This tastefully restored stone farmhouse stands in the Upper Banwy Valley, close to Dyfnant Forest and surrounded by superb scenery. The lovely beamed lounge has a traditional inglenook fireplace with a log burner (logs are provided), a colour television and a video. The kitchen/diner is also beamed, and has oak units, an 'Aga-type' cooker for central heating, a microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble drier.
There are three double bedrooms (one with an en-suite bathroom and shower), one twin-bedded bedroom and a bathroom with a power shower. A cot and high chair are available.
While you are staying on the farm you can enjoy fine country walks, bird and badger watching, or fishing. If you enjoy cycling or horseriding, the farm even has its own track. Accommodation for horses is also available.
The house has pool and games room, and the lawned garden has a barbecue, a sand pit and garden furniture. Oil-fired central heating is included out-of-season, and electricity is by meter. Bed linen is provided, but sorry, no pets.
How to find Wern
Take the A458 west from Welshpool. Pass through Foel. Wern is situated a mile-and-a-half further on. on the right, up a farm lane.
During your stay explore Powis Castle , The Welshpool and Llanfair Steam Railway and Lake Vyrnwy, or simply revel in the superb scenery of Mid Wales.