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.
The vibrant market town of Hay-on-Wye is known for its array of bookshops, friendly eateries and warm hospitality, especially if you time your visit to coincide with the annual literacy festival. This stylish accommodation sleeps six and is well placed for family adventures, placing you close to a selection of countryside walks and exciting attractions. Step back in time and explore the ruins of Llanthony Priory 12 miles away, fish for trout in the River Wye, or embrace your inner adrenaline enthusiast and try gorge scrambling or wild swimming.
Sleek and sophisticated with contemporary decor and artistic flair, the property is part of a small development within easy reach of local amenities. Step inside and unwind with a glass of wine in the lounge, tuning in to your favourite television shows for some light entertainment. Light the candles in the elegant kitchen/breakfast room and enjoy decadent dinners in the dining room, finishing off with an al fresco nightcap in the large garden. At bedtime, head upstairs to choose from three impressive bedrooms including a king-size with an en-suite shower room. Completing the property is an excellent bathroom with a shower-over-bath.
A short 0.5-mile stroll will bring you into the centre of Hay-on-Wye with its popular bookshops, tearooms and galleries. There are lots of interesting walks nearby, especially if you venture into the Brecon Beacons National Park to navigate the diverse landscape. A great starting point is Talgarth 8 miles away, known for being a gateway to the mountainous wilderness that is interspersed with ancient woodland and babbling streams. The River Wye provides opportunities for fishing and canoeing, or perhaps even a spot of wild swimming if you are feeling brave.