Stunning period property, set in six acres of grounds on the Welsh borders. An idyllic spot for friends and family to relax, enjoy activities and discover the best countryside and culture in Powys.
Detached stylish farmhouse located on the edge of Llandinam village, with pub/restaurant. Llanidloes offers an array of activities, eateries, independent shops and galleries where you can enjoy fine architecture, cultural heritage and culinary delights. Rhayader, Knighton, Clun, Bishops Castle and Welshpool are all within easy reach. Stunning countryside is on the doorstep, join Glyndwr’s Way National Trail or choose one of the myriad of footpaths, cycle routes and bridle ways through the majestic Welsh and rolling Shropshire hills. Explore the Elan Valley, visit Clywedog reservoir or the Red Kites Feeding Station to name but a few of the attractions. Whether you want a relaxing or action packed holiday, this is just what you are looking for.
The oak porch is perfect for kicking off your boots as you enter this fascinating house with twists and turns, full of period character with exposed beams, slate worktops, woodburners, flagstone floors though with all the luxuries such as the underfloor heating. The cosy snug has comfy sofas, books and TV/DVD with the fabulous wood burner taking centre stage. Meander on through to the kitchen, catering for all your needs with stylish gas range oven and hob, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher, alongside thoughtful little extras creating a delightful space to prepare a meal. The dining table is well placed for everyone to gather round and discuss the activities for the next day and the light and spacious garden room commands stunning uninterrupted rural views. After dinner go through to the lounge with wood burner, comfortable sofas and catch up on everyone’s news. As you head up the Victorian staircase there are four welcoming bedrooms, one spacious double with en-suite bathroom and WC, one double with en-suite shower and WC, one double and one twin (which can be set-up as a double upon request), all enjoying superb views across the grounds towards the rolling countryside. There is a further shower room with WC and bathroom WC.
Head outside from the useful utility room and you will find the spacious games room with foosball and full-size table tennis table in the barn, just a few steps from the house. Enjoy alfresco dining on the gravelled patio with furniture and BBQ or take a picnic on the lawn followed by a game of garden croquet. The garden also has access to the paddocks and hills beyond with six acres of grounds to be explored. Ample off-road parking is available at the property.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.