This stylish, spacious, semi-detached house is set over three floors and rests in a beautifully rural location, three and a half miles from the hamlet of Aberhafesp in Powys, Wales.
Lletty is surrounded by picturesque, rolling countryside and the Shropshire Hills are sat within 15 miles, making the property a fine choice for a group of friends or family members who enjoy taking scenic walks and exploring the great outdoors.
Alternatively, Lletty could simply be used as a relaxing retreat to escape everyday life.
The homely sitting room is the perfect place to unwind after a day of adventure.
It has comfortable leather sofas, a fabulous woodburning stove and a TV to browse the channels while enjoying a hot drink and your favourite snacks.
Rustle up a warming, hearty meal in the stylish kitchen, which boasts a breakfast table and sophisticated wooden furnishings, along with a TV to keep you entertained.
Enjoy your mealtimes together in the formal dining room with its antique dresser adding to the room’s character.
This room leads on to a superb conservatory, a wonderful room to sit and relax on the comfortable leather chairs with a good book, whilst the sun keeps you warm.
Three of the four bedrooms are set on the first floor and each room is fabulously presented with comfortable beds and charming linen.
The master bedroom showcases a stylish en-suite and splendid views across the surrounding countryside.
The second floor provides a delightful double bedroom under the eaves, completing the interior of the property.
Sit out on your patio with a refreshing drink or perhaps enjoy some alfresco dining whilst revelling in this incredible setting.
The market town of Newtown is just a short drive away, this charming place boasts an excellent range of shops, restaurants and cafés as well as a choice of museums and a cinema to keep you occupied.
Lletty is a superb choice of accommodation all-year-round.
About the location
Newtown 6 miles.
The village of Caersws is a convenient base for exploring Mid Wales. Situated on the River Severn, the village offers a railway station, church and shop, pubs, butchers and a Post Office. Just six miles away is the market town of Newtown, where you will find a number of shops, pubs, museums and an art gallery. This scenic part of Mid Wales boasts many outdoor activities too, including walking, cycling and fishing along with a nearby clay pigeon shooting centre (of international repute) and a rally centre run by championship rally drivers. If you prefer a spot of history whilst staying in the area, the ruins of the ancient Motte and Bailey castles situated close by in the beautiful old county town of Montgomery, or the ruins of Dolforwyn castle in the hills above the village of Abermule are well worth visiting. Visit the world-famous Powis Castle and Garden, often frequented by Prince Charles, or Aberdovey on the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline, a paradise for watersport enthusiasts, is within an hour’s drive. An excellent place to stay, whatever your interests.