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.
Peaceful strolls in the Wye Valley, long day hikes in the Brecon Beacons & retreat home again for a cwtch in the cutest of romantic shepherd huts. With a village pub and majestic Raglan Castle in easy reach. The perfect romantic bolthole, just for two & a pooch!
Hidden away on the fringes of the Brecon Beacons is this cute two-bedroomed bolthole with easy access to the Usk Valley and the bustling market town of Abergavenny - the gateway to Wales.
Set in a peaceful location nearby Snowdonia yet ideally situated for a number of attractions and adventure activities, this rural cottage is perfect for both small families and couples.
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.
*Hay Festival 21 - 31 May 2020* A 10 night stay is available over the festival period for a special price of £3,500.
This architect designed home finished with a contemporary style enjoys views across the countryside and is within walking distance of the vibrant market town of Hay-on-Wye.
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.
An irresistibly imposing townhouse with plentiful period features and a luxurious interior. Sitting in an elevated position in the heart of vibrant Llandudno, the house enjoys stunning water views.
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!
Game, set and match on the indoor tennis court then head down the lane for a pint at the countrys first Michelin starred pub. Light, bright and generous in every sense, made for sharing in style.
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