Sleeps 4 ~ 2 bedrooms ~ from £365 For 3-nights
Where total seclusion meets peaceful tranquillity.
Tucked away in a remote rural location with far-reaching views and the ultimate ‘middle-of-nowhere’ appeal, let our charmingly cosy and colourful boutique holiday cottage be your refuge in the Welsh wilderness.
We offer 3, 4, and 7-night stays. Changeover days are Monday and Friday.
For stays from January to March 2023
We can be flexible on arrival days. Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org with your requested dates for our boutique holiday cottage.
ADD WINE to your stay
Head to our shop, select the 'Whinyard Rocks, New Radnor' Pick Up location and we'll have your wine ready for your stay.
Inspired by the enchanting rolling hills and serene greenery of our farm’s surroundings, our cottage's interior is a carefully considered mix of restful tones inspired by nature, playful vintage finds and local treasures. Whether you delve into luxurious linen, vintage welsh blankets, freshly-baked welsh cakes or a good book from our collection, you’ll be accompanied only by singing birds as there are no neighbours in sight.
Up to 4 guests
From £675 per week, £365 per short break
Arrival & Departure
We offer the following breaks:
4-night midweek (Monday-Friday)
3-night weekend (Friday-Monday)
Arrival days: Friday or Monday
Arrival time: After 3pm
Departure time: 10am
For stays between January and March we can be flexible on arrival days. Please get in touch with your desired dates.
BEDROOMS & BATHROOM
One king-size bed and one double-bed upstairs. Bathroom is downstairs with a shower over the tub.
We offer a 9 week cancellation policy. Cancel 9 weeks before your stay and you will receive a full refund. You may cancel your holiday at any time, however the amount refunded to you depends on the proximity of your cancellation to the start date of your booking.
ADD WINE to your stay
Order in advance by heading to our shop, selecting the 'Whinyard Rocks, New Radnor' Pick Up location at the checkout and we'll have your order ready for your stay.
Children are welcome. One travel cot and one highchair are available upon request. Please note there is a brook that runs along the front of the property and young children must be supervised whilst in the garden.
No pets, thank you.
Fresh homemade welsh cakes, eggs from next door and a bottle of something lovely and local. Tea, local Footprint coffee, sugar, olive oil and salt and pepper. Linen, towels, log burner, responsibly sourced logs and kindling to get you started, WiFi, charcoal barbecue, TV and DVD player, Roberts radio, Sony bluetooth speaker, telephone, torches, binoculars, hot water bottles and blankets for stargazing under. A little library of books. Eco toiletries and cleaning products from local Welsh supplier Splosh. Extra logs for the burner from fallen trees on our farm are available at £5 per bag.
The property is accessed via its own private lane and has parking for 4 cars. There is WiFi and mobile reception, but please note that they can both be patchy due to the secluded location. The kitchen has an electric hob & oven, microwave, kettle and toaster. Please take caution on the stairs as they are narrow and fairly steep. Bring wellies or boots for local walks and exploring.
EV Charging points
There are 6 electric car EV charging points nearby. The nearest is in Presteigne (11 min drive) at the Hereford Street Car Park which has 4 x 22kw chargers. There are also 2 x 7kw chargers in nearby Kington (13 min drive) at the Mill Street Car Park. There is no external plug at the cottage, however we are planning on installing an EV charging point.
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Upon arrival at our cottage you’ll be greeted by a private lane hugged by a babbling brook and our vineyard. Say hello to the bustling flock of friendly ducks (whose eggs are available to pick up from the honesty box across the road) pheasants, wild rabbits and sheep who shelter under the oak and hazel trees nearby. Look up and you’ll be sure to spot a buzzard or red kite gliding above.
Take advantage of the ethereal first-morning light by throwing open the curtains and soaking up far-reaching views of the borderlands with a cup of local roastery coffee in our cosy dining nook. All that’s left to do after a day of exploring the waterfalls and woodlands of the valleys is to pour yourself a drink, light the fire and get lost in a good book, film or conversation.