A well-presented converted 300 year old cowshed adjoining the owners home on Llansantffraid in Powys,Wales.
The compact, cosy living, amazing views and walking opportunities both within the grounds of the property and the surrounding Welsh countryside make this the perfect destination for a couple who wish to bring their dog and to get away from day to day life.
The interior is bright and airy with a comfortable sofa and warming open fire making it the ultimate relaxing room for all seasons.
The kitchen area is modern and stylish with a delightful breakfast bar and open plan feel.
The Old Beams boasts a well decorated double bedroom with attractive linen and features and an ensuite shower room.
Having its own large private patio area facing the setting sun it is a perfect setting for an evening drink whilst taking in the rolling valley views.
It is situated within its own private river and woodland walk stretching over three quarters of a mile with fishing rights for your enjoyment.
The village of Llansantffraid is a short walk away and offers various facilities including two good food pubs,two supermarkets,fish and chip shop,Indian Restaurant,cafe and petrol station.
The market towns of Oswestry,Shrewsbury and Welshpool are within easy reach as are lake Bala and Vyrnwy and Snowdonia National Park.
The Old Beams is a fantastic converted shippon in a beautiful part of Wales.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire.
About the location
Oswestry 9 miles; Welshpool 10 miles; Shrewsbury 20 miles
A pleasant, historical village in Powys, close to the England-Wales border. Lansantffraidd is a scenic village with evidence of life in Roman times and from 2400BC. It has the River's Cain and Vyrnwy running through it. Offa's Dyke is just 5km away. Llansantffraidd used to be the home of Welsh giants TNS F.C, however no longer is. It has two good eating pubs, two mini markets and takeaways, it offers a good amount for a small village. The delightful Welshpool is a short drive away, as is the market town of Shresbury which is worth the visit.
Note: babes in arms only.