Cornorion Fawr
Farm Holiday Cottage

This ancient mill, which dates from the early 1700's, and was still in use during the 20th century, stands beside a stream in a wooded valley just a short distance from the farmhouse at Cornorion Fawr. Although the millwheel and machinery have long since gone (taken to equip a newer building further down the valley), this handsome newly converted three-storey stone and slate building still retains many original features, including its heavy wooden beams. The two bedrooms comfortably sleep four people, with provision for an extra two visitors on a bed settee in the top floor living room. There is a well equipped kitchen, a bathroom and a large garden beside a stream.

Although the mill at Cornorion Fawr stands in a wonderfully remote valley, it is only two-and-a-half miles from Llanfyllin, where there is a good selection of shops and friendly pubs. The hills hereabouts are criss-crossed with an inticate network of footpaths, so visitors can enjoy a local ramble, or undertake a more ambitious outing - perhaps as far as Lake Vyrnwy. Bird watchers will be able to see a wide range of species, including the rare Red Kite, and fishermen can catch trout in the farm pool.

The area is also noted for its waterfalls, and those who use a large scale map to seek them out will find their efforts well rewarded.
John & Catherine Tomlinson
Cornorion Fawr
Pen-y-Garnedd
Llanfyllin
Montgomeryshire

Enquiries and bookings:
01691 648750
email : info@mont-hols.co.uk



How to find Cornorion Fawr

Take the A490 from Welshpool.

Pass through Llanfyllin and continue along
the B4391.

Turn left shortly after the junction with
the B4393.

Keep right on the minor road until, after
two miles, you reach Cornorion Fawr.