Number 39 is a 19th Century period townhouse set on the outskirts of Oswestry. The house has a living room, dining room and kitchen downstairs with 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom with shower upstairs. The house enjoys views over Brongyntyn Park and has on street parking. The house is on the Shropshire/Welsh border in close proximity to Shrewsbury, Chester with Snowdonia not too far! Perfect for longer stays for work purposes or business trips. Gobowen Hopsital is only a few miles away.
“We had a lovely weekend stay here. It is a very stylish and spacious house, on a nice residential road only a few minutes' walk from the town centre. Lovely views of the Brogyntyn Estate at the front. A little bit of traffic noise in the front room but nothing to bad. There were no problems with check-in or parking. We couldn't fault the facilities, furnishings or comfort and would happily have stayed longer!”
Early 19th Century 3-storey townhouse with small walled garden, many original features, and off-road parking with cctv coverage. Just yards from the town centre with its many restaurants and coffee bars, but with easy access to magnificent countryside. Whatever your reason for visiting the area, we aim to help make your stay as comfortable and easy as possible. Plentiful ingredients provided for self-service breakfast. Automatic discounts for weekly or monthly bookings.
“I really enjoyed my stay here. Chris and Veronica were so wonderful and I felt at home right away. It was great to return home after work and be welcomed with friendly conversation and a homely atmosphere. I am due to return to Oswestry again and I will be booking with Chris again. Perfect hosts including the little doggo Milo”
Traditional Victorian property. Light and airy with sash windows and period features. House is within a short walking distance of Oswestry market town centre, and the beautiful Cae Glas Park. There are lots of lovely restaurants nearby should you wish to eat out. Easy access to countryside walks from Oswestry, plus many tourist attractions including NT properties Chirk Castle and Erdigg, as well as world heritage site Pontycysyllte viaduct nearby.
“Helen’s place is absolutely stunning. It’s cosy, warm, spacious and stylish. It’s all you could wish for, and more. It’s even better than the photos, and I would happily have stayed longer. It’s easy to tell from the feel of the house that it’s well-loved, and I can certainly see why - I totally fell in love with it myself. The location is excellent for exploring and Wales is just a 15 minute drive away. Helen has plenty of info on places to visit to get the most from your trip, although it’s tempting to simply stay inside and enjoy the atmosphere of this beautiful house! We popped into Wales to see the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and I’m very glad we did, the views are incredible! Hope to stay here again and spend more time exploring this beautiful area.”