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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Presteigne a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Presteigne a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Presteigne

Allotjaments a Presteigne
Lovely open plan with bedroom on mezzanine floor. Living room with log fire, kitchen area and wet room. Close to amenities shops, bars, restaurants - 7 minute walk down the hill. Also 5 minute walk from parkland with river access. Towels not inc.
We have a lovely converted barn available to rent for short and long stays. Adjacent to but detached from The Old School House [this sleeps 8 comfortably and is also available to rent - see separate entry], the cottage was originally the stables and barn for the headmaster and pupils of Lady Hawkins School (founded 1632) , it then later became the music room. We converted it in 2008 into a quiet self-contained open-plan living space, keeping the original beams and features, including the school bell tower. Inside the cottage is light and airy with white stone walls, oak floors, a Shaker-style kitchen area and galleried bedroom. The wood burner is fuel-efficient and keeps the whole place toasty when needed. The porch, where you can leave dirty shoes, wellies etc, opens into the kitchen-living room area. The kitchen has a Belfast sink, wooden worktop, electric hob, microwave, toaster, fridge. The beamed, high ceiling living room area has the wood burner, oak table and seating, sofa, double sofa bed, chair, coffee table, lamps, bookshelf and books. Also on the ground floor is the tiled wet-room with shower, W.C and basin. Painted wooden stairs lead up to the open-plan galleried bedroom with southerly views across the Arrow Valley. Divided by a cross-beam into two sleeping areas, there is one with a low level double bed and the other with two single futons suitable for children but could be used by adults. All bedlinen (100% cotton) is provided. Digital TV & DVD, radio and broadband connection is provided. A folder of information about what to see and do in the local area is also provided. We provide guests with complimentary tea, coffee, sugar and milk. 1 basket of logs is provided for the wood-burner sep-mar otherwise logs are available to purchase at a reasonable price. The price is for up to two people for the property per night, minimum two nights. Weekly rates (from £325) and stays of more than two nights are discounted - please contact us. Note on accessibility: there are two stone and rather uneven steps up to the porch of the cottage. Upstairs to the sleeping area is accessed via a short but fairly steep, curved wooden staircase. Guests have off-road parking for one vehicle in front of the cottage. When the main house is not occupied you are welcome to explore and chill-out in the large garden which has plenty of outdoor seating. Aud, who lives nearby and manages The Cottage for us while we are away, is always welcoming and ready to assist or answer queries but she assumes most guests prefer to be left in peace. So, interaction is minimal unless you want it to be more, in which case don't hesitate to contact her. Kington (population 2,500 or thereabouts) is a genuinely unspoiled and unpretentious historic market town on the English-Welsh border. Our 12 year old son, who currently lives in Nairobi, describes it as, 'fun, friendly and safe'! Until the 1960s it was a major hub for sheep and cattle drovers (the main street and medieval alleyways with their high burgage walls are visible remnants of this former life) and it still serves what is a largely rural farming community and it has retained a weekly livestock market (Thursdays). But nowadays visitors come all year round and Kington provides a welcome and down-to-earth escape from urban and city life... You won't find a trace of a Costa coffee shop here, instead there are local independent cafes and shops (including a deli, organic vegetables, wet-fish, bakers, butchers), and traditional pubs (some brew their own ales), plus an award-winning local museum. There's plenty of good food and drink to be found, much of it locally produced. Surrounded by the naturally beautiful Welsh border countryside, on foot or by car there is much to enjoy locally. We love a walk on Hergest Ridge along the Offa's Dyke Path (the cottage is at the foot of the ridge) across to Gladestry, or a cream tea sitting outside on the Edwardian verandah at Hergest Croft Gardens (6 minutes walk away), or a pint by the fireside at The Harp in Old Radnor. From late May onwards almost every weekend there is a local festival or fete to be found and November and December weekends are usually busy with local Christmas Fairs. Well-known local festivals and events include: the Hereford Art Week (early September), the Rough Ride Cycle Event (August), Hay Literary Festival (end May-June), How the Light Gets In (Globe Hay end May -June), The Royal Welsh Show (Builth July), Sheep Music (Presteigne), Presteigne Music Festival, Titley Jazz Festival, Kington Vintage Show (mid August), Kington Show (a major agricultural event held in early September), Kington Walking Festival (September). Kington is ideally situated for visitors to mid-Wales and the Marches, walkers, canoeists, cyclists. It is in easy reach of Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Leominster, Rhyader, Builth Wells, Brecon, Presteigne, the Black Mountains and Golden Valley. And Aberystwyth and the coast are just 59 miles away and easily do-able in a day. We love it here. Nearest airports : Birmingham International (74 miles), Bristol (92 miles), Cardiff (93 miiles), Manchester (119 miles) and East Midlands (114 miles) - distances vary but for all allow 2.5 - 3 hours. Nearest railway stations: Leominster (15 miles), Hereford (20 miles). From these there are direct trains to Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, London, Fishguard/Holyhead. Local bus services connect Kington to: Hereford, Llandrindod Wells, Presteigne, Lyonshall, Eardisley, Weobley. Local taxi services are available (best to pre-book) and recommended if arriving by train in the evening hours as buses stop running quite early. A car is not essential. Do ask if you need travel advice or local taxi numbers. Complimentary tea, coffee, milk and sugar are provided. Plus 1 big basket of logs for the wood-burner per 3 nights stay. More firewood can be purchased and is available on site. Children are very welcome but note the property is open-plan with an upstairs galleried sleeping area. Access to the stairs is open, there is no stair-gate so we would not recommend it for mobile toddlers. A high chair is available on request - please notify us in advance. One well-behaved dog, with own bedding, is welcome at an extra cost of £15. Dog owners are requested to discuss arrangements with us beforehand so as to avoid any misunderstandings. Weekly cleaning and change of bedlinen for extended stays. The price per night is for up to two people, minimum two nights. Weekly rates are available, from £325 - please contact us. The Cottage may be rented separately or together with The Old School House (4 bedrooms, sleeps 8 comfortably - see separate entry). Please contact us for discount rates during low seasons or if booking the Cottage and Old School House together.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

