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Nearest travel links
|Airport||Manchester 117 km|
|Ferry||Liverpool 96 km|
|Train station||Welshpool 6.5 km|
Activities near Guilsfield
|Sports||Tennis in town, Water sports, Horse riding, Fishing|
|Great for||Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Nightlife, Cycling holidays|
How to get there
Gaer Hall is located just outside Guilsfield village on the B4392. After leaving the village (coming from the direction of Welshpool) the property is the next turning on the right, flanked by two post and rail paddocks.
Head northwest on A458/Broad St toward New St. Continue to follow A458. At the roundabout by the Raven pub, take the 3rd exit onto A490. Continue until you see a sign for Guilsfield B4392 and turn right here. Passing the Derwyn Garden Centre on your right head through the village. At the the next junction after the primary school keep right. Continue past the Spar shop, and the turning for the property is on your right (flanked by two post and rail paddocks) shortly after you leave the village.
From the Mile End roundabout, head East towards the A5. Slight left at A483 (signs for A483/Welshpool). Continue through Pant, Llanymynech, and Four Crosses. At the Horseshoe pub turn right onto the B4392 and carry on for approx. 3.5 miles. The turning for Gaer Hall will be on the left, flanked by two post and rail paddocks.
Leave Shrewsbury via Frankwell. Go through the roundabout and continue to follow the A458. Continue on The Mount, turning right at A458/Shelton Rd. Continue to follow A458, go through 2 roundabouts. After the second roundabout, carry on straight through Ford (you should pass a pub and petrol station on your left). Just after the Cross Gates Inn on your right, turn right at Alberbury Rd/B4393. Continue to follow B4393 through Crew Green and Llandrinio. Turn left at A483 and continue until you see the Horseshoe pub. Turn right at the pub onto the B4392, carry on for about 3.5 miles. The turning for Gaer Hall will be on the left, flanked by two post and rail paddocks.