Oozing character and old-world charm, this impressive and spacious property is the ideal base for exploring the beautiful Wye Valley and surrounding mountains.
Perfect for sociable adventurers and tail chasers, grab family and friends and escape to the country. With plenty of space for games both indoors and out, try your hand at a game of billiards in the games room, before lacing up and enjoying a kick around with your competitive canine. Set in the Black Mountains, this home boasts spectacular far-reaching views, giving you a taste of the explorations to come.
Climb steps to make your way through to the ground floor where you will find three of four bedrooms. Unpack your belongings and make your way upstairs to stock the cupboards full of treats and goodies. The kitchen has a handy island and breakfast bar so there is plenty for space for everyone to help feed hungry tummies post adventure. Take a plate over to the dining table, or step through the French doors and incite trotting paws out too, so you can dine alfresco on the decked balcony with all the family. If it’s not the perfect weather for sundowner evenings, cosy up in the lounge where fluffy tails can keep warm by the wood burner as you delve into a book from the library. The rear porch is perfect for dumping muddy boots and towelling down soggy fur, whilst a bathroom on each floor means you can freshen up with ease.
A trip to Hay-on-Wye (2.5 miles) is a great way to start the day. Wander the River Wye, sit down at a dog-friendly pub, and visit The Warren, a shingle beach perfect for paddling and picnicking or tucking into a tasty treat. The Warren is a top place to meet if any of your gang want to canoe from Glasbury (3.5 miles) to Hay-on-Wye. A 12-mile trip to Llangorse Lake offers a variety of activities and further opportunity for a soggy stick chase.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.