Abbeycwmhir 2.5 miles.
This charming, stone-built, detached 19th century farmhouse is situated in 4 acres of grounds, in its own valley with views of the Radnorshire Hills, on the edge of the Coed Sarnau Forest, in the hills above, only 2.5 miles' drive or a 1 mile walk from the village of Abbeycwmhir.
This comfortable Abbeycwmhir cottage provides cosy accommodation with a farmhouse style kitchen, which boasts an original Victorian cooking range and bread oven, and a sitting room with warming woodburning stove.
Upstairs, this Abbeycwmhir cottage has three bedrooms, with garden and hill views.
This Abbeycwmhir farmhouse has a lovely lawned garden, perfect for relaxing and dining alfresco on a sunny evening, whilst admiring the red kites and buzzards that can be seen overhead.
All you can hear is silence whilst you enjoy the glorious views and wildlife.
Close by are wonderful scenic walks and cycling trails, whilst the village of Abbeycwmhir offers the ruins of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1176 and The Hall, an impressive country mansion with lovely gardens, both of which are open to the public.
Nearby is Glyndwrs Way National Walking Trail and Cycle Route 25 both offering direct access to superb countryside with stunning scenic views.
Visit the beautiful Elan Valley lakes and trails, the Red Kite Feeding Station at Rhayader, the Brecon Beacons National Park, or even the medieval Shropshire town of Ludlow.
A charming Abbeycwmhir farmhouse in a lovely away-from-it-all location, perfect for an outdoor pursuits holiday or a romantic setting for two.
Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link - can be twin on request), 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath and WC area, and shower wet room area with twin basins. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Rhayader 6 miles; Llandrindod Wells 10 miles.
Abbeycwmhir ('abbey in the long valley') is a peaceful, picturesque and historic village, which nestles in the lovely Radnorshire Hills and stands on Glyndwr's Way national walking trail. This tranquil village is home to the well known ruins of a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1176, with its local CADW Interpretation Centre, The Hall, an impressive country mansion with lovely gardens, which are all open to the public, and the Happy Union Inn, which is an old fashioned ale house. There is wonderful walking and cycling from the village, with trails and paths meandering their way through woodland and along rivers, or for more challenging terrain, simply drive the short distance to the nearby Cambrian Mountains or the spectacular Brecon Beacons. Visit Llandrindod Wells, Rhayader or Builth Wells to find a variety of shops, museums, craft centres, pubs, tea rooms and restaurants. Visit the Red Kite Feeding Station at Rhayader, which offers a fantastic opportunity to see these beautiful birds at close range, take a trip to the peaceful Elan Valley Lakes, the Gilfach Nature Reserve or test your nerve at the Phil Price Rally School or the Underhill Farm Horse Riding School. A perfect base for a family holiday or a romantic break in a lovely peaceful location.