Bubbly hot tub and nights under canvas. Run wild in the fields, stride in to the mountains straight from the tent flap, or sit back and relax in a surprising amount of tented luxury!
Unwind in style at this big, beautiful countryside barn set high into the Herefordshire hills. A unique melange of traditional rustic living and new, the barn exudes luxury from every corner of its enchanting stone walls and lets no little detail go unmissed.
Unique, detatched and luxurious with bubbly hot tub too. Acres of rolling Brecon Beacon countryside, every comfort considered and meticulous attention to detail. Fully equipped gym, hotel standard bathrooms & less than a mile to the local watering hole!
This detached cottage blends beautifully within the Wye Valley’s hillside, set within mature gardens of which you are free to roam, just perfect for entertaining whatever the time of year.
In the heart of the Black Mountains, a magical detached family retreat, big views, endless trails, deep comfort and fabulous games room & pool table…settle in, pop a log on the fire and snuggle up, you’ll not want to leave.
A pretty mountain home ideal for walking groups, a family, or couples alike. There are market towns within easy reach and proper country pubs within a short drive along the lane.
A super chapel, converted with thought and imagination, providing a beautiful residence of distinction, close to the Ceredigion coast. Perfect for the most special of occasions any time of the year.
A picture postcard perfect detached stone cottage, situated at the end of its own private drive on the English/Welsh border, surrounded by rolling countryside and woodlands.
Escape to the hills in this fabulous family friendly safari tent. Stride up the mountain, splash in the hot tub or simply sit back and drink in the views.
Tranquility & style in the heart of the Black Mountains. Walk from the door, snooze by the fire & drink in the views of the Sugar Loaf Mountain. A sublime, family and pooch friendly escape...gorgeous enough to rent for romance too!
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