The Old VicarageBrochure Page. 121
The spectacular Welsh Marches and Powys countryside are the perfect backdrop for The Old Vicarage, a Gothic style house on the edge of the village of Norton, near Presteigne in Powys. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the 1860s on the bailey of a Norman castle and now a perfect luxury bed and breakfast retreat. Every room inside The Old Vicarage is testament to your host Paul's attention to detail, from the period fixtures such as the restored servants' bells, exquisite gas, oil and electric light fittings, richly coloured wallpaper and fabrics, to the lovingly collected Victorian furniture.
The B&B guest bedrooms are each uniquely furnished with antiques offering a complete haven for comfort and relaxation. Both the Green Price room and the Gilbert Scott room have king size double beds whilst the Burlison room has a super king size four poster bed. Outside, the landscaped gardens were designed by Chelsea award winner Paul Cooper and B&B guests can enjoy exploring the paths, walkways, follies, pond and waterfall that are to be found in this delightful and tranquil garden with the stunning countryside of Wales all around.
Your B&B Hosts
Paul Gerrard is your relaxed, friendly and welcoming host for your stay at The Old Vicarage in Presteigne and is a professional chef who delights in providing food sourced from the local Powys area. A fund of knowledge about all things Victorian, Paul is always keen to share his love and knowledge of Victorian architecture with his bed and breakfast guests.
The Old Vicarage is on the edge of the village of Norton, near Presteigne in Powys. Named by Country Life as one of the top ten places to live, Presteigne is a former assize and county town offering an award winning museum and a renowned music festival every August. The house is just a short drive from the many attractions of Wales offering something for all guests including inspiring walks, Michelin starred restaurants and wonderful drives through the Cambrian Mountains to Cardigan Bay.
Attractions Near The Old Vicarage
Leominster, Ludlow, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Offa's Dyke Path, Croft Castle, Berrington Hall, Hergest Croft, Bryans Ground, Stockton Bury.