Reinvigorate your body, soul and mind with an exciting escape to this unique cabin. Step outside with your morning coffee into a private paradise surrounded by woodland and fields. Before seeking out a secret wild swimming spot or charming hamlet of independent shops and warm, welcoming inns. A high-end hideaway offering homely charm, Hergest Lee is an inspiring escape.
Devotedly designed and beautifully built as a spacious spot for two to enjoy, the cabin can accommodate up to five adults, with a master bedroom and separate mezzanine level. Decorated with a mix of both old and new fabulous furniture pieces, the interior has an irresistible, eclectic charm.
Boasting buckets of cosy quirk, this unique cabin offers a well-equipped kitchen beside the comfortable lounge area (which also offers a sublime stack of books) and a beautiful bedroom featuring an antique roll-top bath beside a panoramic window. There’s also a refreshing rainfall shower that provides views of the scenic surroundings, incorporating nature into every area of the interior. Completely handmade using various types of wood, the cabin offers a true sense of earthy ambience.
There is ample private parking to ensure absolute ease during your stay, as well as a small grassy green area just outside your doors. The private deck boasts a BBQ and fire pit for those enchanting al fresco evenings and a nearby bell tent can be hired if you’re planning on visiting in a larger group. Perfectly peaceful, this stunning spot is ideal for sitting back and wildlife watching, with buzzards and peregrine falcons often found flying overhead.
Based on a plot originally bought by the owners after they fell in love with the local ambience of The Harp Inn at Old Radnor, Hergest Lee is within walking distance of this charming country pile which was also voted Country Pub of the Year 2020.
This unique cabin is perfectly placed for those who enjoy a rural ramble. From Hergest Lee you can enjoy the entire Shropshire Hills AONB as well as the many attractions and river-based activities of the Wye Valley.
For a bit of hustle and bustle, Ludlow is a spectacular medieval market town known for it’s glorious gastronomical scene and steeped in enough history to shake a stick at. Lovers of literature can enjoy ambling along the streets in the beautiful book town of Hay on Wye (known internationally for its annual literary festival). And if you’re just after the essentials to stock up during your stay, the town of Presteigne is only a few mere miles away.
Walking boots are definitely recommended when staying at this beautiful bolthole, thanks to its perfect placement on the Offas Dyke Path, a 285km National Trail that follows an ancient trench along the beautiful border of England and Wales.
Best choice for…
Couples seeking solitude & small group getaways.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist
Wonderful walks & welcoming pubs!