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Converted mill on a river bank.
Converted mill on a river bank.
  • Converted mill on a river bank.
  • Living room or old Mill room. It has a mezzanine where there are two extra beds if needed. The French windows lead to a terrace which has access to the river and gardens.
  • Dining room also overlooking the river and cosy in the evening.
  • Twin bedroom with desk and wardrobe for guests use. The view from the window overlooks the river, fields and hills.
  • The Mill room with TV if required
  • The beams probably date back to the 1620's. The stone will have been quarried on site - from part of the garden which is now a secluded dell.
  • The woodburner can cosy up the room in no time. Firewood comes from the grounds and is sustainable.
  • The River Edw is just outside.
  • The dining room with round table that easily accommodates 6.
  • Our ' library 'with information about what is on offer in the locality.
  • Looking towards the dining room with the front door on the left.
  • Oak staircase to the two bedrooms and bathroom.
  • The bathroom looking out on the bank behind.
  • The bathroom which includes a  power shower.
  • The cosy double bedroom. You can watch the river from the bed.
  • The meadow
  • The gate to the wood
  • The terrace
  • The track between the meadow and the Mill.
  • A place to sit by the river.
  • The pond.
  • With the one to follow the big 5 at Bettws Mill! Clockwise from top left - pied flycatcher, dipper, grey wagtail and redstart. And following, of course, the red kite.
  • The emblem of mid-Wales - the Red Kite
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Converted mill on a river bank.