The Warren, Hobbit Home
Escape to an unforgettable space of exposed oak beams, indulgent interiors and endless natural light at the Warren. Soak away your worries in the circular spa bath tub, or instead stir your senses beneath the outdoor shower. With only ambling sheep for neighbours, you’ll enjoy endless views of stunning scenery.
Cleverly closeted by a rolling sedum roof of glorious green, the Warren is far from the underground imagery you might associate with the name. Solid, sturdy and stunning timber uprights support a seemingly endless expanse of glass, allowing natural light to flood into the interior, making for unforgettable indoor stargazing during the winter months. A firepit awaits you on the perfect patio, as well as a blissfully bubbling hot tub and luscious green lawn.
If you’re all about interiors, you won’t be disappointed at The Warren. Sleeping up to 7 between the three boutique bedrooms, you can enjoy lazing and lounging in the rattan swing chair or atop the perfectly plush velvet sofas before cooking up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen complete with a beautiful belfast sink and brass accents. The bathroom really steals the show at the Warren, with the circular spa tub providing an irresistible opportunity.
Little ones can enjoy the endless space surrounding the Warren, frolicking on the gloriously green lawn or instead venturing out into the farm’s 300 acre area that’s yours to explore. There is ample private parking, and although there is a sister property onsite, you’re unlikely to bump into other guests unless you head directly to the property. Also to be enjoyed is the private hot tub on the patio, as well as the outdoor dining furniture and convenient BBQ-come-firepit.
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 Warren 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…
Small groups or families looking for a little bit of luxury.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
THAT circular spa bath and beautiful interiors.