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  • Hotel The Lowfield Inn Welshpool

    Recently reconstructed in 2008, The Lowfield Inn is set in the Powys countryside and offers fare that is created primarily from locally sourced produce. There are four bedrooms in an en suite style at this country inn. Each is a double room with views of the surrounding area. The inn features a private lounge area with a balcony overlooking the English hills. Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access is also offered on-site. Room rates include a full cooked breakfast. The pub and inn describes their food as “modern British” in design. The pub and its food are available all day, and special continental breakfasts are offered for those that need an early start prior to 8:30 a.m. Local ales are on tap, and a variety of wines from other regions are also featured. The Lowfield Inn is only two miles from Offas Dyke, nine miles from Welshpool and 12 miles from Shrewsbury. more

  • Hotel The Red Lion Inn Welshpool

    The Red Lion village pub in Castle Caereinion has been in the hands of Joan and Richard for many years now. You couldn't wish for a warmer or more friendly local. It's a place for a quiet drink and chat and/or a game of darts or pool. The Red Lion serves evening meals and also does Sunday Lunches. Dishes are simple and straightforward with both meat and vegetarian options. We have 2 comfortable Double En-suite rooms available to guests. Situated close to Welshpool, an old market town of great character which can still boast real, individual, local shops as well as a few common high street stores and supermarkets. Notable local attractions in the area include: Ty Mawr - The Grade I listing of Ty-Mawr, Castle Caereinion, is a significant survival of a medieval hall house. Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway - Castle Caereinion has a station on this line and, in the summer months, the whistles from the steam locomotives are heard echoing along the valley. Powis Castle & Garden - A few miles from our village, is one of the gems of the National Trust. Built of local red sandstone, and standing on a prominent hillside, it commands views over the Severn Valley. more

  • Hotel The Talbot Welshpool

    Property Location When you stay at The Talbot Hotel in Welshpool, you\'ll be convenient to Glansevern Hall Gardens. This inn is within the vicinity of Dolforwyn Castle and Powis Castle.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms. Digital television is provided for your entertainment.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a garden.Dining Satisfy your appetite at the inn\'s restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. more

  • Hotel The Royal Oak Hotel Welshpool

    In an elegant Georgian building, The Royal Oak, a former coaching inn, provides accommodation and genuine Welsh hospitality in Welshpool, the market town known as the ‘gateway to Wales’. There are 25 rooms, in various categories, with genuine period features. All have en suite bathroom, desk, flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities. Room service is offered. This family-friendly, non-smoking hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Dry-cleaning services are available. Breakfast is included and is freshly cooked every morning. The hotel prides itself on serving traditional food made with locally sourced, seasonal produce, for its a la carte menu. The bar boasts a fine collection of lagers, ciders and ales, and an impressive wine list is available. Local attractions close to the The Royal Oak include Snowdonia National Park, Powis Castle and Garden and the Severn Valley, where there are many scenic walks. The nearest cities are Shrewsbury and Birmingham. more

    Hotel Former Farmhouse With High Ceiling, Authentic Wooden Beams And A Breakfast Bar Welshpool

    Conversion of a former farm building, providing contemporary single-storey accommodation, on the yard of the owner\'s working farm, just outside Berriew, a lovely village in the Severn valley, 6 miles from the market town of Welshpool. Excellent local walking and cycling, golf, castles and gardens, and the Welshpool - Llanfair Caereinion Steam Railway nearby. The thriving village of Berriew has some attractive black and white cottages, two pubs and shops, tennis courts, and Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture.\r\nLayout: Ground floor: (Kitchen(radio, CD player, electric kettle, cooker, hood, oven, microwave), Living/diningroom(TV, DVD player, CD player), bedroom(double bed), bedroom(single bed, single folding bed), bathroom(shower, washbasin, toilet)) washing machine, heating(Floor heating)\r\n\r\nThese costs are mandaroty and charged on site. They are not included in the rental price.: \r\nFinal Cleaning; Included\r\nPets; Not allowed\r\nBed linen; Included\r\n\r\nOptional services that you can arrange on site: \r\nBath towels; Included\r\nKitchen linen; Included\r\nWifi; Free more

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