After a few years of city living, Tim and Fiona went in search of a more rural, sustainable lifestyle. They found Nant yr Onnen in 2000 after two years of looking at more than 200 places. They knew the moment they turned up the lane – even in the late October drizzle – that it was the place they had been searching for. The 200 year old stone cottage with its stream and little waterfalls, ancient oak, ash, birch and willow trees, and apple trees planted by families long ago was enough to convince them they wanted this to become their home.
The previous owners had converted the barn for accommodating friends and family. Inspired by their vision, Fiona has continued the process – wishing to make this beautiful part of Wales available to others to breathe in the freshest of air and sleep under the darkest of skies, in deepest silence…
Comfortably accommodates one couple and up to four children, or two couples and two children. Three bedrooms downstairs – triple, double and small bunk room. Large open-plan kitchen/lounge/diner upstairs with sofas, wood burning stove and large selection of DVDs, books and games.
Small double bed which swings down from the wall plus a seating area which doubles as 1.5m child bed. Small kitchen area with sink, fridge, hob, kettle and toaster. Shower, WC and basin. Wood-burning stove. Selection of books and games.