View towards the property
Lounge with warming woodburner
Lounge with panoramic countryside views
Panoramic views across the surrounding countryside
Kitchen/dining area
Lounge/kitchen/diner
Double bedroom
Bathroom
Double bedroom
Wonderful countryside views from the property
Surrounding countryside views
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4 / 11  Panoramic views across the surrounding countryside
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Tan Y Graig Annexe,

Oswestry (6mls SW), Shropshire
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 1
4
star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Romantic
Quirky
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Stunning country property within grounds of the owner’s small holding
  • Welcoming wood burning stoves and exposed beams
  • Outstanding countryside views
  • Great access to the 177 miles of National Trail Offa’s Dyke
  • Visit nearby Oswestry with its unique shops, restaurants and farmers market
  • See the hilltop Iron Age fort
Property code: 37298

Stunning countryside retreat on a smallholding, boasting breath-taking views over Shropshire. With ample walks on the doorstep, it’s perfect for a romantic rural getaway.

Secluded within the grounds of the owner’s small holding and beautifully restored, this property offers a delightful break at any time of year. It has welcoming wood burning stoves and exposed beams throughout, enhancing the countryside aesthetic and tying in wonderfully with the incredible scenery. It lies within the pretty hamlet of Pen-y-Bont, which is made up of a few scattered houses and a traditional village pub. It’s real selling point though is its access to great walking and cycling trails, including the 177 miles of National Trail, Offa’s Dyke. Nearby is the ancient market town of Oswestry, which is brimming with unique shops, restaurants, and a farmers market, as well as its well-preserved hilltop Iron Age fort.

Step into the light, airy property and hang your coats in the hallway. Walk through the spacious double bedroom and into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, which has floor to ceiling windows to make the most of the panoramic countryside views. Unwind on the sofa in front of the wood burner for a cosy evening in, perhaps watching the TV or putting on a DVD. There’s also a huge selection of books to keep you entertained during your stay. Dine at the large country-style dining table, which is in the well-equipped kitchen area. Here you’ll also find an electric oven and gas hob, microwave and fridge; a shared freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer are also on site. Enjoy a good night’s sleep in the spacious double bedroom, which can be made into a twin on request. This too enjoys breath-taking countryside views and has a feature wood burner. There’s also a bathroom with bath with handheld shower and WC.

Outside you’ll find a patio area with table and chairs - the perfect spot to enjoy an al fresco dinner, or perhaps sit with a drink and take in the fresh country air. Parking is available for 1 car.
 

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 1 double bedroom (can be made into a twin on request)
  • 1 bathroom
  • Woodburner in lounge
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave and fridge
  • Washing machine, tumble dryer, and freezer on site
  • Travel cot and highchair available
  • Bed linen, electric and central heating included
  • Wi-Fi available
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Parking for 1 car
  • Shop and pub 3 miles
  • Arrival 3pm
  • Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

This property joined our collection in 2015 and is managed by Laura.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 19 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.8
Overall equipment
4.5
Overall comfort
4.8
Overall location
4.9

Reviewed by Liz, 26th October 2019

We had a wonderful stay at Tan y Graig annex: everything was provided that we needed; the place was very clean, warm and comfortable and the views are stunning, even at night for star gazing.Its an incredibly peaceful place so great for helping you to switch off. The narrow country lanes werent a problem for us (although I can see why some drivers Read moremight not like them!) and theres lots of choice for food shopping at Oswestry which is just 20 mins drive away. We hope to go back very soon! Hide

Reviewed by Joanne, 13th October 2019

Absolutely fabulous stay and would go again! Lovely comfy bed, great views and quiet location - just what we needed. Please take care to take along some basics with you as there is no popping out to the shop! Also take care to plan your journey as the postcode does not get you there.

Reviewed by Mark, 30th September 2019

There is everything you need for a holiday. The owners are swift to respond and sorted a small glitch with towels very swiftly. There are fantastic views to see and the building is warm and cosy for the days when weather is not so good.

Reviewed by Melanie, 20th September 2019

A wonderful retreat. Amazing views and very homely feel to the annexe. Dex the dog found the views mesmerising. After a stressful year, we had a restful and relaxing time despite the weather. Would definitely revisit sometime in the future. Thank you to the owners for making our stay enjoyable.

Reviewed by stephen, 6th September 2019

very nice cottage quiet and peaceful, beautiful views , however be aware access to it very difficult with such narrow roads, but in such a rural location you have to accept it is how it is.

Reviewed by Katharine, 23rd August 2019

A lovely cottage with a stunning view. It was very dog-friendly and it was relatively easy to get to places in Shropshire. The owners were helpful and accomodating. The large window offers a fabulous view, it can get very hot in the main room. Overall, I would definitely recommend Tann Y Graig!

Reviewed by Melanie, 12th August 2019

The photos of the accommodation and view look great on the website but don't do it justice - it's even more beautiful in reality. The roads are a bit scary for the last few miles, but well worth it.

Reviewed by Niki, 26th July 2019

A really beautiful cottage in a stunning location. So quiet and peaceful but then close enough to civilisation to be able to drive places in 15 mins and the views are simply amazing. Sitting on the patio with a glass of wine listening to the birds and animals and not hearing traffic (or anything else!!) was just what was needed. Came back in the daRead morerk one evening and an owl landed on a low tree hanging over the drive and watched us drive down. Thank you for a great break, we will be back. Hide

Reviewed by Annette, 29th June 2019

This is a beautiful property which is well finished and furnished. But its biggest selling point is the view, it is simply spectacular. Perfect for a peaceful break where all you can hear are sheep and birds. The only point to note is the property is remote, which is part of its wonderful charm, but its worth knowing its 15 minutes drive across sinRead moregle track, tiny country lanes. I found them stressful but they didnt stop us returning a second year because the view is AMAZING. Hide

Reviewed by Carole, 14th June 2019

Accommodation fine in itself. Fantastic views. Some basic welcome items would be good as so far from shop. Need to be aware that the public road to and from cottage is a very narrow single track one and full of blind corners etc., not a place to stay if you want to be popping back and forward to accommodation during the day. Take everything you migRead moreht need with you. Nice place but would not personally return due to surrounding access roads. Hide

Reviewed by Jessica, 31st May 2019

We had a lovely week here, enjoying the incredible views and the remote location. The annexe is nicely furnished, spacious for 2 people and very cosy which meant we were comfortable even when it rained too much to be out and about. We arrived late in the evening and were glad that we'd brought dinner and tea/coffee/breakfast - there are no local shRead moreops and basic provisions aren't supplied. But there are plenty of shops etc a 15-20 min drive away...if you can tear yourself away from the view :-) Hide

Reviewed by Mark, 13th May 2019

Lovely location off the beaten track. We loved that it was isolated but within reach of Oswestry and several other attractions. The building is really well appointed, comfortable and quiet. Communication with the owners was swift and the building had a comprehensive information pack.

Reviewed by Rebecca, 3rd May 2019

This is a super cottage, very warm and cosy with fantastic views and remote location. A few tweaks needed to make it perfect but we would definitely use again if holidaying in the area.

Reviewed by Martin, 22nd March 2019

Property in great location, what better than hearing just the sound of sheep and lambs. Lovely and cosy with log-burner. We will be returning.

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Location

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