Ivy house is a picture perfect property. White washed with a wooden blue door, the outside has kerb appeal in spades.
Inside, the exposed stone walls and old oak beams create a cosy atmosphere that is perfect for relaxing. There are two bedroom, a stylish kitchen and a comfy living area complete with a wood burner.
Beguildy Village is small and peaceful, with a local pub and handy shop for everyday needs. Knighton can be reached in about 15 minutes – a market town that dates back to 1210.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
About Ivy Cottage
The owners of Ivy Cottage have furnished this holiday home with lots of lovely extras. The log burner comes supplied with wood, there’s a TV in both bedrooms, a seating area outside with views of the church and a welcome pack is waiting on arrival.
Ivy Cottage dates back to the 1700s and it is packed with original features like old oak beams, a huge fireplace, exposed stone walls and wrought iron hinges on the doors. With the log burner roaring, and a glass of wine in hand, what better way to spend an evening in.
Take along the family doggies on your holiday – this characterful cottage allows 2 dogs to stay. The enclosed garden is delightful – it can be found approximately 50 yards along the road, but nestled next to the church with a seating area and a firepit, it is worth the 2-minute stroll to get there.
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Things To Do in Knighton
Beguildy is a small village in Powys, close to the border between Wales and England. Just 8 miles from Knighton, it is a great base for visiting Offa’s Dyke and the Glyndwr’s Way National Trail.
Knighton is home to Offa’s Dyke visitors centre, so it’s a great place to start when you’re visiting this gorgeous part of Wales. Offa’s Dyke is a Saxon construction, built to separate Wales from England. There’s a pathway past this ancient monument that is lovely to walk along.
Glyndwr’s Way stretches for 135 miles. It’s a National Trail that works its way across open moorland, rolling farmland and beautiful woodland.
For history buffs, Powis Castle and Gardens is a 40-minute car ride away. It’s a full day out with plenty to see at this Medieval fortification along with the beautiful garden, plant shop and restaurant. At Christmas time, there are special events to go along to as well.
For a quiet break away from home that welcomes dogs, it is hard to beat Ivy Cottage. It is set in a quaint Welsh village, with a pub and shop just yards away, and close to walking trails, castles and market towns.
With exposed stone walls and crooked oak beams, the cottage is full of lovely original features but this holiday home has been fitted with all the mod cons you need as well.
And when the sun is shining, the garden is next to the pretty church, and it offers a lovely place to sit and relax.
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