Delightfully located with beautiful views towards Snowdonia is The Brow an imposing Grade II Listed property with stunning views towards Snowdonia.
One of the famous facts about this historic property is that it was once the home to Charles Darwin’s sister, Marianne Parker, and Charles spent many weekends and holidays at The Brow.
The house is full of rustic charm and there are 7 bedrooms: three double rooms with en suite bathrooms, three further twin rooms, and one small single room. The twins and single rooms share a large family bathroom. There is a large open plan ‘farmhouse’ style kitchen, a traditional dining room that sits up to 16 people, a traditional drawing room with a Bechstein grand piano and open fireplace, a snug TV room with a wood-burner and a second TV room in what was the old library.
The property can sleep up to 13 guests and is therefore perfect for family celebrations or friends looking to get together.
This is a walker’s paradise with fabulous walks from the front door along the Rover Dee. Fabulous views are available around every corner including the welcoming site of a gourmet pub, the Cross Foxes.
For the more adventurous, you can white water raft along the Dee from the Horseshoe Falls – great fun and guaranteed to get everyone wet. Canoes and kayaks can also be hired.
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