Low environmental impact woodland cottage in a magical setting by the river; both contemporary and traditional, this is a perfect base for bushcraft, birdwatching and exploring the charming villages nearby.
Tucked amongst woodland, this charming lodge sits on stilts so you can admire the views and treetops. Great for families and friends who share a love of the great outdoors, this humble abode sleeps six and also welcomes two of your four-legged companions. Less than a mile from your door is the bustling town of Hay-on-Wye where you can pick up local produce to fill your cupboards.
Step inside this wooden-clad, cabin-style home and find yourself in the open-plan living space. Perfectly arranged behind floor-to-ceiling windows are two sofas, perfect for putting your feet up on after time spent exploring. Underfloor heating flows throughout the lodge, promising to keep your feet warm as you cook up a storm in the spacious kitchen. Filled with natural light, and with doors leading out to the veranda, the kitchen is a lovely space to spend time in and has a large table so you can enjoy sociable evening meals. For al fresco feasts, fire up the BBQ and dine outside before heading inside to rest your head. Three bedrooms, one with sloping ceilings, are light, tranquil rooms so you can drift off with ease before waking and freshening up in the family shower room.
Stay close to home and wander the pretty streets of Hay-on-Wye with its plethora of bookshops, eateries and castle. For a day on the water, hire canoes in nearby Glasbury (5 miles), and paddle down to The Warren, a shingle beach on the riverbank, where you can stop for a tasty picnic and a breather. 6 miles from home, climb Hay Bluff which sits at the northern tip of the Black Mountains, or travel 25 miles to summit Pen-y-Fan, the highest peak in South Wales.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.