Perched on Llangattock Hillside with magnificent views across to the Sugar Loaf and Black Mountains National Park, this cosy retreat has been immaculately converted from an old stone barn into a beautiful holiday home in the hills.
Perched on Llangattock Hillside, with breathtaking views of Sugar Loaf and the Black Mountains National Park, is this beautifully converted 16th-century stone barn. A haven for walkers and cyclists, there are countless trails and tracks in the local area, together with some of Europe’s most interesting and challenging cave networks. Back at the barn, warm up beside the roaring wood burner in the impressive open-plan living space or head outside to enjoy a BBQ with a view. Inside, this tastefully converted barn boasts spacious and open-plan accommodation with soft neutral decor and a host of additional features from a telescope to board games and books. Prepare delicious family meals in the well-equipped galley kitchen with a breakfast bar and window overlooking the garden. The light and airy lounge/diner is a wonderful space for relaxing after a long day, with its dining table, wood burner, cosy sofas, TV and selection of games, books and videos. Climb the spiral staircase to reach the first and second floors where the en-suite twin bedroom and king-size bedroom in the eaves are located. Outside, a generous stone patio with oak furniture and a BBQ is the perfect place to spend sunny afternoons, while the fire pit allows you to sit out well into the night. Set in a peaceful and idyllic location, this property is a true escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Behind the barn itself, a large area of open access is great for cycling, horse riding and wildlife watching. For walkers, the River Usk and Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal offer tranquil and leisurely routes, while more challenging climbs can be found along the Table Mountain Path or up Waun Fach (14 miles). For amenities, the picturesque town of Crickhowell (1.5 miles) offers a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.