Bed & Breakfast
Middle Sylfaen is an extremely attractive black and white 'Severn Valley' timbered three-star farmhouse, with the date 1577 carved over the entrance door. Here there are two double, and one twin, comfortable and beamy en-suite rooms over-looking the Banwy Valley and the distant narrow-gauge steam railway.
The visitors lounge is a spacious and heavily timbered room, with an inglenook fireplace, a comfortable settee, a TV and other up-to-the- minute comforts. To the front of the house there is a large attractive garden, with banks of colourful flowers and a picket fence. Children will enjoy the slide and swings in the orchard nearby.
Situated just three miles from Welshpool, it goes without saying that there is plenty to see and do around Middle Sylfaen. You can enjoy a ride on the Welshpool & Llanfair Steam Railway, or visit one of Welshpool's fine pubs or restaurants for a meal and a drink.
Golf lovers should also note that Welshpool's course is just a stone's throw away, so they could enjoy a relaxing round or two here (don't forget to bring your clubs!).
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How to find Middle Sylfaen
Middle Sylfaen is just off the main A458 road, about 3 miles west of Welshpool
This area has also gained a favourable reputation amongst keen gardeners, who will enjoy visiting The Dingle and Derwen Garden Centres, along with the splendid grounds and lakes at Powis Castle. Summer weekend visitors should find time to see Ty Mawr, a rare and beautifully restored 15th century hall-house nearby.