This luxury self-catering cottage rests in Wales' Radnorshire hills, offering fantastic access to the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
High Park is owned and managed by Edi.
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Perched atop the hills above the charming Welsh "town of books", Hay-on-Wye, you will find High Park. This beautiful luxury two-bedroom cottage truly is a Welsh wonder, with its rustic beauty, undulating hillside views, and all the mod cons required to make your stay one of comfort and luxury. Whether you're soaking in the hot tub, cooking up a storm at the garden kitchen, or enjoying a nice trek around the Brecknockshire hills, High Park promises to be a stay to remember. Sleeping up to four guests across two rooms, this delightful bolt hole is ideal for small families or groups of friends.
The exterior is that of a traditional stone brick cottage, while the interior is a complimentary blend of contemporary and rustic aesthetics. Artwork can be found throughout, and the fixtures are comprised of the finest materials, such as the wooden staircase and timber beamed ceilings. The ground floor is open planned, containing the living area and kitchen. The cosy sitting area has ample seating and boasts a wood burning stove enclosed in a large stone fireplace. The kitchen is fully equipped and the dining table for four looks out through double doors and onto the beautiful garden. Here, guests can enjoy their meals al fresco as they cook at the outdoor kitchen (complete with pizza oven), sit around the fire pit, and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The pretty garden has plenty of room for games, some of which are provided. The upstairs contains both bedrooms: one twin and one double with a king size bed. Both lie underneath vaulted ceilings and provide views of the distant Black Mountains. The bathroom has a WC, basin, and walk-in shower.
The charming Hay-on-Wye is just a short drive from High Park. A historic market town, it contains the ruins of the medieval Hay Castle. The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts and HowTheLightGetsIn Festival both take part in the early summer, with the latter being the world's largest philosophy and music festival. The surrounding countryside is also replete with various beautiful walking and cycling trails, perfect for those who enjoy the great outdoors. Should you fancy some hill or mountain walks, then you will be ideally situated on the penumbra of Brecon Beacons National Park.
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