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Powis Castle View

Brecon Beacons - Wye Valley

Mid Wales holiday cottage with wifi, hot tub and views over the Severn Valley to Powis Castle, sleeps 4, dog friendly.

Near: Forden 0.5m, Welshpool 2m, Newtown 14m

  • Reference 1271
  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Mid Wales holiday cottage hot tub Severn Valley views - Dog welcome
  • A spectacular approach through parkland - pastoral and sylvan - leads you to this newly converted Mid Wales holiday cottage which is furnished to a high standard with a bright contemporary feel. Dog welcome.
  • Large picture windows have views across the Severn valley to the magnificent Powis Castle which rises dramatically in the distance above its celebrated gardens.
  • Walk out from the Mid Wales holiday cottage across the owners land - easy access to public footpaths.
  • The cottage is annexed to - but separate from - the owners Country house B&B.
  • Relax and enjoy the luxury of the summer house hot tub (just across the garden from the cottage), slippers and robes provided free of charge.
The upper reaches of the Severn Valley
  • Welshpool and area has a varied range of things to do and places to see, with opportunities for dog walking scenic trails, wildlife, fishing and golf, visiting historic sites and exploring beautiful villages.
Welshpool Historic Town
  • The historic market town of Welshpool with its beautiful Georgian architecture, is 2 miles away from this comfortable cottage and offers shops, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants.
  • The Powysland museum on the Canal Wharf, tells the story of the history and development of life in Montgomeryshire from the earliest times.
  • The Montgomery Canal, originally built to give access for the delivery of lime for local agriculture, was restored at the beginning of the 21st century. It is now a 7 mile waterway offering facilities for pleasure boating and a number of sites for the preservation of wildlife.
Powis Castle and Gardens
  • Visit the magnificent Powis Castle, its gardens & parkland (N.T.). The museum exhibits treasures brought back by Clive from India; the world-famous gardens, overhung with clipped yews are laid out in a mix of Italian and French styles, with the original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces. A fascinating excursion for guests staying in this dog friendly Mid Wales holiday cottage.
Spectacular views from the Local Golf Course
  • There are several golf courses within a short drive - try the nine hole Lakeside golf course between Welshpool and Newtown, or Welshpool's own 18 hole course just three miles out of the town, with its spectacular views looking over to the Snowdonia mountains.
Walk the National Trails of Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way - Dog welcome
  • Two National Trails run within close proximity of Welshpool town. Offa's Dyke, the earthwork built by the King of Mercia in the 8th century, passes to the East on its 177 mile route from Chepstow in the south to Prestatyn in the north.
  • The Glyndwr Way, named after the 15th century welsh folk hero, Owain Glyndwr, completes its 135 mile trek from the Town Clock at Knighton next to the canal in Welshpool, having passed through a mix of open moorland, farmland and forest.
  • The Severn Way is in the region of 220 miles long and passes through the towns of the borderlands of Wales, following the path of the river Severn from its source at Plynlimon to its mouth at the end of the Avon Gorge. It offers the opportunity for walkers to experience different natural habitats, and venture both into the heart of the unspoilt rural landscape and travel through the heart of many market towns.
Llanfair & Welshpool light railway.
  • This 2' 6" narrow gauge steam railway was originally built to take local people and their sheep and cattle to market. Now it provides a tourist service for all the family during the summer months (but not every day so phone to check the timetable) - it is a welcome change from the rush of every day life.
The Fairytale Lake Vyrnwy
  • A short drive away, Lake Vyrnwy, set just on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in the beautiful Berwyn Mountains, is the scene of spectacular waterfalls and unspoilt open countryside. Visitors can walk and cycling or take to the water with canoes, kayaks sailing boats and boards available for hire or under instruction. Nearby you can also try quad biking and clay pigeon shooting.
Montgomery Market Town
  • Visit Montgomery town, its Norman Castle, its timber-framed houses and cobbled streets. Take in the mix of Georgian and Victorian architecture and enjoy the breathtaking scenery, visit the galleries and cafes on the high street or have lunch in the Michelin star restaurant, "The Checkers".
Mid Wales holiday cottage with views of Powis Castle - Dog welcome
  • Enjoy a relaxed holiday in the  Mid Wales Welsh borders at this comfortable, contemporary cottage in sight of the magnificent Powis Castle. Dog welcome.

Accommodation


2 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 4. Cot available on request.

Master bedroom with super king bed (zip & link, can be double/twin). Twin bedroom.

Bathroom with bath and shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin, heated towel rail.

All on ground level.

Towels included

Lounge/kitchen/dining room open plan with views across the Severn Valley. Attractive modern Kitchen area with washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, electric hob and electric oven. High chair. Large sofa, armchair, electric "living flame" fire and flat screen tv. Table and chairs to seat 4.

Grounds fenced decked area with gas BBQ and garden furniture. Wide open views and walking on owners land in surrounding fields.

Hot tub in summer house (just across the garden from the cottage), slippers and robes supplied free of charge.

Parking ample

Fuel central heating inclusive May-Sept. £20 outside these dates.

WELCOME FREE I dog

Wifi internet

FRIDAY CHANGEOVER

No Smoking please

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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? No