Owl Cabin, Little Meadow Park

3 Little Meadow Park, Llanbrynmair, SY19 7DL


Key Information

Sleeps: 6

Beds: 3

Pets Allowed: Yes

Size: 14.8 x 7.8 metres

Year of Manufacture: 2016

Make: Bespoke design

Model: 3 Bed Deluxe

Licence End Date:

Park's Annual charges: £4,500 + VAT


About the Property

A large holiday log cabin (14.8m x 7.8m / 48ft x 25ft) built to building control standards within a large enclosed garden plot on a small family run park.

The log cabin has been refurbished this year to a high standard.

It comprises of:

  • open plan living/dining/kitchen area with 50 inch tv and Freeview satellite system
  • 2 large double bedrooms with en-suite and walk in wardrobe
  • twin bedroom
  • family bathroom with bath and separate shower

The outside area is fully enclosed with hot tub, decking, outdoor lounge furniture, a picnic table and BBQ, which are all included in the price.

A 99 year lease is offered with this cabin.


Features

  • Dishwasher
  • Double glazing
  • Driveway parking
  • Ensuite shower
  • Family bathroom with shower
  • Freeview TV
  • American fridge/freezer
  • Heating: Piped LPG
  • Hob
  • Hot tub
  • Internet access
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Patio decking
  • Television
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Wood burning stove

About the park / location

Little Meadow Park is a 19 acre family run holiday park nestled in the heart of the Cambrian mountains in beautiful Mid Wales. The park comprises of 5 holiday log cabins with additional planning permission for a further 10 smaller cabins and a craft hut which will be developed next year. There is an abundance of wildlife on the park including otters, red kites, osprey, and buzzards.

The cabins have unspoilt views of the Welsh countryside and the owners alpacas. The river Twymyn runs alongside the park.

Park Facilities



All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.