Located in a quiet valley high in the Black Mountains, this traditional barn conversion makes an ideal base suitable for couples wanting to enjoy the outdoors and explore the Brecon Beacons.
A charming barn conversion set in the Olchon Valley on the grounds of a working farm, this countryside bolthole is perfect for a couple of walking enthusiasts and their waggy-tailed companion. From crumbling ancient ruins to sweeping panoramic views, the Offa’s Dyke Path winding through the Hatterall Ridge is sure to get hearts racing. Refresh with a cold drink and a sizzling al fresco feast in your secluded lawned garden with an afternoon BBQ.
This cosy property features an earthy country interior with wooden beamed ceilings, stonework feature walls, and rustic stable doors. Store outdoor gear in the utility room and refresh with the handy Belfast sink. Step into the lounge/diner, sink onto the comfortable sofas, and unwind in the warm glow of the crackling wood burner or perch by the bay window with a warm drink and a good book. Grab a bottle of wine and enjoy an intimate meal gathered at the dining table as you scope out the best local attractions, cycle routes, and beauty spots. Potter in the kitchen and whip up some treats while you gaze at the peaceful farmland beyond before retiring to the well-presented en-suite king room for a restful night’s sleep. Enjoy balmy afternoons lounging on the front or rear gardens on the outdoor furniture or grab some blankets and stargaze from beneath the wooden pergola.
Explore the quaint streets of Hay-on-Wey, 10 miles, and settle in for lunch at a local cafe or coffee nook before exploring the myriad of independent book shops peppering the town. Pick up some fresh local produce, nibbles, and souvenirs from the farmers market in Abergavenny, 13 miles, then revel in the history-steeped architecture of Llanthony Priory, 14 miles.