Bleddfa 3 miles.
A beautifully converted barn with a modern style and real feeling of comfort and luxury, set adjacent to the owner’s home on the family’s working sheep farm in the stunning undulating countryside of the Welsh Marches in a tiny hamlet of Monaughty, three miles from the quaint villages of Bleddfa and Llangunllo.
A perfect base for friends and family who are looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy each other’s company as well as being surrounded by great days out.
Set over three floors, there are five cosy and comfortable bedrooms, a mezzanine master bedroom with breathtaking views and en-suite on the first floor, along with two further bedrooms and a family bathroom, as well as a further two rooms on the second floor.
There is a well-equipped kitchen, with everything you need to make the most of the dining area and comfy seating perfect to curl up in front of the TV.
This also opens out into an additional sitting room with a vaulted glass apex window, perfect to sit, chat and watch the sun go down across the valley.
Outside, you can sit on the patio, relax in the luxury of the hot tub and just take in the stunning valley view, enjoying a glass of something cool before sitting down for dinner and an enjoyable social evening.
The barn is a short drive from the thriving market town of Knighton, set on Offa’s Dyke Path, hugely popular with walkers and cyclists with great little places to eat.
You are ideally placed to explore the fabulous ever changing surrounding countryside from the Radnor Forest and diverse landscape of the Welsh Marches with Offa’s Dyke winding its way onwards towards the Shropshire Hills, an Area of of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is peppered with quaint little towns and villages, including the Black and White trail.
The area offers some great days out, with an almost endless opportunity to walk in fabulous countryside, with fantastic cycle trails too.
Why not grab a round of golf at either nearby Knighton or a little further afield at Kington, said to be the highest golf course in England.
Kington also offers Hergest Croft Gardens and tearooms or for a great family day out, as well as the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre.
Slightly further afield, within an hours’ drive away, why not take a trip to Ludlow, a pretty medieval town, popular for its gastronomic delights, or perhaps visit the National Trust property of Berrington Hall near the popular town of Leominster, known for its apple trees, fabulous walled gardens and Capability Brown parkland.
A perfect retreat offering luxurious and spacious accommodation with breathtaking views, ideal for friends and family looking to spend quality time in each other’s company, perhaps relax in the hot tub, yet being close to fantastic local countryside and great days out.