The Burrow at Dolassey
The Burrow, Hobbit House
A handsome hobbitry swept seamlessly into the hillside of magical Mid Wales. The Burrow at Dolassey offers inspiring interiors and endless space for adventure. You’ll spend enchanting evenings out of doors as you travel by torchlight to the inviting hot tub. Sit back to soak away your troubles and take in the captivating constellations above.
Ideal for any Lord of The Rings fans, the Burrow’s rolling green roof makes you feel like you’ve stepped straight into The Shire. Positioned perfectly at the end of an ambling farm track, this retreat offers endless outdoor space where you can enjoy the sound of chirping birds and the blissful bubbling of a small stream. Offering absolute peace and quiet, a car is recommended for getting about, with the inviting allure of Ludlow’s dining & drinking scene only a thirty minute drive away. A large patio area looks out onto a picturesque pond, and rolling green lawns give way to the stunning stone walls of this unique retreat.
Contemporary, quirky and cool, the interior of this beautiful bolthole is brought to life by elements of captivating colour and divine design. Indulge in the irresistible allure of the copper bath in the master bedroom. Enjoy memorable family moments with board games before the log burning stove or simply sit atop the perfectly plush sofa with a good book in hand. The Burrow features a master bedroom and bunk room with space for three. An enchanting escape for a family getaway.
Enjoy stargazing in the private outdoor hot tub, a tempting tipple by the fire pit. Or give games of chase around the glorious garden and indulge your inner child as you dip your toes into the stream beside the picnic bench. The epitome of refined, rural idyll, the Burrow is the perfect starting place for many a local ramble, with wonderful wildlife such as elusive otters and skittish sheep being the only nosey neighbours you might encounter.
The Burrow at Dolassey is situated in the small village of Bleddfa, near Knighton. This inspiring escape is within easy access of many an outdoor adventure. The assortment of attractions in the Elan Valley are close by, as well as the Small Breeds Farm & Owl Sanctuary for those who enjoy making furry friends. The Bleddfa Art Centre is within walking distance, whilst those who fancy something further afield can explore Radnor Forest and discover the hidden waterfall, or enjoy the charismatic, community feel of lively Ludlow. Knighton Golf Club is a short distance away, as is the Wye Valley and its endless offering of outdoor experiences such as canoeing and kayaking.
For foodie fiends, the Burrow is well-equipped with a convenient kitchen, but for those evenings where you simply wish to be wined and dined, there is a sublime selection of local eateries on offer. These include the nearby Lion in Leintwardine that has earned itself an impressive accolade of awards and The Harp at Old Radnor, named the Country Pub of the Year 2020 and boasting buckets of characterful charm.
Best choice for…
Families in search of adventure and true quality time together.
Why The Burrow should be on your Wanderlist?
Stunning seclusion and serenity, amazing interiors and hot tub dips by torchlight.