This fabulous, 16th century barn conversion cottage near Churchstoke can sleep two people in one super king-size double bedroom.
Ty Camlad is a stunning, detached, 16th century barn conversion set in the owners grounds, two and a half miles from Churchstoke and three miles from Bishop's Castle. This cottage offers one super king-size double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, and a ground floor shower room. There is a bright and airy, open plan living area featuring floor to ceiling windows with a kitchen, a dining area, and a sitting area boasting a woodburning stove, and floor to ceiling feature windows. Outside, there is a lawned garden and a patio with furniture, and off road parking for two cars. Ty Camlad is wonderful, romantic retreat for couples exploring along the border of Wales and England, all year round.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Relaxing time at Ty Camlad I originally booked to stay at Ty Camlad in March 2018 but due to unforeseen circumstances I had to postpone my stay and I luckily rebooked to stay in August 2018. It was definitely worth the wait! At first I was disappointed to hear that the piano was no longer in the barn as I am a keen player but that disappointment soon went out the window when I arrived as this barn conversion is stunning. Alan and Sandra have done an amazing job at bringing the barn back to life. I especially enjoyed sitting by the big window of a morning with a cuppa. This is the perfect place to come and relax an it was just what I need. I would definitely recommend this to anyone. solodan2017 2018-09-02
Beautiful Barn The barn far exceeded our expectations. It was very spacious and well equipped. The underfloor heating, Woodburning stove and electric AGA ensured the barn was always comfortably warm, in spite of sub zero temperatures and six inches of snow outside. Alan and Sandra are delightful hosts. The location is ideal for exploring the nearby Shropshire Hills. Stuart T 2018-03-23
Beautiful Cottage Stayed here in February with my partner. The location is great as near a main road with good connections to North Wales and Shropshire. The barn itself is stunning, I loved how the owners have kept the character of the barn. It has a range oven which I had not used before, still prefer my electric oven not a convert. It wasn't the warmest of places, but then there is a huge room to heat. It does have a log burner which always makes it feel more cosy. The kitchen had all the things you would need There is a bath and shower, the bath is lovely however it takes a while for the water to heat up for the bath not the shower though (not sure why this is the case) the shower is hot and powerful. The owners were very lovely and gave tips and advice about walks and places to eat and happy to help with anything. We did get stuck in the snow and were towed by the owners tractor to the top of the road. Probably should have stayed another night as we got stuck in Hereford! All in all a great place to stay we will definitely return and hopeful with a dog next time Alan and Susan thankyou! Hannah995 2018-03-18
Wonderful . Great place to unwind . An amazing barn conversion . On our arrival Sandra showed us around and explained about the Aga stove etc . The barn was lovely and warm all the time we were here . Beautiful views across the Camlad valley . The light changes all the time .
Alan can often be found with the two Corgis checking on the geese and sheep . Lovely place to relax in . We will definitely be back . John E 2017-11-26
Beautiful house, the owners should be proud I attended this barn and had to leave a review as it was perfect. Clean, perfect location and a nice open plan kitchen / living space . cooking on the aga was great and Sandra and alan real should shout about it more as any wannabe aga owner ( myself) has a whole week to cook a range of meal on one. Sandra and alan where really friendly and have worked hard to make this place so nice , as they explain in a book about the barn conversion. . I love to know a bit about the history about the place im staying at.the local area has so much to see and Montgomery which is far away is a nice pretty town which has a great market .In Newtown town (the main town) there are something for anyone I attended the theatre which I really enjoyed. David J 2017-06-24
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television WiFi
Double Beds 1
Details Oil underfloor heating with woodburning stove Electric four-oven AGA with double hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel, power and starter pack for stove included in rent, additional fuel available to purchase from owner Bed linen and towels included in rent Cot and highchair Off road parking for 2 cars Lockable bike storage Lawned garden and patio with furniture and BBQ Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub 2 5 miles
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