Cosy Farm Cottage in Mid Wales Countryside | Stabal y Nant
Cosy Farm Cottage in Mid Wales Countryside
This thoughtfully converted stable adjoins the main farmhouse which dates from around 1650. Stabal y Nant cottage offers cosy holiday accommodation for you and the dog amidst the rolling hills of Mid Wales, north-west of Welshpool. Streams and woodlands are in abundance and sustain rich and varied bird-life. There is also a fishing lake on site for guests to enjoy, free of charge. Enjoy fine walks around the farm and surrounding countryside and take full advantage of the fact that Glyndwr's Way National Trail passes within 500 metres of the cottage.
Open plan living area which includes a spacious sitting room with 2 two seater settees around an inviting fireplace with a woodburner (logs provided), freeview TV, Video/DVD player and a fine beamed ceiling. The adjoining kitchen is well equipped with an electric cooker, fridge and microwave and a dining table for 4.
Upstairs, there are more exposed timbers throughout the two bedrooms. The main bedroom includes a double bed with bedside table and wardrobe whilst the second bedroom offers a full size, comfy bunk-bed. Shower room along with sink, toilet and heated towel rail.
The large, enclosed garden has a table and chairs, children’s swings, lawn area and a BBQ facility. Sit back and enjoy sweeping views over the farm to the hills beyond.
Bed linen, hand and bath towels and hairdryer included.
Heating and electricity included (+ FREE logs provided for woodburner).
Cot and highchair available on request. Please bring your own linen for the cot.
Fishing lake on site stocked with brown trout. Free fishing, please bring your own fishing equipment.
Washing machine and drier available to use in adjoining farmhouse.
The following are all provided at the cottage for your stay… Kitchen: washing up liquid, washing powder Bathroom: soap, toilet roll General cleaning products: clothes, dusters, vacuum cleaner, cleaning liquid etc.
|The cottage was lovely. Very clean with beautiful views. Welshpool and Llanfair Railway is worth a visit. Spice, the Indian restaurant in Welshpool for a lovely meal.|
|Christine, Jun 2015
|Fantastic break would recommend it to anyone .
We enjoyed Sunday lunch to the Oak Pub where we had a fabulous welcome, staff were great. You had six choices of lunch menu and a wide variety of desserts - great value
|Couple from Wrecsam, Jun 2015
|Lovely and relaxing Anne and Gareth are great hosts. Just relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.|
|Maria from Wigan, May 2015
|The property is a nicely appointed barn conversion on a working farm. Lovely location. Very friendly owners. Excellent spot to explore this not too well known area of Wales 1 - Visit Glansevern Gardens 2 - Walk up to the lonely tree above Llanfyllin and look into its history. 3 - Visit Welshpool livestock market on a Monday if you've never been to one.|
|Couple from Southampton, May 2015
|Fantastic time great castles to visit.
We really enjoyed the mountain biking at Coed y Brenin.
|Justine and Family from Taunton, Apr 2015
Stabal y Nant holiday cottage is located on a working farm set within the rolling hills of Mid Wales. The traditional market town of Welshpool with its canal, shops, restaurants and pubs is only 3 miles away whilst the nearest village of Guilsfield is also 3 miles and has 2 pubs. The farm has streams and woodlands in abundance and sustains rich and varied bird-life.
Enjoy fine walks around the farm and surrounding countryside and take full advantage of the fact that Glyndwr's Way National Trail passes within 500 metres of the cottage. Ride the steam train from Llanfair Caereinion to Welshpool or take the short drive to the stunning lake Vyrnwy, where you can try your hand at watersports and cycling or enjoy a leisurely walk and good lunch. Golf and fishing are popular in this part of Wales, too, with plenty of golf courses and a coarse fishing lake. The Flash Centre in Welshpool has a large swimming pool with twisting slide, rapids ride, spa pool and is also great for young children with paddling and beach areas.
If you’re after castles and culture, Mid Wales has both in spades. Nearby Dolforwyn Castle, for example, was the last castle to be built by Llewelwyn (the Last Prince of Wales), between 1273 and 1277. Powis Castle, which started life as a medieval fortress, is a must, especially for its beautiful gardens and collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries.
Portmeirion and the Mountains of Snowdonia offer great days out whilst pony treking and quad trekking are available locally. Other popular attractions include Llanrhaeadr Waterfall (the tallest in the UK), the Centre for Alternative Technology and King Arthur's Labyrinth.
Among the recommended restaurants within 5 miles of the cottage, you have Kings Head in Guilsfield (3 miles), The Raven, Royal Oak and Cornstore in Welshpool (4 miles) and The Green Dragon in Buttington (5 miles).
Glyndwr's Way is a long distance footpath in Mid Wales that was granted National Trail status in the year 2000. Join the path from the farm.
Severn Way – Gentle 12 mile route along the Montgomery Canal towpath from Welshpool (3 miles) to Newtown.
Offa’s Dyke National Trail (177 miles in total) following the Welsh/English border. Nearest section starts at Buttington Bridge, 5 miles away.
Fishing lake on site stocked with brown trout for fly fishing. Free to guests, please bring your own fishing equipment.
Montgomery Canal – Welshpool. Enjoy some coarse fishing on the peaceful canal. 3 miles
River Banwy – Llanfair Caereinion. ½ a mile of fishing down stream from town bridge. 6.5 miles
Bluebell Park – Llanerfyl. 1 acre lake with platform fishing. 10 miles
Find out more about Fishing in the Welshpool area
Lake Vyrnwy – Canoeing, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing - suitable for the whole family. 19 miles
Welshpool Golf Club – 18 hole golf course. 6 miles
Llanfair Caereinion to Castle Caereinion. 10 mile cycle route following the steam railway towards Welshpool so you could even return on the train. Quite a hilly route - excellent views. Join the route 3 miles away.
Lake Vyrnwy – 12 mile circuit around the scenic Lake Vyrnwy. Suitable for the whole family. 19 miles
Lletty Mawr Trekking Centre – Llangadfan. Call 01938 820646 for info. 14 miles
Check-in from: 15:00 / Check-out by: 10:00
TestimonialsThe cottage was lovely. Very clean with beautiful views. Welshpool and Llanfair Railway is worth a visit. Spice, the Indian restaurant in Welshpool for a lovely meal.Christine, Jun 2015Fantastic break would recommend it to anyone .
We enjoyed Sunday lunch to the Oak Pub where we had a fabulous welcome, staff were great. You had six choices of lunch menu and a wide variety of desserts - great valueCouple from Wrecsam, Jun 2015Lovely and relaxing Anne and Gareth are great hosts. Just relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.Maria from Wigan, May 2015The property is a nicely appointed barn conversion on a working farm. Lovely location. Very friendly owners. Excellent spot to explore this not too well known area of Wales 1 - Visit Glansevern Gardens 2 - Walk up to the lonely tree above Llanfyllin and look into its history. 3 - Visit Welshpool livestock market on a Monday if you've never been to one.Couple from Southampton, May 2015Fantastic time great castles to visit.
We really enjoyed the mountain biking at Coed y Brenin.Justine and Family from Taunton, Apr 2015