Enjoy relaxing in the hot tub which is nestled into the hillside with magnificent views of the Black Mountains, this accommodation is spread across two properties, the main farmhouse and a self-contained barn, both restored with every luxury in mind.
Get the extended family together for an unforgettable trip to the Brecon Beacons, hanging your hats in this unique and versatile holiday home. Boasting two properties on the same sight- the main farmhouse and sympathetically converted barn- this accommodation comfortable sleeps 10 guests. Residents both young and old will find plenty to see and do in the local area, with the National Parks mountains, dark skies and charming towns all close by for discovery.
Despite being two separate properties, the main farmhouse and barn conversion have both been decorated with the upmost luxury in mind. No expense appears to have been spared when it comes to farmhouse kitchens, one of which has an original Aga and TV for morning entertainment. There’s space for everyone to dine together in the dining room or outside in the private courtyard. Come rain or shine you’ll find plenty of space to unwind. Enjoy evening drinks and amazing views in the private hot tub, sink into a cushy L-shaped sofa for TV watching in the snug or perhaps throw a log or two on the fire in the cosy lounge.
Set in the stunning landscape of the Black Mountains, you’ll never find yourself short of walking and cycling routes throughout the duration of your stay. Step outside with your loved ones in tow, ready to tackle the Waun Fach or Sugar Loaf Mountains, both within 30 miles. A trip to Llangors Lake (13.5 miles) is a hotspot for waterside walks or nail-biting guided activities, whilst the book town of Hay-on-Wye (5.5 miles) is close by for a much less strenuous day out.