The Courtyard is a delightfully converted barn resting among the wondrous countryside of the Welsh Marches, within the village of Gladestry in Powys.
Its warming interior, beautiful garden and superb countryside location make it a desirable stay for couples seeking that long-awaited cottage holiday.
Upon entering this cosy holiday home, discover its lovely dining table which leads into the spacious yet snug sitting room, this warming layout offers comfortable seating, an enticing electric fire and an impressive library of fascinating books to sit and read at your leisure.
Adjacent to this is the splendid, well-appointed kitchen, lined with fresh wooden units and providing you with a thoughtful welcome pack to sit in front of the TV and enjoy of a night-time.
Admire the fine artwork before taking the stairs to the first floor, here you will find a stunning shower room which sits close to the tranquil double bedroom, enhanced by attractive exposed beams and a convenient en-suite to complete the interior in fine style.
To the back of The Courtyard you will find a glorious enclosed garden, a truly serene spot to deservedly unwind when you're not out trekking the fabulous surrounding countryside.
Gladestry is a welcoming holiday base encompassed by breath-taking countryside to walk or cycle through.There is local pub The Swan 1 mile away in Huntington, and the beautifully scenic The Harp Inn at Old Radnor, just over 2 miles from Gladestry.
This location is fantastic for lovers of the outdoors, as well as the Welsh Marches valleys and the Offa's Dyke Path, you can also easily reach the magnificent Shropshire Hills AONB which also plays host to the capturing market town of Hay-on-Wye with its quaint amenities and castle.
Other popular spots include Leominster, Kington and Llandrindod Wells.
The Courtyard is the base for publisher and bookseller Scorpion Press.You will find on display a selection of signed leather bound first editions, author material and empheria by many famous authors that have published including Dick Francis, Colin Dexter (author of Inspector Morse) Ruth Rendell, Ian Rankin and Bernard Cornwall.
In the lounge are to be found shelves of collectible 1st editions which are offered for sale.Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, book lovers and couples seeking a rural retreat.