Hare’s Form (Adult Only)
High up in the Radnorshire hills, this perfect pod creates a serene space for relaxation and reconnecting with nature. Admire the exquisite exterior of timber and enjoy the sleek, scandi space inside. Situated on 90 acres of undulating farmland, this handsome hideaway offers unparalleled views and a chance to really switch off.
Sharing its scenic surroundings with ambling alpacas (yes, you read that right) this beautiful bolthole is perfectly perched in a sun-drenched spot only a short walk from the intriguing area of Radnor Forest. An ideal escape bursting with cosy character, Hares Form features a private outdoor decking area with comfortable seats and an awe-inspiring panorama of rolling Welsh hills.
Convenient and compact, the interior of Hares Form offers a double Hypnos bed and an inspiring en suite all enhanced by the divine decor of Scandi-chic. A well-equipped kitchenette features induction hob plates, a kettle, fridge, toaster and an assortment of utensils with the helpful hosts also leaving tea, coffee, hot chocolate, milk and sugar for your arrival.
With only double doors separating the indoors from the exterior adventures that await, Hare’s Form is the ideal escape for enjoying fresh air from the delightful deck and wonderfully wild walks in the surrounding area. Contained within its own picket fence, you may even be lucky enough to spot the resident Hare’s or passing deer.
For an inspiring adventure, you can set out on foot from this perfect pod, in search of the Radnor forest and magical waterfall known as Water Break-its-Neck.
For various exciting eateries, the town of Presteigne is within easy reach, offering tempting tapas, marvellous milkshakes and irresistible sweet treets at No.46, as well as a truly spectacular Sunday Lunch at the Royal Oak. Other options include the historic Harp Inn at Old Radnor with its stunning stone walls and amazing sunsets, as well as The Fforest Inn, which is perfectly placed for a pitstop after your walk to the waterfall.
Other attractions nearby include the Offas Dyke Association for any keen walkers or history fiends, as well as the awe-inspiring infrastructure of the Elan and Claerwen Dams.
Best choice for…
Fans of cosy, compact cabins in the countryside.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
Two words – adorable alpacas.