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Forest Cottage

near Presteigne, Knighton & Offa's Dyke

South facing, pet friendly Welsh Marches holiday cottage with wifi near Offa's Dyke, Presteigne and Radnor Forest.

Near: Presteigne 7m, Knighton 8m, Hereford 25m

  • Reference 874
  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Welsh Marches holiday cottage with wifi, VERY PRIVATE, Radnor Forest, Wales - pet welcome
  • This secluded holiday cottage with wifi has magnificent south facing views of the beautiful unspoilt Welsh Marches border country and Radnor Forest.  Just 3 miles from Offa's Dyke and on its own at the top of a track, it is excellent for bird watching and teeming with wildlife. Dog welcome.
  • Agreeably furnished with full heating and log effect fire for comfortable cosy evenings and patio doors opening onto a pretty garden with magnificent views for sunny days. An ideal 'get away from it all' any time of the year.
  • Peacefully situated on a hillside in 18 acres of meadowland, this is a comfortable home in which to relax and unwind or a base from which to explore the surrounding tranquil countryside - a wonderful walking and cycling area dotted with timeless small market towns. Dog welcome
Horse Livery
  • Stabling and grazing for 1 or 2 horses with paddock and direct access to traffic-free bridleways in the Radnor Forest. Miles and miles of tracks with rarely any transport.
Presteigne, Knighton & Offas Dyke Path
  • Presteigne (one of the top ten places to live in Britain according to Country Life magazine) is a short drive away and has lots of good restaurants, shops and a leisure centre.
Judges Lodgings, Presteigne
  • Do visit the award winning Judges Lodgings' which featured in the BBC 2 acclaimed series History of Britain by Simon Schama. Explore the upstairs, downstairs life of the Victorian judges, their servants and delinquent guests.
The Hat Shop Restaurant, Presteigne
  • Enjoy a meal at this small friendly restaurant serving home made food at affordable prices.
Norton Manor's Milano's Restaurant
  • An exciting range of British and Italian cuisine is served in the restaurant of this Victorian manor house - cooked by Italian chef Enso who has cooked for Pavarotti, Bobby Robson, Jasper Carrot and David Neilson.
Offa's Dyke Centre, Knighton Dog welcome
  • Knighton (the town on the Dyke) is steeped in history and the Offa's Dyke Centre is well worth a visit before setting off along the footpath.
The Spaceguard Centre and Observatory, Knighton
  • Regular tours are run to explain the wonders of the universe and the role of the Spaceguard Centre in a fun and understandable way. You will be shown the facilities including the planetarium and cover topics such as the origin of the Solar System, planet formation, the hazard posed by near Earth objects and the action that can be taken to neutralise this threat. The tour will be conducted by NEO expert Jay Tate
Ludlow Castle near Welsh Marches holiday cottage
  • Ludlow (capital of the Welsh Marches) is home to the famous Michelin Star restaurant 'The Merchant House'. There is a market (3 days a week), interesting shops to browse in and panoramic views from the battlements of the ruined 900 year old castle across the River Teme to the hills beyond; all within an easy drive of this solitary Welsh Marches cottage.
Red Kites, Walking & Cycling
  • Wild Red Kites are fed at Gigrin Farm (22m) near Rhayader every day of the year - watch dazzling displays of aerial piracy as they compete with buzzards and ravens for the tastiest morsels! With 5 large hides this is possibly the best place to see and photograph Red Kites in the whole of Europe and in this part of Wales there is the greatest density and diversity of birds of prey in southern Britain.
  • Enjoy wonderful walks, cycling and days out when holidaying in this peaceful solitary holiday cottage in Radnor Forest.
Small Breeds Farm Park & Owl Centre, Kingswood
  • The Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre at Kingswood, Kington make a wonderful day out. Friendly animals crave attention. There are miniature horses and donkeys. Waterfowl, ducks, geese and swans can be viewed from a raised board walk and the owls are in an intimate garden setting.
Croft Castle and Parkland (National Trust)
  • Yarpole near Leominster make a wonderful family day out. The historic castle has a comfortable and decorative interior. There is a fine walled garden and vineyards. The grounds are ideal for walking and birdwatching.
East Radnor Leisure Centre
  • Enjoy a revitalising swim and sauna at East Radnor Leisure Centre in Presteigne.
  • It is possible to walk selected parts of the scenic Wye Valley Walk. Try joining at Brockweir between Chepstow and Llandogo. Look out for birds and other wildlife.
VERY PRIVATE Welsh Marches holiday cottage with wifi, Radnor Forest, Wales
  • There is much to enjoy near this PRIVATE border country cottage, Radnor Forest, Wales Dog welcome.


3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5/6. 1 double, 1 twin, 1 bedroom with bunk beds.

Towels provided.

Shower Room with walk in shower, toilet and washbasin.

Kitchen fully fitted with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer.

Lounge/Dining Room comfortable sofas, electric log effect fire, wide screen tv/dvd, video, cd/radio. Dining suite seating 6. Wonderful views from the patio doors.

Utility Room with washing machine.

Grounds enclosed garden with steps, patio and garden furniture.

Fuel electric storage heaters inclusive May - September, £20 per week outside these dates.

WiFi Internet

Ample parking, garage for bikes

No smoking indoors please.

Welcome FREE: 2 Dogs max - please take extra care when sheep or cattle in the meadows.



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Customer Reviews

Great accommodation, words cannot express the beauty of the views, tranquil, 'back to nature', excellent for walking. Highly recommended. Ludlow worth a visit and would recommend Hay on Wye.

Colin, Paula, Owen, Evan, Ismine & 'Summer'

A wonderful retreat just what we needed! The photos on web site are nothing like the real thing. Views and quiet, comfortable, will be back again for longer next time.

Mark & Kay Driver Barmouth, Gwynwdd

Even beyond expectation. Scenic beauty, wonderful birdsong, and tremendous tranquility. The perfect rest and relaxation following a traumatic year. Many thanks Peter and Margaret for allowing us to share in this fabulous cottage and your hospitality. We sincerely trust an opportunity to return will present itself in the not too distant future.

Rosemary & Howard Joint, Mark, Somerset

Beautiful landscape. Charming cottage and very well equipped. We have had a delightful holiday. Batteries recharged. Enjoyed our trips out and about. Received a delightful welcome on arrival.

John, Damian, Maz, Jack, Ethan & Alfie, Northumberland

Great few weeks. Sad to be going home, I'm sure we will all be back. Thank you

Richard, Rutgh, Ailish, Mealsh, Olly & Josh, Coaly

We have throughly enjoyed your very comfortable home & thank you for the lovely flowers and wine. Grand walks to New Radnor and The Hundred House Inn with fantastic views across the countryside. On a wet day we can recommend The Judges Lodges Presteigne, and the Heart of wales Railway. The Knighton show is a must if you are visiting this time next year.

Alan & Sally, Hampshire

Great views, lovely weather, quietness, remoteness, BBQ's - just the job! I like all the rooms. We played all the games in the house and we did watch some movies. I wish we could come again. We went to Ludlow and we went on long walks. Leah aged 8

Calvin, Susan, Abigail & Leah Meg & Molly, Lanncaster

It is lovely back here in the infinite peace of the lush valleys, meeting our old familiar walks again. We've never seen the forest with so much leaf and all so green. I have seen a badger on the west lawn also rabbits, fox, squirrel, voles and moles are there.

Hazel & Eliis Roberts, Liverpool

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Access Statement(x)

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes