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Relax and enjoy the open inglenook fireplace
Snooker or pool in the games room with wood burner
Relax and look over the hills in the exquisite slipper bath
Nell Gwyn four-poster suite with single room adjoining
The stylish sitting room with original oil paintings
Original period timber work as featured in local architectural compendiums
Spacious dining area with doors to garden
Concertina doors from dining to garden
Fabulous ‘Cook’s kitchen’ perfect for any chef
Children’s playroom with abundance of toys and dressing-up box
Pull out double bed in children’s playroom
Boot room with separate washing machine and tumble dryer
Downstairs WC and useful study area
The ‘King Charles’ suite with slipper bath and glorious views
King Charles suite en-suite shower room hidden behind panelling
Single bed in the ‘Prayer Room’ off the Nell Gwyn four-poster suite
Nell Gwyn four-poster en-suite bathroom
Beautiful bespoke marble surfaces in the Nell Gwyn en-suite
Huge loft suite with single bed and en-suite bathroom
The ‘Loft’ suite with extra single bed
Through to the loft suite bedroom from the en-suite bathroom
Relax in the jacuzzi slipper bath in the loft suite
Luxurious bedding and furnishings throughout
‘Spire’ suite overlooking the church
En-suite bathroom to the ‘Spire’ suite
A handsome farmhouse dating from 1673
The original doorway dated ‘1673’
Guests love the beautiful garden with hills beyond
Towards the house at dusk
The wonderful well-stocked garden and dreaming church spire
Towards the spire of St.Nicholas church at dusk
1 / 31  Relax and enjoy the open inglenook fireplace
2 / 31  Snooker or pool in the games room with wood burner
3 / 31  Relax and look over the hills in the exquisite slipper bath
4 / 31  Nell Gwyn four-poster suite with single room adjoining
5 / 31  The stylish sitting room with original oil paintings
6 / 31  Original period timber work as featured in local architectural compendiums
7 / 31  Spacious dining area with doors to garden
8 / 31  Concertina doors from dining to garden
9 / 31  Fabulous ‘Cook’s kitchen’ perfect for any chef
10 / 31  Children’s playroom with abundance of toys and dressing-up box
11 / 31  Pull out double bed in children’s playroom
12 / 31  Boot room with separate washing machine and tumble dryer
13 / 31  Downstairs WC and useful study area
14 / 31  The ‘King Charles’ suite with slipper bath and glorious views
15 / 31  King Charles suite en-suite shower room hidden behind panelling
16 / 31  Single bed in the ‘Prayer Room’ off the Nell Gwyn four-poster suite
17 / 31  Nell Gwyn four-poster en-suite bathroom
18 / 31  Beautiful bespoke marble surfaces in the Nell Gwyn en-suite
19 / 31  Huge loft suite with single bed and en-suite bathroom
20 / 31  The ‘Loft’ suite with extra single bed
21 / 31  Through to the loft suite bedroom from the en-suite bathroom
22 / 31  Relax in the jacuzzi slipper bath in the loft suite
23 / 31  Luxurious bedding and furnishings throughout
24 / 31  ‘Spire’ suite overlooking the church
25 / 31  En-suite bathroom to the ‘Spire’ suite
26 / 31  A handsome farmhouse dating from 1673
27 / 31  The original doorway dated ‘1673’
28 / 31  Guests love the beautiful garden with hills beyond
29 / 31  Towards the house at dusk
30 / 31  The wonderful well-stocked garden and dreaming church spire
31 / 31  Towards the spire of St.Nicholas church at dusk

Town Farm

Grosmont, Brecon Beacons
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Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 4
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 3
5 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Family friendly
Four Poster
Sky TV
Quirky
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Stunning Grade 2* listed 17th Century house with a wealth of period features
  • Perfectly placed for exploring the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains
  • A games room, children’s playroom and large enclosed gardens that are perfect for entertaining
Property code: 78667

