Draenllwynellen is a wonderfully rustic rural cottage surrounded by countryside in Montgomery, Powys. The stone-built cottage sits on a property with an orchard and enjoys wonderful views, and it offers exposed beams and tiled floors, plus a log fire, lovely gardens, open-plan design and seclusion.
Draenllwynellen is beautifully rustic. The charming rural cottage in Montgomery, Powys, is set among the rolling countryside and rewards guests with wonderful views, a sunny garden and interior boasting modernity plus exposed beams, tiled floors and a cosy log fire.
The cottage sits on one acre of grounds which include an orchard, and the private courtyard enjoys uninterrupted views of the farms and the hills beyond. Guests can admire the scenery from the furnished space in the ornamental garden and bask in the sunshine with a glass of wine and an alfresco meal.
French doors connect the garden to the interior, which boasts an open-plan space with tiled floors and exposed beams, plus a bespoke kitchen with a range cooker. The space also includes a light-filled dining area and a spacious sitting area with comfortable lounges and a cosy log fire in the inglenook fireplace.
The oak staircase leads to the bedrooms, which include a double room and a twin room, plus a master room with a 5’ king-sized bed. The family bathroom contains a clawfoot, free-standing bath with shower attachment, twin basin marble-topped washstand, large walk-in shower and underfloor heating.
Guests holidaying at Draenllwynellen are treated to the rustic charm and countryside views and can count on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, underfloor heating and laundry facilities, as well as Pure digital radio with aux for MP3 player connection, HDTV with Freeview and Netflix, Digital radio/CD player, plus board games and puzzles.
Draenllwynellen lies on a property with an orchard and wonderful views. The cottage is also within easy reach of Montgomery, as well as Glansevern Hall Gardens, Potting Shed Cafe, Gregynog Gardens and Powis Castle, plus Bishop’s Castle, Ludlow and Shrewsbury.