Accomodation

History
Gwyndu Cottage was built circa 1700 and is one of the oldest cottages in Meifod, and although renovated to modern standards has retained its cottage charm with cosy rooms, low ceilings, exposed beams and a log burner.

Guest access
The whole house and the rear cottage garden which is south facing with an outdoor dining area, and a covered outdoor area ideal for drying wet clothes and fishing equipment or securely storing 4 bicycles.  Behind the garden is a small paddock in which my Hebridean Sheep live, if you would like to use the paddock during your stay please let me know and I will remove the sheep!

Well behaved dogs are welcome to stay with you.

Other things to note
There is ample on street parking and the nearest train station is in Welshpool (which is about 15 minutes away).

There are so many beautiful walks and scenic cycle routes in the area – there is also excellent fly fishing on the River Vyrnwy and Banwy in season and some people use the River Vyrnwy for wild swimming during the summer.

Meifod also has community tennis courts and day, week or annual ticket can be obtained at a low cost from the post office/village shop. Along with the post office/village shop, Meifod also has a pub which serves food, church, chapel and the COBRA rugby club. Tesco, Sainsburys and Asda all deliver to Meifod.