1

Kington, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Wilde Lodge provides an imposing house, set above the River Teme, surrounded by fields, forests & trails on the borders of Shropshire, Herefordshire & Powys. Fire pits & wild swimming are all included in the price. The Long Barn & heated safari tent are extra. The price on airbnb is for a min of 3 night self catered. Please message us for shorter or longer breaks, mid-week bookings or for the hire of our long barn, safari tent, large group events, corporate hire, celebrations and weddings.
The lodge can sleep up to 10 guests in beds over 4 large super king bedrooms. The lodge, the grounds and all of the extras on site here hugely adaptable, as is how you hire and use it. Every booking is tailored to you and your stay. So whether you choose to hire the lodge and its grounds on a self catered basis, or ask for additional accommodation to be set, for hire of the Long Barn with bar and cinema, the heated safari tent for larger parties, to have extra guests on site for a celebration, wedding or meals, we have a venue that is flexible from self catered for 10 guests, to 200 guests on site and everything in between. So do contact us for your specific requirements. This is a magical place for large gatherings, family celebrations, weddings, stag and hen parties and those milestone birthdays! The Airbnb platform makes it hard to list and price all of the variations, so we have listed our lodge and its ability to sleep 10 for a self catered break. All other variations are arranged with us directly. The price indicated on airbnb is on the basis of guests booking a minimum of 3 nights. For Christmas and New Year the price on airbnb is based on guests booking 7 nights. Christmas and New Year 2020 is £3600 for a week. Christmas and New Year 2021 is £3800 for a week. For shorter or longer breaks or wedding bookings please contact us directly. Facilities Included in the entire lodge: 4 large super king bedrooms (2 additional beds can be fitted in on request) All bed linen & towels are provided 1 kitchen area (with kitchen table to seat 10, Nespresso machine, fully stocked kitchen with cutlery and crockery for up to 20) 1 large dinning room with table & chairs to seat 18 guests with log burner. (additional silver cutlery, crockery, table linen, candles and glasses stored in here for guest use for special occasions) 1 smart family sitting room, with open fire (wood provided), huge squishy sofas, board games, sky, sound bar and dvd machine. Riverside access - from the field beside the lodge is a path down to the river. a great stretch of water that is mentioned in the wild swimming guide. Extras on request: Long barn - with huge glass windows down one side, old oak beams, covered in fairy lights, this has a table tennis table, dart board, skittles and a cinema. The long barn is a great place for al fresco dining in the warmer months. (please note the long barn isn't heated). Hire price is in additional to the main lodge and start from £250. The Safari Tent - Nestled within the barn walls is our wonderful Safari tent. A snug and romantic outdoor space with toilets attached. At one end is a wooden bar, huge 8ft tables and vintage chairs. In one corner there is a seating area with sheepskin rugs and provide a really special place for any use. We have in house caterers should you wish to host a celebration in here, or we can provide waitress' to help you provide your own celebration without any of the clearing up. The bar can be fully stocked and manned, or we can set it up for self service. We can provide tables and chairs for up to 120. Prices range from £380 - £1500, depending on the level of service you choose to have with it. Inside the main lodge there are 4 bedrooms: Bedroom 1 (ensuite): takes a super king or 2 singles Bedroom 2 (ensuite): takes a super king or 2 singles Bedroom 3 (shared family bathroom with bedroom 4): takes a super king or 2 singles Bedroom 4 (shared family bathroom with bedroom 3): takes a super king AND a single or 4 singles We can add in travel cots and additional mattress and in our summer season 1st May until 30th October we can add in furnished bell tents for extra guests. The rooms are all very spacious, have huge windows to the surrounding countryside. Each room is supplied with all linen, towels, hot water bottles, hairdryers, and water jugs. Central Heating & a log fires in the sitting room. Wood is provided and included in the price. Washing machine (washing powder and softner provided) Large Fridge, Freezer & Dishwasher Luxury towels, bedding and bathroom accessories, with extra's provided 50" TV, WiFi, and 3G (but we don’t think you’ll want it) Large catering BBQ (with gas supplied) & outdoor eating area (seating provided), set within large established garden, surrounded by fields and endless walking straight from the front door. (no need to get in your car) Children’s Wendy House and small play area Additional Extras available for hire on request. The price on airbnb is for 10 guests, but from May to October we can sleep more in the grounds in furnished immaculate bell tents or bringing their own tents. Please contact us to discuss. Camping areas - on request. Camping is available in the walled garden, down by the river, or in the garden and is exclusively for you to use. Pitches start at £55 per tent per night. Bell Tent Villages -If you are after something more luxurious the we have immaculate bell tents for adding on guests to your booking. These can be supplied on request, with booking links being set up online for your guests to book and pay directly. These are magical for large events or weddings. They come with wooden slatted bases and are really comfortable. Brochure and prices on request. Safari Tent. Nestled between the old barn walls, with a seating capacity for 120, this is a magical space that can be heated for special meals, event, celebrations or occasions. Hire price is based on the number of guests, what you need inside (from numbers of tables, chairs, heating etc) please contact us to discuss. Long Barn, with games, a bar and cinema. Seats 50 for sit down meal, or 90 standing. In house Catering can be supplied for private dining, corporate events, weddings and celebrations. Please contact us directly for prices and menus.
Eating Wilde Catering Team is available for hire. please contact us directly and in advance to discuss menus and costs. Alternatively there are plenty of places nearby to eat: 30mins Walk – The Baron of Beef, Pub in Bucknell 5min Drive – The Lion or Sun Inn, in Leintwardine 15min Drive – The Stagg in Titley 20min Drive – Thai Ludlow, French Pantry, CSONS Local Attractions Croft Castle Ludlow Castle Kington small breed and Owl centre Space observatory Horse riding - 2 very good stables nearby. Golf There are some stunning local clubs, we’ve listed our favourites: Kington Golf Club, Church Stretton Golf Club, Ludlow Golf Club. Horse Racing Just 15min drive from the house you will find the Ludlow Race Course. A great family race course, offering up race meets, once every 3 weeks during the national hunt season.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

10


Dormitoris

4

Knighton, Regne Unit

Little Hourstones (named after the adjacent field) is a bespoke and modern A Frame cabin set in a quiet corner of our idyllic organic farm. The interior is light and airy with everything that you might need for a short stay whilst the outside benefits from a fantastic veranda and private hot tub.
Little Hourstones is just a 5-8 minute walk from the centre of the market town of Kington where you can get all of your essentials: There are at least 8 pubs to choose from as well a supermarkets, cafes, coffee shops and other independents supplying everything from local cheeses to antiques.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Minicasa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

1

Herefordshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Furnished in a retro up cycled style. You have your own private patio area which houses the Sauna and Hot Tub for your sole use. You can also freely roam around our land with a lake stocked with trout. Goats , ponies and sheep Situated on Hereford/Shropshire border near Ludlow. Beautiful tranquil spot ideal for walks. Private Sauna + Hot Tub. Please note 1 week lets only during July, August, Easter, Christmas, New Year, Half-Term and Bank holidays.
A beautifully bright and airy space. Completely and expensively renovated in 2015 both inside and out. You have a large private patio and sole use of the hot tub and sauna. These are screened of giving total privacy whilst in use. You have views of the lake and complete freedom to roam around our land and enjoy our animals.
Dark night skies ideal for star watching. Peaceful quiet days and lots of walks available from the doorstep. A haven for wildlife with some notable sightings this year on our lake of an Osprey and an Egret. Daily sightings of Red Kites and resident Kingfishers. The village of Leintwardine is just over a mile away. Quiet but well served with pubs , restaurant and a brilliant shop. Of course we also have Shetland ponies, goats, ducks, sheep and lots of chickens. Our new sauna will be available from mid November 2015.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Allotjament agrícola


