Experience Victorian charm and 21st Century luxury with a stay in this converted clock tower situated on the beautiful Welsh border.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Red bricks, a pretty cobbled courtyard and quaint bell tower, on approach to the Clock Tower it is hard to imagine this block of cottages was once home to dogs and horses. The owners have done a spectacular job retaining the character and charm during the renovation of this building, while adding to its appeal with traditional furnishings, stylish decor and modern conveniences.
Guests step from the courtyard into the welcoming living area. Lightly toned walls and ceilings are punctuated with traditional features such as the stripped wooden beams. Welcoming velvet sofas sit on the wooden floorboards and a large dining table offers enough seating for all the guests. Quirky touches, like the golden stag's head, and an old fashioned gramophone add personality to what is already a perfectly charming room.
Straight through from the dining area is the spacious kitchen, step directly onto the lovely chevron parquet floor and you will discover all you could need to prepare those memory making meals to enjoy with family and friends. Adjoining the kitchen is a handy utility room and toilet and that offers access to a patio area, ideal for relaxing in the last of the day's light.
The first bedroom is handily situated on the ground floor and it has a king size bed and a walk in wet room. This is the most practical of the bedrooms but not to the detriment of style, which is never compromised. Upstairs guests will discover three more good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The largest room is beautifully furnished with French-style pieces, a super king bed is made up with high quality cotton linens and a roll top bath sits handsomely on the oak floorboards. Its accompanying bathroom is the main bathroom and boasts a rainfall shower and one more roll top bath. The second bathroom is similarly furnished, tastefully decorated in light hues and offers a lovely en-suite shower.
The final bedroom is stunning, situated in the old bell tower - though guests may be relieved to know that the bell no longer rings. The room has low beams and a roll top bath directly under the bell itself. Follow the glass balustrade to a large walk in shower and marble sink.
Montgomery and the surrounding area has some magical places to discover and explore and boasts some lovely pubs and restaurants. Powis Castle is just a 15 minute drive away and there are some great walks including the Offa's Dyke pathways and the Montgomeryshire Canal. The Nag's Head, walking distance from The Clock Tower, does a great pint and good food, The Royal Oak at Welshpool is also worth a visit.
Birmingham Airport - 1hr 45 mins
Low season - January, February, November
2 night weekend: £600
4 night midweek: £950
A whole week: £1,250
Mid season - March, April, October, December
2 night weekend: £750
4 night midweek: £1,250
A whole week: £1,550
Peak season - May - September, plus Bank Holidays, Easter, Christmas and New Year
2 night weekend: £900
4 night midweek: £1,550
A whole week: £1,850
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