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Hotel in Presteigne
Located in Presteigne, 45 km from Elan Valley, The Radnorshire Arms Hotel provides accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar. Great location, great room in a fantastic old building. Good facilities and breakfast, helpful and informative manager.
Within 45 km of Elan Valley and 13 km of Wigmore Castle, Carriage House features free WiFi and a garden.
The Lodge, a property with a garden, is situated in Presteigne, 41 km from Elan Valley, 18 km from Wigmore Castle, as well as 22 km from Kinnersley Castle.
Boasting garden views, Lavender Cottage features accommodation with a garden and a balcony, around 45 km from Elan Valley. This holiday home provides accommodation with a patio. Everything, comfy beds, lots of board games to play as a family my 10 year olds wanted to stay there longer. Nice local pubs within walking distance,
Raglan Cottage Presteigne The Gateway to Wales, a property with a garden, is situated in Presteigne, 45 km from Elan Valley, 16 km from Wigmore Castle, as well as 21 km from Kinnersley Castle. Very clean, modern cottage which is obviously looked after.
The Old Rectory is situated in Presteigne, 19 km from Wigmore Castle and 20 km from Kinnersley Castle, in an area where cycling can be enjoyed.
THE Perfect SPOT is somewhere to enjoy and relax is located in Presteigne, 16 km from Wigmore Castle, 21 km from Kinnersley Castle, and 23 km from Clun Castle.
Hoarstone Cottage in Presteigne features accommodation with free WiFi, 13 km from Wigmore Castle, 21 km from Kinnersley Castle and 25 km from Clun Castle.
Within 38 km of Elan Valley and 22 km of Kinnersley Castle, Pen Y Clawdd offers free WiFi and a garden.
Within 38 km of Elan Valley and 22 km of Kinnersley Castle, Dan Y Coed features free WiFi and a garden.
Good range of shops and places to eat, etc. for small town. Good historic buildings including The Judge's Lodgings, which are open to the public and worth a visit. Good music classical festival each year in late August. Lots of places and good walks in the surrounding area. Great to be able to quickly get away from traffic noise, which seems to be everywhere nowadays.
As I was short of time, I wasn't able to explore the town, although as I wanted some chocolates or flowers to take to the family I was having dinner with, I did go into a couple of shops where the staff were helpful and friendly. The little gift and flower shop was lovely, as was the lady serving, it had a variety of beautiful gifts and a little cafe which I would certainly visit whenever I return to Presteigne and hopefully have more time.
Great shops for self-catering - butcher, a greengrocers (also sells fish for part of the week), 2 general food stores and a well-stocked deli, also a bakers. It has a number of decent pubs for such a small place and a lovely Italian restaurant, plus takeaways. There are also a number of cafes and gift shops. The locals were all very friendly. There is an information centre in town and a small museum/art gallery. It is in the middle of very pretty countryside - rolling hills, trees and sheep! Great for access to Wales and to Shropshire and Herefordshire.
This is a good base to explore the beautiful countryside in this area. It`s a small town with some interesting traditional shops. The Judge`s Lodgings museum is excellent and well worth a visit, as is the Warden nature site.
An eclectic array of small shops including charity shops and bric a brac! The amazingly stocked Tinto deli, local Butcher, chemist, grocers, Spar, newsagents. Designer shop. Pubs. Wild Thyme Italian restaurant (we sampled their delicious lasagne), Chinese restaurant.
Large room, comfy beds, nice breakfast, friendly helpful staff.Large garden to sit in. Amazing historic building with original features. Reserved parking space on request. Menu would benefit from an update and guests need notice of the curry or pizza nights which may not suit every taste, but staff will help offer alternatives if asked. Had as restful 3 nights, would stay again
A lovely well equipped character cottage in a very quiet and secluded location with fabulous views from the garden. A central location to so many historic towns in both England and Wales. The local town of Presteigne is a 2 minute drive which had lots of eating possibilities, especially for lunch. We arrived late so had to use the key safe but Sue dropped by the next day to make sure that we had everything that we needed.
The hotel was beautiful