Delightful barn conversion filled with original oak beams and wooden floorboards, perfect for a traditional stay in the heart of the unforgettable Brecon Beacons.
A lovingly converted barn situated on a working farm that sleeps six guests, perfect for a getaway with a group of friends. Located on the edge of the Black Mountains, the accommodation is walking distance to the popular Green Man Music Festival. With the charming village of Crickhowell just 3 miles down the road, you’ll never be far from amenities and activities to fill your break in the Welsh countryside.
Brimming with traditional charm, this is one of three holiday properties located here. The barn has been lovingly developed, retaining some of its original elements such as exposed beams and sloping ceilings, while mixing in a bit of contemporary living. A well-equipped kitchen and breakfast area provide plenty of space for all six guests to dine together, while the living room is a comfy spot to wind down in front of the wood burner in the evening. Outside, is a delightful courtyard with patio furniture and a BBQ. From here, you can enjoy the views of the Usk Valley and Black Mountains.
Set off on foot or bike from your door into the mesmerising Black Mountains. You’ll find plenty of walking and cycling routes suitable for all abilities. If you fancy a real challenge, head 11 miles and climb the peak of Waun Fach, the highest summit in the range. The popular Green Man Festival takes place just 2.5 miles from the door, so you can have a comfortable place to stay should you not wish to camp. Crickhowell village (3 miles) has a number of eateries and pubs, and literary town Hay-on-Wye can be reached in 17.5 miles.