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Llanfyllin is a tiny former market town in the heart of some stunning Powys countryside, the Berwyn Mountains almost in touching distance and the River Cain flowing through the settlement. As so often in this area some rather grand mansions can be spotted as you drive through the splendid scenery, a reminder of the attraction such quiet places have had for leisure and seclusion over the centuries – and you don’t always need to be wealthy these days to enjoy them! The town has a cosy little central square, a pretty High Street, and the early 18th century parish church of St Myllin, the whole adding up to a pleasingly homely place to begin your married life.

Bryn gwyn Hall

Bryn gwyn Hall

Bryngwyn Hall is an historic, romantic, private, family house, set in nine acres of landscaped gardens which, in spring time, has a stunning show of thousands of daffodils, flowering shrubs and trees. In summer the secluded rose garden is full of intoxicating scents and the herbaceous borders are a blaze.. read more

Oswestry(2.2 miles)

Bryngwyn Hall

Bryngwyn Hall

Bryngwyn Hall is an historic, romantic, private, family house, set in nine acres of landscaped gardens which, in spring time, has a stunning show of thousands of daffodils, flowering shrubs and trees. In summer the secluded rose garden is full of intoxicating scents and the herbaceous borders are a blaze.. read more

Llangollen(2.2 miles)

Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel

Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel

A hotel in the Shropshire and Wales border hills, Pen-y-Dyffryn is a supremely peaceful country house. This is the perfect retreat to escape the madding crowd and to enjoy this delightful corner of the English countryside.. read more

Oswestry(9.2 miles)

The Walls

The Walls

The Dining Rooms is a wonderful setting for a wedding. Built in 1841 as part of the National School Scheme, it still has its original wooden floors, beamed high ceilings and stone mullion windows. The character and scale of the building creates a large ‘country house’ crossed with ‘baronial hall’.. read more

Oswestry(11.0 miles)

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