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This is your chance to stay in a beautiful 17th-century stone holiday barn close to beauty of the Wye Valley, with the Brecon Beacons and Hay-on-Wye nearby. This is a place to get away from it all and take in the peace and tranquillity but with so much to see and do nearby. Couples will love this grade 2 listed cider mill which was probably used as a cider mill for the hunting lodge Hafod y Garreg (the oldest house in Wales), which is across the courtyard.
There are splendid views from every window over forest and hills toward the Wye Valley. The accommodation is a wonderful mixture of antique and modern furniture, quality furnishings and fittings making The Old Cider Mill the perfect romantic rural retreat in Mid Wales
A glazed barn door leads to a patio and lawn with table and chairs and barbecue. There is a large pond. The garden is raised above farmland looking over to a river valley and forest and across the pond is a courtyard with parking
The kitchen, has a flagstone floor, a Rayburn ,a ceramic hob. An integrated shaker style, with a built in washing machine. The kitchen also has an antique dining table and chairs which overlook a. beautiful view of a river valley and forest Through a stone arch is the living room with a wooden floor and beamed like the kitchen. There is a leather sofa and 3 leather armchairs, the TV is freeserve. There is a large window overlooking the valley and farmland and 2 other windows overlooking the courtyard to hills beyond. Also there is a downstairs toilet.There is an oak staircase leading from the living room.The hose is centrally heated from the Rayburn., and marble tiles and floor
First Floor Description
A landing with oak floor leads to a bedroom with an oak floor and hand stitched carpet and velvet curtains. There is a double bed with bedside tables a dressing table and wardrobe and a large feature mirror. There is an en suite bathroom with a roll top free standing bath and marble tiles and floor.
Window Views Description
There are 2 large windows overlooking the river valley and forest, the glazed kitchen door overlooks the patio and garden that belongs to the cider barn on the other side of the house there is a large kitchen window overlooking the courtyard and hills and 2 smaller windows in the living room overlooking the courtyard and hills.
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