Close to the Wales/Herefordshire border, this adorable picture-postcard cottage makes a delightful family holiday home and has been tastefully decorated with many items hand-crafted by the owner.
The nearby village of Kinnersley (0.5 miles) is part of the Black and White Village Trail which takes in a number of beautiful Tudor properties throughout Herefordshire, with plenty of tea shops and galleries along the way. The historic city of Hereford (15 miles) is home to an impressive cathedral, or you could head to the charming town of Leominster (12.5 miles) with its antique shops and Victorian-style market. Hay-on-Wye (10 miles) is famous for its literary festival, independent bookshops and boutiques, and its thriving arts scene. There are also opportunities for canoeing, cycling and hiking. Local attractions include Kinnersley Castle (1 mile), Arthur’s Stone (6.5 miles) and the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre (6.5 miles).
Stepping into this beautifully decorated and attractively furnished cottage you will find the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The cosy and welcoming lounge is a perfect space to relax in, with comfortable seating, TV, DVD and a Biomass wood pellet burner. The dining area is ideal for sharing a favourite family meal which you can prepare in the stylishly designed kitchen, equipped with an oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Going upstairs, there are two light and relaxing bedrooms: a double room with granary steps and a small balcony offering views over the meadow, and a room with a super-king-size bed which can be made up as a twin room on request. There’s also a shower room complete with a walk-in shower and a WC.
Outside, the shared garden offers plenty of space for you to enjoy an al fresco meal, a BBQ or a morning coffee. You will also be welcome to make use of some of the produce from the herb garden, the vegetable garden and the knot garden, which are surrounded by a variety of fig, pear and apple trees. There’s also a grazing area and space in the stables for a pony.