The Cottage At Lawless Hill

4

£187-319 per night (minimum 3) as of 2/8/23

BEAUTIFUL HEREFORDSHIRE HIDEAWAY - The Cottage at Lawless Hill is an utterly charming and romantic stay for 2 in the lush countryside of Herefordshire. With its dreamy location overlooking the river near Ross-on-Wye, you can start your day with a refreshing dip from the swimming beach or enjoy the scenery while luxuriating in the outdoor bath on your private deck, set amongst the trees. Inside you'll find a crisp, stylish living space flooded with natural light, with a bright and airy bedroom upstairs. Sleeps 2

Nestled amongst the trees and with views over the River Wye, this charming cottage is the perfect place to relax and reconnect with nature.
Start your day with breakfast out on the terrace or by heading down to the swimming beach for a refreshing dip.
Head to the nearby Ross-on-Wye for charming cafes and pubs, before exploring the beautiful Brecon Beacons.
After a long walk in the Brecon Beacons, relax in the outdoor bath with a glass of something as you soak up the scenery.
Snuggle up by the fire pit in the evening and do a bit of stargazing with a hot chocolate or stay cosy indoors with the log burner crackling away.

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