The Old Vicarage, Evancoyd
Situated on the Welsh / Herefordshire border near to Offa's Dyke footpath this old vicarage was designed by the famous architect W.D. Caroe, who was a major figure in the Arts and Crafts movement.
The Old Vicarage commands a glorious position sitting on a knoll just outside the village of Evenjobb, overlooking the Radnor Hills in the unspoilt countryside of the Radnor Valley.
The pretty old market towns of Presteigne, Kington and Knighton surround the hamlet just a short drive away, with Leominster, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford and Ludlow being lovely places to explore nearby.
A friendly welcome awaits you at 'The Old Vicarage', with a large guest sitting / breakfast room which has panoramic views over the area and a cosy wood burning stove.
Meals are prepared with locally sourced food whenever possible. Enjoy the fresh vegetables and fruits from the kitchen garden and the homemade preserves for breakfast.
The large comfy bedrooms have en-suite or private facilities with homemade biscuits and tea / coffee making facilities and fresh cut flowers.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.
Explore the walled garden and the woodland walk. Meet the friendly free roaming hens and the pet sheep and alpacas in the paddocks.
There are many walks, catering for all abilities, in the local area or you can travel a little further afield to explore the Elan Valley, Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Cyclists can enjoy the many routes and trails across Mid Wales and the Borders. Golfers are welcome at Bradnor Hill Course (Kington) the highest 18 hole course in England, with spectacular views of the area.
With a wealth of open gardens in the area and National Trust properties nearby there is something to match all tastes.
Whether you are looking for an active holiday or total relaxation, you will find it here. You can walk, cycle, sightsee or simply curl up next to the log fire with a book and unwind.
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This page was last updated: 20 August 2013