Sleeps: 7 +cot.
Pets welcome (£15 pw).
Low season £460 pw.
Mid season £500 pw.
High season £555 pw.
Short breaks £275 for 2 nights. Each additional night is £65.
Short breaks during school holidays or half terms can only be booked two weeks in advance of the holiday date.
For further details please contact:
Tel: 01588 620730
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapThe Firs is a warm, comfortable, well equipped 17th century listed cottage, with a lovely garden and superb views. Located at the head of the Olchon valley in the Black Mountains of Herefordshire, the valley is designated an area of special scientific interest, with a profusion of birds, plants and animals, some rare. It is utterly peaceful and your nearest neighbour is about a mile away.
31 Jan, 7 Feb, 21 Feb
- Two double bedded bedrooms, one twin room, and one single room. (1 double room and twin room adjoin).
- Shower room/toilet.
- Downstairs bathroom/toilet.
- Fully equipped kitchen.
- Wood burning stove in the cosy lounge/diner.
- Oil-fired central heating.
- Freesat TV and DVD player.
- Sheets and duvets are provided - please bring your own towels.
- Cot available (please let us know if required).
- Well behaved pets welcome (sheep and cattle nearby).
- Plenty of hard parking and a lovely, suntrap garden.
- Surrounded by beautiful countryside - great for children (and adults) to run free in!
- No hidden extras - all wood, oil and electricity are included in the rental price.
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- Located in a quiet valley high in the Black Mountains of Herefordshire, the Firs is an excellent base for walking, sightseeing, second hand book and antique hunting, bird-watching as well as star-gazing as light pollution is non-existent.
- 500 metres from the Offa's Dyke long distance footpath.
- Ten miles from the famous second hand book and antique shop centre of Hay-on-Wye, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
- Five miles walk to the spectacular ruins of Llanthony Abbey (or 14 miles by road).
- Many ruined medieval castles in the area to explore, such as Skenfrith, Grosmont and White castle - great for rainy days!
- 14 miles from Abergavenny, the nearest train station.
- Less than two hours drive from Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff.
Abergavenny & The Black Mountains
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