About Highbrook Farm Cottages
Relax and unwind in the peaceful tranquility of three traditional Welsh farm cottages bordered by streams and enclosed private gardens, set in a picturesque enclave between the Radnor Forest and Offa’s Dyke Path with views of Hergest Ridge. Cosy up by a log burner under exposed wood beams or gaze at stunning unspoilt countryside views, catching glimpses of wild rabbits, red kites, buzzards and bustling wildlife.
Highbrook Farm is nestled between the Brecon Beacons and the Shropshire Hills ANOB. Its three cottages are a warm and welcoming base to return to after a day exploring the Radnorshire countryside and the Welsh borderlands. It’s an ideal location for easily discovering the area’s historic castles, country houses, gardens, wildlife, lakes, mountains, walking trails and Dark Sky Reserves in the picturesque Elan Valley and Brecon Beacons. Perfect for walks, hikes, climbs, bike rides and soaking up the wild nature of mid-Wales.
Visit the charming and undisturbed natural beauty of Water-Break-its-Neck waterfall, just 3 miles away. Stop off at The Harp Inn, an independently run and Michelin Guide-featured traditional longhouse inn pub serving real ales and quality locally-sourced food, perched on a hilltop with incredible views overlooking the Radnor Valley. It’s an easy trip to the nearby world-famous book town of Hay-on-Wye, or the charming Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells, both only a 30 minute drive away.
Take a day trip to the delightful Abergavenny surrounded by the Brecon Beacons, famous for its annual food festival that celebrates the very best in British food and drink and its Michelin-starred Walnut Tree Inn. Hop across the border to the poetry and culture market town of Ledbury at the foot of the Malvern Hills in Herefordshire or the beautifully historic Ludlow in Shropshire, also known for its quality food and drink. Sample its farmers markets, independent butchers, bakers, delis and food shops.