The Old Barn Lodge is situated in a stunning location high up above Erwood in The Wye Valley with wonderful panoramic views across the River Wye and yet only just over a mile from the small hamlet with The Wheelwrights pub - great for Sunday Lunch and pub food. This is an excellent cottage to be able to explore the Wye Valley with the Wye Valley Walk and there are lovely walks straight from the door. Erwood Station with its Art Gallery and Craft Centre is nearby. For visitors to The Royal Welsh Showground with its numerous events, this is a good place to stay with easy access to Builth Wells, Hay on Wye and beyond.
Self catering accommodation
This traditional cottage is a wing of the owner's larger farmhouse, with its completely independent front door, parking and garden area. There is a newly fitted open plan kitchen/dining room and sitting room with a double halogen gas oven with hob, microwave, washing machine and a fridge and a freezer. Pretty dining table and chairs and a sofa and two tub chairs with foot stools. Sky TV with DVD
Upstairs to two pretty spacious bedrooms both with great oak beams and a wealth of character and lovely wooden floors:
Bedroom 1: The Master bedroom has a double bed.
Bedroom 2: has twin beds
There is a shower room upstairs with shower, handbasin and toilet.
Builth Wells 7 miles, Hay-on-Wye 10 miles, Brecon 16 miles,
Book your break at The Old Barn Lodge online or, alternatively you can book by calling our office on 01874 676446.
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Elizabeth or Ann
"The perfect setting for an idyllic getaway - The Old Barn lodge was everything we wanted from our short break, an extremely peacful and relaxing setting, a clean and tastefully doecorated property and also value for money. I genuinely cant fault any part from the ease of booking, the arrival arrangements, the accomodating owners and the true to life description. I would highly recommend this for any romantic break, friends and family get togethers or simply as a central base for exploring the Beacons."