One of three beautifully furnished properties in the Wye Valley, holding a perfect position to enjoy stunning scenery.
Envisage your perfect staycation at the heart of the countryside, swapping the daily grind for scenic walks, roaring fires and all the delicious local fare you can eat. Brimming with history and set against a rolling backdrop of beautiful grounds and courtyards, this stone barn sleeps five guests across three bedrooms. A short 5-mile drive will bring you to Hay-on-Wye, known for its array of bookshops, friendly hospitality and independent eateries.
Laid out in a reverse-level style with a bathroom and two bedrooms on the ground floor, the property is a pleasing combination of traditional charm and contemporary convenience. The lounge/kitchen/diner is the heart of the home, where you can kick back and relax with a glass of wine and plenty of treats. There are comfortable sofas, tasteful cooking and dining spaces, and pretty views of the garden. The remaining bedroom can also be found upstairs; a delightful master suite with an en-suite shower room. Outside, the surrounding grounds are ideal for evening strolls, and there is a shared table tennis table for some light evening entertainment. Off-road parking is available for three cars.
Adventure to your heart’s content, accessing the River Wye for a riverside walk, or perhaps try a spot of fishing for trout or grayling. Canoeing and kayaking are popular activities on this stunning stretch of river, but you can also take things easy and enjoy gentle ambles across the Brecon Beacons National Park. Pwll y Wrach Nature Reserve 6 miles away is a glorious place to investigate with waterfalls, woodland and scenic trails, especially in the spring when the bluebells create vast blue carpets throughout the trees. Further afield, Llangorse Lake 10 miles away offers water sports and shoreline strolls in equal measures, best enjoyed after a pit stop at the cafe.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.