Boutique Retreat In Wales

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  • #Rural
  • #Family

£155.00 to £235.00 per night as of 30/04/2023

The Hergest Lee Lean-To is a gorgeous designer home in rural Powys. The stunning interiors mix mid-century aesthetics with modern styling and interesting pieces while impressive double-height ceilings give a sense of space, while skylights flood the living area with natural light. Enjoy the enclosed seating area where you can spot wildlife such as falcons, buzzards, bats and owls or just enjoy the warmth of the firepit with loved ones. Sleeps 4 🛏️ Green Stay 🌿

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  • Wooly Wood Cabn - Nant

    • 4

    Escape the hustle and bustle and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature at this remote cabin with gorgeous views over the valley. This luxury accommodation is fitted to a high standard with all the modern conveniences you could wish for in a serene location. After a day of adventures, warm up next to the wood-fired log burner, enjoy a soak in the hot tub or gaze at the stars by the firepit. The immaculate, rustic cabin is nestled amongst a working farm and promises a cosy stay with underfloor heating to keep your toes warm and a boiling hot water tap for an instant cuppa. Firewood is provided for the log burner. The kitchen has everything you need to cook your own meals and, in the morning, you can wake up and take in the beautiful views of the valley with a fresh coffee in the cafetière. Want to work remotely while you're here? Join the team's call while the family streams a 4K video with the fast WiFi. After a long day reconnecting with nature, curl up in the super cosy Egyptian cotton bedding for a good night's sleep. The cabin sleeps four adults, with one double bedroom and one super-king bed situated on the mezzanine, which can be split into two singles. There's also a stylish bathroom with Turkish cotton towels to dry off with. In the warmer months, eat alfresco on the table and chairs on the outdoor covered veranda, with pretty lights that create an inviting space. Then, chill out with a beer by the firepit and gaze at the stars on a clear night. For a cosy evening indoors, put the phones away and opt for a fun game of Articulate or Scrabble instead. Spend your time exploring the spectacular outdoors here. Lovely walks are on your doorstep, or you can venture further afield to explore the dams and reservoirs in the Elan Valley. Rhayader is a 25-minute drive away, perfect for refuelling on local produce from mid-Wales.

    £275.00 up to £550.00 per night

  • Wolly Wood Cabin - Bryn

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Enjoy a relaxing, restorative retreat amongst beautiful hills and forests at Cabin Bryn in Powys. With outstanding views of the surrounding hills and a fabulous location close to the Elan Valley, this four-person cabin is ideal for your next break. The cabin is nestled amongst a working farm and offers great access to some walking routes in the area. After a day out exploring, retire back to the cabin with your loved ones and throw some logs on the wood-burning stove. Stay cosy and warm in front of the fire as your designated chef prepares dinner in the nicely equipped kitchen. The kitchen even features a boiling hot water tap for an instant cuppa. If you fancy a movie night, the cabin has a smart TV with Sky (including Sky Sports) and Netflix. Nature lovers will adore the location and after dinner you can sit out on your private, covered veranda and soak up the tranquility of your surroundings. Then, when bed time beckons you and your loved ones can enjoy a restful night's sleep in one of the two bedrooms. There is one double bedroom and one super-king size bed which sits on the mezzanine and can also be made up as a twin room if needed. Both bedrooms make use of Egyptian cotton bedding and the cabin also features a stylish bathroom with Turkish cotton towels to dry off with. When it comes to filling your days, spend your time exploring your spectacular surroundings. There are lovely walks on your doorstep, or you can venture further afield to explore the dams and reservoirs in the Elan Valley. Rhayader is a 25-minute drive away, perfect for refuelling on local produce from mid-Wales.

    £250.00 up to £440.00 per night

  • Views To Take Your Breath Away

    • 5
    • 4 nights Mon - Fri 3 night Weekends or whole week

    Fresh air and open space are what you will find at Plas Robin. A pair of self-catering cottages sit a top a hill with sweeping views of the surrounding Welsh countryside. A glass frontage and large folding doors allow you to invite the outside in and make the most of the view. In the evening you can soak under the stars in a luxurious hot tub. Sleeps 4 🛏️ 1 lodge is Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay 🌿

