Old Radnor, Powys
Embrace the tranquility of the historic Welsh Marches in the charming 17th Century cottage, ideal for small groups and families alike.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Set against the stunning backdrop of the historic Welsh Marches region sits Little Harp. This beautiful stone cottage retains the rustic charm that one would expect from a 17th Century country house, while still providing all the mod cons necessary for the perfect getaway. Its cosy rooms, luxurious furniture, and wood burning stoves will ensure that you're well-kept in the winter. For those warmer spring and summer nights you can dine under the stars in the beautiful garden. And did we mention that the cottage is just around the corner from an award-winning country pub? With its tranquil location, charming aesthetics, and lovingly decorated interior, guests are sure to feel right at home in this relaxing little slice of country life.
The house's interior is of a simple and rustic design. Guests will notice throughout the property the fine collection of 20th Century art and furniture, the cosy wood burning stoves, and the flag stone floors, creating the ultimate home away from home vibe. Little Harp sleeps up to five guests, with two double rooms and one single. Both up and downstairs have a a bathroom. On the ground floor is an entrance hall, a large lounge room and a fully equipped country style kitchen, perfect for enjoying a traditional Welsh breakfast.
The exterior has been extremely well preserved, and still showcases the cottages 17th Century aesthetics, all the while encompassed by homely countryside gardens. Step outside the kitchen and onto the stone garden, where up to 8 people can be seated for an al fresco supper.
Little Harp sits in the Welsh Marches, a beautiful and diverse series of landscapes. With its river valleys, rugged hills and ridges, and flat fertile plains it has long been a favourite with walkers, cyclists, and horse-riders. For those wishing to explore some nearby towns and villages, Little Harp is ideally positioned. Nearby spots include; New Radnor, the nearest town that boasts its own micro-brewery; Presteigne, a small but highly regarded town, known as the area's cultural hub; Hay-on-Wye, the world renowned 'town of books', containing over 20 book shops; and the Cathedral City of Hereford, with all the mod cons that one would expect from a reasonably sized city. The local area also has various seasonal festivals and events going on throughout the year, so you will never be stuck for things to do.
£165 per night (low season)
£185 per night (high season)
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