Churchstoke 3 miles.
A very old-style rustic converted barn set in the hamlet of Hyssington near the rural Welsh village of Churchstoke in Powys.
This cottage is very spacious in a location with plenty to do, making this an ideal stay for a family or friends getaway to the beautiful Welsh countryside.
The bright, airy kitchen diner sets this property off with a real homely feel as the floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning wooden beamed frames allow the natural sunlight to light the room up.
It also makes for a lovely mealtime view onto the adorable patio with greenery in the background.
The cosy sitting room with beamed ceiling and filled with warming reds and browns enhance the chilled environment, providing the perfect room for quality family time after a day discovering what the local scene has to offer.
The upstairs of this property bares two very large, comforting bedrooms, both with TVs as well as original features such as an old wooden wheel being made into a light for the master bedroom.
The tapestry on the walls and antique lights add an endless amount of character to this already historic building.
There is an adorable garden to the rear of this cottage, complete with a lovely circular gravelled area with seating and a barbecue built-in to the stone wall, leading to your own private wood, perfect for the children to go exploring whilst you enjoy a glass of wine in the evening.
Churchstoke is a short drive away and is home to a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Bishop's Castle is located just over four miles away.
It is a delightful market town full of history and culture.
It is right in the heart of the South West Shropshire Hills, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
As well as beautiful scenery, Bishop's Castle is home to an annual Real Ale Festival and many other attractions.
A delectable cottage full of character, in a location that is brimming with character and culture.
About the location
Montgomery 4 miles; Bishop's Castle 7 miles.
The historic village of Churchstoke was originally mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, while today it is a quiet village surrounded by scenic countryside, on the English/Welsh border. It boasts a supermarket, two pubs and an historic church. A few miles away, Montgomery is a small town steeped in history, with many timber-framed houses, cobbled streets and the ruins of a 13th century hill-top castle which provides panoramic views over Wales. There are more than a dozen individual shops and a good variety of pubs and restaurants There are many walking and cycling opportunities in the area with the Offas Dyke to follow the border between England and Wales. A few miles to 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. This whole border region is renowned for its wonderful scenic countryside and excellent walks.
Note: Owner will supply a Christmas and New Year dinner hamper with a meat of your choice from Turkey, Beef and Pork and bottle of bubbly included for bookings between the 23rd of December 2017 and January 5th 2018