A lovely detached former lodge house built in 1898 at the entrance to Bryn Gwalia Hall, on the edge of the Welsh village of Llangedwyn, in Powys.
Beautifully furnished throughout, the cottage provides light and spacious accommodation for friends and family to enjoy quality time together in lovely rural surroundings.
The cottage is all on one level set against a woodland backdrop and with wide views across the valley.
Entering the cottage into the dining room, you will straight away notice the quality and style of your surroundings.
From here there is a well-equipped kitchen which opens out into the delightful sitting room with its cosy woodburning stove and French doors leading out to the sunny patio with far-reaching views.
Completing the accommodation are two welcoming bedrooms both with their own en-suite wet rooms.
In warmer months you can take advantage of the front patio with its country views.
The cottage also comes equipped with bike storage and a hose is available near the car parking area for washing down.
Bryn Gwalia lodge sits in the Tanat Valley and is close to the magnificent Berwyn Mountains, ideal for walkers and sightseers.
This area is great for walkers and for cyclists wanting hill climbing practice, but is also on the edge of Shropshire with its gentler countryside.
Why not visit the stunning Llanrhaeadr Waterfalls, one of the seven wonders of Wales, which is only 7 miles away, or spend the day discovering the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy with its watersports and numerous woodland walks?
There is also easy access to Lake Bala and the castles of Powis and Chirk.
Spend time in the Shropshire market town of Oswestry with its independent shops, cafes and restaurants or discover the delights of bustling Welshpool with its railways and canal side walks.
A little further afield are Snowdonia's mountains to the west.
This superb cottage is the ideal base for exploring this lovely uncrowded area.
About the location
Oswestry 9 miles.
Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, the Welsh village of Llangedwyn is situated in the Tanat Valley, close to the Berwyn Mountains and to the border with Shropshire. The village has a church, public house, village hall, and a renowned needlecrafts shop. Within ten miles away is the ancient English border town of Oswestry and the Welsh village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, home to Pistyll Rhaeadr, the UK’s highest single drop waterfall. The whole area is surrounded by lovely countryside, which extends into the Berwyn Mountain Range, perfect for wonderful scenic walks and cycle trails, including along the Berwyn Ridge Pathway, the Offa’s Dyke Path and through the surrounding Tanat and Ceiriog Valleys. Visit the riverside town of Llangollen with the nearby Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (a World Heritage Site), Chirk and Powis Castles and Gardens, Erddig and Attingham Park, or the nearby market town of Ellesmere with its nine meres. Further afield are the Welsh mountains and coast, picturesque Lakes of Vyrnwy and Bala, while the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, medieval Shrewsbury and the Roman city of Chester are also within driving distance. Llangedwyn is an ideal base.
Note: Children aged 12 and above only.