Sitting in a spectacular, secluded spot, this fantastic farmhouse and beautiful barn provides larger groups with a wonderful base from which to explore the borderlands of England and Wales.
Explore the borderlands of Wales and England from this 18th-century farmhouse and converted barn annexe, sleeping up to 10 guests, near Hay-on-Wye. Take two dogs with you if you wish and follow one of the many footpaths in your surroundings. Return home to immerse yourselves in panoramic views across the Wye Valley and the warmth of a roaring wood burner.
Enter the charming stone property to discover accommodation that is brimming with character. Make your way into the traditional farmhouse kitchen, complete with electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, as well as a wood burner. Take two steps down into the lounge to find a second wood burner and comfortable seating, where you can relax and watch TV. Find a bathroom, with bath and shower, also on the ground floor. Head up the main stairs to discover three bedrooms: a king-size room, a bunk room, and a room with small twin beds that can be pushed together to make a double. Find a second twin room located at the top of very steep ladder stairs at the other end of the property. The barn annexe, with its own lounge/kitchen/diner and shower room, could be perfect for two guests seeking privacy. Climb very steep ladder stairs here to find a gallery bedroom with double bed. Spill out into the generous garden on sunny days and perhaps light the BBQ. Find plenty of parking at the property but access is via the shared track which is a steep and fairly rough stone farm track, some drivers might prefer to park in the lower off-road parking area and walk up.
Venture approximately 4 miles into Hay to potter about in its famous bookshops, browse in its independent outlets or dine out in a restaurant. Find fabulous places to walk, including Offa’s Dyke Path, which you can pick up in Hay.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.