Ty Cainc Treehouse

Ty Cainc brings a new way to stay – up in the trees. Climb up into this cool and pared back space and enjoy the tranquility of the rustling leaves around you and the babbling steam below. Inside there is a double bed, a spacious living area with cosy wood-burning stove and a modern kitchen and bathroom. A place to embrace nature, ditch the WiFi and discover the miles of trails – on foot or on two wheels.

 

From £95.00 pn

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The main living space includes a sofa, dining table and wood burning stove, with large feature windows and small balcony looking out into the tree canopy and views beyond. Ty Cainc has a cool minimal feel with light plywood tile cladding throughout. The simple kitchen has a gas hob, sink and storage for preparing basic meals. A separate bedroom with double bed is at the other end, which can be accessed from its own staircase too. The separate compact bathroom has a hot shower, basin and loo.

There is a solar system for lighting and USB charging socket.

Outside you can enjoy unique views of the rolling Welsh countryside, as well as Walking, Trail Running and Biking right from the tree you’re staying in!

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  • 1 double bed

  • Sink and 2-ring gas hob

  • Dining table & stools

  • Wood-burning stove

  • Hot water and shower

  • Flushing toilet

  • Elevated tree-house setting.


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STAY Essentials – Tŷ Cainc Treehouse

The important stuff

  • Check in time is 4.00pm.

  • Check out time is 10:30am.

  • The caban is sited on a working farm. Dogs should be kept on a lead on all times. Lambing Season (Early March to End of April).

  • The treehouse is elevated - please be aware of staircase access and location near a stream.

  • There are light fittings in all rooms.

  • We use a key- it will be in the door when you arrive, please keep it safe during your stay. If it is lost a £70 charge will be applied to cover the cost of fitting a new lock.

  • There is good 3G mobile signal on most networks.

Sleeping arrangements

  • 1 Double bed. 

Kids & Pets

  • Children over 6 are welcome, although there is only limited space on the basic sofa bed.

  • Dogs may be brought as long as they are kept on a lead. Space for 1 pet from £10 per pet per stay.

Cooking

  • The basics (Tea Bags, Salt and Pepper, Olive Oil, Sugar) are provided and will be waiting for you on arrival. There's an LPG hob and kettle and a cool box to keep a few cold drinks in for your return from the trails.

  • Cool box

  • Wood Burning Stove.

Washing

  • For washing up there's a compact sink with hot and cold running water.

  • The shower and the loo are built into the cabin itself.

  • Dishcloth/s, washing up liquid and tea towel/s are provided, as are toilet rolls

  • Please bring your own shampoo/ shower gel etc.

Heating, lighting & bedding

  • Bed linen & towels are provided for 2 people.

  • You will need a torch if you arrive in the dark as many locations have no outside lighting. Internal lighting is via a solar system, torches/lanterns are provided as back-up in winter months.

Entertainment

  • Selection of Books, Cards and Board Games in the Caban.

  • Dark skies and stars, treetop wildlife spotting.

 
We had a very peaceful, relaxing stay in the trees in this lovely, new treehouse - the sound of the wind rustling in the trees and the stream babbling past puts you right back in nature. The wood-burner is nice to snuggle up to and you have everything you need in your little house to make basic meals and have a nice, hot shower. Great location too - close to pubs, beaches and mountains.
— Zoe, July '19
It was exactly the escape we needed to get away from the hustle and bustles of normal everyday working life for a few days. The sound of the country side and the stream behind the tree house was very soothing and relaxing. We also enjoyed sitting on the sofa in front of the wood burner of an evening with a glass in hand playing cards and dominos and not worrying about what to watch on tv or your phone ringing as there was hardly any signal around the tree house which was in actual fact bliss for a few days. We both thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend!
— Laura, Aug '19
What a beautiful place! We wanted a base where we could relax and unwind but also a location where we could get out on our mountain bikes. The tree house was perfect for both. It was amazing how we were up a tree yet still had a shower, toilet, log burner, job etc. Waking up each morning with just he noise from a stream was perfect.
— Cheryl, Aug '19