Chepstow (6mls NW), 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.
Abergavenny (6.5mls), Brecon Beacons
Hot tub, heavenly views, total detatched isolation and a walk up the lane to the pub. Lovingly restored and wildly romantic in its own private acre, with pretty duck pond and rolling Welsh countryside in every direction, stunning honeymoon or anniversary retreat, or a blissful family hols.
Abergavenny (4mls N), Brecon Beacons
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!
Newtown (2mls S), Mid Wales
An inspiring detached barn conversion with hot tub and games room, on the Shropshire and Mid Wales borders. Set in a 24-acre garden, perfect to relax, enjoy activities and explore the countryside.
Ludlow (6mls SE), Shropshire
Fabulous, five star family barn close to the historic foodie town of Ludlow. Stride along a lane or two, rustle up a feast of yummy local fayre and sit back & relax in style in-front of the log burning stove.
Abergavenny (5mls N), Brecon Beacons
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.
Cleobury Mortimer (3mls SW), Shropshire
This sympathetically restored barn dating back to 1780 creates the perfect back drop for exploring Shropshire whatever the time of year.
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!
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