Boasting an enviable location in the heart of the rolling green Herefordshire countryside that hugs the Welsh border, this stylishly updated 14th century property is fit for a king. It lies within easy walking distance to Goodrich’s impressive castle: a ruinous medieval fort that is well worth exploring with your own little princes and princesses, or even just a group of close friends. With the Brecon Beacons National Park close by and many walking routes on the doorstep, here you are perfectly placed for exploring your holiday kingdom.
You will find yourself immediately drawn to the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, an impressive space too comfortable to leave for long. With stone walls and exposed wooden beams adding to the country charm, the room is the perfect hub for social activity whether you are staying with family or friends. Relax on the assortment of inviting seating, where you can snuggle up in front of the TV/DVD or delve into your favourite book as the warming wood burner crackles beside you. In the kitchen area, the original cider press dominates, now converted into an impressive and unique breakfast bar with seating for six. Luxurious touches can be found throughout, creating a magical aesthetic that tastefully fuses old with new.
The property is nestled within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Wye Valley, so you would be hard pressed to find a more picturesque destination. Head to Ross-on-Wye (4 miles), a magnet for visitors with its abbeys, museums, and even a film trail, as well as plenty of adventure activity facilities such as canoeing on the beautiful River Wye.