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Dogs go free when you book with holidaycottages.co.uk
Ideal for outdoor gatherings or special occasions
Enjoy al fresco dining in the courtyard
Ample parking behind the property
Nearby Lake Vyrnwy
Visit Llanrhaeadr Waterfall during your stay
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Llanfyllin The Manor House

Welshpool (9.1mls NW), North Wales
Sleeps 22
Bedrooms 9
Bathrooms 4
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Four Poster
Quirky
Towels included
Cot available
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Beautifully presented period townhouse with shops, pubs and restaurants on the doorstep
  • Full of character with beams, rambling corridors and panelling  
  • Outside courtyard with BBQ and garden furniture
  • Numerous reception rooms to accommodate multi-generational parties
  • Fishing, cycling, water sports, walks and trails nearby
  • The Powysland Museum, the Textile Museum and National Trust Chirk and Powys castles are all nearby
Property code: 40870

This spectacular townhouse is spacious, grand and ideally positioned for exploring the local town and beyond.
 

Set in the heart of the small market town of Llanfyllin, this property is a short walk from the local shops, pubs and restaurant. The local area is ideal for energetic types, with fishing, cycling, water sports, walks and trails all within easy reach. For something a little more leisurely, the popular attractions of the Powysland Museum, the Textile Museum and the National Trust’s Chirk and Powis castles are only a short drive away. Further afield, southern Snowdonia is 20 miles away and a trip to the coast is just 32 miles away.

Inside, this property has been thoughtfully fitted and furnished for modern day life, while retaining plenty of original charm through exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace, wooden floorboards and wall panelling. With two kitchens, a utility room and wine cellar, there is ample space and equipment to store and prepare delicious group meals. A large dining room with long banquet table sets the scene for memorable celebrations. The lounge and drawing rooms each offer comfortable seating, ornate furnishings, feature fireplaces and woodburners, while the snug features a TV and DVD for cosy movie nights and the reading room offers a peaceful space to get away from it all. Also on the ground floor is a double bedroom and shower room. On the first floor are two beautifully decorated super-king-size bedrooms (one accessed via a separate staircase from the second kitchen), one shower room. There are also two king-size bedrooms (one with four poster bed), one with en-suite bathroom featuring a fantastic free-standing bath and separate shower, together with an additional single bed and cot.  On the second floor is one king-size with cot, one double, one double bed with additional single bed, and one super-king size with two additional single beds. two There is also a family bathroom with a further opulent free-standing bath and separate shower. From the second floor, a winding wooden staircase leads up to a fantastic games room located in the eaves of the house. Here you will find an air hockey, mini-pool and football table together with toys, board games, a TV and Wii.

Outside, there is a large gravelled area with ample furniture and a BBQ for hosting sunny al fresco lunches.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 9 bedrooms - 2 doubles, 3 king-size (Four poster king-size with additional single bed and cot), 1 double (with additional single bed) and 3 super-king size (1 with 2 additional single beds)
  • 4 bathrooms - 1 family bathroom on second floor, 1 en-suite bathroom on first floor, 1 shower room on first floor, 1 shower room and WC on ground floor
  • Main kitchen contains an electric range oven and gas hob, microwave, coffee machines (Tassimo and Nescafe Dolce Gusto) and dishwasher
  • Kitchen 2 contains an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge
  • Fridge and freezer in utility room
  • Wine cellar with storage
  • TV, DVD, BT sports package and Wii
  • Toys, games, table hockey, table football and mini-pool table
  • 2 wood burners with logs included
  • Outside gravel area with garden furniture and BBQ
  • Ample parking
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • 4 highchairs, 3 travel cots and 2 cots available
  • Covered bike store available
  • Shop and pub within walking distance
  • Private chef available for hire - enquire for more information

The house is just a short walk from the local pub and shops, so it's easy for guests to come and go as they please. Welshpool (9 miles) has a medieval castle and expansive gardens you can visit, as well as an archaeology museum. Group activities on offer nearby include water sports, fishing and cycling. If you're a group of 20 or so, organise two or three separate activities so people can take their pick – those keen to explore the area's natural beauty can go walking or rock climbing in Snowdonia National Park, perhaps scaling the summit of Cader Idris up the famous Minffordd Path. Others may wish to visit the market town of Machynlleth, where the Centre for Alternative Technology is a great bet for knowledge-hungry teenagers. The beach at Barmouth is another good option for a day out; the drive west takes you on a scenic tour through the national park.

This property is personally managed by Laura.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 26 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Sara 24th January 2020

An amazing huge house with so many interesting nooks & crannies. A great place for a get together. Loads of kitchen equipment. Huge dining table. Great location with handy spar and local pubs. Walks from doorstep as well as plenty of great sights nearby. Comfy beds. Great play area upstairs for kids. Multiple lounges and chill out spaces. Musical iRead morenstruments. This place has it all and a lovely enthusiastic owner too :) Park up to eight cars, less if you want any outdoor space though. Hide

Reviewed by Suzanne 10th January 2020

Stayed for my sisters 60th birthday and had a brilliant time. The children loved the play rooms in the attic, hardly saw them. The house is amazing,well equipped and would highly recommend for a large group.The owners are really friendly and helpful.

