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The Granary
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Sleeps: 3
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £300
High Season: £500

This former converted Granary is set ideally just off the A483 between Welshpool and Oswestry, It is an ideal location for historic market towns such as Oswestry and Shrewsbury, major cities such as Wrexham and Chester, The North Wales coast is also within easy reach, Bala Lake and Lake Vyrnwy. An ideal spot for leisure breaks such as walking and cycling, Kayaking and fishing. The 1 bedroom...

Sleeps: 3

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £300

High Season: £500

 

Llanymynech Tourist Information
Llanymynech is a village which finds itself straddling the border between Wales and England, it's located just over nine miles North of Welshpool and nineteen miles South of Llangollen.

There are a few businesses in the village and a number of pubs/hotels to get a pint and something to eat.

Overshadowing the village is Llanymynech Hill which was once profusely quarried and mined for its natural resources of mainly copper, lead, zinc and limestone. Today, this impressive landmark has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and has extensive grassland, scrub and woodland as well as sheer cliff faces that are sometimes used by climbers. On top of Llanymynech Hill is Llanymynech Golf Club, a truly unique 18-hole course where golfers will find themselves playing the same round of golf in Wales, in England, then back in Wales.

Llanymynech and its surrounding Welsh / English countryside offer many pleasurable walks. The Montgomery Canal passes through the village and offers the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely 2-3 hour amble along its towpath, or for more of a long distance walk, the 'Offa's Dyke Path National Trail' also passes through the village.

A stretch of the meandering River Vyrnwy which passes Llanymynech is a known location for those intrepid souls who enjoy wild swimming.

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