Escape to this glorious barn conversion where contemporary features complement the rustic charm of the original building, the perfect home to return to after exploring the surrounding cycle paths, trails and mountains.
Perfectly appointed for a large family or group of friends, this wonderful property offers an unrivalled base for those hoping to explore the surrounding Welsh countryside. Sleeping eight across two contemporary floors, this holiday home ensures that your relaxing break begins the moment you step through the front door, with an abundance of communal space to unwind at home with your nearest and dearest.
Boasting traditional features including high ceilings, exposed beams and quirky windows, this property is nothing if not filled with character. On the ground floor, an open-plan living space is punctuated by a unique feature staircase and double French doors that flood the room with light. Your group’s designated chef will find themselves right at home in a contemporary kitchen with double oven and masses of workspace, whilst the family dining table seats eight not moments from the kitchen. There’s space for everyone to crash on cosy sofas and armchairs in the lounge after long days exploring the Black Mountains – ensure you put a log or two on the wood burner to achieve an optimal ambience. Completing the property are four bedrooms across two floors with two double bedrooms on the first floor boasting skylights.
Along with an abundance of furnished garden space to enjoy. Stargazers will enjoy a night under the dark sky reserve sat around the firepit toasting marshmallows.
For guests keen to explore the area on two wheels cycle to the Pwll-y-Wych Nature Reserve (2 miles) to experience pretty woodlands and a cascading waterfall, or park your bikes in the nearby town of Talgarth (2 miles) to pick up some locally sourced produce for the house. Walkers and cyclists alike will be right at home in the surrounding Black Mountains, with the Wan Fach just 17 miles and Pen y Fan 16.5 miles further afield.