Montgomery 4 miles.
A traditional, detached cottage located in the grounds of the owner's working flour mill, on the outskirts of the village of Churchstoke on the English/Welsh border.
Thoughtfully and very comfortably furnished throughout, to provide spacious accommodation, the cottage is ideal for families and friends enjoying a holiday in this beautiful part of the country.
The cottage seamlessly combines original features such as exposed beams, wooden floors and a feature fireplace with a bread oven, with contemporary furnishings.
The three bedrooms offer versatile accommodation, while the first floor bathroom boasts a Jacuzzi bath, ideal for a relaxing soak.
The ground floor has a useful hallway, where you can store your outdoor clothing, which leads you to the large kitchen boasting a Rangemaster cooker, slate flooring and a door out to the rear garden.
The welcoming sitting room has a window seat and sumptuous sofas around a woodburning stove, which is housed in an original inglenook fireplace.
Next door, the dining room is perfect for sitting with friends over a meal, or enjoying a family board game.
Outside, guests can enjoy the large enclosed garden, dine alfresco or sit and relax in the hot tub after a busy day out discovering the area.
The village of Churchstoke has two village pubs and an excellent local supermarket, while Montgomery has a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs just four miles away.
Many lovely walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep of the cottage, and Offa's Dyke Path is also close by.
This is a lovely base for a relaxing holiday in this wonderful area.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 2 x 2’6” twin (zip/link, can be king-size double on request). Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 2). Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Churchstoke 4.5 miles; Bishop's Castle 9.5 miles; Welshpool 7.7 miles.
The town of Montgomery sits just one mile from the border of England in Mid Wales. Popular with tourists, the town has a delightful selection of individual shops and a variety of pubs and restaurants, including the Michelin star restaurant, The Checkers, a fabulous way to make your holiday truly special. Pay a visit to the ruins of the 13th century Montgomery Castle, which enjoys beautiful views over the town’s timber-framed houses and cobbled streets, and beyond across Wales. The castle also hosts productions of touring theatre groups regularly during the summer. A few miles to the south is the historic market town of Bishop's Castle, an excellent place for a day or night out with its excellent pubs, live music and festivals throughout the year. The wider area is wonderful for walking and there are many cycle routes in the surrounding countryside with varying levels of difficulty. You can venture further into Wales with a drive up to the Snowdonia National Park, or directly west to Cardigan Bay, for the day, or hop back over the border and explore the Shropshire Hills AONB. A charming destination for a holiday.