Llangunllo 3 miles.
A delightful Grade II listed Arts & Crafts country Gentleman's residence, once owned by the former High Sheriff of Radnorshire, just four miles from the charming market town of Knighton.
Set in ten acres of private grounds in front of green hills, this grand old house will make you feel as though you have stepped back in time into another century.
Offering spacious accommodation with beautiful and original features throughout, this holiday home is ideal for both large groups and families wanting to explore this area of rural Mid Wales and south Shropshire.
Set over two floors, there are five spacious bedrooms on the first floor.
There's also two bedrooms on the ground floor, as well as three bathrooms over both floors.
All of which provides flexible accommodation for all your party.
As you walk down the beautiful oak staircase into the main entrance hall, immediately to your right is a large drawing room with character open fire and three comfy sofas, ideal for a quiet read or to have some afternoon tea.
A second sitting room with a woodburning stove also features a 55 inch TV and offers comfy seating for seven guests.
The grand dining room with double height windows, open fire and views overlooking the lawns and hills, incorporates a large dining table able to accommodate all your party, so if it’s a special occasion you are celebrating then this is the perfect place to gather.
Outside there is a gorgeous covered veranda at the front of the house, with a pleasant southerly aspect, so why not sit out and enjoy a glass of bubbly or some Pimms, whilst watching or participating in a game of croquet?
Just a few miles away is the hamlet of Llangunllo, and within reach is the bustling town of Knighton.
Knighton has many individual shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs.
You can head off on a day’s serious trekking, or perhaps take advantage of the circular walks from here, giving you a taste of the local area.
As well as being on Offa’s Dyke Path, Knighton is also found at the start of Glyndwr's Way, which crosses a myriad of landscapes.
Visit the Offa’s Dyke visitor centre where you will find interactive information, or perhaps explore the town’s trail through the historic Narrows, peppered with half-timber buildings.
The whole area is criss-crossed with footpaths and cycle trails, and dotted with fabulous historic towns and villages such as Clun, Presteigne and Ludlow, known for its gastronomic delights, food festival and local producers.
Slightly further afield, why not take a trip to the formidable Victorian dams and stunning lakes, with fabulous wildlife at the Elan Valley, stopping off in the pretty market town of Rhayader?
Alternatively, visit Builth Wells and the Royal Welsh Showground, making day trips to one of the many events, a great addition to your holiday.
An amazing home, perfect for a special occasion and offering something for everyone all year round.
About the location
Knighton 7 miles; Presteigne 9 miles; Ludlow 25 miles.
Set amidst lovely rolling countryside, the rural hamlet of Llangunllo is only seven miles from the market town of Knighton, which straddles the English/Welsh border. This is superb country for walking and cycling. Offa's Dyke passes through Knighton and the Glyndwr's Way National Trail passes through Llangunllo itself. The village has a railway station on the Heart of Wales line, which opens up the possibility of a car free trip to Shrewsbury or Llandrindod Wells perhaps or a walk back from Knighton or through the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Radnor Forest and the 84 mile long Radnor Ring Cycling Route are all close by, as is the lovely town of Presteigne with its famous gas-lit Judge's Lodging museum and electric bike hire for those looking for a little help with the hills. A 40 minute drive will take you to the majestic Victorian dams and reservoirs at Elan Valley, or medieval Ludlow with its 13th century castle, ancient buildings, boutiques, antique shops and acclaimed restaurants and markets. There are some fabulous National Trust Properties in the vicinity such as Croft Castle, with its working walled garden and 1500 acres of parkland, or Berrington Hall boasting Capability Brown landscaped gardens and a Henry Holland villa, both of which are accessed via a scenic drive through the Black and White villages and cider country of Herefordshire. Alternatively enjoy a trip to Powis Castle, stopping off at Kerry Vale Vineyard? Enjoy watching red kites, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, rally driving, or one of the many day courses available in the thriving local crafts scene- blacksmithing, glass blowing, wood turning and many more- all available locally. A fabulous all year round location for exploring the beautiful countryside and attractions of Mid Wales, Shropshire and Herefordshire.
Note: Max. 16 people and 2 infants.
Please note: The number of people occupying this property should not exceed the number stated on the Holiday Confirmation. If you wish to invite additional guests, this must be agreed by the owner in advance.
Note: Winter short break bookings must begin on a Friday or Monday only.