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Bucknell, Shropshire, Regne Unit

Set within twenty enchanted acres of private woodland and nestled beside a gently flowing stream, Glasnant is a country hideaway perfect for friends and families wanting to escape it all. This luxury self catering home in the hills above Hay on Wye gives large groups the chance to count shooting stars from the hot tub and snuggle up by the fire in the evening, a beautiful place to create lasting memories. Follow us on Instagram @glasnant
Whether it’s the old piano in the kitchen, the paintings and sculptures by local artists on the walls or the antique Indian window seat, this woodland retreat has rustic history and contemporary charm running throughout. Hidden within the trees and surrounded by peace and quiet, at Glasnant guests can escape the noise of the city and find the time to truly relax with friends and family. From afternoons filled with paddling in the stream to Champagne tasting on the bridge and evenings spent watching old movies in the cinema room all curled up by the fire; there's plenty to keep the young and old amused in all seasons. Inside Glasnant’s accommodation is shared between the main house and the courtyard. It’s seven bedrooms; two Super kings, two kings, two queens and a twin all have gorgeous plump pillows and crisp white linen bedding to ensure guests a dreamy night's sleep. The studio room is a private sanctuary with its green living wall and large stone bath where guests will bathe with the woodland canopy floating above them as they look up through the vast picture windows. The main house with its open-plan living space and big round table is a wonderful environment for groups to gather for a feast, and the cosy snug in the room beyond a great place to drift off with a book or play board games. Outside Just 15 minutes away is the world famous book town of Hay on Wye where you can walk the streets beneath the castle and discover galleries, bohemian cafes and artisan bakeries; it is the perfect place to while away a day and pick up supplies for that nights feast. For the more adventurous souls, who seek a retreat of the wild kind, there's plenty of country pursuits on offer including canoeing, horse riding, wild swimming and long hikes through the hills with their panoramic views of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Glasnant’s ancient woodland leads onto thousands of acres of moorlands, byways and green lanes so the opportunities for exploration are endless. Finally, after long country rambles as the sun begins to fade down, weary bodies can soak in the wood fired hot tub and gaze up at the stars, whilst others toast marshmallows and tell stories round the campfire. Practicalities The modern kitchen flaunts a double electric Smeg range cooker with gas hobs, a fridge freezer and dishwater. There is a separate walk-in pantry for storage with an additional fridge and microwave. A boot room with large drawers for shoe storage. Should guest need them there is a separate laundry room with washing machine, tumble dryer and additional dishwasher. And plenty of space to store muddy boots or towels for the hot tub. There is ample space for 8 cars to park on the drive. The water supply to the house is fed by a natural spring and is delicious!
The Book town of Hay-on- Wye is just 6miles away. Bryngwyn Riding school is a short walk from the house and from here you can take a guided hack across the surrounding hills. The small breeds farm, incredibly popular with kids and adults alike is a twenty minute drive. A visit to Hergest Croft gardens at Kington is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon and has a great cafe - also just twenty minutes drive.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

14


Dormitoris

7

Newchurch, Wales, Regne Unit

Cwm View is a Victorian semi-detached house on the Welsh, Herefordshire border. Only a short distance from Offa's Dyke path and numerous other walks on the doorstep. With a double and a twin room and a guest bathroom this is truly a home from home. We also have a guest lounge/dining room with a TV for guest use. Dogs welcome at prior approval (we do have a cat!!). Rate includes continental breakfast. Upgrade to a full English for an additional £4 per person, please email prior to arrival to book
This Victorian cottage has been lovingly restored with a beautiful garden with sunny spots to relax and enjoy the setting. Short walk to the river and town centre which has amenities such as shops pubs and restaurants.
Presteigne is a beautiful rural welsh town which hosts a wonderful classical music festival each year and also a family festival, Sheep Music. Based on the Offa's Dyke path, there are wonderful walks and it is only a short drive from the Offa's Dyke Centre in Knighton. Lovely location for walkers, couples and families.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

2

Herefordshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

The flat is a fully equipped, self contained, private part of a larger house. It has been finished to a high specification and includes a spacious bedroom, kitchen/diner, shower/toilet room, and hallway. It also has a private outside patio/garden some of which is a covered area. There is no charge for one child under the age of 16 when accompanied by an adult so you do not have to include him/her in the number of people when booking.
Privacy is important to most people. Whilst the ground floor flat is part of a larger grade 2 listed building it has been designed to ensure that visitors have privacy. It has its own separate entrance, outside patio/garden space, and is separated from the rest of the house by a locked door. Heavy curtains and sound absorbing boards either side of that door help to increase 'sound privacy'. The bedroom has a good quality comfortable full sized double bed with an option of using mattress toppers for those who prefer a softer touch. There is also a fold down single futon, and again with a mattress topper for additional comfort. Both the external and internal space has been tastefully decorated and restored. The kitchen/diner area has all the usual home features including a small electric cooker with oven, a micro wave oven, sink, fridge, toaster, kettle, central heating gas boiler, iron, hair dryer and is fully equipped with pots/pans/crockery, cutlery, coffee makers, etc.
Presteigne is one of those special locations that has remained largely unchanged for many years. A rural location on the border of Mid Wales and England means that it has escaped many of the not so good 'developments' of recent times. It's a small historic town that is surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are many places of interest within the area including other historic towns such as Hay on Wye and Ludlow, as well as wonderful mountain ranges such as the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains. The route of the 8th century Offas Dyke passes nearby. The 'flat' is situated in the conservation area close to the centre of the town (about a two minute walk). If you prefer going out for meals, the town centre has a wide choice of cafes including the recent 'Moroccan' addition.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

3


Dormitoris

1

Presteigne, Regne Unit

Apartament sencer2 llits
Wood cutters flat
Preu:€39/nit
214 avaluacions
Superhost
A restored outbuilding adjacent to a Georgian house up a private lane just one mile outside Presteigne; this comfortable 2 bedroom self-contained space offers privacy, peace, modern facilities and lovely views from balconies on each end.
A timber-built former wood-drying shed featuring high ceilings and a lovely rich red cedar floor, this place has central heating as well as a wood-burning stove, modern bathroom with huge walk-in shower, and kitchen with ceramic hob and oven. Although it is adjacent to the main house it is separate and very private. One bedroom has an king size bed and the other a double; there is also a fold-out floor sofa/mattress which we can provide bed-linen for if requested. Plus travel cot is available on request. There is a TV, iPlayer, DVD player, and facility for playing audio from your mp3 player or phone.
Beautiful part of the Welsh borders close to Offa's Dyke. Presteigne is an ancient market town steeped in history with an award-winning small museum and a lively music scene. We are situated on the edge of the forest and there are many beautiful walks from the house.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Xalet


