|Dolaumaen Isaf - Blaentrothy Holiday Cottages|
Welcome to the seventy-sixth post in the series
"Living Large in Small Spaces".
Entering this charming stone cottage one would never guess that Dolaumaen Isaf was once was a cow barn.
It's open, airy and bright thanks to the installation of new windows and skylights.
Antiques like this stunning Welsh dresser fill its nooks and crannies, and perhaps remind us of the home's humble beginnings.
The new kitchen with its vintage touches complements the old structure.
Rustic Welsh pottery is sprinkled throughout.
Local timber was used in the conversion of Dolaumaen Isaf.
Beautiful paintings dress the walls, lending an elegant touch to the rooms.
Underfloor heating keeps the gorgeous tile floors comfortably warm.
A comfy sofa invites us to curl up and read, or stretch out for a cat nap.
I love this little corner of the room. Look at the tiny lamp in the enchanting nook.
A woodburner adds to the atmosphere and warms the cozy sitting area.
The small bathroom is nicely appointed with a touch of rusticity.
A four poster bed dressed with Welsh tapestry-weave hangings takes command of the master bedroom.
I like the little reading lights on the nightstands.
Upstairs under the eves is a second double bedroom with a small adjoining single bedroom.
Outside is a garden with a "lyrical view over the Preseli mountain range."
A special place to get in touch with your inner child.
What's your impression of Dolaumaen Isaf?
All images are owned by Blaentrothy Holiday Cottages and used here with their permission.
Join me next Saturday for another post in the special series
Living Large in Small Spaces
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Living Large In Small Spaces Series here.