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A former cider making farmhouse , sleeping 10 plus 2 babies
Rated 4-stars by Visit Wales
Close to the heart of this ancient border town with charming shops and quality eating places plus countryside all around.
The cottage has a wealth of character with inglenook fireplace, wood floors, beams,...
A detached Victorian town house, Sleeps 12 - 18 in 5 bedrooms plus double sofa beds in lounge, snug and games room. Children's truckle beds in King size bedrooms are on request as are the travel cots and other baby equipment.
This is a wonderful house in the centre of Presteigne, close to Radnor...
This beautifully renovated farm cottage is set within a rural location just outside the town of Presteigne. Quarry House is surrounded by woodland and is situated below Burfas Camp. The house is set within 3 acres of gardens with far reaching views across the Herefordshire countryside. Offa's Dyke...
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With an inglenook fireplace, flagstone floors and furnished with period furniture,...
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Presteigne boasts shops,pubs and varied events such as the arts and a music festival and vintage car rally. You have all you need on your doorstep,though if you want to explore the area visit the Judge’s Lodgings,National Trust’s Croft Castle and Berrington Hall,medieval castles such as Ludlow and...
Presteigne boasts local produce,shops,pubs,eateries and varied events such as the arts and music festival and vintage car rally. You have all you need on your doorstep,though if you want to explore the area visit the Judge’s Lodgings,National Trust’s Croft Castle and Berrington Hall,medieval...
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Oak view is a detached self-catering cottage situated in the heart of the small historic market town of Presteigne. The cottage sleeps 4 comfortably and a further bed for a child can be set up in the master bedroom.
The cottage lies within a 1 minute walk from the town which boasts plenty of...
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