Enjoying an enviable location at the foot of the Skirrid this pair of hand crafted shepherds huts with private hot tubs and outdoor kitchens are just perfect for those looking for a little adventure.
A charming, well-equipped bothy. Cute, compact and cosy, has everything you need for a wonderful experience in the Black Mountains.
Enjoying an enviable location at the foot of the Skirrid, this roof top apartment is the perfect base for couples who are looking to get away whatever the time of year.
Wake up surrounded by bluebells, toast marshmallows on the camp fire with the best views around, then head down the hill for Michelin dining, market towns & majestic mountains.
Far reaching views of the Black Mountains, a pub down the lane and the most innovative hot tub we've ever seen! A pair of exquisite shepherds huts, exclusively yours, hand built by the owners with every comfort considered.
Perched on the England/Wales border, this quirky, picture-perfect shepherd’s hut offers the ultimate escape in the countryside, where you can experience heavenly peace from the everyday stresses of life.
Nestled among the trees within the fringes of a peaceful meadow you’ll find this adorable hand-crafted railway carriage, boasting cuteness and cosiness from every corner. It’s just perfect for couples looking to escape the real world.
Set within thirty acres which make up Spring Farm, enjoying breath taking views down the Bryn Awr Valley. This sympathetically restored Victorian railway carriage is simply perfect for relaxing, exploring and stargazing whatever the time of year.
As featured on Grand Designs, stylish adventure & some of the best views in the area in the highest cottage in our collection! Stride out into the Brecon Beacons National Park, or simply sit back and laze in luxury.
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.
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