Resting within quaint grounds, close to the village of Llanymynech, is the detached Rock View Cottage.
This cottage houses a homely atmosphere with a brightly-decorated interior throughout, creating the ideal base for anyone looking to explore the border area of Shropshire and Mid Wales.
This all ground floor dwelling features three well-appointed bedrooms, including a charming single bedroom, a double and a king-size double, each boasting charming countryside views.
You will also find an elegantly styled family bathroom, completed with a bath, shower over bath, basin and WC.
Unwind of an evening in the open-plan living room, comprising of a cosy sitting area, dining space and a luxury kitchen, featuring all the necessities you will require to rustle up cooked meal.
This space benefits from bi-folding doors which open up to the cottage’s private enclosed garden, allowing guests to enjoy the views from the comfort of the sofa.
Outside, you will find a beautifully lawned space, perfect for enjoying the sun during the hotter months.
For local amenities, you will find the local shop and pub within the centre of the village, just a short 15-minute walk from the cottage.
Nearby, there are a range of activities you keep you and your family occupied, including a visit to Llanymynech Limeworks Heritage Area, where you will have access to charming walks and unusual scenery.
Alternately, you can visit the British Ironwork Centre, which plays host to the UK’s largest decorative metalwork’s, including the famous Spoon Gorilla, made from 40,000 donated spoons.
Nearby is the town of Shrewsbury, where you will find a large selections of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs, in addition to medieval red-brick castle and the breath-taking 11th-century Abbey.
Rock View Cottage is lovely retreat for a family looking to enjoy a relaxing holiday to the area.
About the location
Llandrinio 4.3 miles. Owestry 7 miles
Llanymynech is a village straddling the border between Montgomeryshire/Powys, Wales, and Shropshire, England, about nine miles north of the Welsh town of Welshpool. The village is on the banks of the river Vyrnwy, and the Montgomery Canal passes through it. The border runs for the most part down the centre of the village's main street, with the eastern half of the village in England and the western half in Wales. Bound by the River Vyrnwy to the south and enormous limestone cliffs to the north. The cliffs are the quarried face of Llanymynech Hill, and the views from the top are magnificent. Approximately 17 miles away is the historic town of Shrewsbury, certainly worth a visit all year round.
Note: The pool is only available between May and September and is unheated.