Nestle up in the 'burrow' home of Hare's View in Rhayader, Wales, complete with a hot tub, fire pit, outdoor seating area and stunning views of the dark skies
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Located close to the gorgeous Rhayader, a bustling market town in north Wales with the community at its heart, Hare’s View is the quintessential rural getaway in the Welsh countryside. Sleeping five adults and one child, it is fully furnished with comforts from a Smart TV to a hot tub, presenting picturesque views of the Welsh valleys. Forming a ‘burrow’ as part of a cluster of homes nestled in the hill, its round windows welcome in the light and immerse guests in the breathtaking natural surroundings.
Though appearing cosy from the outside, Hare’s View is inundated with space on the inside – like a Tardis – sleeping six across three bedrooms. Furnished with one king size bedroom featuring patio doors to the outside area, another king size room and one bunk bed room hosting one single bed and one child-sized bed, there are plenty of sleeping options to choose from. All bed linen is provided, and the bathroom is equipped with a shower, hand sink, flushing toilet and – impressively – a heated towel rail to get those towels nice and crisp after a day spent on the beach.
The kitchen is complete with an oven and hobs, a microwave, a fridge with a small freezer compartment to store ice creams for a warm day, a toaster, a kettle and a luxuriously modern coffee machine. Essentials are included, alongside a generous supply of popular Welsh Tregroes Waffles. Outside, guests can relax in the private hot tub, toast marshmallows over the fire pit or enjoy a meal alfresco, all whilst gazing over the stunning dark skies that Rhayader offers.
Nestled in the idyllic Rhayader, the outdoors capital of Wales, Hare’s View is the ideal location for an adventurous holiday. Try your hand at horse riding at the Lion Royal Pony Trekking Centre or marvel at the wildlife at Gigrin Farm’s Red Kite Feeding Station. The Elan Valley is the perfect location for stargazing, granted silver-tier status by the International Dark Sky Association and allowing the surrounding 45,000 acres protection against light pollution.
Other activities available to explore include mountain biking, fishing, hiking and walking, with further delight accessible at The Los Arc, a live music venue hosting open mic nights and vinyl nights alike. The local area similarly offers an array of unique, independent shops including Quillies on East Street, a gallery selling locally made crafts from pottery to jewellery, No. 8 Clothing and Artmetal, a family-run company specialising in bespoke designer metal work. The Cambrian Mountains and the sandy beaches of Borth are also close by, posing fun-filled days out for the entire family.
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