You’ll be hypnotised and inspired by the very special views – artists, writers, walkers and nature lovers will be in their element. The open-plan living area has a cosy wood-burning stove, wooden floors, pretty windows, plenty of books and games for bad weather days and a squashy sofa from which to ruminate while watching the fire. All could cook together in the rustic style kitchen with a mid-century wooden table and chairs. Cupboards have basics and you’ll find Prosecco, milk, eggs, bread and other goodies waiting.
French windows lead to the garden for a seating area facing south and a hot tub with killer views. You’ll also find a fire bowl out here and an outside kitchen with a pizza oven. Red kites wheel overhead, buzzards mew – it’s a spectacular landscape.
Find good pubs, buy books or go food shopping in Hay-on-Wye (six miles) or stride the hills around you. On clear nights you’ll be able to see the stars come out one by one.