When your this close to the heavens, the views are spectacular!
Perched on the hillside, high up and with nothing but 360degree views Bullens Bank is about as remote as you could wish for.
It is, literally, breathtaking.
Bring your boots, bring your coat, leave the city and leave work - this is all about getting back to your roots and filling your soul with fresh air and good old fashioned peace.Generally good mobile reception.
The cottage is that classic shepherd's cottage, walls thicker than a mighty oak and ceilings low enough to remind you how much we've grown over the centuries you get the true feeling of being away from it all.
Situated on the edge of the hillside and at the end of a track, you look out towards some stunning Wye Valley and English/Welsh countryside, for as far as the eye can see with nothing but sheep, the wind and bracken to keep you company.
Internally this 200 year old beauty is simply furnished, nothing swanky, just simple, clean and very cosy.
This cottage is astonishing for its view alone but also offers superb value for money.
The owners also have another property about 100 yards away down the hill, ideal for slightly larger groups, called Llangain.
Two bedrooms: 1 x first floor double bedroom, 1 x first floor twin, twin beds on landing space. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. 2 x living areas (one with additional sofa bed) with woodburning stove. Kitchen.
About the location
Hereford 20 miles.
Hay-on-Wye, renowned for its world-famous Hay Festival of Literature, lies on the Welsh/English border, and is a popular destination for book-lovers or holidaymakers wishing to enjoy the leisure activities and beautiful scenery of the Wye Valley. This ancient market town lies on the River Wye in the Brecon Beacons National Park, and is renowned for its many book shops, antique shops, restaurants and cafes. Hay-on-Wye is surrounded by spectacular countryside, which provides excellent walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing and canoeing, together with a variety of tourist attractions, including the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, The Three Castles Walk, Eastnor Castle, the Offa's Dyke Path, the Mortimer Trail and the lovely walk to Hergest Ridge, the inspiration for the music of both Elgar and Mike Oldfield. The epitome of picturesque England, the ancient city of Hereford lies 20 miles away, with its magnificent cathedral with famous chained library and Mappa Mundi, and medieval bridge over the winding River Wye. A supremely appealing all year round holiday destination.
Note: Towels not provided
Note: The property is reached via a steep stone track which is not suitable for 'low-profile'& sports cars.
Note: Max 2 dogs only