Surrounded by the Herefordshire countryside, this traditional farmhouse is just a few miles from the Welsh border. Offering relaxing accommodation for eight, this fantastic property is set on a farm and makes a wonderful holiday home for larger families and groups of friends. A fresh, airy base for exploring the Wye Valley, this welcoming property features far-reaching views, quaint furnishings and original features including exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace, stone flooring and wooden panelling.
Entering the property, up some steps, you can sit back and take in the views from the spacious front porch which leads to an inviting snug with a TV, seating and wood burner-effect electric fire. The beautiful main lounge has low ceilings, original wood-panelled walls, a TV and a wood burner set in an impressive stone inglenook fireplace, providing an ideal spot for everyone to unwind. The stylishly designed kitchen/diner is perfect for preparing and sharing a fantastic celebratory family meal. There’s also a shower room and a games room with a selection of books and board games. Cottage-style stairs spiral up to the split-level landing, leading to four cosy and relaxing bedrooms, some with vaulted sloping ceilings and wooden beams, along with a stylish family bathroom with a free-standing claw-foot bath.
Outside, the raised terrace overlooks the garden and offers far-reaching views as you enjoy an evening meal. The large, enclosed gardens have a variety of levels, and you’re welcome to go paddling or fishing in the Escley Brook meandering through the farmland. The farmhouse is perfect for walkers, climbers and cyclists exploring the Brecon Beacons, with the thriving book town of Hay-on-Wye nearby (10 miles). Local landmarks include Craswall Priory, Snodhill Castle, Arthur’s Stone and Grosmont Castle (all within 11 miles). Local activities include rock climbing, mountain biking, riverside strolls, canoeing and kayaking.