This is a short video production from about Rhandregynwen Hall, an elegant, 18th century, 5-star bed and breakfast on the Shropshire / Welsh Border, run by Mark and Gill Johannsen. Nestling in the picturesque Vyrnwy Valley, Powys Castle, Offa's Dyke and Rodney's Pillar are all nearby. It's an area of outstanding natural beauty, offering everything from quiet, secluded romantic breaks to activity holidays. This beautiful and characterful pre-Georgian farmhouse property, set in 50 acres of lush, green pastureland, has been lovingly restored to provide top quality accommodation. There are three luxurious guest rooms named after local landmarks… Rhandregynwen, a family-sized double with an extra single bedroom, features a king-size bed and a sitting area. The luxury en-suite bathroom has a countersunk Jacuzzi bath, and under-floor heating with granite and marble tiling. Rodney's Pillar, another family-sized room, with an additional single bedroom, boasts a king size bed, seating area, and a private bathroom with under-floor-heating, a large corner bath and a separate shower. On the second floor, Long Mountain, a cosy double room has a king-size bed and seating area. The en-suite bathroom features a jacuzzi bath, under-floor heating and natural stone tiling. All rooms have fresh cotton linen and towels, dressing gowns, large flat-screen TVs, free wi-fi, a hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. A full English breakfast with fresh fruit and juices is served between 7 and 9 am in the breakfast room. No expense has been spared in to provide tranquillity, enjoyment and top quality accommodation. If you'd like to know more or simply book a room, please contact Mark or Gill. They'd love to talk to you.