The Hayloft, Monaughty
Bask in unadulterated bliss behind the gorgeous expanse of glass, taking in views of emerald forests and rolling hills, or move outside to the warming waters of the hot tub before indulging in some incomparable evening stargazing. Accommodating larger groups, the Hayloft is the perfect place to escape with family or friends.
Offering ideal levels of isolation in the wonderful Welsh countryside, the Hayloft sits in a spectacular spot amidst a working sheep farm, adjacent to the owners property. Based in the charming hamlet of Monaughty, this beautiful barn conversion is within easy access of an outdoor adventure or two.
Contemporary, clean and comfortable with no one forced to compromise in quality of their sleep space, the Hayloft offers five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a well-equipped kitchen with a large dining table for those memorable mealtimes. There’s good wifi connection and a luxurious lounge with TV for evenings of entertainment.
There’s plenty of off-road parking to accommodate all guests, as well as a private patio with breath-taking views and outdoor dining furniture. A rolling green lawn also gives you an area of private garden, but it’s the hot tub that really steals the show, with awe-inspiring views and wonderfully warm waters.
Situated in an area perfect for walkers and cyclists, the barn is only a short distance from Knighton, set on the Offas Dyke Path. Other inspiring areas that can be enjoyed by active adventure-seekers are the Welsh Marches, Radnor Forest, the Elan Valley and the nearby Shropshire Hills AONB.
For those looking to enjoy some wining and dining whilst they’re away, Knighton is home to a whole host of inspiring eateries, and the surrounding small villages boast homely pubs that serve up delicious pub grub. To make a day of it, you could head over the border to discover the delights on offer in Ludlow or uncover the old-English charm of Leominster.
Hay-on-Wye is also within easy reach, hosting the infamous annual literature festival and alive with beautiful bookshops. If you venture down this way, you could also set out to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park and its awe-inspiring, undulating scenery.
Best choice for… .
Larger groups looking for contemporary comforts.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
THAT vaulted glass apex and scenic surroundings.