    £385.00 per night

  • Rustic Romantic Cabin

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    RUSTIC AND ROMANTIC CABIN - Nant at Wooley Wood Cabins offers a peaceful getaway in a cosy cabin with a wood-fired hot tub nestled in the Welsh countryside. With gorgeous valley views, enjoy a slice of nirvana as you relax in the private hot tub. Get cosy inside as you snuggle up in the loft bed or beside the cosy wood-fired log burner. Embrace the outdoors eating alfresco on the covered veranda, admiring the view or drinking a few beers by the firepit while you gaze at the stars. Sleeps 4 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 The highlights Unwind in this serene location with gorgeous valley views. A private hot tub adds a slice of luxury to your stay. Warm up by the cosy wood-fired log burner with a good novel. Eat alfresco on the inviting outdoor covered veranda and admire the view. Chill out with a beer by the firepit while you gaze at the stars. Stay cosy with underfloor heating and a boiling hot water tap for an instant cuppa. For a luxury escape for all the family or friends, you can hire both cabins together – both sleep four and are 25m away. You should know Pets are allowed here, and dog walks are on your doorstep. Access is off the main road and 500m down a farm track; take care around livestock and keep your speed down.

    £220.00 to £440.00 per night

  • Charming Welsh Cabin

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Experience the enchanting Welsh countryside and the charm of Bryn at Woolly Wood Cabins. Whether you're seeking a relaxing retreat with friends or a romantic weekend getaway with your partner, this stylish and secluded cabin is the perfect choice. With two snug bedrooms and a spacious living area complete with a crackling fire, you'll feel right at home. Start your day with a scenic breakfast on the deck and end it with a cosy evening by the fire pit marvelling at the stars. Sleeps 4 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay 🌿 The highlights A cosy cabin in a tranquil setting amidst rolling hills and picturesque forests. Get cosy by the wood-burning fireplace inside. Sit out on your private, covered veranda and enjoy your morning coffee with a view. Chill out with a beer by the firepit while you gaze at the stars. Stay cosy with underfloor heating and a boiling hot water tap for an instant cuppa. Venture out and explore the marvellous Powys countryside that surrounds you as well as the fantastic Elan Valley. You should know Pets are allowed here, and dog walks are on your doorstep. Access is off the main road and 500m down a farm track; take care around livestock and keep your speed down. There are motorcycle events on occasions throughout the year at the local Saints Well track. Firewood is included.

    £250.00 up to £440.00 per night

  • Camlad Valley Luxury Pods

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    The Shooting Lodge is a lovingly refurbished barn situated above the historic 16th century hamlet and private estate of Walton, just four miles from Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon. With a wood-fired hot tub and rolling countryside views, The Shooting Lodge is sure to provide you with a beautiful getaway, nestled in the Cotswolds countryside. This idyllic couples retreat nestled away in the Warwickshire countryside, is the epitome of country charm and comfort combined. From the open-plan living area, through to the wood-fired hot tub, The Shooting Lodge provides class, comfort and incredible views from every corner. Set across one level, The Shooting Lodge provides welcoming open-plan living. The stunning well-equipped kitchen area is the ideal place to rustle together a romantic home-cooked meal, whilst the dining area is the perfect space to enjoy a morning coffee together or to tuck into the meal that you've lovingly prepared in the kitchen. The comfortable sitting area is home to an elegant velvet sofa, where you can nestle down together and enjoy your favourite film or box set, or recline with a book in one of the two linen armchairs. Immerse yourself in the traditional cast iron slipper bath after spending a day exploring all that Warwickshire has to offer. When it comes to bedtime, you can rest assured that your night will be peaceful and revitalising thanks to the sumptuous king-size bed, complete with beautiful linens and cloud-like pillows. In the evenings, relax in the fully-enclosed garden, turn on the outdoor fairy lights and relax in the enticing wood-fired hot tub, which is the perfect place to enjoy the stunning views that this home away from home is enveloped by. Enjoy alfresco dining on the terrace or sit around the fire pit with toasted marshmallows and while away the evening listening to the soothing sounds of the countryside. There are also two Pashley bicycles available for guests to use. Guests staying at The Shooting Lodge can enjoy a day of complimentary access to the spa and leisure facilities at Walton Hall, which includes an indoor pool, steam room, sauna and gym. Guests staying at The Shooting Lodge can also book spa days and treatments at Walton Hall with a 20% discount. TheLooking for a lush Welsh stay next weekend? 2 of the pods at Camlad Valley Luxury Pods have just become available from June 2nd! Each of these stylish stays has a funky curved design, breathtaking views and gorgeous sunken hot tubs to enjoy! Just think, in just over a weeks time you could be sat in that hot tub sipping some bubbles with a glorious weekend exploring Powys ahead of you! Sleeps 4 per pod 🛏️THE HIGHLIGHTSPrivate hot tub for soaks with stunning views of the Welsh countryside.Fun and luxurious pod design for a unique holiday experience.Free parking and locked cycle storage on site.Private patio area with seating and barbecue for eating al fresco.Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors affording incredible views from the bedroom and living areas.YOU NEED TO KNOWNo pets allowed.No parties or events permitted.For those travelling with small children a travel cot and high chair are available upon request.A car is essential due to rural location.

