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Idyllically located house in its own grounds with fantastic views across the Dyfi (Dovey) estuary and Cardigan Bay. Though secluded - you drive steeply from the coast road (Machynlleth to Aberdovey) up a valley road with only three houses - 'Tan-y-Foel' is a 15 minute walk from the charming coastal town of Aberdovey with restaurants and pubs. Situated in the Snowdonia National Park, the back garden runs steeply up towards the hills just waiting to be walked. The organic livestock farm at the top of the valley may be visited by arrangement. Fishing on the Dyfi for sea trout and salmon, sea fishing from Aberdovey, windsurfing/sailing/kite boarding in the estuary, golf at the famous Aberdovey links course, walks including to the famous Cadair Idris.

The house has 4 bedrooms, sleeps 8. 1 double bed, 2 x 2 single;  bunk beds 2 adult size. Oil central heating with hot water all day. Fully double glazed. Large traditional slate floored, fully fitted modern kitchen with wood burner (logs can be purchased by contact with farmer, David Roberts at the top of the road.), modern range electric cooker, D/W, W/M, microwave, F/F. TV room with DVD recorder/freeview and CD player/radio and WiFi  hub.  1 sitting room also with TV. 1 traditional bathroom with roll top bath; 1 shower bathroom.

Due to fact the house has been cut into the hill, giving it the beautiful views and location, there are some shear drops around the house for which we can not take liability for any accidents.