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The Burrow Is the Countryside Hideaway in Wales Perfect for a Staycation

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With the summer holidays now well and truly here, if you haven’t planned a trip abroad we have a staycation idea you and the family will love.

Nestled in the heart of the Welsh countryside is the Burrow, a cosy retreat with a roof made from grass that resembles a hobbit house from Lord of the Rings, perfect for families looking for a fun staycation idea this year.

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Sitting in the scenic Powys countryside this unique space seamlessly blends in with the stunning surrounding hillsides, offering you and your family a tranquil and quiet spot to relax in.

Inside guests are greeted by a supremely stylish, modern open living space, filled with natural light and plenty of entertainment.

The main living area features a modern kitchen – complete with a cooker, fridge freezer, coffee machine, microwave and dishwasher.

There is also a comfy lounge area with a television, dining table and couch.

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The Burrow can sleep four, with a large master bedroom featuring a comfy bed and large, free-standing, copper bath tub to add an extra bit of luxury, and a bunk bed room with space for three that includes its own large double shower.

If you thought that was all, outside there is a private hot tub and the most unique feature of the entire property – its growing grass roof.

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Prices to stay at the Burrow Wales range from £130 p/n and £160 p/n for mid-week and weekend respectively during the low season, £150 p/n and £180 p/n during the mid season, and £230 p/n flat rate during the peak summer season.

To book, or for more information on the Burrow Wales, visit the Cool Stays online.

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