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Presteigne, Wales, Regne Unit

Xalet sencer2 llits
Emma's House
Preu:€67/nit
123 avaluacions
Superhost

Allotjaments populars

Allotjaments populars
Brand new, private, self-contained, open-plan lodge in Knighton on the Offas Dyke & Heart of Wales line. This single storey, self-catering cabin backs on to peaceful woodland and is ideally placed for exploring the Powys/Shropshire countryside, for visiting many local and historical towns and villages. Head east for Ludlow with its 11C Castle and gastronomic delights, up to Church Stetton nicknamed “little Switzerland”. West for the breath taking Elan Valley and South to literary gem Hay on Wye.
Your very own private space including bedroom, kitchen, lounge, shower room and garden. Breakfast items provided on your first night. Fully equipped kitchen to prepare supper or a short walk to Pubs; Horse & Jockey, The Banc, George & Dragon. Order a takeaway; indian, chinese, fish & chips or kebab.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Caseta per a convidats


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Shropshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Situated in the quaint town of Kington and directly on Offa's Dyke path, the cabin is nestled away beneath Castle Hill and sits in a beautiful location alongside Back Brook. Centrally located to all the amazing sites, villages and towns that Herefordshire and the surrounding borders have to offer. You will be able to make the most of your stay whether you are looking for a physical pursuit, historical adventure or you just want a peaceful vacation, this timeless county has it all.
The cabin is solid wood which is fully insulated with double glazed windows and electric heating. It has a decked balcony with bistro table and chairs. Located in our cottage grounds, overlooking the fruit tree and perennial garden which is met by the gradient of Castle hill & its age old trees, providing a lovely secluded feel. There is a double bed with linen, table and chairs, cabinet and cloakroom. Microwave, Kettle, toaster, crockery, cutlery and a clay pot refrigerator are provided. The cabin is lockable & equipped with a smoke alarm, fire extinguisher, Super-fast WiFi & TV. The recently refurbished toilet/shower room is located at the rear of the cottage but is separate with its own entrance and key. It is short walk away with remote control external lighting. Towels and basic toiletries are provided. There is an electric radiator useful for drying wet clothes, towels etc. Kitchen area - There is a new outside (under cover) cooking area with Gas twin hob and grill. Pots, pans and utensils are provided. There is also a small BBQ/ fire Pitt for your use. As the cottage runs along side the brook there is no direct parking, however there a various parking places all within a small walking distance. A map and directions will be provided. There is also a waterfall adjacent to the cottage and a footbridge across the brook to the A44. Please let us know if you need to secure any bikes or any other outdoor equipment as provisions can be made for this. It is also possible to rent mountain bikes and or a Canadian canoe during your visit.
Herefordshire and the surrounding borders offer attractive town & villages steeped in history, fantastic eateries, pubs, local produce and arts and crafts markets. Hergest Ridge is a short hike away, where you will find amazing views of the black mountains and Welsh Marches. Kington town is a 7 min walk where you will find a walking hub, tourist info, cafe's, pubs, delicatessen, Museum, art gallery and various other shops along the high street. If you are looking for a day trip with a bit more bustle then Hereford and its Cathedral is 20 miles away or for a more quirky day out then Hay on Wye can be found 12 miles away, famous for its bookshops and literary festival. If you love antiques then Leominster is definitely worth a visit. If you are interested in history then there is a local museum and the Hereford black and white tour is extremely popular.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Cabana


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Herefordshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Cabana1 llit
Rock Cabin
Preu:€39/nit
53 avaluacions
Superhost
"The Smithy" is a 17th C Blacksmiths Barn, converted to a high-end standard .There is a large dual aspect beamed vaulted ceiling in the living room,a log burner, leather sofa, pine table and chairs, free wi fi and Sony TV. There is a cosy bedroom with a 5ft brass bed, a high spec bathroom - with deep bath, rain soak shower and heated floor. Last but not least, the modern fitted kitchen has everything you will require for your culinary needs.A secluded garden with fire pit and seats to stargaze.
We also leave complimentary breakfast items out to enhance your stay. One behaved dog is allowed but there is an extra charge payable of £20 per night. We are very central for visiting the area. Pembridge and Presteigne are 5 drive mins away, Kington - 10 mins, Leominster - 20 mins, Ludlow/Hay on Wye/ Hereford - 30mins, & Ledbury - 60mins. We are in an area renowned for many stunning local attractions - The Kington Walking Festival, The Literary Festival at Hay on Wye, The Black And White Trail, Hampton Court, Numerous Farmers Markets, Antique Shops, Chase Gin Distillery, Cider Makers & Multiple National Trust properties.
We are fortunate to be surrounded by stunning scenery, walking trails & award winning eating establishments. The Mortimer trail can be accessed directly from the property, as can the Medieval 2,500 yr old Wapley Hill Fort. On reaching the Fort you can enjoy stunning views of the Malvern Hills and Famous Brecon Beacons. We are also fortunate to be surrounded by an abundance of stunning wildlife. You will almost certainly encounter - pheasants, deer, owls and even the odd turkey in the woods ! The Stag Inn at Titley is just up the road which has won numerous awards over the years, including a Michelin Star. The Cider Barn at Pembridge is also another wonderful Barn to eat at. If you wish to go a little further The Harp Inn at Old Radnor is a typical traditional pub which serves wholesome fare. All the above get very busy we highly recommend booking in advance.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Graner


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Stansbatch, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Town & Country House perfect for larger groups 5 double bedrooms Lounge wood burner 2 sofa beds Dining room snug sofa bed Games room sofa bed Well equipped kitchen breakfast room Enclosed garden patio dining Space l to enjoy quality time Presteigne ancient town boasts a fine range independent shops pubs and restaurants Visit castles and gardens Playbarns Go Kart racing Rally Driving Shooting Flying Horse Riding Golf Fishing Orienteering Pamper & massage sessions Gourmet catering Walks
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

16


Dormitoris

5

Presteigne, Regne Unit

New eco friendly house in large garden. Home grown produce in season and fresh eggs from our own free range hens. Situated in centre of friendly town on the Welsh borders which hosts a range of cultural events. 30 minute scenic drive from Hay on Wye.
Self built eco house in large garden with parking. The house has a central oak frame with a gallery area and bi-fold doors opening onto the garden. It is heated by an air source heat pump, which runs the under floor heating, and a log burner. Solar panels generate the electricity to heat the water.
Easy access to shops and amenities. Walks and cycle rides on the doorstep.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Presteigne, Wales, Regne Unit

