Farm Holiday Cottage
Tucked away in the hills just over a mile from Llanfair Caereinion, the newly converted cottage of Bwthyn Garthlwyd adjoins the handsome farmhouse on this friendly mixed beef and sheep farm. Thoughtful modernisation has retained many of the cottages' original features, including an inglenook fireplace (now with a wood burning stove) and splendidly beamed ceilings. Spacious and comfortable accommodation is provided for six to eight people, and the bedrooms are fully en-suite, a luxurious addition. There are fine walks on the farm, and it is an ideal base from which to explore this beautiful part of rural Montgomeryshire.
There is a whole network of paths and lanes criss-crossing the area and linking to Llanfair Caereinion, which is a little over a mile away. Here you will find friendly pubs and eating places, and the Town Trail will give you a fascinating taste of local history (pick up a leaflet). The Welshpool & Llanfair Steam Railway makes for an exciting and nostalgic trip to Welshpool, where you can visit the shops, spend time at the magnificent Powis Castle and Gardens (National Trust), or take a cruise on a canal trip boat from the Montgomery Canal Centre.
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How to find Bwthyn Garthlwyd
From the A458 at Llanfair Caereinion, take the minor road north, which leaves the main road below the school, just to the west of the bridge. The road climbssteeply uphill and, after about one mile, reaches Bwthyn Garthlwyd on the right.
By venturing just a little further, you can spend a day at Lake Vyrnwy, which nestles in the midst of some of Wales' most remote and beautiful countryside.