Rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Pets Yes Features Icon/Feature/Hot Tub Hot tub Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire Icon/Feature/Smoke-free Smoke-free Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher The property This quirky ground floor annexe comes as part of the owner’s home on a working farm, overlooking the dramatic Powys countryside in the rural hamlet of Llangunllo. With its sublime countryside location and cosy accommodation, East Wing is a great base for couples who enjoy being outdoors, with plenty of scenic walks to enjoy whilst exploring the area. Enter the property at the rear of the main building and be greeted by the stylish, well-appointed kitchen with dining set for four people. Step through into the enticing sitting room, dominated by the picture-postcard views, sit by the roaring fire and unwind with a choice of sofas either facing the scenery-filled window or the TV. Get your well-earned rest in the tastefully decorated bedroom, which comes with the added luxury of a contemporary en-suite with a walk-in shower. The owners provide a fabulous, extensive eco-friendly swimming lake, along with a wood-fired hot tub for you to enjoy. There is also a relaxing cabin for the use of everybody, a perfect way to relax on a sunny day whilst reveling in your breathtaking countryside location. Llangunllo is a delightfully small village boasting a friendly pub, a great place to spend some downtime. Take advantage of your location by exploring Glyndwr's Way National Park, which passes through the village. The market town of Knighton, just about on the Welsh side of the border, is just a short drive away for a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. The Shropshire Hills AONB is adjacent to Knighton and showcases even more spectacular countryside views and opportunities for walking and cycling. A fantastic cottage which can be enjoyed throughout the year. Accommodation All ground floor. One twin bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove and double sofa bed. Amenities Oil central heating with woodburner Electric cooker, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner and hot tub inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off road parking Shared use of owner's natural outdoor unheated swimming lake and wood-fired hot tub One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking Pub 1 mile, shop 5 miles Note: Dogs must be on leads due to roaming sheep Note: Property comes at the end of a long lane, be careful in poor conditions Note: The wood-fired hot tub takes 2 hours to reach the optimum temperature Note: No chemicals are used in the natural swimming lake and hot tub with the water used from a spring water supply The swimming lake is to be used at your own risk Note: Water into the annexe is from a spring water supply. Calculate your drive time Submit About the location LLANGUNLLO 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: Dogs must be on leads due to roaming sheep. Note: Property comes at the end of a long lane, be careful in poor conditions.