Llanbister 2 miles.
A remote, tranquil hideaway nestled amongst rolling countryside, two miles from Llanbister in Mid Wales.
This detached country house offers spacious accommodation and a perfect base for families or friends to relax, explore the surrounding walking countryside and get back to nature.
Set over two floors, there are four bedrooms, some with fabulous views.
On the ground floor is a large, well-equipped kitchen with views across the spacious garden, edged by the surrounding moorland.
The kitchen boasts a cosy lounge area with seating set around the woodburner, a great place to relax with your feet up after a day of walking.
There’s also a separate sitting room where everyone can gather beside a second woodburner, while outside, you can sit on the patio and relax in the sun.
The mature and wild garden is south-facing offering a fabulous sunny spot all day long, or head off to explore the spacious surroundings that lead straight onto the striking surrounding moorland.
The area offers stunning views and is woven together with countless country footpaths, and with common land surrounding the property, it means you can literally start your walking adventure from the doorstep.
The sleepy village of Llanbister has a small selection of amenities, including The Lion, a friendly local pub that serves good food.
A short drive away is Llandrindod Wells, where you can still take the waters, as made fashionable in Victorian times, and the town still boasts many of the magnificent buildings.
Why not spend the day at the Llandrindod Wells Golf Course, with its elevated position offering fantastic views, or fishing the Llandrindod Lakes?
Just short drives away are the Royal Welsh Showground at Builth Wells and the delightful market town of Rhayader, well worth a visit.
You are ideally placed to explore the rising peaks of the Cambrian Mountains and the Shropshire Hills, with Offa’s Dyke being just a short drive away.
The area has numerous outdoor activities to enjoy nearby such as pony trekking, fishing, golf, cycling and trekking, or why not spend the evening underneath a star-filled sky, as the delightful Elan Valley forms part of an International Dark Sky Park.
A perfect property to enjoy the peace, tranquillity and ever-changing mountain landscapes of Mid Wales with friends and family.