Converted Stone Barn Cottage Rental with a Secluded Garden in Powys, WalesFelindre, Wales (United Kingdom)
Converted Stone Barn Cottage Rental with a Secluded Garden in Powys, Wales
This converted stone barn rental is located in Powys, Wales, and can accommodate six guests. It has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The first bedroom features a full-size bed flanked by nightstands and bedside lamps and surrounded on two sides by exposed stone walls. The second bedroom provides two twin-size beds with zip and link mattresses that can be joined together to form a king-size bed. The third bedroom consists of a single bed, a four-drawer chest, clothes hanging area, and a slanted roof with a skylight.
The first bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a toilet, a sink, and a corner bathtub, all complemented by an exposed stone wall. The second bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a toilet, a sink, and a shower. A third bathroom provides an additional toilet, sink, and shower. Linens and towels are provided.
In the sitting room, guests will find a television with Sky TV, a dining table, a cast iron electric stove, and French doors opening to the patio and the enclosed terraced garden. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with an oven, an electric hob, a microwave, a fridge, a kettle, and a dishwasher. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, oil-fired central heating, double glazing, brace doors, a compliments tray, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Outside of the barn, guests will find a peaceful, secluded garden with a patio, a table, and a terraced area. Around the surrounding site, they will find another well-established garden and paddocks, which are home to free-range chickens, sheep, horses, dogs, and cats. They will also find walking and bridle paths to the surrounding hills and nature preserves, as well as a range of facilities and services for walkers, cyclists, and horseback riders (please see the Facilities and Services sections for more details).
The hosts of the site have extensive knowledge of the surrounding region and can provide advice and resources for walking, cycling, and horseback riding routes. The site provides facilities for all three activities (see below), and the hosts can provide additional services for them as well (see the services section). Bridle paths and walking paths lead right from the site to the surrounding hills and nature reserves.
Guests who wish to go walking will find drying facilities for their wet boots and clothing and off-road parking in which they can leave their vehicles by prior arrangement if they plan on walking to their next destination.
Guests bringing bicycles will find lock-up and wash-down facilities.
Guests bringing horses will find a variety of facilities at the site, including 12 airy stables, fenced paddocks that are divided into pens with electric fencing to ensure adequate turnout space, wood-pellet bedding, hay, an arena, a tack room, and parking space for lorries and trailers.
- Private Jacuzzi/Hot tub
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Check-in: Flexible early check-in allowed additional charge
Check out: Flexible late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
Horses can stay at the site for a nightly fee per horse, with many facilities available for them (see the Facilities section).
Smoking is not permitted on this site.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Felindre, Wales (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding on-site
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Guests will find many walking, cycling, and horseback riding routes in the surrounding region, including the Beguildy Community Trail, Glyndwr's Way, and paths at Beacon Hill Crown Estate. The latter is also an excellent site for birdwatching. For mountain biking, guests can head to Nant yr Arian, Coed y Brenin, Hopton, Bringewood, Bucknell, Coed LLandegla, and Revolution Bike Park. For golfing, they can hit the links at the Knighton Golf Course, the Newtown Golf Course, or the Llandrindod Wells Golf Course.
For museums, they can visit the Robert Owen Museum, the Textile Museum, the WH Smith Museum, and the Oriel Davis Gallery. For gardens and historic buildings, they can go to Whimble Gardens, Bryans Ground, Hergest Croft Gardens, Gregnynog Hall Gardens, Glansevern Hall, Abbey-Cwm-Hir, and Powis Castle. For dining, they can head two miles down the road to the Radnorshire Arms or visit surrounding villages, such as Knighton, Leintwardine, Titley, Aymestry, and Old Radnor.