Nestled on a working farm, near the Shropshire border and with Meifod walks almost on the doorstep, is this attractive barn conversion.
Join with family and friends and admire the countryside surrounds, bound together with cascading waters, rustling trees and green fields.
The interior boasts an impressive, quality finish with exposed brick walls and flagstone flooring sweeping cleanly throughout.
Make your way into the farmhouse kitchen, a lovely place to cook up the family meal in style.
The breakfast island and dining table offer a pleasant spot to gather with drinks and delicious food.
Stroll through to the lounge and relax into one of the sofas, enjoying the warmth radiating from the woodburner.
Here you can watch a film on TV or play a game together.
A set of glass patio doors rest in one corner of the room and open out into the garden, drawing the lovely Welsh environment inside.
There is a lawn for the kids to run around with the dog, and a swing set.
You can idly watch on either from the hot tub or at the garden table.
Indulge in the luxurious bubbles and listen to the sounds of the river flowing freely behind the bordering trees, or sit with a glass of wine and absorb the natural atmosphere engulfing the farmland.
Back inside, a set of oak, open-tread stairs lead up to a mezzanine landing with a high-vaulted ceiling.
There are four bedrooms to choose from, each boast exposed beams and views over the garden.
The large bathroom has a Jacuzzi bath, so the pampering is never over, whilst the master bedroom occupies an en-suite shower room.
Walk into the village and stop off for a drink at the local pub, or spend an afternoon at nearby Welshpool.
Visit Powis Castle and walk the lovely gardens or take a day out shopping at Shrewsbury over the border.
Those who enjoy walking and adventure can explore Snowdonia National Park, there is plenty for everyone at this characterful holiday home.
About the location
Llanfair Caereinion 6 miles; Welshpool 8 miles; Shrewsbury 27 miles
Meifod is a sunny little, stone-built village with a local pub, church and village hall enveloped by ragged hills and greenery, with attractive houses dressed in ivy. Situated about 8 miles north-west of Welshpool, this pretty village also offers its own football team, school and convenience store with a post office. Nearby, Llanfair Caereinion is in the heart of old Montgomeryshire's Banwy valley and is one of the smallest towns in Powys. Just a short walk over the Banwy Bridge from the hilly streets of the town centre, is the Welshpool to Llanfair Light Railway. Every year the Llanfair Caereinion Carnival proceeds through the town, with a colourful parade of floats and dancing troupes. The Llanfair Show is also a cherished event; for one day only, the show aims to encompass all that is best in the Montgomeryshire countryside. Welshpool is a bustling market town, nestled in the upper reaches of the Severn Valley near the border between Wales and England. There is a lovely blend of shops, quality pubs and restaurants, as well as a restored cock fighting pit and interesting Heritage Trail. Visit the famous 13th Century Powis castle, or enjoy a cruise along the Montgomery canal. There is much to be enjoyed of an afternoon here. A gentle stroll through the town will have you taking in the Georgian architecture, there is even a golf club with a top of the world situation, overlooking the picturesque Welsh borderlands - a perfect location to practice your swing! Further afield is Shrewsbury, with its half-timbered Tudor buildings and lovely shopping experiences. An opportunity not to be missed!