the property includes a stunning glass-walled gallery and exposed stone fireplace with wood burner.
Outside is a wonderful decked patio suntrap. The area is rural with forest walks and mountain bike trails and has two very good restaurants and tavern close by. The lush Towy Valley with its historic sites and the Garden of Wales is only 8 miles away.