The Larchwood Bothy

At The Bothy at Racquety Farm

Racquety Farm, Wyecliff, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5LA

  • Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 7 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • In room Wifi
Our welcoming house is the place to really unwind. You feel far away from the hustle and bustle yet are within walking distance of Hay Town centre. Sleeps 6 (you let us know if you want doubles or singles) with the option to sleep an extra person or 2 on a comfy double sofa bed in the sitting room. Large open plan sitting and dining area with vast picture windows overlooking the river through surrounding woodland. Lots of wildlife and birds to observe for those who sit patiently on the sofa and watch, or go out on the veranda for a spot of ‘forest bathing’. Well equipped kitchen, a good shower room and additional toilet. This little house is spacious, practical, beautiful and lovely and warm. It has a light environmental footprint. There is a T.V., underfloor central heating and plenty of hot water. It is simply all you need; warmth, space, natural light and beautiful landscape.

About The Bothy at Racquety Farm

Reconnect with the natural world at this cosy yet elegant house on the banks of the River Wye

The Owner Says

Racquety Farm is in one of the nicest parts of Britain you could hope to visit! The countryside is beautiful and the wildlife is still abundant in this timelessly lovely part of the world. We have the beautiful River Wye, hills covered with ancient woodland and mountains and moorland where you can walk for miles into the breathtaking views. There is history, unique culture, good home grown food and independent shops and restaurants that provide the best we have to offer from the Welsh Border Country.

Site Facilities

Our property is managed for conservation of wildlife because we are so lucky to have Otters, Dormice, a huge number of wild birds and wildfowl, as well as other animals like stoats, badgers, hares.... and much, much more. We do ask that visitors are sensitive to the natural environment and help us take care of the woodland habitat by behaving responsibly and following guidelines left for you to read in The Bothy.

Back to Top