    £135.00 - £190 per night

  • Big, Beautiful Barn

    • 4
    • 3+

    How gorgeous is The Tithe House? This unique and super-stylish holiday home near Hay-on-Wye comes with cosy living areas, a divine country kitchen, gorgeous gardens and a hot tub for some added luxury! With 5 bedrooms it's perfect for big groups and intimate getaways alike. Sleeps 12 🛏 Dog-friendly Beautiful interior, with grand, high ceilings, lots of amazing artwork on the walls, and plenty of space for you to spread out and socialise in style. Five super-comfy bedrooms offer a great night's sleep for all. Relax in the hot tub and enjoy an added slice of luxury with your loved ones. There are several fab dining areas both inside and out so you can choose the best setting for your evening feast. Guests are provided with a welcome hamper on arrival as well as logs for the wood burner and a selection of locally sourced bath and body products. Plenty of space outdoors including the garden shack, where you can enjoy drinks and gaze at the valley views. A drinks cabin in the garden is stocked with games, a music system and karaoke (a fully stocked bar can be provided for an additional £200). Amazing walking routes right from your door. Head up the hill and enjoy far clear views of the Brecon Beacons Great access to the fantastic market towns of Hay-on-Wye and Builth Wells.

    £2500-5000 per week - Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights

  • Beudy Banc Cabans

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Set on a family farm in the beautiful countryside of mid-Wales, you’ll find these six unique architect-designed cabins. They have been built using eco-conscious materials, some upcycled from the farm and are off-grid, using wind and solar for power. All of the cabins have spectacular views across the Dyfi Valley and out to the Cambrian mountains beyond and offer a peaceful escape from the busy day-to-day. You’ll be able to set off out into the countryside on foot or by bike right from your front door and with the coast and Snowdonia National Park close by, there’s plenty more to see and do. After a day exploring these stunning landscapes, snuggle up in your cabin in front of the wood-burning stove and watch the sunset over the valley. Two of the cabins are perfect for couples with cosy interiors and big windows so you can enjoy the view. Caban Clifa is set by the side of a small lake and you can sit out on the deck and watch the wildlife or even go for a quick dip if you’re feeling brave. Caban Coch has been created from an old hay trailer and you’ll find plenty of rustic charm inside with a whole array of vintage finds furnishing the interior. Caban Crwn and Caban Copa are both a little larger with space to accommodate up to three guests. Caban Crwn has a striking cylindrical design and you’ll find a cosy mezzanine level inside with great views that you can enjoy from the comfort of your bed. Caban Copa has been named after the Welsh for summit due to its high curved tin roof. Cosy and quirky on the inside, it has a deck outside, perfectly positioned for enjoying the scenery. If you need room for an extra person, Caban Cader and Caban Cadno can both accommodate up to four. Caban Cader has been built using a collection of found materials and objects, adding plenty of charm to the inside and outside of the cabin and there are stunning views from the large deck at the front. Caban Cadno is a curved structure that has a more contemporary feel to the interior with a more minimalist style and big sliding doors out onto the deck. The closest town is the charming Machynlleth which is just five miles away and has a popular market on Wednesdays where you can pick up some local treats. You’ll also find some lovely independent shops, cafes and pubs here as well as a supermarket for stocking up on supplies. After a quick trip to the shops, pack yourselves a picnic and head out into the countryside. You’ll be spoilt for choice with rolling hills, coastal paths and mountain peaks within easy reach, all offering stunning views along the way. If you prefer to explore on two wheels, there are lots of mountain biking trails in the area, some starting on the farm itself and heading to the Dyfi Forest.

    £82.50 up to £125.00 per nights