Set within the foothills of the Black Mountains, this rural location is simply perfect for couples wanting to embrace the outdoors, offering comfortable accommodation and stunning views. The elevated location within Llanbedr is great for walking, guests can leave the car behind and step out onto the Beacon Way to climb The Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain that stands proudly above Crickhowell, or follow the ridge along to Waun Fach where you can enjoy views across to Pen y Fan and Grwyne Fawr Reservoir. Mountain bikers can access the bike trail from the property to enjoy the Mynddu Forest. Llangorse Lake (13 miles) offers kayaking, windsurfing and sailing, and for a little history, The World Heritage site at Blaenavon (11 miles). The annual Green Man festival that takes place in August each year is located less than 5 miles from the property - close enough to visit but far enough to ensure a good night's sleep. There are also many market towns to explore, Crickhowell (3mls) and Abergavenny (7mls) with fine examples of medieval castles and Hay-on-Wye (22mls) situated on the river Wye and renown for the annual summer book festival.
Take some time to enjoy the views across to the Sugar Loaf before you step inside, this single-storey barn conversion with original A-frame beams offers a comfortable open-plan living space that is perfect to relax after a day exploring the National Park. The living area offers a comfortable L shape sofa, Smart TV, and a dining table, and chairs for four that’s perfect for a hearty supper. The compact kitchen is simple though well-equipped with everything you may need to prepare meals during your stay. For a peaceful night’s rest, there is a cosy double bedroom (the bed is accessed from one side) with views onto the farm. Completing the barn is a shower room.
Outside to the rear of the barn a small courtyard with table and chairs that’s perfect for a morning coffee or something chilled on a sunny afternoon.