Beautifully renovated barn with breathtaking viewsBeautifully renovated barn with stunning uninterrupted views to the Black Mountains. Our lovingly refurbished tractor shed offers a luxurious and stylish bolthole where you can escape and relax in the countryside. Open plan living with a walk in shower, electric fire and well equipped kitchen. This is the perfect escape to the countryside, within reach of all the beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park and The Forest of Dean, perfect for hiking, cycling, adventuring and relaxing.
Central to Abergavenny, Hereford, Monmouth and HayPeak Cottage, in the hamlet of Llangua, North Monmouthshire, is the converted stone stables of a former coaching inn. Entry and parking is through the gateway of Cap House, where the hosts live. Peak Cottage has generous rooms, large windows and clean, simple decor. The garden is private, faces SW and has a paved area with chairs and table. There is a lockable garage for cycles and suitable space to dry any wet outdoor clothes. The cottage lends itself to guests on an active, outdoor holiday.
Lovely Courtyard Cottage near AbergavennyA newly renovated cottage in the grounds of a country house near Abergavenny & the beautiful Black Mountains - featured in Conde Nast Traveller's Best Airbnbs in the UK. Stylishly designed, it retains the stone walls, beams & arched windows of the coach house it once was. There's a well-equipped kitchen, a cosy wood burner (with a basket of logs & kindling), a smart TV, wifi, lots of books, 100% cotton bed linen, fluffy cotton towels & individual bathroom products. Outside, the kitchen garden is a great place to chill & there's also a courtyard with a table & chairs right next to the cottage.
With commanding views over Monmouth, the Wye Valley and beyond, Wern Farm Cottage is a cosy but spacious recluse ideally situated for all that Monmouthshire has to offer. Light, airy and welcoming with zip and link beds. We can accommodate 2-4 flexible to your needs. We are in a great spot for the Forest of Dean, the Brecon Beacons, Bike Park Wales, Cannop Cycle Centre and the Offa’s Dyke Path. There are lovely walks right from the door and so much to do nearby!
This simple and charming detached Bothy sits on the Wales/Herefordshire borders on the edge of the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park. The area is rich in wildlife and perfect for walking, cycling, fishing, bird/nature watching or simply relaxing. The village of Longtown is nearby (2 miles) with its very own 12th century castle, a traditional local pub/restaurant and an excellent local shop selling local produce . The Olchon Bothy is perfect for couples or individuals.
Daisy Lodge is set in the garden of our beautiful country home, see location photo for proximity to our home. We are 3.2 miles from the wonderful market town of Abergavenny, gateway to the Beacons National Park. We have amazing views of Skirrid Mountain and countryside. You can roam freely around our 5 acres of land/garden . We supply outside furniture and sole use of our external hot tub, please note it’s available for use all year around, a disclaimer to be signed prior to use.
Set in tranquil countryside, down owner’s private drive, this charming, spacious, 16th Century Tudor cottage enjoys beautiful views from its own private, secure pretty rose garden. The Covey Cottage is a perfect romantic cottage for couples. It boasts oak beams, an inglenook fireplace with wood burner and a large airy cruck beamed bedroom with far reaching views over the Herefordshire countryside. Enjoy the morning sun over breakfast near the open door and listen to the birds.
A delightful cottage set below the Blorenge mountain in the historic village of Llanfoist. The Counting House offers character with modern facilities fully renovated in 2020. Conveniently located just a 5 minute walk to both the picturesque Monmouthshire and Brecon canal and the Abergavenny-Brynmawr cycle track and is a great base for hill walking in the Black Mountains and the local Abergavenny 3 peaks. Walk into the market town which offers an array of top restaurants, pubs and cafes.
In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, these fine 18th-century converted farm properties are reached via a private lane. Offering the perfect setting for a relaxing break in the heart of rural Herefordshire. Meadow barn has fantastic views wether enjoying breakfast in bed or relaxing on the patio
The Old Dairy is a grade 2* listed stone detached former dairy, which is set within the grounds of the owners 400 year old farmhouse, just outside the pretty village of Grosmont in Monmouthshire. The property is adjacent to a traditional working sheep farm. The village of Grosmont is within walking distance with a historic pub, village shop and ruined castle. Monmouth (7 miles), Ross-on-Wye (10 miles), Abergavenny (14 miles), Hereford (14 miles) Perfect for couples. Motorcyclists welcome.
Welcome to The Potting Shed! A cosy couples retreat, renovated to a very high standard, with many funky features and fantastic attention to detail. Just a stroll away from our friendly, foodie village pub, right on Offa’s Dyke path. It’s a special place, nestled in its own little corner of my garden, with an emphasis on luxury and lovely things. Transformed from my everyday potting shed, it’s now a spacious, warm and welcoming hideaway for two which I’m very proud of.
Oak Wood is a beautiful converted barn offering superior accommodation situated on the Herefordshire/Welsh borders overlooking the Black Mountains with the Offa’s Dyke foot path running through the property. Oak Wood is a great place for family with lots of open space in the very large garden perfect for family gatherings, walkers, mountain bikers, college/school reunions and any celebrations. The barn is the perfect place to relax and unwind whilst taking in the beautiful views.
Delightful self-contained annexe of an extended 17th century farm cottage. We are atop a hill overlooking the Black Mountains with excellent walking all around, close to Hay on Wye and the Offas Dyke path as well as the city of Hereford. We aim to provide you with the feel of a luxury retreat with all that you need to unwind in absolute comfort. Welcome to Herefordshire!
An off grid rural glamping retreat in a hand built oak frame cabin on the slopes of the Sugarloaf Mountain and spectacular views. Enjoy the cosy loft bed and glow of the wood burning stove, wood supplied. There is a posh compost loo and the bathroom is a converted horse box, plenty of hot water and bath with a view. Once there you will enjoy complete peace (no WiFi or signal here) amongst wildlife, a spring fed pond and barbecue area. Steep access down the field; you must be relatively fit.