Private room1 llit
Golwg yr Eglwys
Preu:€40/nit
67 avaluacions
Superhost
This first floor studio flat in a Welsh working hill farmhouse is set in outstanding countryside with many footpaths and spectacular scenery all round. The perfect place to get away from it all. Just sit back and enjoy the sound of nature. Or if your a bit more adventurous the 10th century church of St Marys and the remains of a saxon castle, Offas dyke 1 mile away and Glendwr way 3 miles away , the market towns of Presteigne and Knighton 5 miles and the Elan valley worth a drive 20 miles
Garden bbq area
Pilleth is famous for the battle of 1402 glendwr V's mortimer, the 10 century church of St Marys and the remains of a saxon castle and it's peacefulness.
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Whitton, Wales, Regne Unit

Our eco house is a relaxed and comfortable place to stay in the beautiful & unspoilt Welsh Borders. We have a large garden growing most of our fruit & vegetables, our own chickens and provide free cider while stocks last. Please understand that we are a traditional bed and breakfast establishment. I know that the listing states that a whole flat or house is available, it is not. Unfortunately AirB&B insist that we put this otherwise it on will only list one bedroom.
A comfortable and relaxed place to stay in the centre of the beautiful and un spoilt Welsh Borders. Snowdonia, the Black Mountains, the Cotswolds and Stratford Upon Avon are within a reasonable travelling distance, with the historic towns of Ludlow, Hay on Wye, Hereford, Shrewsbury and Worcester even closer. Accommodation in our Eco House (we are self sufficient in electricity) allows up to four guests with another room available for friends or children. We have a large well-tended garden, stocked with vegetables, fruit and flowers and eggs from our chickens providing an especially appealing backdrop for al fresco meals in the warmer weather. Evening meals and packed lunches are available by prior arrangement. We provide free home made cider while stocks last. Directions Norton is situated one mile from Presteigne on the B4355 Detailed directions on application. We offer a baggage transfer service within a 30 mile radius of Corte Cottage at rate of 60p per mile for guests and for non-residents.
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Bed and breakfast


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Norton, Regne Unit

The original house was built in the 1712 as a small cottage however only the fireplace and some stone walls remain. The house has been added to over the years mostly using reclaimed oak. There are about 5 acres of grounds consisting of gardens, fields, wood, ponds and streams. The river Arrow borders our fields with a weir a short distance away on a public footpath. April to October is a good time for wildfowl with swans, canada geese, mallards, herons and coots joining our resident moorhens.
The two double bedrooms are situated in their own distinct area of the house with their own staircase, bathroom and landing/sitting area. Bedroom 1 & 2 are adjacent to one another and share a bathroom. This area can be used by families with the option of putting a additional single bed in the sitting area. If a couple book the room then it would be for sole use. Bedroom 3 has a bathroom with a bath and access to a shower room downstairs if required. Guests have access to the gardens and ponds. Continental breakfast can be taken in the dining room . Guests can use the kitchen to prepare beverages. During Summer months there is access to seating outside including a Summer House by the ponds.
Pembridge, on the Black and White Village trail is the nearest town and about 3 miles away. It has a couple of pubs, restaurant, two tearooms, a farm shop and art gallery. Kington is about 5 miles away and is a larger town with facilities such as cash machines, petrol garage, supermarkets, individual shops , tourist information, pubs and restaurants. It is also a walking hub with access to various walking trails such as Offas Dyke, Mortimer, Herefordshire and the Arrow Valley walk. Hay on Wye, Ludlow and the Brecon Beacons are not too far away. Their are plenty of local pubs and restaurants in the nearby villages. Their are a number of National Trust and other privately owned Stately Homes and gardens in the area. The Herefordshire Powys border meanders in and out and the nearest to Welsh town Prestigne is about 5 miles away.
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Staunton on Arrow, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Nestled in fabulous walking country with attractive towns & villages, superb pubs and tranquil open spaces all within easy distance. The views are glorious, overlooking wooded hills with the Black Mountains beyond. Hay on Wye with its bookshops and literary festival is 8 miles away. Hereford & its cathedral is within 14 miles. A warm welcome awaits couples, solo adventurers, cyclists, walkers, road trippers and anyone who relishes a recuperative rest in a tranquil and friendly place.
The Summer House is a pleasant 12ftx12ft wooden hut with a 6ftx12ft veranda and decking. There is a bistro table with chairs. The Summer House is situated in my 1/3 of an acre of garden. The garden is slightly overgrown, though purposely left wild in places! Raspberries and blackberries to pick when in season. Inside there is a king size bed, 10.5 tog duvet, four pillows and a spare blanket. All bed linen and sets of towels are provided. There is a table with sets of crockery and cutlery together with kettle, toaster and jars of tea and coffee. Fresh milk and water in bottles. Hanging rail with hangers; two bedside tables with lamps; 1500w Dimplex electric radiator. Two bistro seats, easy chair and cushion. Curtains and carpets. Lock on the door. The loo, wash basin and shower are in the extension to my house. It is for your own use - not shared with me or anyone else. It is 50yds across the garden and down a few steps - so not attached to the Summer House. Sensor lights turn on as you walk and I provide a torch. The sliding door into the extension remains open all night. In the main house's extension, by the shower room, there is a space for your use with a worktable and chair. Mini fridge. Wifi access is strong here, whereas it can be weak in the Summer House itself. This space can be used as a drying room for your wet clothes after a day in the mountains and hills. To the side of the main house is a gated driveway. This is for your own use - I park on the other side of the house, leaving you with free access in and out at all times. There are lockable sheds and garages for cycles and equipment. NB - Wifi is very slow after 5pm at the moment! Then again, perhaps it's nice to get away from such newfangled inventions!
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Cabana


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2


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1

Eardisley, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

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Sunny Summer House
Preu:€31/nit
143 avaluacions
Superhost
A cosy, rustic retreat in the heart of stunning Borders countryside. We are able to provide a contact free check-in and check-out. We live in a property adjacent, but at some distances to the property. Enjoy amazing stars at night and fresh eggs from our own hens for breakfast if we're around. Wake up to bird song and beautiful views. The Granary was the grain barn for our 16th-century farmhouse, The Crooked House, right across the way.
The Granary is an "off-grid" experience. There is no central heating and the wifi can be patchy. That being said it has a cracking wood-burner (an oil heater too) and you wake up to a view of the Peachery, veg garden, and our pedigree flock of Ouessant Sheep -the smallest sheep in the world! There isn't a television, but it's stocked full of books. There are a Bluetooth speaker and radio, though. The Granary is bijoux and charming. It has two bedrooms, one very large with super king bed and other quite petite with a double bed. You have a first-floor porch off the main bedroom perfect for surveying the surrounding countryside. The kitchen is well stocked with a kettle, toaster, and pod coffee machine. There's a fridge and a gas cooker. If you want any particular utensils during your stay, please don't hesitate to ask and I'm happy to put it in if I have it. The water is spring water that comes through on an eccentric gravity-based system that works surprisingly well. For drinking water, please use the kitchen tap as it has a UV filter.
Lingen is the nearest village, about a 5-minute drive or 25-minute walk away. It has a fantastic pub, The Royal George, which serves real ale and home-cooked food Tuesday to Saturday evening plus Sunday lunch. Presteigne is the nearest town, about 15-minute drive away. It has a good array of shops, most of them independent, and a SPAR which is open until 9:30pm all evenings. Ludlow is a half hour drive north. Its is celebrated for its black and white architecture and has many amentities. If you're looking for something pariticular, just ask!
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Casa rural


