My house is my home. The guest bedroom has two oak-framed single beds with a sumptuous en-suite bathroom for private use. There is a wet room downstairs and an Aga to sit by in the kitchen. The night skies are dark, the bedding is super comfortable and the surroundings are peaceful and relaxing.
A light breakfast is included and if you would like dinner then just let me know on the day.
I live in a picturesque rural area of Mid Wales with easy access to the A44 road.
As this is my home I hope that you will find it as welcoming and cosy as I do.
The farmhouse is exposed stone and oak framed. The doors and cupboards are all hand made. Many of the fixtures and fittings are traditional and complimented with some modern decor.
In the colder months the Aga is on 24/7 and there is a wood-burner in the living room, which is lit most evenings.
In the warmer months the Aga is off but there is central heating for cooler evenings.
Guests are encouraged to make themselves comfortable in the cosy living room and relax in the large garden or on the patio.
The property has access to a lane leading to a trail that provides a lovely walk to Llandegley rocks, which is the hill in front of my home.
Zugang für Gäste
Private en suite bathroom with roll top bath (no shower)
Downstairs bathroom (includes wet room)
Kitchen (but respectfully request no cooking)
Interaktion mit Gästen
I'm here all the time.
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Please can I kindly ask you not to wear outdoors shoes anywhere in the house. I have a tiled hall at the back entrance and plenty of mats as you walk in the front entrance. Thank you
If you have any special requirements or allergies, please do let me know. I am more than happy to do what I can to accommodate you and make you feel comfortable and welcome.
Please can I also kindly request that no food and hot drinks are taken upstairs.
I am a somewhat old fashioned young lady ;) I enjoy cosy comfy living, nature and the great outdoors, gardening, sitting by the fire and knitting. Also partial to a bottle of mother's ruin or Shiraz.
I can't live without the internet I am ashamed to say. I love reading, mostly pre-20th Century. I am a rather out of practice polyglot but practice my badly spoken French and Italian on anyone willing to bear with me. My German is pretty good though, having the opportunity to speak it quite regularly with friends.
I enjoy talking about a wide range of topics but equally happy to sit in silence and just take in the mood.
I try to be an excellent host, welcoming, and always anticipating what one might need to make them comfortable.
I have no life motto that I live by religiously, but if forced to choose it would be live every day like it is your last, or as is practically possible :)