|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Yellow Drama, named after the owners yachting past, was originally The Hayloft and now has a romantic and beautiful kingsized FOUR POSTER BED, attractive curved wall makes this with its two circular windows a show-stopping Master bedroom suite. The sittingroom is also on the first floor making good use of the space and lovely views - a really interesting and chic place to stay. Escape to the quiet cobbled courtyard, rolling lawns and chic interiors of Glanhenwye. Originally the farm to Maesllwch Castle, this collection of three stunningly beautiful, spacious and unique properties form an L-shape around a picturesque cobbled courtyard. Each property showcases features that hark back to its old life. Jessica was once the Bothy and Margaux Rose was formerly the coach house. and, whilst the original stalls are visible on the ground floor, the first floor incorporates the large circular windows once used for tossing straw down to the yard from the lofts. Brecon is approximately 12 miles with The Brecon Beacons, The Black Mountains, Llantony Valley, Gospel Pass and Hay Bluff are all an easy drive. There are several really good gastro-pubs and restaurants around Ha-on-Wye and The River Cafe at Glasbury is always a favourite. Hay-on-Wye is 4 miles, Hereford 24 miles .
Classification: Ground floor: (bedroom(King size double bed), bedroom(Single bed, Trundle bed 1 pers.), bathroom(bath with shower, washbasin, toilet))
On 1st floor: (Open plan kitchen(oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer, tumble dryer, washing machine), Living/diningroom(TV, DVD player, CD player, gas stove), Bedroom with bathroom(King size double bed, shower, toilet))
terrace, garden, garden furniture, BBQ, parking, Cot, high chair
These costs are charged on site. They are not included in the rental price.:
Deposit; Upon your arrival, you will have to leave a credit card number for the deposit.
Final Cleaning; Included
Pets; Not allowed
Bed linen; Included
Bath towels; Included
Kitchen linen; Included
This house is not a home to read sometimes. Books within a week Besides the excessive comfort of banks and the old television (probably an over keeper of the past), there is no audio (unless one has a portable cassette (!) / CD player with a broken volume knob want to call). This would still be surmountable, were it not for a verrry small round peephole to the outside and a small window to the garden. Themselves with beautiful weather during the day must be put on all the lights, which did not give a nice holiday feeling. Given the Belvilla of 5 stars (why? Why?) This was after a long journey for us a letdown with a vengeance. The garden is big and beautiful but few cheap garden chairs does weather affect the whole. Our tip if you stay here Get out because inside it's nothing!