Courtyard gazebo

The Courtyard


Newly refurbished barn conversion, 

with courtyard garden, seating, gazebo. 

Self catering, sleeps 2 - 4.

Hay Bluff from Hergest Ridge

Stu​nning Landscap​es

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.

Visiting Radnorshire

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.​


The Barn that is also a Bookshop

Radnorshshire Holiday Barn has a lounge and dinning room with books for sale. The leather bound books by the barn owner and publisher Scorpion Press are displayed, together withauthor photos and emphemeria.  First editions in the fields of literature, poetry, crime and sci-fi. 


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Wild Ponies on Hergest Ridge ( ju​st 15 minutes away on foot)