Tudor manor house in rural Wales

Tudor manor house in rural Wales

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our long and careful restoration has resulted in a beautiful, restful, timber-framed home full of historical detail but with all modern conveniences. We've made the property available for holiday lets for the last two years.

With a large garden, the house is surrounded by open countryside. It is centrally heated with a huge inglenook fireplace in the main sitting room and wood-burner in the snug and is furnished with traditional furniture and squishy sofas.

The house and its restoration have been the subject of articles in World of Interiors and Country Living magazines and has been featured on a BBC television programme.

It is the perfect place to meet up with old friends and use as a base for exploring Wales and the West Midlands of England.

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More about us

  1. My husband and I run a historic woodwork business

  2. We are both interested in historic architecture and classical music

  3. I am a keen amateur (baroque) cellist

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Stagg at Titley
Cool bars
No. 46, Presteigne
Cozy cafés
The Workhouse, Presteigne
Retail therapy
Ludlow; excellent Spanish deli and fishmonger, Alex Gooch - artisan bread on a Saturday (all in Presteigne)
Bit of culture
Presteigne Festival of Music and lots of top notch concerts locally
Spot of exercise
Wonderful Welsh walks, cycling off and on quiet roads, local gym and swimming pool
Day tripping
Stokesay Castle and too many Welsh castles to name, The Elan Valley dams, The Welsh coast.

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