The Old Vicarage – Vicarage Cottage & The Coach HouseNorton, Presteigne, Radnorshire, Powys, LD8 2EN, Wales
Two romantic cottages in the heart of the Welsh marches
Vicarage Cottage and The Old Vicarage Coach House are two separate one-bedroom properties offering self-contained accommodation in The Old Vicarage’s grounds. The Coach House is approached through a cobbled courtyard, adjacent to the main B&B, while Vicarage Cottage is hidden away in the lower gardens, with a small private garden all of its own. Both are charming period buildings, furnished with country antiques, and of a character rarely found in rental properties. Both are delightful, luxury cottages, and in a perfect location to explore the sights of this beautiful region.
The Coach House has been lovingly converted to luxury accommodation. The large sitting/dining room with a balcony is on the first floor, giving far-reaching views across the Radnorshire Hills. The open plan kitchen is compact but well-equipped. On the ground floor there is a double bedroom with a charming with a brass half tester bed. The en-suite bathroom has a shower over the tub, giving guests the choice.
Vicarage Cottage is a wisteria-clad, half-timbered cottage, a paradise of exposed beams and period features. The living room, with rugs and quarry tiled floor, has an inglenook fireplace and a Victorian coal-fired range. The well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen has a dining table and views over the fields. An ancient oak staircase winds up to a second sitting room and a double bedroom & bathroom with exposed beams and a lovely brass half-tester bed.
- Building of Historical Interest
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Bird Watching
- Museums & Galleries
- Places of Historical Interest
- Opening Times: self catering open all year
- Tel: +44 (0) 1544 260 038
- Price Range: from £80
From £80 per night
Minimum three nights.
More details including availability from Homeaway.
The Old Vicarage is on the edge of the village of Norton, near Presteigne in Powys. Named by Country Life as one of the top ten places to live, Presteigne is a former assize and county town offering an award-winning museum and a renowned music festival every August. The house is just a short drive from the many attractions of Wales offering something for all guests including inspiring walks, Michelin-starred restaurants and wonderful drives through the Cambrian Mountains to Cardigan Bay. Be sure to pencil in time to visit Leominster, Ludlow, Hay-on-Wye, Offa's Dyke Path and Croft Castle.
- Bio : Paul Gerrard is your relaxed, friendly and welcoming host for your stay at The Old Vicarage in Presteigne and is a professional chef who delights in providing food sourced from the local Powys area. A fund of knowledge about all things Victorian, Paul is always keen to share his love and knowledge of Victorian architecture with his guests.