Cosy cottage with secluded south-facing garden, in pretty Herefordshire village of Dorstone in the Golden Valley not far from Hay-on-Wye. 2 minute walk from The Pandy Inn in the centre of the village. A family holiday home managed by the owners. Sleeps up to 5.
Downstairs – sizable lounge with 3 x 2-seater settees, wood burner with unlimited logs provided, large Smart TV, DVD player. Opens onto secluded south facing-garden. The eat-in kitchen is very well equipped and seats up to 6. Downstairs cloakroom has a toilet, basin, washer/dryer, and rail for coats. All housekeeping supplies provided. Also downstairs, in the second bedroom, looking onto the garden. Can be made up as a kingsize or twin and has a small hand basin.
Upstairs – large landing/additional sitting room with a sofabed which can be curtained off for privacy, a desk and small Smart TV. Master bedroom has a standard double bed and extensive clothes storage. The family bathroom has a toilet, basin, bath, separate shower cubicle, and clothes airer.
Outside – lockable garden shed for bike storage, wooden garden furniture and deck chairs, charcoal BBQ, off road parking. Sorry, no dogs or smoking.
Included – Unlimited logs for wood burner (plus oil fired central heating). Household requirements, such as dishwasher blocs etc. Bedding, towels, t-towels. Hairdryer. 2 x TVs, DVD player, radio/CD player, HiFi, Wifi, books, games. Maps and guide books to borrow.
See photos and floor plan here.
The cottage, which has excellent internet connection, is situated on a quiet lane, with only the neighbours’ cars passing and the occasional horse. The excellent Pandy Inn is in the centre of the village, about a two minute walk away. Also St Faiths Church known to date back to the mid 13th century, although very possibly a lot older.
Country walks bound in every direction. The cottage is well suited as a base for all outdoor pursuits, with washer/dryer and clothes airer. Also many old castles and churches to visit. 6 miles from Hay-on-Wye and 15 from Hereford with its magnificent Cathredral housing the Mappa Mundi and Chained Libary. Very near Arthurs Stone featured in the BBC’s Digging for Britain. https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/arthurs-stone/