This extremely attractive black and white timber-frame and stone cottage nestles in a superb secluded position, overlooking the River Rhiw and the quiet hills to the south-west of Llanfair Caereinion.
Tastefully modernised, the traditional interior has plenty of exposed oak frames and a beamed ceiling. The cosy lounge has a wood-burning stove which nestles in a splendid inglenook.
The whole cottage is centrally heated, and has a well equipped kitchen with a dining area. The bathroom has both a bath and a shower. On fine days there is a secluded landscaped garden to enjoy.
Cwm Dials secluded position makes it ideal for those who enjoy a quiet country holiday. However the shops and pubs of Llanfair Caereinion are just two-and-a-half miles away.
|Giorgio & Susan Ruggeri
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How to find Cwm Dial
From the A458 4 miles west of Welshpool and 4 miles east of Llanfair Caereinion, turn south on to the B4385. Go through Castle Caereinion and continue for half-a-mile to reach Pen-y-bryn on the left.
From here you can take a ride on the narrow-gauge steam railway to Welshpool, for a visit to Powis Castle and Gardens, or a canal boat or shopping trip.
Walkers will find an intricate network of country paths to explore, and birdwatchers will find plenty to see, including, perhaps, the rare red kite.
Garden lovers will enjoy the splendid local garden centres and, for a day out, you can visit Lake Vyrnwy, or the old county town of Montgomery.