Apartment for two located in a 17th century stone building in the art and literary quarter of Hay-on-Wye.
With two workspaces - both kitted out with Apple Studio Displays - you can work remotely, whilst discovering why this town is Paul Graham’s favourite place in the UK.
Located in the centre of Hay-on-Wye, used bookshop capital of the world, Paul Graham’s favourite town in the UK, and gateway to the Black Mountains.
Two Ashore workspaces in separate spaces; perfect for couples when both are remote working.
Drive or get the train to Hereford - taxi from the station takes 30 minutes.
Well-equipped kitchen - and surrounded by some excellent restaurants, including a Michelin-starred establishment across the road. Plus on Thursday it's market day... right outside the front door.
Located in the main room. Apple Studio Display, Herman Miller Aeron chair, and a bespoke desk handmade by a local design studio. Magic keyboard, trackpad II, and laptop stand.
Located upstairs. Apple Studio Display, period desk and Herman Miller chair. Magic keyboard, trackpad II, and laptop stand.
Wifi speed: 60mbps download, 20mbps+ upload.
Hay-on-Wye, book capital of the world - with an impressive ratio of 20+ bookshops to 1,900 residents
At the foot of the Brecon Beacons, so perfect for walking, horse riding, cycling and canoeing.
Home to amazing delis, coffee shops, restaurants, and supper clubs.
Stunning scenery in the Welsh borders - lakes, forests, the Black Mountains and the winding River Wye. For the outdoorsy.