Self catering in and around Montgomery

Where to Stay - Self Catering in and around Montgomery

Bank Cottage, Montgomery

This delightful mid-18th-Century Grade II Listed cottage is situated within a short walk of the centre of Montgomery, just down the hill from Montgomery Castle. This traditional, semi-detached, wood beamed cottage oozes character. The self catering accommodation includes two wood-floored bedrooms, one with a double bed, the other with a single bed and bunk bed. Bank Cottage also features an oak staircase and landing, a modernised bath/shower room, kitchen, dining room and a lounge with wood burner and exposed original beams. It is also equipped with fridge/freezer and TV with Sky. Pets are welcome. Outdoors are enclosed front and rear gardens with garden furniture. Adjacent on-street parking.

Whitehall Farm - near Montgomery

We are currently renovating a large Dairy Barn to contain 5 double bedrooms, a few of which can be configured to have extra beds - the south bedroom in particular makes a good dormitory room for a few family-loads of kids. 3 of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. One of the bedrooms is accessible with accessible shower room.

Downstairs there is a large kitchen and dining room with log burning fire and lounge, on the lower part of the ground floor (that was previously the veranda and feeding trough) there is a second large lounge area with large sliding glass doors looking out over the views towards the mountains. 

Outside there is a two level garden, seating, grassed area and patio/dining area.


Penllwyn Holiday Lodges, Garthmyl

Individually designed lodges in 30 acres of woodland. Each lodge is set within its own plot on a wooded hill.

Penllwyn offers freedom to wander along the canal towpath and around the fishing pool and gardens which is home to ducks and swans.

Nearby the River Severn is available for game and coarse fishing which is also free of charge.

The Old Rectory

A unique and elegant holiday property located in a wing of a historic former rectory at the foot of the hills just outside the quaint village of Llandyssil. Decorated with the utmost tasteful style, it is a luxurious destination that’s ideal for a getaway with family or friends. The beautiful countryside of the Welsh Marches lies just a short distance away, and the natural splendour of the nearby Shropshire Hills AONB begs to be explored from this perfectly located holiday base. This stunning Regency home makes for a truly magical holiday experience you’ll remember for many years to come. Sleeps 4

Poultry Cottage, Leighton, Welshpool

A charming model estate cottage with barley twist chimneys, once lived in by the keeper of the various poultry who were housed in even greater splendour next door. It offers a peaceful setting (the chickens have long gone) with views across the Severn Valley to Montgomeryshire.

Managed by The Landmark Trust, a charity that rescues important buildings that would otherwise be lost.

Fronfraith Hall West Wing, Llandyssil

The beautifully restored West Wing at Fronfraith Hall offers self-catering within a very spacious and comfortable setting.

Surrounded by beautiful gardens, it is perfect for a holiday or short break, especially for families with children (indoor and outdoor toys provided and cot available).

Swallow and Curlew lodges, Near Chirbury - Shropshire

Swallow and Curlew lodges have the character of a country hideaway with the convenience of modern luxuries.

The uninterrupted Shropshire views are what really makes these lodges special. You may have travelled only a short distance but you will feel a world away.

Outside, the large decking area with seating and sunken hot tub really makes the most of the surroundings. The hot tubs can be used all year around whether your blessed with sun or snow. Inside the open plan living area has spectacular floor to ceiling windows, flooding the room with natural light and on a clear night provides your own observatory to the stars. In the sitting area you can relax and enjoy the views or make yourself comfy and watch the television or a film. The lodges have free Wi-Fi, good mobile signal and are heated throughout..

Ty Camlad, Churchstoke

A beautiful, detached, 16th century barn conversion cottage set in the three acres of the owners’ grounds adjacent to their Bed and Breakfast, but in completely separate, private grounds, just two and a half miles from Churchstoke and three miles from Bishop’s Castle. Immaculately-presented throughout, this cottage near Churchstoke boasts vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, showcasing uninterrupted views of the Camlad Valley.

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