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Bryngwyn Powys United Kingdom


House in Wales, United Kingdom

Property Details of Wales House

Ground floor: Entrance into large well-equipped country kitchen with vaulted, beamed ceiling. Oil-fired Rayburn, electric cooker with oven, grill and 4-plate hob. Microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Welsh dresser, two tables and lots of chairs, so you don’t have to move them around! Four steps lead to: Large sitting room with double aspect views, TV/DVD player, oil fired log effect stove, further dining table and chairs. Twin/double bedroom (zip and link beds). Adjacent separate bathroom with bath/WB/WC (no shower). One step down to large double bedroom with king size brass bed and en suite bathroom with bath/WB/WC (no shower). The whole property has electric storage radiators with booster controls. Outside: parking immediately in front of cottage, terrace with portable barbeque and garden furniture. Guests may walk round the garden, the extensive parkland and around the 10 acre lake. There is a tennis court at Bryngwyn, available by mutual arrangement with the owner (guests to provide own racquets and tennis balls). Pets are not allowed in this property. For more information and more photos of the property please visit www.statelyholidaycottages.co.uk

Local Area Details

Bryngwyn is a very fine Listed 18th century house by Robert Mylne surrounded by 18th and early 19th century parkland Its garden park and lake are set in the glorious undulating hills of North Powys Mature trees and shrubs enhanced by spring bulbs mixed borders hedges and a rose garden combine with parkland and a 10 acre lake to make this one of the most attractive and peaceful estates in the Welsh Marches It is the family home of Auriol Marchioness of Linlithgow who started the comprehensive restoration of the main house estate cottages parkland and garden in 1989 The house had been shut up since 1928 In 2005 Bryngwyn was featured on BBC2 in The Curious House Guest with Jeremy Musson The Coach House built in 1813 a little way from the main house originally comprised the laundry the apple room and the coachmans room Lady Linlithgow transformed the building into very comfortable accommodation during the 1990s and has now enhanced it even further to provide a spacious elegant and welcoming cottage a perfect spot from which to explore and enjoy this beautiful part of Wales and all its treasures It is close to several National Trust and other historic properties including Powis and Chirk Castles both of which are musts for history lovers Llanfyllin just over two miles away is a charming rural small town with an excellent range of shops and facilities including a newsagent hairdresser hardware shop pharmacy bakery two butchers a Spar shop and a very good health foodorganic produce shop as well as several pubs and a fish and chip shop

Bryngwyn Powys United Kingdom Property Information

Location:Wales, United Kingdom
This Property Sleeps:4
Minimum Price Per Week:£420
Maximum Price Per Week:£700
Nearest Airport:
Prices vary throughout the year and there is also a three day option please visit www.statelyholidaycottages.co.uk for more information

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Entertainment TV, DVD Player
Kitchen Microwave, Washing Machine, Hob, Oven, Freezer, Fridge
Laundry Washing Machine Provided
Local Activities Cycling, Tennis, Walking
Local Area The local town is Sleepy
Location In the Country
Outside Parking, Terrace, Garden
Suitability No Pets, Children Welcome
Accommodation Accommodation Type: Self Catering, Size: Spacious, Changeover Day Fri
Theme Quiet yet close to local activity

Contact Information for Bryngwyn Powys United Kingdom

Name: Stately Holiday Cottages
Telephone: 01638-674756-
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House in Wales, United Kingdom