This cottage, close to the town centre, adjoins Appletree House, part of a former cider making farmhouse, sleeping 3, or 5 if you use the sofa-bed.
The cottage has a wealth of character with original flag stone floors, wooden floors, original beams, exposed stone and a beautiful open log fire. The whole cottage is totally enchanting and relaxing, you would not know you were in the town.
A detached victorian town house, Sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms with an additional 4 if required on double sofa beds in the games room and loungeThis is a wonderful Victorian house in the centre of Presteigne, completely refurbished from top to bottom in 2013-14. Close to Radnor Forest and ideal for exploring the borderlands of Wales and England.
This cottage, close to the town centre, was formerly a cider making farmhouse. It sleeps up to 7, plus has an additiomnal child's bedroom directly off the master bedroom.
The cottage has a wealth of character with wood floors, beams, exposed stone and the most idyllic gardens, with patio, lawns, flowerbeds and the remains of the cider orchards.
All of our properties offer modern facilities, with all utilities and all linen provided. Whilst each property is different and has its own unique charm, so they all share modern facilities, central heating, and the same attention to detail that has become our hallmark. Pets welcome, at no extra charge.
Our growing number of repeat visits is further proof that the houses and the area produce memorable holidays. Each cottage has its own description page, just click or tap the property name for more details.
Presteigne, (Llanandras in Welsh), was once the county town of Radnorshire and nestles at the heart of the Marches on the border of Wales and England. Surrounded by beautiful, unspoilt countryside, this thriving border town has many unique qualities that make it both a perfect destination and a base from which to explore.
Set alongside the river Lugg, at the corner of the three counties of Shropshire, Herefordshire and Powys, it is within a short drive from Hay on Wye, Hereford, Ludlow and Shrewsbury.
Just over an hour and a half from Birmingham or the beautiful coastline of West Wales, it would be difficult to find a better place to stay for easy access to the rich variety of experiences necessary for a rewarding break. There’s always something on hand, or within easy reach, to treat the whole family.
The High Street has a good range of individual shops, restaurants, pubs and services. High quality local and organic produce is available in both shops and restaurants.
The surrounding countryside is breathtaking, and the drive from Presteigne to Aberystwyth was voted one of the ten most beautiful drives in the world by the AA. Just to the west are Radnor Forest and Offa's Dyke. Go slightly south west and you can browse the book shops of Hay on Wye, and to the east you can sample the renowned culinary delights of Ludlow. Hereford, with its Cathedral housing the famous Mappa Mundi, is a short drive away and in between there are activities and visits to satisfy a whole variety of tastes.