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3


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Brierley Hill, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

West-facing, small double room has great views of town & hills. It is in a central townhouse with 360 views & light. It has a sofabed & a single, to suit twin, couple or family The flat comprises the whole 2nd floor. It has 2 bookable rooms and a textiles studio. Central lounge is a natural meeting spot - great for a singalong! The kitchen has a large table to gather at too. Fresh, quirky homely decor. Bus 100m. Train 200m. Parking close by is free overnight, pay & display in the day.
The views, the proximity to everything, the whacky Landing Lounge, the big kitchen and the light coming in all round are the features of this lovely flat. I look forward to sharing it with you
Offas Dyke the 8th century border of Wales with England, and its walking trail runs right through Knighton, as does Glyndwrs Way. Knighton is a mixture of Farming market town, Walkers' destination, artsy Welsh border town and Gateway to Wales on Offa's 8th century Dyke and the Heart of Wales trainline.
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Private room


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Pis


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3


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Powys, Wales, Regne Unit

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A Weaver's Welcome - West Room
Preu:€30/nit
2 avaluacions
Superhost
Stonewood Cottage is in a quiet, secluded spot very close to the town’s amenities. It is tricky to locate by postcode only so look at the Directions section! This is walkers' country, with several national trails starting, finishing or passing through the town, Offa’s Dyke Path being one. The river fishing is spectacular on the Wye and the Severn. Kington is a small market town on the Welsh borders and it has several pubs, cafes and takeaways plus a walking shop
You can park outside the cottage but the access is narrow and rather steep so we advise that you initially park close by (free), call us and we will come to meet you and show you where we are. Details are in the Directions section, available after you book.
Offa's Dyke Trail comes through Kington which lies between Hay on Wye and Knighton on the route. Hergest Ridge is a half hour walk away from our doorstep. Herefordshire Trail, Glydwr's Way, the Wyche Way, the Mortimer Trail all pass through Kington. Kington Walking Festivals, April 12th to 14th and September 19th to 22nd in 2019 are very popular and well attended events, as are the two Hay-on-Wye literary festivals. We are one minute’s walk from the Oxford Arms which serves food most days. Cloud 9 Spa and pool are available at the Burton Hotel if you fancy a bit of pampering.
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Herefordshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Newly refurbished ground floor annex room with own front door and small attached private shower room, in lovely village location. Comfortable room overlooking garden. The room comprises of a standard double bed, dinning area with fridge, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Includes continental breakfast with Lingen Barn preserves and cereal. The village benefits from friendly pub with good quality home cooked food. There are many footpaths in the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Our home is on a small road running down the side of the brook.
The ancient village of Lingen, is mentioned in the Domesday book and lies in the wooded Herefordshire hills in the Welsh Marches and is surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside. The historic small town of Presteigne, also know as the gateway to Mid Wales, is only five miles away and boasts the award winning attraction The Judge's Lodging as well as many shops, pubs and restaurants. Presteigne also plays host to art and musical festivals during the year. There are lovely walks on the Mortimer Trail, Offa's Dyke, Croft Ambrey and the quiet valleys of the Lugg, Teme and Clun. Visit the market town of Hay on Wye with its book shops, the city of Hereford with its Norman cathedral housing the Mappa Mundi, and discover Britain's loveliest medieval town of Ludlow with its 13th century castle, riverside walks and famous food and cultural festivals. Follow the black and white trail through pretty villages such as Pembridge and visit Radnor Forest which offers an abundance of walks and cycle rides. The National Trust properties of Croft Castle and Berrington Hall are under 30 minutes away with the privately owned Hampton Court Castle and Hergest Croft also nearby. There are a number of very good pubs to eat at, that are very close by. This is a beautiful and unspoilt area offering something for everyone at any time of the year.
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Private room


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Suite amb entrada independent


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2


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Lingen, Bucknell, Regne Unit

Cwm View is a Victorian cottage nestled on the edge of town within easy walking distance to local amenities. The rooms have been sympathetically decorated to the character of the cottage. Lovely walks from the front door.
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Private room


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Bed and breakfast


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2


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2

Presteigne, Regne Unit

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Cwm View Twin Room
Preu:€34/nit
1 avaluació
Superhost
Our Annex is a modern studio, fully equipped for a relaxing stay in a beautiful location. Perfect as a romantic retreat or somewhere to write or draw you'll be close to wonderful walks and magical places guaranteed to inspire. The Welsh coast is only a train ride away and the towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow are easily accessible. Sit and enjoy the gentle sounds of the river and listen to an array of birds. Returning at dusk you are guaranteed to be welcomed home by the sound of owls hooting.
The Annex is a modern studio with small kitchen and separate shower room. There is a decked area outside exclusively for guests but you are welcome to use the entire outdoor area which includes a barbecue and pizza oven. This really is a location where you will want to be outside. The Annex has a high end sofa bed which we are happy to make up for you, especially if you are going to be arriving late. The bifold doors and velux windows mean you can sleep in comfort under the stars and listen to the forest at night. We're located a short walk from Knighton Town centre with shops and places to eat. Knighton Station is just at the end of the road.
Living here is like being on holiday every day. No matter how stressful work might be it all ebbs away when we come through our gate. We hope you'll feel the same about it too. This really is the perfect spot for rest and relaxation but is also a great base for exploring both Shropshire and Wales. There is so much to see and do within a short drive or train ride. If you're on a business trip its a comfy, clean and quiet stopover, giving you space to reflect on meetings, catch up with paperwork or simply chill out. We also think this is a great location for getting creative. If you feel your muse has left you this could be the place to rediscover I.
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Suite amb entrada independent


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2


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0

Shropshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

A self contained 3 room maisonette with galley kitchen and shower in a 17th & 18th century building with panelling and vaulted ceiling, just across the Lugg Bridge in Presteigne, suitable for a couple, two single people and a baby. All the ingredients for a continental or full English breakfast are provided, and there are full cooking facilities. Sorry no pets.
This historic stone building, built in the 17th century, with 18th century vaulted ceiling and panelling lies by the River Lugg, the ancient border between England and Wales. It has 2 bedrooms, the Vaulted Room with a UK King size (150 cm wide) bed and cot (72 x 138cm), and the adjoining Panelled Room with two 90cm standard single beds. Access to the double room is via the twin room. All beds have good new mattresses. Our furniture is traditional, in keeping with the historic nature of the building. We have installed a WiFi booster which gives a very good signal.
Presteigne is the capital of Radnorshire, and is surrounded by beautiful hills with many walls including the Offa's Dyke Path.
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5


