Newly refurbished barn conversion,
with courtyard garden, seating, gazebo.
Self catering, sleeps 2 - 4.
Situated on the Welsh border, with views in many directions.
This view is of Hay Bluff from Hergest Ridge - just minutes on foot from your stay at the converted barn accommodation.
The name Radnor signiifies perhaps 'the land of mountain tracks' (A S rade-nore).
It is the the most thinly populated county in England and Wales.
Certainly a place to get away from it all . . . .
Our barn conversion is in the centre of Gladestry, on the Offa's Dyke Path,
with hills surrounding it a pleasant base for walkers.
Local towns such as Kington or Hay-on-Wye are accessible, being between 5 to 10 miles.
Stunning views are to be had with short walks to Colva, Hergest Ridge, Huntington. and Old Radnor.
Longer walks can be to Kington and back (over Hergest Ridge), to Hay-on-Wye etc.
Wild Ponies on Hergest Ridge ( just 15 minutes away on foot)