Enchanting surroundings make the Ty-Hedfan House (the hovering house) more than just a 2,400 square foot house – it is a magnificent vacation residence for those who want to rent it. Designed by London-based architectural studio Featherstone Young, the rental residence is also eco-friendly, having solar panels, heat pumps and water recycling features. Designed to offer the best in recreational vacation renting, the four bedroom residence welcomes guests with the same comfort and luxury as it would its owners: “We designed it as our family home and without compromise, to be a totally unique, utterly modern and luxurious hideaway deep in the Welsh hills. Ty Hedfan can sleep up to 10 people in five double bedrooms (3 en-suite). You can enjoy the large living room floating over the river, lounge on one of the two riverside external decks, entertain in the vast kitchen and dining area or just relax next to a roaring log fire in the library or living rooms.” Overlooking a valley river close to the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales, the comfortable contemporary vacation home is surrounded by a wide range of possibilities for spending free time: mountain biking, fishing, canoeing or climbing. With an impressive architecture like the one you can see in the photos, who wouldn’t want to spend at least a relaxing weekend there?