A romantic retreat with fabulous views over the rolling Shropshire countryside, set on a working farm. Close to the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge and Much Wenlock, perfect to explore Shropshire.
Charming shepherds hut with hut with breath-taking views across Shropshire and short distance to Ludlow
As featured in Elle Magazine, an exquisitely designed, luxury love nest in a stunning corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Perfect for honeymoons and complete getaways with the village pub within walking distance, the breath-taking Brecon countryside all around and just a short drive to marvellous market towns.
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!
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 charming hobbit house, in the heart of the Welsh countryside, nestles in 65 acres of meadow and woodland, and provides comfortable open-plan living with panoramic views across the open valley.
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.
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.
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.
A gorgeously big and beautiful barn, you won’t believe it’s only for two! Peaceful countryside stretches for miles around, with only the faint whirr of tractors and the gentle birdsong above to be heard.
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