Georgian farmhouse with Hot Tub, games room, lake and garden with private fly fishing. In Walton, Radnor Valley, it’s perfect for families to explore the heritage, culture and countryside in the Welsh Marches and borders.
Walton hamlet is one mile from the famous Offa's Dyke Pathway and the Bronze Age stone circle. Nearby village of Old Radnor offers a 15th century Welsh longhouse pub, whilst Kington boasts a range of good shops, pubs and restaurants. Explore the Mortimer Trail and walks to Hergest Ridge, inspirational for Elgar and Mike Oldfield! Head to Presteigne with the award winning Judges Lodgings or to culinary Ludlow with its castle. Visit Stokesay Castle, Hampton Court Gardens, Hergest Croft Gardens and National Trust’s Powis Castle and Garden. The area is a paradise for walkers and cyclists to explore Radnor Valley with the largest Neolithic palisade enclosure in Britain, the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Shropshire Hills. Perfect to relax, enjoy activities, visit historic sites and cultural events.
This imposing Georgian farmhouse has famous links to Wordsworth and Coleridge who visited in the 19th century! It is full of period charm, exposed beams, feature fireplaces and interesting objects with all the thoughtful little extras for your holiday. The hall leads into the spacious lounge, relax on the comfortable sofas by the feature fireplace and wood burner effect oil fire, gather round the piano or watch a film on the TV/DVD. Across the hall is the games room with pool table to test your skills, be prepared to be distracted by the stunning views of the lake. Upstairs to the first floor you will find three beautiful bedrooms to choose from, all with a TV and lovely views, one with a double bed and two with super-king-size beds and en-suite shower rooms with shower and WC. Up the next flight of stairs to the second floor is the fourth bedroom with a double bed, two additional single beds, sofas to watch TV and a coal effect electric fire. Along the landing is a spacious bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC and views towards the lake. If you decide to stay in and rustle up a meal the kitchen/diner is well-equipped with all the equipment you need including a range style electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and fridge/freezer, being on second floor the kitchen window commands fantastic views across the lake. The dining table is perfectly positioned to enjoy a delicious meal with the local ingredients you have purchased on your travels, peruse local maps or for a game of cards. Farm-assured home produced quality beef, lamb and pork are available to purchase from the owners during your stay (subject to seasonal availability).
The table and chairs by the portico are perfect to enjoy morning coffee and embrace the view over the lake and towards the garden. The summer house is positioned by the four and a half acre lake with an enclosed patio area, table chairs and charcoal BBQ, a lovely spot from sunrise to sunset, look out for the wildlife, ducks and swans. The property also boast a hot tub over looking the grounds. The garden has established borders, lawn and climbing frame with swings. If you are keen on cycling there is a lockable store available. Fly fishing available by arrangement with owner prior to arrival. There is off-road private parking for four cars at the property. Please note the property is attached to the owner’s wing though privacy is assured on this working farm. The house is approximately 30 yards from the un-fenced lake, children must be supervised when using the gardens.
Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.