Reviewed by Rebecca 29th November 2019

We all absolutely loved our time at The Manor. The attention to detail was second to none & very gratefully received by everyone. It was so special to spend an early Christmas weekend with our families & loved that we were all able to sit around around a table together for our Christmas Dinner. We loved the dressing up clothes for the kids - so thoRead moreughtful. Location lovely for winter walks & exploring Hide

Reviewed by CLAIR 8th November 2019

A fabulous cosy holiday cottage for five families to come together for a 50th birthday. The kids aged 3-14 occupied the top floor section and did not want to leave. We had snow and plenty of fire wood to keep us warm. 16 of us had an amazing Sunday lunch at the Cain hotel. We will be back, the house is in a superb location and we hope to explore neRead morext time. Thanks to the lovely Rosanna for having us. Hide

Reviewed by Jenny 1st November 2019

Our family stayed here for my fathers 60th birthday and I can honestly say the owner goes above and beyond to make sure you have everything you need for your stay. It was spotlessly clean, the kitchen was very well equipped, and theres plenty of fresh clean towels. We would 100% book to stay here again as we all absolutely loved it.

Reviewed by Frances 14th October 2019

Its clear that house has been set up with the guests comfort in mind. We (thirteen adults) have already been twice and plan to go again.

Reviewed by Dianne 23rd September 2019

The house is in a brilliant position in the village centre. Its quiet, but shops, pubs & restaurants are all close by. Lots of walks close by. Parking at the rear for at least 6 cars. The house is very quirky with lots of different & interesting rooms.

Reviewed by Susan 19th July 2019

Beautiful house in the centre of a lovely town. House had plenty of space and amenities for a group of 14 varying in age from 6-80. Lots of walks from the house with lovely views across the valley. All the locals so friendly and welcoming. Day out to Powis Castle and Lake Vyrnwy highly recommended. Super holiday had by all, thank you!

Reviewed by neil 28th June 2019

This was the best holiday we have had with friends for our 40 wedding anninversary The property was idea for a group of people the loaction was great and the local people and communty were very friendly The Property owner ws so helpfully and very friendly could fault this holiday

Reviewed by Anne-marie 14th June 2019

Lovely house, very clean and well looked after. Ideal for a big family gathering including members of all ages. Landlady was very friendly and helpful

Reviewed by Sylvia 24th May 2019

This is a fabulous house full of character, huge and rambling but with a lovely homely feel. Immaculately clean, plenty of bathrooms and sitting rooms, huge dining table! It was perfect for our family holiday - 18 adults and 3 children- our extended family spanning 4 generations which we cautiously dubbed as a 'social experiment'. We neednt have woRead morerried- it went so well, plenty of space for us to join in socially or go off on our own. Thank you Rosanna! Hide

Reviewed by Sue 10th May 2019

Fabulous house, very well equipped and location good for seeing local sites. We were a party of 15 women so plenty of bedroom space. There is no garden but space outside for chairs and tables. We were celebrating a friends 60th and it couldnt have gone better.

Reviewed by Kirsty 5th April 2019

We had such a wonderful time staying at the Manor House. 18 of us all family stayed for 1 week to celebrate a 30th birthday. I cannot fault anything. The house was beautiful and provided everything we needed. The added bonus of having lots of recommendations on things to do during our stay meant we never got bored and the towns history tour walk waRead mores very fun. We definitely would not hesitate to book again. Thankyou for making my husbands 30th birthday so special. Hide

Reviewed by Jane 1st April 2019

Welcoming. Gorgeous house. Every kitchen utility you could wish for. Beds very comfortable. House beautifully clean. Thankyou

Reviewed by Margaret 29th March 2019

This is a fabulously characterful house with nooks and crannies, uneven floors and staircases all over the place and in a lovely village. The bedrooms are particularly lovely. The two main bathrooms are huge and two shower rooms adequate but obviously need to be shared, hot water is plentiful and towels soft and huge Outside space is disappointing,Read more there is only the gravelled area that gives tight parking for 8 cars. Playrooms are fabulous. Hide

Reviewed by Peter 15th March 2019

Rosie is a fantastic host very welcoming the Manir House is very well equipped and a lovely place I rented for my Wifes 60th we all had a great time and the local chip shop is great if large group its advisable to preorder,I also recommend Seeds Restaurant for excellent food Mark and his wife are brilliant

Reviewed by Helen 8th March 2019

Wonderful historic house with every home comfort and incredibly well stocked with every implement we could possibly need. The Welcome basket and lovely owner was an added bonus. A fantastic place to stay.

Reviewed by Joanna 1st March 2019

Myself and 13 fridnds had a lovely time staying in the manor house. It was extremely comfortable and spotlessly clean. It was situated 1 minutes walk away from the High st with cafes, restaurants, shops, pubs etc all very handy. The bed were lovely and comfortable and the 4 bathrooms were plenty. Lots of lovely, clean linen to use and an extremely Read morewell stocked kitchen! Hide

Reviewed by Nicholas 22nd February 2019

We were delighted with our choice. There was plenty of room for all twenty of us. The house was so well equipped and had lots of charm and character. The owner gave us a warm welcome and was very informative, even returning with a bottle of fizz when she found out it was our son's eighteenth birthday. Diolch yn fawr iawn am benwythnos gwych!

Reviewed by Julie 15th February 2019

Fantastic house, everything we could need for our three nights stay. The biggest bathrooms anyone had ever seen. Very comfortable and homely, we had a fabulous stay, thank you

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