Farmhouse (sleeps 6/8, 4 Bedrooms). Entrance to Living Room with wood burning stove, two sofas (one a sofa bed*) plus armchairs, large Television with integral DVD/CD player. Kitchen, fully equipped with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, dining table and chairs, woodburning stove and storage heater. Bathroom with bath (with shower fitting), washbasin and toilet. Upstairs - Bedroom One with 5ft double bed and wardrobe. Bedroom Two with twin beds, standard size and wardrobe. Bedroom Three with 3ft wide bunk beds. Bedroom Four (accessed via a steep oak ladder stairs, suitable for the more agile), with twin/double bedroom . The Barn (sleeps 2) with an open-plan mezzanine bedroom . The barn is presented in a traditional style with beams and flagstone floor, it is open plan with steep stairs to the gallery bedroom. Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave and a fridge/ freezer, dining table and chairs. Living Area with sofa and armchair Television and video, a piano plus woodburning stove and storage heater. Shower Room with shower, toilet and washbasin. Upstairs - Gallery bedroom , accessed via a steep oak stairladder with double bed. Outside - A lovely garden of half an acre with the most magical views, a sunny part-paved courtyard, Barbeque, picnic tables, benches and soft reclining chairs. Friday Changeover please. Cot available. Short Breaks welcome through out the year excluding Summer months, Easter, Xmas/New Year, Half terms and Hay Festival. Heating by storage heaters and wood-burning stoves. Electricity and logs are included all year. Linen provided, but NOT towels. Pets welcome. Cot provided. This property can be rented with Bullens Bank for large parties. *Sofa bed charged £40 extra per weekend or per week. Important Note: the property is reached via a steep stone track which is not suitable for 'low-profile' cars.
Llangain Farmhouse enjoys one of the most spectacular locations imaginable. Situated on a hill overlooking the Wye Valley, you can literally stand awe struck at this utterly magical view. With over 250 years of history this is a holiday home that comes highly recommended with traditional features throughout, including beams, thick walls and three woodburning stoves. The house has been restored using local craftsmen and materials (such as Herefordshire Oak) to create a one off property. The cottage can sleep up to 12 as there is an additional barn for an extra two people. We see this as a wonderful converted farmhouse with a location that is unparalled.