The Owl House has been marvellously converted to provide spacious and tasteful accommodation within the wondrous countryside of Powys, Mid Wales.
Close to the charming town of Llanfyllin, the popular Lake Vyrnwy and the Snowdonia National Park, this is a high-quality base for large groups of friends and family to escape and get away from it all.
Enter this tremendous, stone-built holiday home and be welcomed by the vibrant and characterful kitchen/diner, dotted with rustic wooden beams and exposed stonework which contrast beautifully with the colourful, modern kitchen appliances.
The dining area enjoys views across the acres of grounds that come with the property.
From here, step up to a self-contained first floor area where you will find the heart-warming and social sitting room, the traditional exposed beams and sizeable corner leather sofa make this an ideal spot to put your feet up after an exhausting day of exploration.
Heading back down to the ground floor will present you with three wonderfully decorated bedrooms, the double bunk room is ideal for four children to stay together, while the two super king-size rooms boast flexible zip/link beds, one of which comes with the added luxury of a stunning en-suite shower room.
A family shower room also resides on this immaculate floor.
A second staircase to the first floor reveals two further bedrooms dressed in an equally fabulous manner, up here you will also find a peaceful snug area with a range of books to keep you occupied.
Acres of serene grounds surround The Owl House, with an excellent decking and a gravelled seating area enjoying idyllic views of the undulating countryside that encompasses the property.
This first-rate countryside retreat sits equidistant from the lovely town of Llanfyllin which offers a small selection of useful amenities, and the remarkable Lake Vyrnwy which offers much to do for those thrill seekers to enjoy.
The wondrous Snowdonia National Park lies slightly further afield for those of you who appreciate breath-taking landscapes and a wealth of outdoor activities.
26 Miles away is the Pontcysyllte Viaduct, this world heritage site carries the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee, dating back to 1805 the steel and stone structure is a magnificent sight to behold.
Experience the marvels of rural Wales from this beautifully restored farm building.
Five bedrooms: 1 x first floor super king-size (zip/link, can be twins upon request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor super king-size (zip/link) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin (zip/link), 1 x first floor twin, 1 x ground floor bunk room with 2 sets of bunks. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. First floor sitting room. First floor snug area.
About the location
Llanfyllin 6.5 miles; Lake Vyrnwy 6 miles; Welshpool 14 miles; Oswestry 20 miles.
The village of Llanfihangel has a tea room and parlour pub and is situated within reach of the wonderful Lake Vyrnwy. The charming nearby town of Llanfyllin nestles deep in the scenic Cain Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and the Berwyn Mountains, offering a good selection of shops where you can buy all of your essentials. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with considerable architectural variety, it is home to Y Dolydd, an early 19th Century workhouse, once featured on the BBC Restoration programme. Spectacular Lake Vyrnwy, with its host of activities, including walking, sailing and cycling, and impressive mountain backdrop of contrasting colours and fascinating nature reserve is well worth visiting. You can also enjoy fantastic walking and cycling opportunities around the hills of Llangynog and through the Berwyn Mountains. The bustling market town of Welshpool, with an array of shops, arts and crafts centres and quality pubs and restaurants is only 14 miles away. Visit magnificent Powys Castle and its celebrated gardens, the National Trust owned Chirk Castle and Erddig, and the breathtaking Llanrhaeadr Waterfall, with its 240' drop, which is encased in bewitching woods and sheer cliffs are within easy reach. A wonderful location for exploring beautiful Mid Wales and the Shropshire Borders, as well as Wrexham, Shrewsbury and Chester too!
Note: Dogs must be kept on a lead in the farm yard and children must be supervised.