Just like the Greek Hovel - which, in reality, is a luxury eco-palace (book here) - the Welsh Hovel is not really a hovel, either. It is a listed building that, after three and a half years, is almost entirely renovated. I refer you to the “new” annexe.
I say “new”: it was, in fact, built during the 1700s and 1800s. But it is now fully refurbished, as a one-bedroom self-contained dwelling, with living room, kitchen and bathroom. And, via Sykes Cottages, it is now available for holiday let.
You can see the full details, stacks of photos, and other information, HERE.
Obviously, there is a drawback: I will be next door. But fear not: I am a miserable soul, with no intention of interacting with guests – unless, of course, they are readers of this website, in which case I’d be delighted to cook a bonus meal for you.
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