Bank Holiday Cottages In Powys To Rent
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Sarah - verified booking
"Upon arriving at S21417 we were so delighted to see that the cottage was set in a large paddock and the front elevation overlooks fantastic uninterrupted views of the snow top mountains and open landscape. The cottage is absolutely beautiful. Good sized rooms which are nice and cosy. Perfect for a family of 4 + 1 dog. Towels and bed linen provided were lovely and clean. Fluffy towels! And the bed linen smelt fresh. I have to say the beds were very comfortable. The open fire was brilliant, the fire was set up for the first night so just needed lighting BUT no matches provided to light it. Luckily the Tesco delivery man was a smoker so we ambushed him. We had a Tesco delivery so we didn’t need to go out shopping for food but the local village does have a Spar. Beautiful walks locally. We liked Hafren Forset the most. Gorgeous waterfalls, streams which form from the River Severn. The few down sides-•No matches provided to light the fire. (Not on arrival)•1 pot on the left hand side of the fire (cast iron). We lifted the lid to see if matches were in side it but no, the putrid smell that hit us in the face from inside the pot was awful. It smelt of stale urine. We had to put the pot outside! •No baking trays provided. However there is 1 roasting tray but with a family of 4 this wasn’t enough. •1 plastic spatula provided, when making pancakes this item was inadequate as it started to melt. A metal spatula would be an added benefit!•Cobwebs - I know it’s a 17th Century cottage but the cobwebs that are in corners above beds and in the the bathroom would be easy to reach with a feather duster. •Bathroom (Downstairs)The paint work needs attention. It’s cracked and peeling in places. Possibly due to lack of ventilation when the shower is used. Maybe benefit from a fan or trickel vent. •Light Bulb- The wall light fitting in the kitchen to the left of the fridge freezer has 1 bulb out. It would have been an added benefit if blankets for the lounge were provided for evenings to make it even more cosy."
Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"I loved every minute of our holiday at Draenllwwynellen. The house is superb. When we arrived it was like walking into an oasis of calm. Every room was clean and beautifully furnished. We had been left a welcome selection of goodies including the basics but also lovely cake, biscuits, bread, jam and more. Many thanks to Debbie Davies for her kindness and readiness to help with any questions. We spent our evenings enjoying cooking and eating in the well equipped kitchen. The bedrooms are very comfortable and the bathroom with it’s beautiful bath was very inviting! We loved watching the cows in the field next to the house and looking across the valleys towards the Shropshire hills. At night we would watch the stars in the most beautiful clear sky. I also saw the most beautiful dawn of my life the first morning we were there.We went on several walks and visits during our stay... Offa’s dike at Knighton, the Devil’s chair at Stiperstones, Montgomery castle, Clun castle and Stokesay castle were among our highlights.I can’t really say anything other than great things about this house and the surrounding area. I hope to visit again in the future. Many thanks!"
deborah - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay at the cottage. The owner is a lovely, friendly lady who does not impose on you, yet she is ready to help with anything you may need. The cottage is very clean and equipped with everything you need, including nice little touches such as tea trays in each bedroom supplied with tea, coffee, sugar, kettle and cups. The views from the cottage are beautiful and we enjoyed sitting in the garden listening to the birds and sheep in the fields. It is perfect for relaxing. I'm sure we will return in the future."
Michele - verified booking
"S21417 is absolutelybeautiful and well maintained. Wonderful raural views, quiet and relaxing. Beds are extremely comfortable, the property nice and warm and full of character.There's plenty of essential items in the kitchen etc.When we arrived we were left with a welcome gift from Gareth and Angela of homemade cups cakes, a loaf and a bottle of milk.There's plenty of information left for visitors regarding places to visit and local walks.Very helpful host if you need to ask them a question.Would definately stay again."
Nadine - verified booking
"Beautiful cottage in an idyllic location. Warm and cosy with everything you would need for peaceful stay. Kitchen was adequately equipped, however it would benefit from a new more modern cooker and it would also have benefited from the provision of basic condiments, alt, pepper etc. The grounds were large and our dog thoroughly enjoyed running around them! The views are stunning and I would highly recommend this cottage if you wish to get away from it all. My partner and I would certainly love to go back there."