True rustic living at its finest! The most peaceful little slice of heaven you could possibly stumble across in Wales, a sympathetically restored railway carriage with its own story to tell.
Admire the wildlife, soak up the tranquillity of the countryside, and enjoy a simply heavenly escape at this sublime single-storey property situated on the southern side of the rolling Shropshire Hills.
Enjoying an enviable location at the foot of the Skirrid, this beautifully hand crafted shepherds hut has a private hot tub and fire pit, just perfect for those looking for a little adventure.
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.
This contemporary, cosy and well-equipped converted barn boasts sweeping, panoramic views and is set within the grounds of a listed manor house. It is a romantic retreat with easy access to the surrounding hills, so perfect for hiking, cycling, adventure and relaxing.
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The ultimate chic retreat. A deliciously decadent romantic bolt hole in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Doze by the wood burning stove, sip champagne in fluffy bathrobes....modern luxuries and ancient architecture are winningly combined.
Beautifully hand crafted and secluded wood shed, tucked in to a tranquil Welsh valley. Complete with gentle stream, endless trails and strolls to the local pub. Cute, cosy and wonderfully romantic.
The cutest of pretty pink cottages on the highest of hills in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Star gaze the nights away, picnic in style or head off to Talybont reservoir for spectacular walks.
The cutest of cottages with all the stylish touches you could need after a day out exploring some of the best scenery in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
This tucked-away bolthole is perfect for a romantic getaway. Found equidistant between the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains and the Forest of Dean, it’s a great base
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