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Presteigne, Powys, Regne Unit

The Chilman's welcome you to this traditional mixed farm, just over the Welsh Border. Llanelwedd (The Royal Welsh Showground) is just 30 minutes away and 5 minutes from Presteigne, home to the prestigious music festival; Ludlow and Hay-on-Wye are also nearby. We are lucky enough to live in a beautiful part of the world and as you can see from the photos we offer you a king size bedroom with en-suite bath and wc. Enjoy the gardens, tennis court, private sitting room, continental breakfast.
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Private room


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Bungalou


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2


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Herefordshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

If you want to get away from it all this Single room cabin is located in a remote mid Wales. This working hill farm has Outstanding views all round with lots of footpaths and bridle ways or you can just sit back and enjoy the sound of nature. With the 10th century church of St Marys and the battle site of 1402 and a the remains of a Saxon castle all within walking distance. The market towns of Presteigne and Knighton 5 miles for supplies or eating out and the Elan Valley 20 miles away.
Quiet peaceful away from it all
Friendly people just ask.
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Cabana


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2


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1

Whitton, Wales, Regne Unit

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Roost Retreat
Preu:€50/nit
15 avaluacions
Superhost
A warm welcome awaits you in this 17th century beamed property, conveniently situated on the High Street. We offer spacious, comfortable ensuite accommodation with super king sized extra long (6ft 6") beds which can be transformed into twin beds on request. This room is on the second floor reached by stairs and the bathroom has a bath and shower. Free WiFi and TV.
Heritage House is a perfect rural retreat for two. This tastefully converted shop with upper floors retains many of its original features. The ground floor is a delightful pizzeria called doughboys which opens all year round. Access to the room is from the rear courtyard. Go through the courtyard to the rear door of the property. Through the door you'll follow the corridor to the staircase. The staircase leads you to the first floor. At the top of the stairs follow the corridor round to the next staircase which will lead you to the secure bedroom door. The double bed is extra long and comfortable. The room is warm and carpeted, with a bedside units, wardrobe, suitcase stand and table with the TV and tea making facilities. There is an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The whole building is well insulated timber clad accommodation with gas central heating. The property sits on Kington High Street just off the centre line of this quaint little market town, where all the necessary day to day shopping can be done. Hergest Ridge where the Offa's Dyke Foot Path runs is nearby. Hergest Croft Gardens are with in walking distance and its great to wander around and see the Rhododendrons and Azaleas flowering in the Spring and admire the changing colours during the seasons. The Small Breeds Owl and Farm Park is nearby and is one of the county’s top attractions. Hergest Croft Gardens in Kington must be visited. The Black and White villages of Herefordshire are a few minutes drive away. Hereford, Hay on Wye and Ludlow are all within a half hour’s drive away. Golf: Kington boasts the highest golf course in England. Walking. Kington sits on the Offa’s Dyke trail and there is also a network of well waymarked footpaths. The walking festival takes place in September every year. Dining: Apart from the good facilities in Kington itself, there are many top dining pubs within a few miles of the town, including the Michelin star rated Stagg Inn at Titley.
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Casa unifamiliar


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2


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1

Hereford, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

The Loft is a flat annexed to our beautiful stone barn conversion set in four acres of garden. Upstairs it has comfortable double and single bedrooms, separate shower room, kitchen/diner and sitting room, with views over the Shobdon Forest. Downstairs there's an entrance hall, a large wrap-around carpeted conservatory with doors to the garden, plus a utility room with second loo. Ideally based for walking, local food, literary festivals, the Black & White Trail and surrounding countryside.
The Loft is an annexe to our stone barn conversion, with its own front door. Set in four acres of landscaped gardens, with an area set aside for the exclusive and private use by our guests.
We live in a beautiful part of the country, with some of the best food and local produce -- often supplied to top London restaurants and nationwide supermarkets -- on our doorstep, at remarkably good prices. We also have fantastic restaurants, pubs, cafes and specialist food outlets rated among the best in the county. If that wasn't enough we're surrounded by history, picture-postcard villages and our local church, just a few hundred yards away, is one of the finest in the country with its unique 'Strawberry Hill Gothic' style interior. We have beautiful towns, such as Hay-on-Wye and Ludlow, as well as the lovely city of Hereford within easy driving distance. The countryside is superb, with orchards and fruit farms as well as our world-famous Hereford cattle alongside rivers and streams. We have lovely walks from the property while for more serious walkers Wales, Offa's Dyke and the Shropshire hills are all very accessible.
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Pis


