A charming, Grade II listed character cottage, annexe to the owners' home on the Shropshire, Herefordshire and Powys border in the beautiful Welsh Marches.
Tastefully decorated and furnished to provide spacious accommodation, this Lingen cottage is ideal for a relaxing break in an unspoilt area.
Offering many original features, this Herefordshire holiday cottage has a charming twin bedroom, which can be made up as a super king-size double on request, and a large open plan living area with a fitted kitchen, dining area and cosy sitting area with a woodburner to keep you warm on cool winter evenings.
Outside of this Lingen cottage is an enclosed lawned garden, a perfect place to unwind and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the area.
The village of Lingen has many lovely walks and cycle routes and even boasts its own traditional pub serving food and local ales.
A little further afield from your holiday cottage in Lingen is the historic town of Presteigne which offers many more amenities with a range of local shops, traditional pubs and restaurants.
This is a perfect Herefordshire holiday cottage to be enjoyed at any time of year.
One twin bedroom (quick link, can be super king-size double on request). Bathroom with bath, separate shower and basin. Separate WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner and sofa bed.
About the location
Presteigne 5 miles; Knighton 9 miles; Ludlow 12 miles.
The ancient village of Lingen, mentioned in the Domesday Book, lies on wooded Herefordshire Hills in the Welsh Marches and is surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside. The historic small town of Presteigne, known as The Gateway to Mid Wales, is only 5 miles away and boasts the award-winning attraction 'The Judge's Lodging' as well as a range of pubs, restaurants and local shops. Presteigne is a local culture centre and plays host to art and music festivals throughout the year. Explore the Mortimer Trail, Offa’s Dyke, the lovely walks up to Wigmore Castle, Croft Ambrey and the quiet valleys of the Lugg, Teme and Clun. Visit the market town of Hay-on-Wye, often described as “the town of books”, the ancient city of Hereford with its impressive Norman cathedral, Leominster and its renowned antique shops, and discover Britain's loveliest medieval town, Ludlow with its 13th century castle, riverside walks and famous food and cultural festivals. Radnor Forest is also close by and offers an abundance of walks and cycle routes. This is a truly unspoilt area offering something for everyone at any time of year.