This characterful property, one of four located on a traditional working farm surrounded by the rolling Monmouthshire countryside, is dog-friendly and ideal for a family or a group of friends for a rural getaway. It’s an ideal base for exploring the beautiful Usk Valley (6 miles), the Black Mountains (15 miles) and the Brecon Beacons. Visit the nearby vibrant market town of Abergavenny (3 miles), where you can discover the ancient castle, and enjoy wonderful local produce from the weekly farmers’ market.
This impressive barn offers a private entrance into a lobby where you can leave coats and boots, or clean muddy paws. The barn has been sympathetically restored and is filled with a perfect mix of country-style charm and comfortable contemporary furnishings. Relax in the striking open-plan living space, perfect for families or friends to socialise, offering peace to unwind on the plush sofas. Spend the evening watching TV, and on chilly evenings, throw a log onto the wood burner to keep you warm. The kitchen is off from the dining area and has all you need to prepare your home-cooked favourites. When it is time to sleep, you can choose from three attractive bedrooms: two doubles and a twin room. A bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate shower room, both with a WC, complete the offer of this lovely barn. French doors from the living room lead out to an enclosed garden with a charcoal BBQ and outdoor furniture, making it a delightful spot for al fresco dining in fine weather.
Soak up the history and culture of the area with a visit to nearby Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the Big Pit National Coal Museum (10 miles), the 900-year-old ruins at Llanthony Priory (11 miles), and Raglan Castle (12 miles). Foodies can indulge in a great selection of pubs and restaurants showcasing menus created with seasonal local produce. Annual events in the area include the Abergavenny Food Festival, Hay Book Festival, Green Man and the Brecon Jazz Festival.