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.
Cycle over to the country's best book town, snooze in a canoe on the River Wye, or stride out into the Black Mountains. A great family cottage location, perfect for pets too.
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.
Originally part of the village hotel’s coach-building, situated within the centre of Blakeney village on the outskirts of the ancient Forest of Dean. The cottage is finished with a combination of traditional stone and wood features.
This is a proper family farmhouse perfect for childhood adventure in the heart of the Welsh countryside. Kid friendly bedrooms, roaring log burning stove and well kitted out with toys, games and even a drum kit!
A gorgeously handsome town house sitting in a pretty terrace at the end of the picturesque Brecon to Monmouth canal.
Modest on the outside, a total treat beyond the door. Great location, rustic charm, open fires and a minute away from the morning papers. Just a walk away from the River Wye with the Black Mountains providing a dramatic backdrop for a blast of fresh air and adventure.
Tranquility & style in the heart of the Black Mountains. Walk from the door, snooze by the fire & drink in the views of the Sugar Loaf Mountain. A sublime, family and pooch friendly escape...gorgeous enough to rent for romance too!
Heavenly views of the Black Mountains, great for families, nature lovers and eco friendly fans! Roam the Brecon Beacons National Park from the door & snooze away an evening or two in-front of the big open fire. Gorgeous, relaxed country decor, acres of outdoor space.
Fabulous family friendly country retreat perfectly placed on the North Wales border. Snowdonia and miles of Welsh coastline in one direction, impressive Roman city and heaps of shops on the other.
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