The area is outstandingly beautiful and has everything you could desire, from seaside, rivers, forests and mountains. There is no need to travel if you don't want to. You can walk out of the front door in a different direction each day and follow the meandering rivers or up over hills.
There are a number of maps in the cottage to enable you to get the most out of your stay (please leave behind for our other guests). You can cycle from the front door or put your bike in the car and travel a few miles to the Hafren Forrest or Elan Valley and cycle the wooded tracks under the canopy of pine trees.
Alternatively, the west coast offers a range of seaside towns with beaches, harbours and ice creams a plenty. You might like to travel to Devils Bridge and take the steam train to Aberystwyth. The mountain road to Machynlleth takes your breath away with its beauty and views towards the Snowdonia mountains.
The town is flat and as such it is possible for a wheelchair user to be independent in getting around. There is a range of shops including grocers, butchers, cafes, restaurants, hairdresser, shoe shop, clothes shop, tourist information, library and doctors. You will also discover two park areas where you can sit by the river Seven and feed the ducks. Children can enjoy a play area in one of the parks. On Saturday mornings there is a small market in the town selling a range of local produce.
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Lead mines, churches, play centre, horse riding, walking, cycling, old market hall, Llyn Clywedog damm, leisure centre, mount inn pub