Experience your very own version of Middle-earth, all with a hefty side-sprinkle of style, luxury, and gorgeous views all from The Nest.
From the curved grass roof nestled amongst rolling hills, it’s easy to see why The Nest would inspire Tolkien-esque visions. But this is no home for Hobbits. Bright, light, and seriously stylish, they offer a quirky getaway for families or couples. Entirely private and surrounded by the beautiful Welsh countryside, you can be sure to enjoy a restorative break. Unplug and relax. Or not. Because Wi-Fi is available should you prefer to stay in touch with the outside world! Explore local walking trails from the door as well as the 300 acre farm The Nest is set upon. Paddle in the nearby stream. Listen to the bleating sheep and the soft rustle of leaves in the gentle breeze. Reconnect with the outdoors and leave feeling fully refreshed.
From the moment you walk through the door, you’ll be hard pressed not to be impressed. Huge expanses of glass allow natural light to pour in, whilst also providing a front row seat to the most incredible views. The open plan living space includes a handmade kitchen (a dishwasher too – no washing up here!), sofa and a dining table for four. The interior theme is very much dominated by nature. Bright, light with accents of wood and greenery throughout. The two super-king size bedrooms are unique in design, yet retain a homely, yet nature-inspired charm. Each has ensuite facilities – with a view! One being a wet room, the other with a beautiful freestanding bath. And that’s not the only bath…..
Outside The Nest
Take bathing to a whole new level, as you enjoy luxuriating in your favourite bubbles, side by side in the fresh, country air. Situated on a private decking area, the two baths are perfectly located to take in the very best of the stunning views on offer. Or for a more social experience, head down the steps on to the private patio area. From there slip into the hot tub – ideal for late night star gazing as you sip on your favourite tipple. Later, warm yourselves by the firepit, fully relaxed and in tune with your tranquil surroundings.
Situated in the village of Bleddfa, the nearest town is Knighton. A small market town, famous for straddling the Welsh/English border. It is also the only town on the ancient Offa’s Dyke National Trail, a 177 mile walking route steeped in history. The midpoint of the trail, you can learn everything you need to know at the Offa’s Dyke Visitor Centre. In Knighton you will find plenty of eateries to choose from if cooking isn’t on the agenda. Why not sample the menus in The George, The Banc, The Horse & Jockey and Saffron Indian Restaurant. On Saturdays there is a Farmers Market which is worth a visit! Sample some food made by local butchers and bakers, and treat yourself to some handmade gifts
For lovers of the great outdoors, the area is ripe for exploration by foot or by bike. Drive across to England and visit the historic market town of Ludlow, famed for its castle and rich history. Locally, enjoy a slower pace of life. For those with an artistic flair, take a walk to the Bleddfa Art Centre. Or if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, explore on horseback with Underhill Riding Stables. If you are willing to travel slightly further afield you will come to a wonderful Red Kite feeding centre and the outstanding Elan Valley.
Whatever you choose to do, The Nest will be waiting to soothe the aches of a busy day when you return.
Best Choice For…
Families in need of outdoor adventure in a luxurious, yet nature-filled location.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist
A property fit for Hobbit royalty. Abundant tranquillity amidst rolling green hills.