Mosaic Cabin

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£136-198 per night - Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights as of 5/8/23

How cheerful do the bright colours and beautiful views of Mosaic Cabin make you feel! This Herefordshire hideaway is perfect for solo stays and romantic retreats with a huge open-plan living area, cosy bedroom and sumptuous hot tub waiting to be enjoyed! Settle by the fire pit at the end of the day for an al fresco dinner while watching the sky change colours over the magnificent rolling hills - dreamy! Sleeps 2 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay

The handcrafted Cabin is nestled within 7 acres of lush fields and rolling meadows.
A chic, studio design provides ample room for two and includes a king-size bed, deluxe en-suite and a cosy lounge/kitchen-diner.
Out on the wooden deck you’ll find a steaming hot tub, along with a roaring fire pit and alfresco dining area.
Spend romantic days wandering the Herefordshire hills, exploring the spell-binding Elan Valley and the quaint, local villages.

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