Romantic retreat snuggled in an orchard in Herefordshire next to a babbling brook, featuring a covered verandah, hammock, fire pit, wood burner and comfy bed
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
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Beside the rippling Escley Brook, in its own orchard, in the depths of rural Herefordshire, Kingfisher Cabin is the perfect romantic retreat. A covered verandah and twenty five acres of land to explore ensure that you will have near total immersion in nature during your stay.
There is also the comfort and cosiness of modern day living. A wonderful king size bed, gas central heating and a Merlin woodburner make Kingfisher Cabin toasty warm all year round, there is underfloor heating in the shower room too.
A hammock, zero gravity deck chairs, a firepit and a little jetty beside the stream guarantee you'll find a place to lounge around, resting, relaxing and enjoying your holiday.
In the kitchen you will find a gas hob and oven to cook up a culinary feast, and a fridge/freezer to keep the drinks cool. Outside a fire pit and tripod grill will help you roast your favourite food and keep you warm while stargazing.
The Cabin features a five star compost toilet "Treebog" with an enchanting view of the wood. There's no need to bring endless electronics, although there are plug and USB sockets, there's no wifi or phone signal (you get this in the car park and uphill from there). Instead there are games, a selection of good books and a small bluetooth speaker if you want some tunes while you cook.
Snuggled in the depths of rural Herefordshire, the local area is renowned for its beautiful countryside, wonderful walks in the Black Mountains and swims in the River Wye. There is some interesting culture and history to be found locally from the neolithic Arthur's Stone to medieval castles and churches and timber framed 'black and white' villages. There are also some great second hand bookshops in Hay-on-Wye, where you can read up about all of it.
Low season - £130 per weekday night, £140 per weekend night
Mid season - £140 per weekday night, £150 per weekend night
High season - £150 per weekday night, £170 per weekend night
Peak season - £170 per weekday night, £190 per weekend night
15% off stays of 7 nights, 11.5% off 4-night weekday stay
N.B. Bank holidays and festive holidays are High season prices, except the August bank holidays which are in peak season.
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