A converted henhouse that is backed by some of the most majestic mountains in Wales, this secluded property combines two smaller abodes to offer spacious accommodation for all your loved ones to enjoy an enchanting escape in the Brecon Beacons.
Unique 17th Century property with contemporary twists, set in 500 acre farm. Close to Betws-y-Coed. Idyllic spot for friends and family to relax, enjoy activities and discover the best in North Wales.
As featured in Vogue & Conde Nast Traveller: Chic, luxurious & blissfully remote. Filled with one off finds, lovely linens and heartstopping views. Five star and fabulously family friendly.
Three beautiful apartments tucked up together in the heart of mountain town Crickhowell. Walk to pubs, stroll along rivers, stride into the Brecon Beacons all without the need of the car.
16th Century luxury country pad with the dramatic splendour of the Black Mountains rising up in full view from the kitchen window, Lovingly restored with meticulous detail and some very healthy eco-credentials, The very finest in luxury large house hires!
A chic retreat just made for sharing in the heart of gorgeous Shropshire, a hop away from the famed foodie town of Ludlow. Complete with roaring log burners, luxurious touches and its very own bar...celebratory bliss!
This sympathetically restored barn dating back to 1780 creates the perfect back drop for exploring Shropshire whatever the time of year.
The location is straight out of Country Life. On the original site of the owners stately home, with an eye opening history, this Jubilee house has spectacular views, acres of rolling lawn and parkland, a private stretch of the River Usk and a level of service you'll be bowled over by
Acres of beautiful grounds, enormous games room and proper tennis court rounding off a beautiful family house for exclusive hire beneath the peaks of the Brecon Beacons.
As featured in GQ Magazine : Proving that bunk houses can be ultra stylish, five star and thoroughly fabulous! Whizz down the slide, hire a Vespa from the owners, or spend a day exploring the River Wye & Brecon Beacons – a stay like no other!
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