This Grade 2* listed property steeped in history and stunning views is set within the vibrant village of Grosmont, simply perfect for exploring the rugged beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Showcasing beautiful original features throughout, this exceptional Grade II 17th-century house is located in Grosmont, which is said to be one of the most beautiful villages in Britain. Sleeping eight people across five bedrooms and welcoming three canine companions, this elegant property is steeped in history and is a big hit with large families or groups of friends who want to get away from it all and stay in an utterly unique, impressive property. You can’t help but feel immersed in history the second you set eyes on this property. An ancient oak front entrance carved with ‘1673’ – complete with its own colossal iron key – welcomes you into this medieval Welsh cottage. Step inside and you’ll find yourself surrounded by antiques, original oil paintings and wooden beams. Cook up a feast in the contemporary-style kitchen and dine together at the large table in the dining area. Alternatively, step outside into the garden and fire up the BBQ. After dinner, chill out around the fire pit in the garden, head indoors to relax in front of the inglenook fireplace in the living room, or enjoy a game of pool or snooker in the games’ room while the kids head off to the playroom. At the end of the day climb the wooden spiral staircase and you’ll five impressive bedrooms to choose from. The romantic ruins of Grosmont Castle (0.2 miles) are on your doorstep. Built in the early 13th-century, a stroll around its ruins is sure to fire your historic imagination. Drive just 6.5 miles and you’ll find yourself in the splendour of Brecon Beacons National Park. While you’re there, make a pit-stop at the Sugar Loaf Vineyard (11 miles) and sample some local wine or cheese.

  • 5 bedrooms across the cottage made up of 2 super-king zip-and-link bedrooms, 1 king-size four-poster bedroom, 1 single room with pretty brass bed, and 1 king-size sleigh bedroom
  • Property sleeps 8+2 (security deposit will increase to £500 when occupied with 10 persons)
  • 1 Loaf sofa-bed for a single occupant
  • A games rooms with snooker/pool table, Sonos sound system and Smart TV, and a children’s playroom with Wii provide two wonderful entertaining areas for the adults and little ones to enjoy themselves. Open fire in the sitting room and wood burner in the games room (a basket of logs provided for each).
  • Smart TV, AGA oven, separate double electric oven, gas hob, and a large fridge/freezer with water dispenser and icemaker, and 2 dishwashers. A 6-seater breakfast bar, and extendable 10-person dining table offer space for groups to socialise.
  • Catered and served dinner and drinks parties can be arranged with the owner.
  • There is a washing machine and a tumble dryer for your convenience.
  • 4 en-suite bathrooms all with showers over bath, 1 free-standing slipper bath in the ‘King Charles’ bedroom with en-suite shower and WC, separate WC on the ground floor.
  • 5 Smart TVs with full unlimited Sky packages
  • Outdoor furniture, BBQ, garden games and fire pit. Bike storage available.
  • Due to the traditional character of the cottage, the wooden spiral/curved stairs are not standard, they’re period of age and slightly uneven, and character sloped ceilings result in restricted head height upstairs.
  • Regret that there are no electric charging facilities at the property and will require you to charge at the nearest charging point during your stay.
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00, unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 3 dogs allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week
  • Please note there is a refundable £300 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday

Sally Thomas

This property is personally managed by Sally.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 18 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Marion 16th November 2023

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We had a wonderful four days here in this historic house which has been beautifully and sympathetically restored. It is very difficult to find a four bedroom, four bathroom property in which every bedroom is desirable! No arguments here ! Fiona was helpful and informative. Unfortunately, the weather wasnt kind and we didnt explore the area as much Read moreas we would have liked but instead enjoyed the cosy house and log fire. Hide

Reviewed by Sarah 3rd November 2023

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Reviewed by Tracey 5th October 2023

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Stunning, well equipped, comfortable, roomy, very sumptuous and in such a glorious setting. Great for family gatherings! The early morning walks with the dogs through the church gardens and up to Grosmont Castle were glorious! Great pub next door, takeaway fish and chips at nearby Ewyas Harold (The Old stables) was a great find! Host is amazing andRead more provides so much information prior to our stay (and the welcome book has lots of ideas for walks etc). Hide

Reviewed by Diane 15th September 2023

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Reviewed by Lorraine 15th July 2023

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We loved our stay at Town Farm. Its a wonderful house absolutely oozing charm and character in a pretty village. Loved the bedrooms.very comfy beds! There is a beautiful en suite with every bedroom. Its a really cosy house with lots of artwork and hundreds of books, a well equipped kitchen, numerous TVs and a pool table. The back garden is a beautiRead moreful feature which lights up nicely at night. Theres a lovely pub just round the corner that serves great food. We highly recommend Sunday lunch. Hide

Reviewed by Rupert 20th January 2023

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Reviewed by Andria 29th December 2022

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Beautifully cherished property with quirks and features to please the eye. Comfortable and cosy too so a lovely combination for a special break away from the hustle and bustle.

Reviewed by Roger 9th December 2022

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We had the a wonderful time in this beautiful property. The cottage has been renovated to a high standard and retains it's amazing features. Our 4 year old grand daughter loved the nursery and the games left there. Waking up to the stunning landscape behind the house was a real treat. Loved the large kitchen and dining area. A real gem. The villageRead more was beautiful with the local pub literally around the corner! And a brief walk to the castle. Hide

Reviewed by Tesni 11th November 2022

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Fantastic house with a lovely host. Ideal for our family get together

Reviewed by Paul 23rd September 2022

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Reviewed by Pennie 9th September 2022

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Great accommodation with everything needed and much more! Beautiful part of the country with lots to explore. The dogs loved it too!

Reviewed by Madelaine 2nd September 2022

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A quirky, ancient building, but with every modern confort and so many lovely touches. The interior design is beautiful. Delightful garden, too. We used every room - even the playroom, for morning yoga! Thanks so much for a memorable stay

Reviewed by Jennifer 26th August 2022

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Wonderful property, with lovely rooms, great for adults and children. Lots of wild swimming, hiking and culture in the region. Great pub just steps away.

Reviewed by Susie 8th July 2022

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A very well-equipped cottage, nice quiet location. Helpful owner. We enjoyed lots of good meals out in local pubs and great walking in the area. thank you

Reviewed by Steve 24th June 2022

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We had a fantastic stay here. Location is just stunning and the property is extremely comfortable and well equipped. We loved sitting out in the garden in the evening. Fiona is a fantastic host and provided us with pages of extremely useful information which really made our stay that much better - this included details of a local cook who will dropRead more ready meals over to the property! Really recommend this place and would go back in a heart beat. Hide

Reviewed by Neil 27th May 2022

This is a luxurious cottage with original features which all add to the experience. If you are looking for something special then this property has been lovingly restored. Bedrooms are beautiful and en-suite, kitchen spacious with a multitude of accessories and utensils, plus the lounge with open fire or dining area leading onto patio. Outside is aRead more large seating area to enjoy meals with a view of the church yard. Lovely planting and a patch of grass to enjoy. Pool table a major bonus. WBB. Hide

Reviewed by Diane 13th May 2022

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Beautiful house in a wonderful location. The garden was exceptional with stunning views. Great place for either walks from the door or a short drive to Skirrid and Sugar Loaf. Excellent restaurants/pubs nearby.

Reviewed by Barry 11th March 2022

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Relax and enjoy the open inglenook fireplace
Snooker or pool in the games room with wood burner
Relax and look over the hills in the exquisite slipper bath
Nell Gwyn four-poster suite with single room adjoining
The stylish sitting room with original oil paintings
Original period timber work as featured in local architectural compendiums
Spacious dining area with doors to garden
Concertina doors from dining to garden
Fabulous ‘Cook’s kitchen’ perfect for any chef
Children’s playroom with abundance of toys and dressing-up box
Pull out double bed in children’s playroom
Show 19 moreBoot room with separate washing machine and tumble dryer

Location

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