A RARE chance to look around a medieval farmhouse near Kington will be available to the public for three days at the end of the month.

Cwmmau Farmhouse, on the Brilley estate, is celebrated example of late medieval timber framing and visitors will have the opportunity to explore the dairy, stables and outbuildings of the National Trust property.

There will also be guided tours throughout the afternoon, where you can learn about the of the building's 'patchwork' history, as it was passed from one owner to another.

Open for only eight days a year as it used now used as a holiday cottage, you can visit the farmhouse from June 26-29 between 1-5pm.

Entrance is free to under-fives and National Turst members; for more information, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cwmmau-farmhouse or call 01568 780246.