Kerry Ridge Barn provides homely, ground floor accommodation and rests peacefully amongst the Powys countryside, close to the village of Kerry.
With a wealth of outdoor opportunities available from your doorstep, this stylish barn is perfect for families, couples and friends alike.
Step down into the property and be warmly welcomed by the inviting sitting room; two comfortable sofas crowd around the gorgeous woodburning stove with the addition of a TV to enhance those cosy evenings in.
Next to this lies a beautifully furnished kitchen/diner, providing a wealth of first-class fixtures and fittings with sumptuous cupboards bringing a touch of exquisite class.
After a day of exploring the nearby Shropshire Hills AONB, indulge in a relaxing bubble bath in the property's attractively tiled family bathroom.
Kerry Ridge Barn's two bedrooms consist of a king-size and a twin, both are decorated with peace and comfort in mind as they benefit from the addition of stunning exposed beams, which offer a rustic charm.
Directly outside of the property you will see a delightful decking area, kick back here and appreciate the idyllic surroundings.
The magnificent rural scenery can also be admired from the wonderful summer house close by, it comes with both comfortable seating and a dining table, so you can come here to chill out or perhaps treat yourself to a meal with a view.
The friendly nearby village of Kerry offers the essential amenities in terms of a useful shop and a couple of excellent pubs, one of which serves food.
Many of Powys and Shropshire's finest attractions are easily reachable from here; explore Newtown and Montgomery on the Welsh side of the border, while nearby English spots include Bishop's Castle and the enchanting market town of Shrewsbury.
Kerry Ridge Barn is an ideal base for your next relaxing rural retreat.
About the location
Newtown 3 miles; Montgomery 12 miles; Bishops Castle 15 miles.
Kerry is a small village which nestles in the lovely Vale of Kerry, centrally located in Mid Wales and close to the borders with Shropshire. This wonderfully scenic region is known as The Marches and is steeped in history. There is a village shop, two pubs, one with a restaurant, and the area is best known as a popular destination for walkers and mountain bikers because of the Kerry Ridgeway; a gentle 15 mile route through the hills providing remarkable views in all directions (up to 70 miles on clear days)! Discover Montgomery and Powis Castles, the medieval towns of Bishops Castle, Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Machynlleth, and Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks. With easy access to Offa’s Dyke, many beautiful gardens to visit, steam railways and the coast about an hour’s drive away, this location is a real gem!