Ffion, a little pocket of paradise in the rural Welsh countryside.
The sweetest hut to call home for a little while.
Step inside and be charmed by the snug interiors.
The view is just beautiful from every angle.
Imagine opening the curtains to this breathtaking vista.
The hut is full of all the essentials you need for your glamping getaway.
And the kitchen is perfectly equipped for two.
The ideal space to prep your lazy Sunday brunch or romantic Friday dinner.
The layout allows for the two of you to sit back and relax.
The en suite shower-room sits to the right of the hut.
Indoor outdoor living at its best.
Cheese and wine with this spellbinding view... just dreamy.
Why not dine al fresco by the warmth of the fire-pit?
Cosy evenings await.
Ffion is the perfect hideaway to embrace your creative side. Bring along your watercolours and have a go at painting the stunning scenery.
Nothing but nature surrounds your hidden haven.
A real tonic for the soul.
Simply stunning.
Ffion looking utterly magical amongst the sparkling snow.
Postcard perfection!
A spellbinding sunrise captured by the lovely owners.
Your four-legged friend is welcome to join you!
They will love the adventure!
The owner's gorgeous pink cottage is a great landmark to look for when finding Ffion.
Ffion is nestled in Devil's Bridge, famous for its magical waterfall.
Hafod Estate is close by and is a historical 18th Century landscape, combining forests, rocky gorges and spectacular views. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
Get ready to explore all the beauty that surrounds your hideaway.
Aberystwyth is only 12 miles away and is well worth a visit. With an array of restaurants, galleries and of course coastline to discover, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Claerwin Valley is one of mid-Wales' most popular locations for walkers, so be sure to pack your walking boots!
Keep an eye out for red kites during your visit.
The Vale of Rheidol Railway is close by and offers a truly immersive experience. Enjoy a scenic trip through ancient woodlands to Devil's Bridge and through to the Cambrian Mountains.



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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Situated in the beautiful Cambrian Mountains next to the Devil's Bridge Waterfalls, The Hafod has both a welcoming bar and restaurant to choose from. Food is locally sourced and freshly prepared.

Nearest beach

A beautiful crescent of a beach made up of coarse sand and shingle, Tan Y Bwlch sits just south of Aberystwth Harbour. Whilst not recommended for swimming, this beach is ideal for dog walks year round and great for exploring rock pools.

Nearest walk

Follow the Devil's Bridge Fall Nature Trail where you will discover a wooded gorge and stunning views of the 300ft Mynack Waterfalls. The walk will take about 45 minutes and there is a shorter option should you prefer. Please note there are steep steps on this walk so it is not suitable for some.

Nearest town

Deep in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, Devil's Bridge is a great place to visit for fabulous walks and outdoor pursuits. Whilst you are here a visit to the waterfalls is a must! Catch the steam train from Aberystwth and enjoy a fabulous trip here on the Vale of Rheidol Railway.

Also nearby

The Rheidol power station has been generating renewable energy since 1962 and a visit here will teach you all about the Rheidol Hydro scheme through historical films and interactive displays. There's a cafe and outside space to take in the views. **Currently closed, this attraction is due to re-open in 2023**

With two bars to choose from you will be spoilt for choice here! Food is traditional home cooked fayre and beer is supplied by a Welsh brewery. Both bars have log fires to keep you warm in winter months.

Here you'll find a charming little pub deep in the heart of the Melindwr Valley. Food is traditional home cooked and there is a good choice of real ales on offer.

Hop aboard a restored steam train for a scenic trip through ancient woodlands to Devil's Bridge where you can visit the famous waterfalls. Surrounded by the Cambrian Mountains this is a great way to enjoy the countryside.

With stunning views over Cardigan Bay and beyond, this beautifully situated golf course was designed by Harry Vardon and well worth a visit.

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