Property code: 87736
Set in a rural location on the banks of the River Wye with established apple orchards, this traditional red-brick barn conversion is a perfect base for couples to explore Herefordshire.
The cottage enjoys a great location on the fringes of the picturesque village of Preston-on-Wye. It is set within an established campsite from which you can access the River Wye where you can hire a canoe, enjoy coarse fishing with a day permit, or simply enjoy the wildlife along the Wye Valley Way. For more challenging terrain, join the Offa’s Dyke Path on the Hatterall Ridge (17 miles), or tackle Hay Bluff and the Black Mountains (16 miles). Golfers can head for the nine holes at the Brampton golf course (5 miles). A trip to the vibrant market town of Hay-on-Wye (12 miles) is a must, where you can pick up local produce from a farmers’ market, browse the independent shops or relax and enjoy a director's choice movie at Booth’s Cinema.
This converted barn enjoys a great location where guests can take full advantage of the River Wye, the small on-site farm shop and campsite rustic bar. Step inside the accommodation into an open-plan living area which offers everything you will need during your stay. Feel right at home in the cosy lounge area with a two-seater sofa and Smart TV, a dining table and chairs along with a well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and gas hob and fridge with ice compartment. There is a bathroom with a handheld shower, and a WC. A small spiral staircase offers access to a double bedroom where you can enjoy countryside views.
Outside, guests can enjoy an open area with table and chairs. Guests can also access the campsite facilities to include, farm shop, rustic bar and canoe hire. There is parking for one car and secure bike storage.