Gooses Roost is a single-storey, wheelchair friendly barn conversion which has lovely views to the rear of the property over the beautiful surrounding farmland.
The living room/dining room has an electric log burner, 32″ TV with Freeview, WIFI and comfortable seating with a double sofa bed offering flexible sleeping at the property. The well-equipped kitchen has an electric cooker, electric hob, fridge, microwave and tiled floor.
The bedroom sleeps two with a super kingsize bed (can be twin beds on request), along with an en-suite wet room with walk-in shower, toilet, heated towel rail and grab rail. There is step-free access to a decked area to the front of the property with garden furniture.
Gooses Roost is one of three stylish barn conversions at East View Farm that are wonderfully located near the book town of Hay On Wye, famous for its literary festival held every May. There are a good range of country pubs nearby which guests can walk to, and enjoy food and a drink. For guests looking to be more active there are stunning walks onto Hay Bluff, The Begwyns and the The Black Mountains. Further afield there is the city of Hereford which offers a range of shops and restaurants. Originally constructed as part of the Norman invasion of Wales, Hay Castle is a medieval site which offers guests a fascinating day
There are three properties to rent at East View Farm. Badgers Den and Gooses Roost have a single-storey layout, making them ideal for those with reduced mobility. Horsecroft is not wheelchair friendly but it does have a sofabed in the downstairs living room and can be booked together with the accessible properties to accommodate up to 10 guests.