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Clun Forest, the Shropshire Way and Offa's Dyke offer enjoyable days out in the fresh air and beautiful countryside all year round thumb-1
Cywedog Dam near Llanidloes thumb-1
Sailing and fishing at Clewedog near Llanidloes thumb-1
Clywedog Reservoir, Mid Wales is a popular venue for fishing enthusiasts thumb-1
The Red Kite Centre, watch Kites being fed twice daily thumb-1
Walking in the Mochdre hills near Newtown thumb-1
Walking in the Snowdonia hills thumb-1
The 15th Century Sun Inn on the High Street, in the historical border town of Clun thumb-1
A E Houseman called Clun the 'quietest place under the sun' in his poem the 'Shrophire Lad'. These days it is a lively, rural community and hosts the annual 'Green Man Festival'. thumb-1
Walking the many quiet footpaths in Mid Wales thumb-1
Walking in the Kerry Forest, Clun Forest or along Offa's Dyke thumb-1
Kerry Vale Vineyard offers vineyard tours followed by a light lunch or afternoon tea in the shop or garden thumb-1
The Elan Valley, Rhayader cycle trails and picnic spots thumb-1
Bike hire in Rhayader. Follow the scenic Elan Valley CycleTrail, passing some of the most dramatic scenery in Mid Wales thumb-1
Marteg Bridge Footpath and Nature Trail thumb-1
Walking the ancient path along Offa's Dyke on the Kerry Ridgeway thumb-1
Bishops Castle, a small market town on the Welsh English border thumb-1
Powis Castle at Welshpool, great any time of year thumb-1
Montgomery Old Bell museum and Exhibition Centre thumb-1
Fabulous Aberdovey beach and seafront thumb-1

Goose Hall (1308)

Sarn, Nr Montgomery

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Dog

Why we recommend Goose Hall...

Luxury Welsh retreat with wifi. Perfect for wine buffs and walkers close to Kerry Vale Vineyard and Offas Dyke Path.
About Goose Hall

Luxury Welsh Farmhouse

  • A superb stone farmhouse with wifi in a secluded position in beautiful rural Mid Wales, painstakingly renovated, fitted and furnished to the highest specifications yet retaining many original features and country charm.
  • Sitting in its own enclosed gardens there is access to an additional 8 acres of adjacent paddocks, this is the perfect retreat to escape and leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind - the final 0.2m access to the house is across a paddock on a good stone track.
  • A  truly breathtaking rural idyll, renovated to provide an unforgettable living experience for couples, families or those who love cooking - the owner is a restaurateur and the kitchen is professionally equipped.
  • The stunning views from the grounds of this peaceful bolt-hole stretch away to the Kerry Vale and Shropshire hills beyond - fabulous walking right from your doorstep.
  • A perfect position for enjoying the renowned Offa's Dyke Path and Kerry Ridgeway.
Sarn & Kerry
  • Goose Hall sits just outside the small village of Sarn which nestles in the lovely Vale of Kerry.  This wonderfully scenic region, close to the Shropshire border, is known as 'The Marches' and is steeped in history
  • The nearby village of Kerry has a village shop and 2 pubs, one with a restaurant.
Kerry Ridgeway
  • Popular with walkers and mountain bikers, this is a gentle 15 mile route through the hills - remarkable views in all directions  - up to 70 miles on a clear day!

Kerry Vale Vineyard

  • Tasting wines and understanding how they are made is all part of the experience at Kerry Vale Vineyard. Choose from a selection of tours, morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea. 
  • The Vineyard Kitchen, Wine Cafe and Cellar Door shop are open throughout the season.

Bishops Castle & Clun

  • Colourful, country towns with fairs galore, markets, festivals, ale trails and 5 pubs, 2 brewing on-site. Pick up information on local walks at the towns information points.
  •  Bishops Castle has 5 pubs, 2 brewing on site, an Indian restaurant, Chinese take-away and various shops - lots of information on local walks available in the town. 
  • Explore 11th century Clun Castle - .Clun is divided in two by the 15th century Packhorse Bridge and there is a annual Green Man Festival each May. Other popular events are Clun Carnival and Show in August and Clun Valley Beer Festival in October. 
  • Enjoy local ale in The White Horse Inn or The Sun Inn -  other pubs and inns can be found nearby in Aston-on-Clun, Newcastle-on-Clun and Purslow, in the idyllic Clun Valley.
A verse from 'A Shropshire Lad' by A.E Houseman
  • "In Valleys of spring of rivers,

    By Only and Teme and Clun

    The Country for easy livers

    The Quietest under the sun".

Montgomery

  • This is an historic county town with origins dating back to Roman times. The 13th century Castle dominates the skyline and a large Iron Age Hill Fort is located nearby.
 
  • Visitors can enjoy the Georgian town square with its shops, cafe's and galleries .
  •  An excellent market operates in the Town Hall on Thursday and Saturdays and there is a variety of restaurants, bars and cafes to enjoy too.

Offa's Dyke

  • One of the best preserved sections of this once mighty frontier between England & Wales is just 3.6 miles from the cottage. Visit the Offas Dyke Centre in Knighton at the start of Glyndwrs Way National Trail.  

Elan Valley

  • A visit to The Elan Valley never fails to delight and inspire. 72 square miles of historic landscapes, dams and reservoirs teeming with flora and fauna. Stroll along the footpaths, picnic on the shores or hire a bike and follow the Elan Valley Trail.

