This charming white-washed cottage is in the hillside village of Old Radnor and has sheep-filled fields behind, a church opposite and one of the best pubs in the area, The Harp, next door but one.
Wobbly wooden floors and uneven flagstones combine with Justine’s contemporary design flourishes to create a slice of shabby chic. Two wood-burners keep things cosy, and French doors lead out to a patio with a large wooden table and chairs. The garden is great for kids to scamper around in, and there’s a box of games they can rummage through; watch out for buzzards and maybe a red kite.
You’re surrounded by gorgeous countryside only five miles from the market towns of Kington and Presteigne. This is a place of deep peace, dark skies and open vistas – the view from the Harp is one of the best pub views in the country.