New Inn Brilley - Self Catering Suite

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

New Inn Brilley - Self Catering Suite

The self-catering suite adjoins the main house of the New Inn. The suite consists of a kitchen with an oil-fired Rayburn, bathroom, and a cosy living room with a wood burner range, on the ground floor. Upstairs, on the left two single beds on the large landing, where a thick curtain is used to make it more private, on to the right a door opens into a good size bedroom with a double bed, and integrated wardrobes to either side.

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New Inn Brilley - Self Catering Suite
Hereford, Heart of England, England

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The New Inn Self Contained Suite, is situated in the tiny village of Brilley, once a Pub until after the wecond war. . Heart of Herefordshire rolling hills, it is still one of the rare gems of the British Isles, peace and quiet, with a landscape of hills, farmland and woodland stretching as far as the vision extends... looking on to the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons.
There also is a refurbished Barn- Lha -Khang , where one can retreat to practice Yoga, Tai-Qi, meditation... ideal for contemplative practices.
On the grounds, the Fresh Spring Yurt is further down a field by the spring.
From the New Inn one can walk right into footpaths, many to chose from, This Valley is of unspoilt natural beauty, a paradise for walkers, riders, cyclists and canoeists.

There are churches and chapels dotted around the black mountains. One such is Cwmyoy Church, described as Britain's most crooked church. It is located seven miles north of Abergavenny and four miles south of Llanthony in the Vale of Ewyas. Centuries of subsidence caused the tower and chancel to move in opposite directions, twisting the entire structure. Some claim that the church tower leans more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

There are good restaurants, nearest just down a mile, Hay on Wye is the famous second book town, with its festivals a popular attraction now days.

How to get here;
BY CAR, Driving here, from Hereford direction, on the A438 through the villages of Winforton, then Whitney-on-Wye, carry on as you pass the sign on your left ‘Clifford Toll Bridge’ another 500 yds, as the road narrows and climbs, you will see a small sign ‘Brilley’, a very sharp turn to the right, climbing
and winding for 500 yds, and New Inn is on your right where you will also see the Prayer Flags. If you find yourself in Hay, you have missed the turn and gone passed 5 miles!…y train: direct service from London Paddington to Hereford.
BY BUS National Express runs regular services to Hereford from all over the U.K.
From Hereford to Kington Sargeants Brothers Coaches – 461/462 – for schedules ring 01544 230481.
From Hereford to Hay-on-Wye bus no. 39

There is parking space infront of the property. Taxi available to book in advance. The nearest bus stop, in Hay-on-Wye the book town 5 miles away, or Kington a lovely traditional old village with its beautiful Gardens established by Banks's the explorer, 7 miles away.

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Mountain nearby, Rural retreats



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