Sleeping two, this bright and airy converted barn has magnificent views from every window. Head off on foot and explore the best the Brecon Beacons has to offer
This beautifully converted stone barn boasts picturesque views of the Black Mountains, perfect for a romantic retreat accompanied by plenty of nearby walks in the Brecon Beacons. Set on a working farm above the medieval village of Tretower, this cosy property enjoys an authentic countryside atmosphere. Make the most of the fresh air with a morning coffee out on the terrace. Walking enthusiasts will love the proximity of a variety of walks, from mountain paths to riverbank meanders, while foodies can appreciate nearby Crickhowell and its selection of welcoming eateries.
Through the entranceway for coats and muddy boots is a comfortable open-plan living area. Decorated with calming neutral tones, this is a cosy space to relax in after long days of outdoor pursuits. Cook up a delicious meal for two in the compact yet well-equipped kitchen which you can enjoy at the dining table by the window. Settle down on the sofa in front of the TV with Freeview and a DVD player for gentle evening entertainment. Upstairs is a delightful bedroom, appointed with wooden furnishings and an original exposed beam across the window. An en-suite shower room completes the property. Outside is a sunny terrace with garden furniture, as well as access to footpaths into the Black Mountains and along the Brecon Way from the surrounding land.
3 miles away is the vibrant town of Crickhowell which has a selection of independent shops and eateries to wander around. Further afield, just over 8 miles away, is Abergavenny for even more pretty streets and lovely amenities. Hikers can admire stunning views from the peaks of Sugar Loaf or Myarth Hill. For a calmer stroll, the beautiful grounds of Glanusk Park offer a stately, historic scene, while the River Usk is perfect for a picnic or even boating and canoeing.