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.
Charming shepherds hut with hut with breath-taking views across Shropshire and short distance to Ludlow
As romantic as it gets in the great outdoors! Bluebells abound in season...the view will leave you breathless too! One of the most romantic and relaxing glamping breaks you can experience, under the beautiful Dark Sky Reserve in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Peacefully tucked away within rolling meadows, wild flowers and open farmland, this romantic retreat boasts its own unique sense of charm and wonder. New to our collection in May 2017.
Hidden away high in the hills above Crickhowell, some of the best caving and walking on the doorstep, plus coffee shops, gentle canal strolls and village pubs further down the hill for those looking to laze!
A delightful shepherd’s hut idyllically located near the Cambrian Mountains and a short drive from the coast. Lovely views across fields and woodland with a cosy woodburner to warm up the evenings.
Absolute luxury, just for two. Inspired interior, beautifully crafted and superbly pet friendly too. Stroll up the lane to the country pub, snuggle by the fire, enjoy the saucy red leather bed or simply sit and relax
Boutique hotel style and luxury set beneath a dramatic mountain range. Wildly romantic and seductively chic, with wood burning stove, wi-fi and walks to the pub, it is the perfect mix of country cottage stays coupled with boutique hotel service.
This peaceful setting with far-reaching views across the Monmouthshire countryside is simply perfect for couples wanting to relax and enjoy an area rich in history, culture and natural beauty.
Secretly nuzzled in its own little plot on the fringes of Clearwell village, this pretty cottage is filled to the brim with charm and cosy touches, creating a sublime romantic retreat for two close to the Welsh border and Wye Valley.
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.
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