A cute and quaint cottage with lovely original features, tucked away up a little side street behind the pretty main street of the popular market town of Kington.
A two minute walk will have you sat in one of the town’s many cafes, restaurants or browsing the boutique-style shops.
The cottage is a perfect retreat for families or friends looking to enjoy the benefits of a bustling town, yet is surrounded by stunning countryside that is renowned for walking.
Set over two floors, there are two comfortable attic-style bedrooms, with the family bathroom boasting a freestanding bath, adding a little extra luxury.
On the split-level ground floor, there is a well-equipped compact kitchen, with everything you need to make the most of the deceptively spacious dining room leading onto a cosy sitting room with a gas fire to snuggle up in front of.
Outside, you can sit in the secure courtyard garden, surrounded by pretty planted pots and enjoy an early morning coffee, feeling completely secluded, and perhaps decide which one of the delightful cafes to pop to on your way out exploring the Welsh Marches.
Kington, the centre for walking, is situated on the River Arrow and in the shadow of Hergest Ridge, along which Offa’s Dyke Path runs, which opens up fabulous walking across the Welsh Marches as well as being popular with cyclists.
Hergest Croft Gardens offer the change to meander through landscaped gardens and tree collections or perhaps pop to the local owl centre.
You are ideally placed to explore the countryside around Kington, with the Offa’s Dyke Path stretching in both directions offering a fantastic and diverse walking experience in the stunning border countryside.
Beautiful thriving local villages and towns dot the countryside, such as Presteigne, Leominster and Knighton, with the National Trust's Cwmmau Farmhouse and Westonbury Mill Water Gardens both less than 15 minutes’ drive away.
The area offers numerous outdoor activities such as fishing, riding, cycling, exploring local gardens and also the local Kington Golf Course, on Bradnor Hill which is proud to be highest course in England.
Slightly further afield, you can explore the cathedral city of Hereford, on the tranquil River Wye, or why not visit the world-renowned Little Town of Books, Hay on Wye, which has a wide range of book shops for every interest and its famous annual literary festival.
A perfect retreat, tucked just steps away from the main street of the popular market town, ideal for families and friends looking to walk the renowned local countryside, yet still being able to stroll out of an evening for a bite to eat.