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Beudy Bach Y Garth

Newtown, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay (Ref. 1077487)



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  • Icon/Feature/Hot Tub Hot tub
  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
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  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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7 Customer Review(s)

  • “Beudy Bach what a lovely place.”

    Peaceful relaxing and so private. Would highly recommend. Well equipped and shops 15 minutes away. Would definitely like to stay there again.

    Peaceful relaxing and so private. Would highly recommend. Well equipped and shops 15 minutes away. Would definitely like to stay there again.

    - Kevin, September 2021

The property

Bettws Cedewain 2.4 miles.

Nestled on the outskirts the lively town of Newtown, Powys is this glorious annex barn conversion set on the owner’s working farm, Beudy Bach Y Garth.

All-ground-floor and sleeping up to two guests, Beudy Bach Y Garth is an impressive and homely dwelling for a romantic trip to Mid Wales.

The farm was formerly part of the historic Gregynog Estate and there are public footpaths running from the farm to the hall itself, it’s also based not far from the Montgomery Canal which is great for walking or cycling.

An ample driveway will greet you on arrival with space for up to three cars, before you step into the property and discard your coat on one of the charming animal themed hooks, reflecting the properties farm setting.

Snuggle up on the corner sofa in the open-plan living space, which includes a charming cow bell harking to the properties farm setting, and watch your favourite film on the large flat screen TV, lighting the woodburning stove for added bliss.

Prepare a romantic meal for two in the well-equipped kitchen and toast to a wonderful holiday at the dining table, all conveniently located within the open-plan living space.

When sleep calls, retire to the light and airy double bedroom with rustic exposed stonework and impressive vaulted ceilings with beams, and catch up on sleep before the adventures to come.

Freshen up after a day of exploring in the modern shower room and prepare for an evening of relaxation in your home away from home.

Soak up the rural scenery as you enjoy a dip in the hot tub in the enclosed private garden and savour a moment of relaxation in your very own little paradise.

Set on the banks of the River Severn and residing in the lush green Montgomeryshire countryside, with its rolling hills and farmlands is the largest town in Powys, Newtown.

This vibrant town is bustling with life and has something to offer every visitor with a selection of art galleries and museums such as The Newtown Textile Museum where you can learn the heritage of hand-looming and textiles in the 1900’s or The Oriel Davies which hosts various exhibition’s with some artists work available to purchase.

Explore the ruins of the once Dolforwyn Castle located in charming Montgomery which was built by a Welsh Lord known as ‘Llewelyn the Last’ in 1273, the ruins overlook the expansive valley and makes for a beautiful ramble surrounded by nature.

If it’s more history you are looking for then a trip to the National Trust site of Powis Castle and Gardens is a must, where you can take a tour of the remarkable castle and see the vast collection of paintings and sculptures on offer, visit The Clive Museum, explore the ample gardens and take part in the peacock trail, our sample the delights of the outdoor theatre shows that take place on the grounds.

Further afield is the vibrant market town of Shrewsbury, where you can expect a plethora of activities with the town having over six hundred listed buildings.

Indulge in a spot of retail therapy with the amazing range of shops on offer, or sample local cuisine at one of the many award-winning restaurants.

A great opportunity for a romantic and refreshing break with your loved one, choose Beudy Bach Y Garth.


  • All-ground-floor
  • One double bedroom
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • External utility
  • Electric central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, wine cooler, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, large flat screen TV WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 3 cars
  • Bike storage
  • Enclosed garden with patio, hot tub and furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 2.3 miles, 2.4 pub miles

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location


Montgomery 10 miles; Machynlleth 28 miles; Ludlow 33 miles; Shrewsbury 33 miles.

Newtown lies on the banks of the River Severn, in the heart of the beautiful Montgomeryshire countryside, and boasts a vibrant art gallery, museums and a variety of pubs and restaurants. Newtown is also home to Theatr Hafren, one of Wales’s premier theatres, which showcases a wide variety of entertainment, from comedy shows to opera, offering something for the whole family. Explore the ruins of the Norman Motte and Bailey castle in the beautiful old county town of Montgomery, wander the Grade I listed formal gardens at the renowned Gregynog Hall, or visit the world-famous Powis Castle and Gardens, often frequented by Prince Charles. The medieval market towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow offer renowned and award-winning restaurants, cosy pubs and quaint shops, as well as festivals and markets, including annual Christmas markets, whilst Ludlow also boasts over 600 listed buildings and Ludlow Castle, so there is something to enjoy all year round. In nearby Churchstoke, the Roundton Hill Nature Reserve and Iron Age Hill Fort is a haven for wildlife and home to a plethora of native British birds. On a clear day, the walk to the summit at 370 metres is rewarded by a 360 degree panorama, from where extensive views over Shropshire and the high Welsh peaks beyond can be seen. A little further afield, Machnynlleth is home to the Centre for Alternative Technology, and also Machnynlleth Golf Club. The delightful seaside village of Aberdovey on the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline is a paradise for watersports enthusiasts, while the sandy beach at Ynyslas is perfect for a family day out. All this and more is within as hour’s drive of Newtown, making this a wonderful year-round holiday destination.