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Located in Welshpool, 3.7 mi from Powis Castle, Edderton Hall Country House provides accommodations with a bar, free private parking and a garden. This 4-star guest house offers free WiFi. The location was perfect, wheelchair access was absolutely perfect for our needs. Wheel in shower was very good. The hosts were so lovely with us, very welcoming. Our dog absolutely loved too.
Located in Guilsfield, Welshpool, Vine House offers accommodations 3.7 mi from Powis Castle. Units have a satellite flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a shower and a a hairdryer. Comfortable room, and an easy walk to a good location for dinner.
Offering free WiFi and garden views, Maesnewydd Cottage is an accommodations located in Welshpool. Set 11 mi from Powis Castle, the property offers a garden and free private parking. Very homely feel in a beautiful location ideal as a base to explore Snowdonia. Hosts we're really friendly and cottage was well equipped.
Vintage Holiday home in Welshpool with Garden, a property with a garden and barbecue facilities, is located in Welshpool, 21 mi from Powis Castle. As key workers, myself and my son needed somewhere that we could self contain for the week whilst working in Powys. The property is in a beautiful, rural, peaceful setting and has all that you would need for a base to visit some of the local hotspots, but also ideal for a traditional farmhouse night in with plenty of private space for lots of guests. An abundance of wildlife visits the garden - with a hare and pheasant that we’re not as timid as I expected.
the owners need to give accurate details when you are booking. Parking was described as one space per property but we had to ask other people to move cars to get in and out which was made worse by the owner parking his 4 wheel drive in the front spot. We felt that if breakfast was not available, we should have been told, then we would not have booked this so called B & B. A bit disappointing.
The town was run down with few shops and little to see. Also we couldn’t find many places to eat. The surrounding countryside is stunning and there are other things in the vicinity. We ate in the Raven Inn twice because it was very good.
Never been to Welshpool before, and really liked the feel of the place. Plenty of pubs in a few mile radius for the traveller to choose from serving good value and quality food and drinks. Powis Castle well worth a visit for the lovely gardens and views. Well served for supermarkets and general amenities. Near to plenty of breathtaking Welsh landscapes, including Lake Vyrnwy and the Cambrian Mountains.
A very friendly market town with large castle attached. It has a good hotel in the centre, good cafes and lovely walks along the canal. There is much to do and see in the region as a whole. Powys in general is a fabulous county and the borders are full of history. Welshpool is an excellent base for exploring the area. We particularly liked The Corn Store, Charlie's, The Royal Oak, The Bay Tree (really quirky!) and the Powys museum which makes up in quality what it might not have in quantity. There are some very good shops, too.
If you like peaceful, pleasant and a good location for a relaxed weekend, walking and sightseeing then Welshpool is a lovely little place. A pleasant market town with large castle attached. a canal to amble or float along, good connections by road and rail to Shrewsbury and the centre of Wales.
Weshpool is ideally positioned to visit this area We were just outside holiday season so missed steam railway during the week. We visited Powis Castle the gardens and grounds are stunning and castle well worth looking around. Small shops on traditional high street with various take aways and a selection of pub doing food. Just remember this is a rural working town so except it for what it is
Loved the cottage we stayed in which included breakfast in the main house which was lovely. Village was lovely with 2 pubs in walking distance one does English food other has Indian restaurant attached. We ate at both and were both good. Had a lovely walk around village and very friendly. Good base for exploring this area of Wales. The host Eve was lovely and explained everything and was always available for questions.
Good central location for touring the area, good access to Welshpool, Oswestry, Bala, Shrewsbury and the borders. Warm and comfortable base for the week. All that you need for a successful self catering break was provided at the cottage and the hosts were very kind.
The staff were excellent, very friendly and attentive. The food was also excellent, well prepared and presented. The village the hotel was in, Berriew, was very picturesque. Very pretty part of Wales. It finished off an already great little tour of Wales.
Perfect location for country wedding nearby. Excellent breakfast and friendly staff. Quite rural but the wedding was in a church on top of a hill so location was just right for us. A short drive to welshpool. A great weekend.
Very friendly host and really appreciated the welcome package with milk, bacon, fresh eggs and bread. Amazing views from the window across the Welsh and English hills and a great location for exploring mid Wales.
Hotel perfect as you would expect for an old inn charm.
Excellent hotel Super hosts