Kitchen Well equipped with a Kenwood 5 hob gas cooker with 2 ovens, a modern Belling electric cooker with 4 ceramic hobs, with oven and grill. Larder fridge (also see buttery), 2 dishwashers, microwave and capacious cupboards, working surfaces and drawers. There is a slow cooker, a Dualit 6 slice toaster. Great views of garden and mountains.
Cegin Fawr (aka Dining Room) The old oak refectory table seats 16. Charming Welsh dresser contains the cutlery and crockery. On the side table you will find the Alexa Dot A log stove is on hand to provide extra atmosphere and should you wish for a cabaret or other dramatic production while you eat, the minstrel’s gallery above you offers the ideal stage.
Cruck Hall (aka Music Room) Plenty of relaxing room to appreciate the Eavestaff piano and the multi room speaker system which controls the 4 sets of speakers for dining room, lounge, kitchen and hall. Also the hall shows off the 1490 cruck construction. significantly mentioned in Nicholas Pevsner’s book of historic Welsh houses.
Lounge – comfortable seating and a woodburning stove is provided, and In the drawers of the 17th century oak chest you’ll find Scrabble, packs of cards, chess, and dominoes, plus the dictionary and many other books in the bookcase.. If you need the lounge extra snug, drawing the big curtains will do the trick.
Garden Room (aka Breakfast Room) This has stunning views down the valley, and is good for relaxing over coffee, watching the buzzards and kites as they quarter the valley, or for children to do drawing activities. This entrance from the car park also provides accommodation for boots and jackets etc.
Buttery (aka Laundry) Here, butter was made up to the 1950’s, and looking down on to Jenny’s garden you will see the original slate sinks which were carefully removed to create this water feature.. So now the old buttery houses the washing machine, tumble-drier, and “sheila maid/Barnes airer on a pulley to winch clothes up to the ceiling for brilliant drying), iron and ironing board plus Belfast sink (excellent for bathing babies!). There is also a 4-drawer extra fridge – good for all the drinks – and a 4-drawer freezer,
Lavatories (aka Loos, toilets) There are six of these littered around the house so even those of you operating on the shortest fuse should seldom be caught out!