Westbrook Court Country House

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£1705 per night as of 14/8/23

Westbrook Court Country House in Hay-on-Wye is available for 3 nights over the August bank holiday weekend! This majestic farmhouse is perfect for group get-togethers, with plenty of space for dining, relaxing and socialising! Soak in the rural charm, with original features visible throughout the property or simply soak in the hot tub! After a bracing stomp through the countryside, return for a feast in the stylish dining room or a tournament around the table tennis table! Sleeps 18 🛏️ Dog-friendly

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