Hideaways has some wonderful holiday cottages in the Wye Valley, ranging from an ancient but harmoniously extended cottage, offering luxury self-catering accommodation with superb views over the valley below to award-winning barn conversions near Hay-on-Wye which are ideal for large groups and celebration weekends. Much of the Wye Valley is an is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty running through Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire and Hideaways properties provide the perfect base from which to discover its spectacular scenery. The roads either side of the river afford easy access to amazing viewpoints such as Symonds Yat and Devil's Pulpit and historical sites like Chepstow Castle and Tintern Abbey.
Set in attractive rolling landscape of scattered communities overlooking the River Severn, The Cider Barn provides the ideal base for exploring the Forest of Dean, Wye Valley and The Cotswolds.
Situated at the end of a long no-through lane The Tin Barn enjoys an idyllic setting on the edge of the Forest of Dean. The sense of being ‘away-from-it-all’ is apparent from the moment you arrive with only the sound of birdsong and sheep bleating on the opposite hillside to break the silence.
One of four beautifully converted properties near Hay-on-Wye, providing luxury holiday accommodation. Perfect just for two or as part of a larger group.
Situated beside a quiet country lane just outside the village of Blakeney, The Stables commands fine views of the River Severn across adjacent fields.
A superb conversion of the former dairy to create a high quality cottage in a private setting with immediate access to the owners’ fields and lake.
The South East wing of an historic Grade II* listed country house on the border between the Forest of Dean and the Vale of Gloucester, offering well-appointed, stylish accommodation.
One of four beautifully converted properties near Hay-on-Wye, providing luxury holiday accommodation. Wheelchair accessible.
20% discount for two guests
Church Farm is situated in a quiet lane on the edge of St Briavels, perched high on a limestone plateau overlooking the River Wye in the heart of the ancient Forest of Dean.
Superbly sited in a secluded spot adjoining a paddock on the owner’s land, The Red Bus is the ingenious transformation of a double decker bus into highly unusual holiday accommodation.
A 20% discount applies at all times for three or four guests. A 30% discount applies if there are just two of you.
A superb conversion of a former farm building to create a very individual, high quality cottage in a private setting with immediate access to the owners’ fields and lake.
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Rolling through gently changing scenery from its source near Plynlimon in mid-Wales till it joins the Severn below Chepstow, the Wye is one of the most scenic - and famous - rivers in the country. Running through the three counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire, sometimes forming the English/Welsh border, the river and its surroundings were the cradle of tourism in this country. Its geographical location and easy access mean that it remains a favourite destination for a holiday which can be as strenuous or as relaxing as you like.
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