Contemporary décor and chic touches make this cedar-clad lodge an utterly charming abode in which to while away your days, nestled amongst rolling emerald hills and idyllic, picturesque lakes.
Beautifully finished with an eclectic style, this utterly charming stone-built cottage is nestled peacefully on a Welsh hillside in a shaded woodland, overlooking striking mountain peaks.
A beautiful whitewashed stone cottage contrasting perfectly with the rich greens of the rolling countryside within which it sits.p>
A perfectly placed historic coaching inn, complete with cosy wood burning stove & lovely welcome basket on arrival. Ancient Tretower Court is on your doorstep, Hay on Wye is just over the hill and the attractive mountain town of Crickhowell within easy reach for the morning papers....and local pubs, of course!
Chic and stylish weekend bolthole in the heart of everything, yet quiet as a mouse inside. Walk the hills, stroll to the pub, fish the River Usk or do absolute nothing but relax.
A great family bolthole with bubbly hot tub in the heart of the hills. Superbly located for nipping up a peak or two, taking in the Rivers Usk & Wye, or exploring the market towns. Lots to do within easy reach and less than a mile to the village pub - bliss!
Set within a small Herefordshire hamlet with outstanding views towards the Black Mountains, this detached cottage has been beautifully finished with an eclectic style and is simply luxurious.
Nestled in a valley and cosy as could be, this blissful Norwegian-style lodge is perfectly nuzzled in the hills on the fringes of the Wye Valley, tucked away in the quaint village of Clearwell with lots to discover in the Forest of Dean and across the border in Wales.
Lovely, secluded cottage on the crest of a hill, perfect for a couple or a small family, and in a good location to explore North Wales. Close to Betws-y-Coed, the northern gateway to Snowdonia National Park.
As featured in the Guardian: A treat of a retreat in a breathtaking area of Natural Beauty. Enveloped by rolling Welsh countryside as far as the eye can see, stride across the fields to the country pub, discover ancient churches hidden in the hills, or laze away a day down by the stream splashing and picnicing to your hearts content.
As featured in The Times : One of the most unique spots in the Black Mountains with a fun 4x4 available for use throughout your stay. Views for miles, private and secluded, yet you can walk to the pub. Stone walled garden perfect for pets and the Sugar Loaf Mountain at the end of the garden!
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