Sleeps: 7 +cot.
Pets welcome (£15 pw).
Low season £450 pw.
Mid season £490 pw.
High season £545 pw.
Short breaks £275 for 2 nights. Each additional night is £65.
Short breaks between April and August are only bookable two weeks in advance.. Please contact us if you are interested in short breaks at other times.
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.
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- 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.
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