Hay on Wye, Herefordshire & Shropshire Cottages
Hidden away at the end of a long private track, Holt Farm House is a delightful place to spend a short break or longer with your family or friends. Dating from the 17th century, it is packed with original features which exude a real sense of its history - flagstone floors, exposed beams, oak-planked doors, bread oven, stone spiral staircase.
After careful restoration by the owners it is now a supremely comfortable house with every modern convenience you could wish for, including underfloor heating, lovely bathrooms and even a hot tub!
If you want to holiday with a larger group, Holt Farm House can be combined with H190 - Holt Farm Stable, H191 - The Wain House and/or H192 - The Barn to accommodate up to 23 guests. Truly outstanding accommodation if you have something big to celebrate!
Large Living Room with wood burning stove in inglenook, TV (Freeview), DVD player and two comfortable sofas/two armchairs.
Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room with range cooker, all appliances, wood burning stove and bespoke Herefordshire oak table to seat twelve.
Family Bathroom/WC with independent shower above the bath.
Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Two sets of stone spiral stairs at either end of the house lead to the first floor.
Bedroom One with king size bed and Ensuite Shower Room/WC.
Bedroom Two with double bed (4ft 6) , built-in cupboard and an additional single bed.
Bedroom Three (access via either of the adjoining double bedrooms) with three matching single beds.
Enclosed garden around the house, including table and chairs, a patio area with hot tub and access to the adjoining orchard beyond. Barbecue.
Holt Farm lies in attractive, rolling hill country on the borders of Herefordshire and Monmouthshire, at the end of a long private track. It is a wonderful, peaceful location and has immediate access to superb walks and rides.
The organically run farm is at 900 feet and a footpath rises behind to a hill with direct access to Offa's Dyke and the Black Mountains with views which are out of this world.
There are many attractions within easy driving distance. Hay on Wye is only seven miles away with its world famous bookshops and a wide range of activites to suit all tastes. There are historic castles such as Longtown and Llanthony, the lovely cathedral city of Hereford (15 miles) and of course the River Wye itself. The Brecon Beacons, The Forest of Dean and Symonds Yat are approx. half an hour's drive and golf, riding, fishing, canoeing - even gliding! - are available locally. Overall the area offers unrivalled opportunities for the perfect country holiday whether you're searching for relaxation or activity.