Two modern self-catering cottages with wood-burning stoves, hot tubs, and expansive views of the Welsh hills.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Nestled into the rolling green valleys of Wales, close to the border with Shropshire, Plas Robin is home to two beautifully contemporary cottages with two bedrooms each sleeping up to four guests, both of which are available to rent separately on a self-catered basis. Lovingly designed inside and out and packed with quirky features and comfortable extras, everything about Shepherd's Rest and Ty Hiraeth has been painstakingly thought out. This really is the perfect retreat for couples, friends, families or any other party looking to spend time together in the lush green topography of Llandyssil.
In each cottage large folding doors open from the main living space directly out onto the patio out front, which boasts extraordinary vistas of farmland and nature, creating an immediate sense of tranquillity and freedom. This room, which benefits from underfloor heating, has been designed on an open plan basis, creating a sense of flow and cosiness which makes this such a popular space. This is the room where guests tend to congregate at the start and end of the day over coffee, breakfast, drinks and dinner, planning their activities and reminiscing as they gaze out over the surrounding hillsides. Within the same large space you'll find the dining room with its sleek contemporary furniture, and the living room, characterised by an ultra-comfortable L-shaped sofa, large television, and woodburning stove. You've got everything you need to curl up with your loved ones at the end of a long day exploring the region.
Off this space, you'll find the two bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts a super-king sized bed and doors which open directly onto the patio. The other bedrooms is set up with twin beds, and has its own television, as well as an en-suite shower room, while the family bathroom boasts a magnificent roll-top bath tub.
After a long day out and about you'll want to relax in your own private hot tub whilst taking in the marvellous views of your surroundings. These are two properties where no detail has been overlooked and no compromise has been made in creating a house which is simply a joy to inhabit. Also, it's worth noting that Shepherd's Rest allows guests to bring one well behaved dog so guests staying there can bring their canine companion with the
These lodge-style properties offer the ultimate getaway for outdoor enthusiasts, offering quick access to Offa's Dyke Trail, and uninterrupted miles of countryside. In the mornings, take a stroll around the private acres the lodge is set on, and collect eggs laid by the free range hens.
In the village of Llandyssil, there is a traditional bakery where guests can pick up delicious, freshly baked bread and pastries each morning. There is also an organic dairy farm that sells bottled organic milk - collect from the bakery, jams and chutneys available too. And finally, there is also a church with a village hall with little events on throughout the year and a village pub - all just a 10 minute stroll.
Alternatively, head to the small 'Royal Charter' town of Montgomery, a distance of just two miles along some pretty country lanes, with its cricket club, bars, museum, and excellent farmers' market every Thursday. Montgomery also has an array of artisan independent shops, Montgomery Castle, Monty's Brewery Visitor Centre, excellent tennis courts and several very good quality eateries and the Dragon Hotel which is dog-friendly.
With the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty nearby, the Lakeside Golf Course a mile away, and foodies' paradise Ludlow in easy proximity, there really is something here to suit every taste and whim.
Birmingham Airport - 1 hour 30 mins
We have two beautiful holiday homes; 'Ty Hiraeth ' and 'Shepherd's Rest '.
'Shepherd's Rest ', accepts pets, welcoming 1 well behaved dog.
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