Kerry 1.5 miles.
This 17th century cottage is a vibrant little retreat, tucked away into the breathtaking countryside of Kerry, Mid Wales.
Decorated with a quirky overtone, and heart-warming features, couples can enjoy returning to this base each day, sitting in a central location for exploring the Shropshire borders.
As you enter inside, the retro-style kitchen is most welcoming with its L shape design and contemporary appliances, exposed beams and down lighters to enhance your dining experience.
Conveniently, a wonderful lounge rests to the other side, knitted together with an armchair and a small sofa, which makes an ideal spot for reading a book in the peace and quiet.
You will find some unique artwork dotted around the interior, and the creative design of the cottage is simply one-of-a-kind.
For more of the quirkiness, head upstairs to the double bedroom which boasts an assortment of colours and interesting décor; ensuring you wake up in style.
One window view overlooks the countryside, whilst the second looks out towards the woodland, and an en-suite completes the accommodation.
Take a moment to appreciate the garden with its fruit trees and vegetables blooming in the summer season, or the decked area, ideal for relaxing.
A popular destination for walkers and mountain bikers because of the Kerry Ridgeway, this is your chance to explore the unspoilt scenery.
With easy access to Offa’s Dyke, many beautiful gardens to visit, steam railways and the coast about an hour’s drive away, you will be spoilt for choice.
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!