Reunite with friends and family in style with this spectacular barn conversion to sleep 12. Meticulously restored, the accommodation offers a delightful blend of old and new with original beams, high vaulted ceilings, a wood burner and chic, contemporary appliances. If you can tear yourselves away from this grand property and garden, browse the bookshops of nearby Hay-on-Wye, explore the Brecon Beacons National Park or spend a day on the banks of the River Usk.
With plenty of space to spread out, this grand property is a great choice for large get-togethers and multi-generational parties. The kitchen/diner is sure to impress all budding chefs with its extensive worktops, sociable island and large range-style oven. While light meals and snacks can be enjoyed at the table in the kitchen, dinners are best served in the large dining area just off the lounge. With an impressive double-height ceiling, oak flooring, a piano, wood burner and plenty of soft seating, this beam-lined room is the perfect place to unwind as a group. Alternatively, the mezzanine snug is a cosy spot for a movie night. Each of this property’s six charming bedrooms boasts exposed beams, oak flooring and carefully chosen linens and throws. When you’re not challenging fellow guests to a game of table tennis, head outside to enjoy a tasty BBQ in the manicured garden.
Just 1.5 miles from the property lies the literary mecca of Hay-on-Wye, also home to a good selection of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Continue south to reach the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park, where you will find no shortage of things to do including horse riding, caving, water sports, mountain biking and gorge walking. For fishing, the River Usk is a popular spot for catching both trout and salmon, while the River Wye is best enjoyed from a canoe.