Tynewydd is a Grade II listed stone cottage close to the village of Llangadfan, bursting with character and ideally located for exploring the local area.
The property features heart-warming period touches and is excellently located for exploring the countryside and attractions close by, making it perfect for a small family or group of avid walkers or cyclists.
Be drawn into this enticing cottage by one of two cosy living rooms, this snug little spot benefits from a lovely period fireplace and a Smart TV.
Adjacent to this, find a welcoming living/dining room which is gorgeously furnished, offering a woodburning stove and enhanced by traditional exposed beams.
The back of the property presents a beautiful fitted, well-equipped kitchen, with a 19th century bread oven and Belling Electric Range Cooker which creates a loving spot to prepare your delicious home-cooked meals.
From here, take the stairs to the first floor, where you will discover a generous single bedroom and a double bedroom which comes with a window seat offering views of the area.
Both bedrooms are topped off with feature fireplaces.
Completing this superb accommodation in style is the exquisite family bathroom; choose from a bath with a hand-held shower and a walk-in shower cubicle to prepare for each adventure-packed day.
A delightful stable door leads you from the kitchen out to the back garden, this spacious gravelled area provides a tranquil spot to enjoy a drink or two amid the refreshing country air.
Your nearest shop and pub can be found in nearby Llangadfan, just over a mile away.
Further afield, Llanfair Caereinion benefits from a range of amenities and also hosts the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway.
Walk, cycle or bird watch at the nearby Lake Vyrnwy or Dyfnant Forest, or explore the magnificent countryside of the Snowdonia National Park for your fix of tremendous rural activity.
Tour this astoundingly beautiful location from this character-filled hideaway.
About the location
Lake Vyrnwy 9 miles.
The small, traditional village of Llangadfan in Powys is an excellent central location for exploring all of Mid Wales and beyond into Snowdonia and Shropshire. Llangadfan boasts Glyndwrs Way footpaths and the Foel Ramble, a 4 mile walk overlooking the hills of Montgomeryshire and also it is close to the Cambrian and Berwyn mountain ranges where there is wonderful scenery in all directions. The village also has a shop/vintage tea room, and the Cann Office Hotel has a bar, restaurant and gardens and was formerly Cae ’n Fos, a medieval fortified camp on a bend on the River Banwy. There is lovely walking and horse riding in the nearby Dyfnant Forest, a remote 6000 acre forest on high ground which descends spectacularly down towards Lake Vyrnwy. The lake, with an 11 mile circumference, is a magnificent beauty spot which is famous throughout the UK for its scenic walks, cycle trails, and bird watching. The area is renowned for its green hills and mountains, castles such as medieval Powis Castle and gardens (National Trust), museums and the Montgomery Canal. Europe's leading eco-centre is situated at Machynlleth, the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) aims to "inspire, inform and enable people" to live more sustainably. This is a lovely part of Wales with something for everyone.
Note: This property is not suitable for children under 10 years old.