Providing cosy accommodation for ten guests, this beautiful stone and wood barn conversion makes a wonderful location for walkers, mountain bikers, canoeists and families exploring this stunning area.
Set your sights on Mid Wales for a special staycation in the heart of the spectacular countryside, based just 10 miles from the Brecon Beacons National Park with its rugged landscape, ancient trees and pretty waterfalls. Ideally suited to large families and groups, this spacious and comfortable retreat sleeps ten guests and offers an array of socialising spots for celebratory dinners and evening entertainment. There’s even a shared play area outside to amuse younger guests, as well as a large picnic and BBQ area where you can sit back and admire the views.
Enter to discover a bright and welcoming lounge/diner that combines exposed stone and timber beams with comfy furniture for cosy evenings unwinding and watching TV. Enjoy leisurely meal preparations in the stylish kitchen over a glass of wine, creating culinary delights out of locally sourced ingredients using the array of equipment and ample worktop space. There’s a downstairs WC, and a pretty ground-floor double bedroom accessed via a single step, with its own en-suite shower room. The remaining four bedrooms are upstairs on the first floor, each one featuring sloped ceilings and en-suite shower rooms. The neighbouring property can be booked in conjunction to sleep 16 guests, connected by an interlinking door.
Don your walking boots and set off to explore, enjoying scenic walks along the River Wye or perhaps casting a line to catch trout and grayling. Llangorse Lake has a popular activity centre that offers sailing, kayaking, pony trekking and rock-climbing opportunities 10 miles away, or why not treat yourself to some retail therapy and take to the shops at Hay-on-Wye just 7 miles away. Known for being a literature hot spot, there are plenty of bookshops to browse and coffee shops to enjoy your finds over a latte.