Cefn Pawl is a spacious converted holiday cottage situated high up on the hillside in its own natural setting. Surrounded by trees it commands panoramic views over protective crown commission land grazed by sheep and horses.
In the stunning Welsh Borders - formally known as Radnorshire - you will find beauty and tranquillity mixed with surprises. Cefn Pawl is a secluded oasis in the middle of wide open spaces with generous accommodation. Here is the perfect place for total relaxation, an ideal base from which to enjoy hill walking or cycling across rough pastoral landscape and to explore the sights of historic Wales.
Cefn Pawl is a warm, cosy and comfortable cottage suited for family farm holidays, celebrations, small group workshops or retreats. The cottage is big enough to accommodate 2 families. It is ideally located for walkers and anybody who loves the beauty of nature in all seasons.
All of the fine recommendations hardly do this cottage justice. Thank you so much for an excellent time!
There seem to be so few places left to stay which are silent (apart from nature's sounds), this is one of them.
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The cottage was perfect. So warm an welcoming. Plenty of space for all the guests. This is simply the perfect get away home.
The garden is stunning. All the flowers were in bloom such a well kept garden. The kids enjoyed playing safely and exploring all around. The wild horses came to visit several times and the sheep serenaded us daily. The hillside views are mind blowing. This is Wales in a nutshell!! We couldn't have asked for more.
The decoration inside is quirky yet very homely. There is so much atmosphere at this property.
The local pub is a fabulous restaurant we ate there several times. (Radnorshire arms) very reasonably priced and quality food.
I loved the open fire and comfy sofa. I could move in and never return to civilisation, this was certainly the blissful break I was looking for.
This children absolutely loved it. They loved the hillside walks and inspiration all around for drawing and collecting, they were in heaven. A fire in the garden fire pit was a highlight.
Campfire without camping, BLISS!!
This cottage experience did not disappoint! Simply perfect.
Stayed with family over Christmas lovely cottage with wood burner and well equipped kitchen. Lovely views and walks at the end of the driveway were to die for. Very comfortable beds. Thanks for the Xmas pud,milk and eggs much appreciated .... The local Radnorshire arms was a lovely cosy pub and the land lady was very friendly and welcoming cannot wait to return we all had such a fantastic relaxed, away from it all Christmas. We.could not have found a more perfect place ...
We had a lovely time in this romantic holiday house in Mid-Wales. Due to enormous traffic jam we arrived at midnight, but what a surprise to see the beds already made up. Towels etc. were also provided, great! The house is situated in a quiet but stunning environment. If you like walking and splendid nature, you're in for a real treat. The local pub is cozy and serves surprisingly good meals for a very reasonable price. So all in all it couldn't be better. We enjoyed every single minute and will definately be back.
The cottage is in an amazing location amazing scenery every way you look.There are all the essentials needed for a break away.On arrival everywhere was beautiful and clean and towels on all the beds.The owner phoned to make sure everything was ok and if we needed anything at all which was a lovely touch. It is a bit hilly you can walk down to the village but would not recommend the walk back in the dark.The village has a post office and a pub you need to check times of openings.If you would like a break in the countryside in a remote position this is the place with a fantastic garden.Lots of walks to go on and plenty of fresh air to take in.
Cefn Pawl is situated high on the up on the Radnorshire hillside in its own secluded setting commanding panoramic views over protected crown commission land practically on Glendwr's Way. Near by is the historic market town of Knighton with Offa's dyke, the Spaceguard Centre, the famous Harry Tuffin's supermarket and all other amenities. Presteigne where the annual Sheep music festival is held, is only down the road. Also Clun, Bishop's castle and Ludlow are within easy reach. Further afield are the red kites in the Elan Valley, the beautiful resort of Aberdovey and the very popular Borth on the coast, all within throwing distance of the Alternative Technology Centre at Machynlless. Llanidloes and the forest Hafren close to the spring of the river Severn is well worth a visit as is the quaint regional capital Llandrindod Wells, famous for its Victorian festival. Then there are numerous castles especially Powys castle, the Iron age fort near Knighton and of course Ironbidge.