This 19th century, semi-detached, stone-built old courthouse and police station is located in the heart of Rhayader and is only a minute walk from all the pleasant town amenities.
This imposing Rhayader cottage was once the town’s courthouse and police station and its has been successfully renovated to create a very spacious, well-equipped holiday home, perfect for a family or two couples who wish to enjoy this lovely region of Wales.
This Rhayader cottage has a modern kitchen with a cooking range and dining area, charming sitting room with an electric fire and two large bedrooms, one of which is a family room.
This pretty town provides a variety of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, and is close to the wonderful Wye Valley, with its scenic walks and cycle trails.
The beautiful Elan Valley Lakes and visitor centre are nearby, and there is wonderful scenery in all directions from this Rhayader cottage.
This delightful part of Wales offers something for everyone, and this Rhayader cottage, which offers accommodation with a difference, is the perfect base to make the most of the area.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x family room with 1 double and 2 singles. Bathroom with roll-top bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric coal-effect fire. Indoor bike storage and drying hall.
About the location
Llandrindod Wells 10 miles; Aberystwyth 34 miles.
Rhayader is a small Welsh market town with a selection of tea rooms, pubs, restaurants, amenities and unique little boutiques, including local antiques. An added bonus of a leisure centre with a large swimming pool and a weekly livestock market. The Red Kite Feeding Station, on the outskirts of the town is a great attraction not to be missed. Rhayader is the first town on the River Wye and is home to the spectacular dams and reservoirs of the Elan and Claerwen Valleys. The Elan Valley offers a variety of walks and cycle trails (cycle hire is available in Rhayader), as well as a visitor’s centre with café and children's play area. This area is known as the Wildlife Centre of Wales, with its amazing variety of nature reserves open for visitors to enjoy. There is also pony trekking available in the area. Visit Builth Wells, where the Spring Festival, Royal Welsh Agricultural Show and Winter Fair are all held annually. Alternatively, a scenic drive will take you to the Welsh coast 34 miles away.