Period cottage with hot tub, on working farm, with 43 acres of grounds on the Welsh borders. Idyllic spot for couples to relax, enjoy activities and discover the best countryside and culture in Powys.
One of two adjacent holiday cottages, Tack Cottage is set on a working sheep farm in the beautiful Welsh Borders, this exceptionally pretty period cottage boasts some incredible views of the rolling green hills of Shropshire. Welcoming up to two people and two dogs, this detached cottage in a Wildlife Trust-designated Local Wildlife Site is sure to get tails wagging, as a whole host of gorgeous country walks are available right from the property’s front door. Add to that the fact that there’s a wood burner for four-legged friends to curl up in front of and an outdoor hot tub for the humans to soak in—and you’ll understand why this property is pure bliss if you’re looking for a relaxing, romantic break.
One of two holiday cottages on the farm, this period property showcases some truly charming features, such as exposed beams and flagstone floors. Lovingly refurbished, the open-plan lounge/diner has a fabulous inglenook fireplace with an inviting wood burner. It’s the perfect spot to place your furry friend’s favourite blanket. The kitchen is stylish and spacious, while the bedroom and bathroom are contemporary yet cosy. Outside you can enjoy a BBQ on the patio or a picnic on the lawn, or grab your swimsuit and take a dip in your private hot tub.
Just a short walk away, you’ll find the quaint village of Beguildy (1.5 miles), with its Norman castle, 14th-century church and traditional pub. If you want to explore further afield, take Fido for a scenic drive to the Shropshire Hills (16.5 miles). An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1958, this region of tranquil hills, rolling farmland and river valleys is the perfect place for long walks in the fresh air.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.