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3


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2

Herefordshire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Oak view is a detached self catering cottage that accomodates 4 comfortably, it is situated in the heart of the small historic market town of Presteigne. The cottage lies within a 1 minute walk from the town which boasts plenty of shops, restaurants/pubs etc. One small well behaved dog considered, please enquire prior to booking. Parking for 2 vehicles on the private drive in front of the property.
Oak view is a detached self-catering cottage situated in the heart of the small historic market town of Presteigne. The cottage sleeps 4 comfortably, an additional bed can be made up in the master bedroom for a child if required but please ensure that this is requested prior to confirming the booking. The cottage lies within a 1 minute walk from the town which boasts plenty of shops, restaurants/pubs, tea room, wine bar, library, tourist information centre, sports centre with swimming pool. Whilst having a central location it retains privacy and peacefulness, ideal for families or couples. Ground floor On the ground floor there is an entrance hall with a cosy living room off to the left, a large cloakroom can be found on the right; the hall leads through to a well equipped kitchen and dining area with views to the pretty garden at the rear. 1st floor A flight of stairs from the entrance hall takes you to the 1st floor where you will find two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is at the front of the property and boasts a king size bed with far reaching views of Presteigne. Bedroom two has two single beds with views across to the historic warden, a wooded park set around a 12th-century motte and bailey castle that provides an enjoyable walk with wonderful views across Radnorshire, an extra bed is available for a child upon request for bedroom 1. Next to bedroom 2 you will find a large newly fitted shower room and toilet. Outside Outside there is a small tiered cottage garden with a raised deck area that takes advantage of the wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Outdoor garden furniture, including a bbq, are provided for our guests to enjoy. At the front of the property there is a seating area where you can enjoy morning coffee whilst enjoying the countryside views or simply watching the town wake up from its slumber. Private off road parking for 2 cars is situated directly outside of the property. One small well behaved dog will be considered, please enquire prior to booking. The cottage is only suitable for one small well behaved dog. We have a strict Non-smoking policy at Oak View. We like to ensure that all of our guests are able to enjoy a smoke free environment during their stay. Available upon request: Travel cot please bring your own cot bedding High chair, Stair gate, If you have any specific requirements then please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our upmost to accommodate your requests.
Local information Presteigne, (Llanandras in Welsh), was once the county town of Radnorshire and nestles at the heart of the Marches on the border of Wales and England. Surrounded by devastatingly beautiful, unspoilt countryside, this thriving border town has many unique qualities that make it both a perfect destination and a base from which to explore. Set alongside the river Lugg, at the corner of the three counties of Shropshire, Herefordshire and Powys, it is within a short drive from Hay on Wye, Hereford, Ludlow and Shrewsbury. Just over an hour and a half from Birmingham and the beautiful coastline of West Wales, it would be difficult to find a better place to stay for easy access to the rich variety of experiences necessary for a rewarding break. There’s always something on hand, or within easy reach, to treat the whole family Presteigne has been voted one of the top 10 towns in Britain by Country Life magazine. The reason for this award is obvious, as the town boasts an array of black and white timbered buildings, narrow streets, individual shops, tea rooms and traditional pubs as well as the award-winning Judges’ Lodgings, a Victorian museum complete with stunning judges’ apartments, servants’ quarters, courtroom and cells. The town plays hosts to music and arts festivals throughout the year as well as a monthly farmers market. Local activities Horse riding is available nearby. Guided walks Bowling Green There is also a well-equipped sports centre located in Presteigne, including a swimming pool, should you be feeling energetic. For details on local events please visit presteigne.org.uk or visit the local tourist information office which is situated at the Judges Lodgings, Broad Street, Presteigne. A short drive away you will find the small town of Kington, well regarded as a centre for walking, it is celebrated by visitors for its lovely scenery and excellent walking and cycling in the surrounding rolling hills. This quiet, pleasant town also offers a number of excellent shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a variety of tourist attractions close by including the Kington Small Breed Farm Park and Owl Centre, the pretty blooms at the Hergest Croft Gardens and Radnor Hill, which boasts England’s highest golf course. Pay a visit to Ludlow that boasts a magnificent castle, over 500 listed buildings and stunning medieval street pattern, provides a fascinating backdrop for the town’s regular street markets, showcasing a range of goods - from cheeses and fresh produce to books and local crafts. Take a day trip to the town of books, Hay-on-Wye, or the pretty market town of Leominster or Hereford with its cathedral home to the Mappi Mundi world map. There is plenty to do and see or you could just unwind, relax and enjoy the cottage together with the local atmosphere of our pretty town.
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Casa rural


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4


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2

Powys, Wales, Regne Unit

Stay in a beautiful Shepherd's Hut with stunning views over the valley. Footpaths radiate from the door and stunning market towns are a stones throw away.
The Shepherd's Hut comfortably sleeps 2 adults. 2 fold out camping beds can be provided for 2 additional guests on request. Full size double bed with deluxe mattress Complimentary ingredients for first mornings cooked breakfast supplied Undercover kitchen (gas hob) & Kotlich (wood), fridge Wood fuel is supplied Bedding, linen & towels provided Hot gas shower Electricity provided by solar panels powering lights and 12 V sockets (cigarette lighter type) Maps, games, binoculars Wifi is available on site The hut is at the top of the slope - 2 mins walk from the on site car area
The Shepherd's hut is perched along the rolling hills of Radnorshire - a stunning location to explore the countryside & discover the popular market towns nearby. If you love walking you'll love this area. With an impressive rights of way network & plenty of open hills to wander, Radnorshire is hard to beat. Seven minutes walk from the front door is Offas Dyke National Trail. This 177 mile route along the old English-Welsh border has been named by the Lonely Planet guide as one of the world's top 10 wall walks, alongside Hadrians Wall and the Great Wall of China. Along with fabulous biking & walking terrain, Presteigne has a leisure centre, swimming pool, tennis courts, playground, nature reserve & riverside walk. It is a true market town with fantastic veg shops, fresh fish, wonderful wine bar, butcher, baker & deli. The general area has many art galleries, gorgeous gardens and fantastic places to eat.
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Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


Capacitat

4


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1

Presteigne, Powys, Regne Unit

A charming Grade II listed townhouse in the small market town of Knighton, Powys. The property is situated in one of the oldest and quaintest parts of the town and is very close to all the local amenities. Knighton is a perfect base for walkers and country lovers alike and also for people wanting a "Get away from it all break". The house is a couple of minutes walk away from the famous Offa's Dyke Centre and path and the outstanding Mid Wales scenery. NEW* Well pehaved dog allowed :)
The house is laid out over three levels and has bags of character. Built circa 1800 it has beams, stone walls and a wood burning stove in the sitting room. This gives the property a lovely, cosy ambience. On the ground floor there is an entrance lobby, sitting room with a sofa bed and the kitchen. On the first floor, there is a single bedroom and bathroom. The open plan master bedroom is on the second floor. In fine weather there is a small patio at the rear for sitting out on.
Knighton has many places to eat and socialise. Some of which include the Banc Wine Bar, the Horse and Jockey, the George Pub and Restaurant and Watson's Microbrewery. There is also a local Indian restaurant where you can take your own beverages and a Chinese take-away and a Fish and chip shop just around the corner. In terms of local places to visit, Powys Castle should definitely be on the to do list as well as the Hall at Abbey Cwm Hir (booking required), visiting the Brecon Beacons and walking parts of the Offa's Dyke Path. Also the Judge's Lodging in Presteigne, the book town of Hay on Wye, the foodie town of Ludlow and Builth Wells (the site of the Royal Welsh Show) are all within reasonable travelling distance. . Mid Wales is known for its stunning scenery and tranquil atmosphere making it a perfect place to unwind!
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Casa unifamiliar


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Powys, Wales, Regne Unit

Large, light, quiet, east-facing double room in a central townhouse with 360 views & light. A child's bed can be added. The flat comprises the whole 2nd floor It has two bookable rooms & a textiles studio. Central lounge is a natural meeting spot - great for a singalong! The kitchen has a large table to gather at too Fresh, quirky homely decor Bus 100m. Train 200m Parking close by is free overnight, pay & display in the day.
The views, the proximity to everything, the whacky Landing Lounge, the big kitchen, the weaving studio and the light coming in all round are the features of this lovely flat. I look forward to sharing it with you.
Offas Dyke the 8th century border of Wales with England, and its walking trail runs right through Knighton, as does Glyndwrs Way. Knighton is a mixture of Farming market town, Walkers' destination, artsy Welsh border town and Gateway to Wales on Offa's 8th century Dyke and the Heart of Wales trainline.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

3


Dormitoris

1

Powys, Wales, Regne Unit

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