Kite feeding at Bwlch Nant y Arian

  • An outstanding award winning forest recreation centre and Kite Feeding Station with restaurant, gift shop and superb views in the heart of Mid Wales. Watch kites flock to be fed daily at 3pm.

Powis Castle

  • Rising above the celebrated world-famous gardens, overhung with clipped yews, rare and tender plants is magnificent medieval Powis Castle. The Italian and French style gardens retain original lead statues and an orangery on the terrace.
Luxury Welsh Farmhouse
  • With easy access to Offa's Dyke, beautiful gardens, steam railways and the stunning Cardigan Bay coast, Goose Hall with wifi is a real gem of a location and ideal for families, friends, couples and canine companions too!









Property Layout

3 bedrooms sleeping 6/8, 1 king size bedroom (en suite bath/shower room), 1 double bedroom, 1 bedroom sleeping 4 full size hand-made oak bunk beds. All on 1st floor.

Bath/Shower Room luxuriously appointed, on 1st floor. Towels provided.

Lounge/Study open fire, flat screen Sky tv/DVD. Sonos Wi-Fi Music connection, WiFi enabled printer, 3 seater sofa, 1 armchair. Stairs to 1st floor. Telephone with ''honesty' box.

Kitchen/Dining spacious open plan farmhouse kitchen - kitted out for comfort, conversation and cooking - with log burner, 2 armchairs, quarry tiled floor, stainless steel worktops, electric Aga, Gaggenau professional electric ovens & hob. fridge freezer & microwave. Extensive range of professional equipment and utensils. Antique refectory dining table,  hand carved Victorian solid choristers stall with seating 8. Door to conservatory and patio.

Utility room with double stainless steel sink unit. toilet, washing machine, tumble dryer, clothes rack.

Oak framed Conservatory with 2 x 3 seater sofas, 2  armchairs. Dining table to seat 8. Underfloor heating - slate floors. Doors onto Patio. 

Grounds enclosed garden with large slate patio, with lawned areas and mature trees, garden furniture, barbecue. Gates, hedging and stock-proof fencing: access to 8 acres of adjacent paddocks - NB neighbouring farmer can have sheep in paddocks. Grounds are private.

1 dog welcome FREE

Fuel oil central heating - radiators on 1st floor, electric under floor heating in bathrooms and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, including conservatory. Firewood included. Inclusive May to Sept. £40 outside these dates.

WiFi Internet

FRIDAY CHANGEOVER

No smoking indoors please

Welcome FREE 1 well behaved dog.

Refundable Deposit - A refundable deposit of £250 is required per booking to be included with the final payment please.









Access Information

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

Is there a gate to open? No

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

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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Why you love Goose Hall
Fantastic house in a fabulous location. Couldn't have asked for more. Great holiday. Hope to come back one day.
The Moore and Callin families
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay as did our dog Elsa. Beautiful property, even better than the pictures show. Thank you.
Dan Shepard and Rachael Flewitt
Thought the property was amazing and lovely and warm on arrival. Thank you Polly. Ideal setting for a get away from it all holiday. Look out for the squirrels and rabbits around the big tree. Will definitely be recommending to friends and family or we may just keep this hidden gem to ourselves!!
Robert & Karen
Wonderful holiday property in a beautiful setting. Blessed with fantastic weather and lovely spring lambs an added bonus.
Chugg- Chapman family
Lovely conservatory, plenty of space, cool double bunk beds. Really great kitchen, nice scenery, we are so glad our dog could come too. Lots of local attractions. We had a great stay. Thank you
Rule family
Property Layout

3 bedrooms sleeping 6/8, 1 king size bedroom (en suite bath/shower room), 1 double bedroom, 1 bedroom sleeping 4 full size hand-made oak bunk beds. All on 1st floor.

Bath/Shower Room luxuriously appointed, on 1st floor. Towels provided.

Lounge/Study open fire, flat screen Sky tv/DVD. Sonos Wi-Fi Music connection, WiFi enabled printer, 3 seater sofa, 1 armchair. Stairs to 1st floor. Telephone with ''honesty' box.

Kitchen/Dining spacious open plan farmhouse kitchen - kitted out for comfort, conversation and cooking - with log burner, 2 armchairs, quarry tiled floor, stainless steel worktops, electric Aga, Gaggenau professional electric ovens & hob. fridge freezer & microwave. Extensive range of professional equipment and utensils. Antique refectory dining table,  hand carved Victorian solid choristers stall with seating 8. Door to conservatory and patio.

Utility room with double stainless steel sink unit. toilet, washing machine, tumble dryer, clothes rack.

Oak framed Conservatory with 2 x 3 seater sofas, 2  armchairs. Dining table to seat 8. Underfloor heating - slate floors. Doors onto Patio. 

Grounds enclosed garden with large slate patio, with lawned areas and mature trees, garden furniture, barbecue. Gates, hedging and stock-proof fencing: access to 8 acres of adjacent paddocks - NB neighbouring farmer can have sheep in paddocks. Grounds are private.

1 dog welcome FREE

Fuel oil central heating - radiators on 1st floor, electric under floor heating in bathrooms and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, including conservatory. Firewood included. Inclusive May to Sept. £40 outside these dates.

WiFi Internet

FRIDAY CHANGEOVER

No smoking indoors please

Welcome FREE 1 well behaved dog.

Refundable Deposit - A refundable deposit of £250 is required per booking to be included with the final payment please.









Access Information

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

Is there a gate to open? No

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

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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