Two en-suite bedrooms are ready to welcome up to four people at this remarkable stone barn conversion on the slopes of the Black Mountains.
Stay at this superb converted 17th-century stone barn. The house has two en-suite bedrooms making it an ideal stay for a group of four friends, or a small family. Situated on a working livestock farm, there are plenty of walking and cycling routes on the doorstep through the picturesque Brecon Beacons National Park.
One of three properties on the site, this converted barn retains some fantastic traditional features such as oak windows and beams. Indoors is super spacious, brimming with character and well-equipped for your stay. The kitchen has plenty of room for preparing and cooking a meal and an oak table with chairs for all to enjoy dining together. The two king-size bedrooms both have en-suites, so there’ll be no queues for the bathroom in the morning. The rooms have magnificent views across the Usk Valley, and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor level means you’ll be warm whatever the Welsh weather throws at you.
At the base of the Black Mountains, you won’t have to travel far to find a fantastic route for walking or cycling. Visit the unmistakable Sugar Loaf and take the hike to the summit, if you’re feeling daring. The ’Gateway to Wales’, Abergavenny, is 8.5 miles from here and is oozing with history and heritage. Visit the pretty village of Crickhowell (3 miles) where there are a few restaurants and pubs, or head further afield to the literary town of Hay-on-Wye (17.5 miles) for a great mix of boutique stores. This property is situated just 2.5 miles from where the Green Man Festival is held.