If you are looking for the unusual then Outshot Barn is the place for you. It’s a perfect luxury holiday retreat for a family or for two couples travelling together who are looking to enjoy true Herefordshire countryside whilst being close enough to visit the well known town of Hay-on-Wye.. This property is all on the Ground Floor Sitting room area: seating for four, log burner with starter basket of logs, TV with Freeview and DVD player Kitchen/Dining area: table and seating for four, large electric range cooker, fridge with freezer box (spare shared freezer next door in the farm kitchen for bigger items if needed), microwave and dishwasher Master Bedroom (sleeps 2): Super King size bed Master Bathroom: walk-in shower and heated towel rail Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2): Super King size bed. If you would like the beds as twins then please contact the booking team Bathroom 2: with bath, shower overhead and heated towel rail. Outside A large enclosed courtyard garden with table and seating for four and BBQ. A small grass paddock can be used for children to play or to walk dogs. Please ask on arrival. Exclusive use of the swimming pool (open 1st May - 30th September). The modern design of this home is complimented with a stylish collection of the fun and quirky features. The spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining area creates the central hub of Outshot Barn, floor to ceiling glass and high ceilings create a spacious and relaxed feel. The two bedrooms both with their own bathroom, offer peace and tranquillity to help with a good night’s sleep so you will be feeling refreshed and ready to enjoy the day ahead. If you are an outdoor lover, private trails around the farm offer beautiful walks to start the day and observe the wildlife. The large farm grounds offer plenty of animals and space for children to enjoy. A private courtyard with outdoor seating and a BBQ, create the perfect recipe for long summer evenings outside. A great place to stay for animal lovers, collect eggs from the chickens and ducks, meet the ponies and the piglets if you’re lucky too. The farm is eco friendly with solar panels providing electricity and there is a spring for water.