Birch Tree Barn

Property rating: 5 stars
  • Weeks from £459
  • Short Breaks from £344
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Wi-Fi
  • Garden
  • BBQ

Birch Tree Barn offers the perfect home for visitors looking to sample the great Welsh combination of good food, wonderful walking and sport. Located within walking distance of renowned pub, The Hardwick, the barn enjoys great views and good road links. Its attractive wood-clad exterior is matched by a comfortable and tasteful interior - ideal for a couple or family looking for a base from which to explore the local countryside and try out the many award-winning eateries in the area. Birch Tree comes with the added benefit of table football and basket ball and golf

Barn accommodation - Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms

Birch Tree Barn is very attractive from the outside and this continues through to the comfortable and attractive interior. Entrance to the barn is via the external wooden stairs which lead into a spacious and bright open-plan living area. The room has lovely oak floors and impressive A-frame beams. The well-equipped, open plan kitchen has ample work and storage space as well as an electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and coffee maker. There is also a dining table and chairs. The attractive living area has comfortable leather sofas and chairs, a flat screen, wall-mounted TV with DVD player and vast picture windows giving views in 3 directions.

Upstairs

Bedroom 1:  King size bedroom

Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom

The main bathroom : Has a bath with shower over, toilet and handbasin.

Downstairs on the ground floor is a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer.  There is also table football and basketball here for children.

Useful Information

  •  Bedlinen and towels provided
  •  Electricity, gas and oil central heating
  •  Cot and highchair available
  •  Wi-Fi
  •  Welcome pack on arrival
  •  Ample parking
  • Telescope Provided
  •  Lawned garden with furniture and BBQ
  •  Bike storage and pressure washer facility
  •  Unsuitable for pets - by owners choice as the owner has dogs herself
  •  Good mobile phone reception

    Recently renovated barn

    Reached via exterior wooden steeps, the layout of Birch Tree Barn takes full advantage of the magnificent countryside views. The open plan living, dining and kitchen area is spacious with large picture windows and triple aspect views. There are oak floors throughout and wonderful exposed A-frame beams. The barn has been recently renovated and has been decorated and furnished stylishly. The property sleeps up to 4 people in one double and one twin room with a family bathroom. You won't miss any modern conveniences here with a wall mounted flat screen Freesat TV, DVD and WiFi internet access. Children will love the table tennis and basketball on the ground floor and the large lawned gardens. 

    A foodie's paradise

    Birch Tree Barn is ideally located for those interested in visiting the pubs and restaurants that have put this region of the country on the food map. There are three notably superb eateries within 20 miles and many others for you to discover. These include a Michelin starred restaurant, The Walnut Tree, 7 miles away.  Birch Tree is also within easy reach of the celebrated Bell at Skenfrith, Michelin pub of the year in 2007 and recipient of 2 AA rosettes. Finally, The Hardwick is less than 2 miles away and would make a comfortable summer's evening walk and is another multi-award winning gastropub. Run by Stephen Terry the Michelin starred restauranteur, the Hardwick won Welsh Restaurant of the year in 2008 and its fantastic reputation continues today.

    Time your visit towards the end of September and take in the Abergavenny Food Festival to enjoy some Welsh hospitality and sample the amazing local produce.

    Award winner for walkers and cyclists

    With all that eating visitors to Birch Tree will be glad to know that the surrounding countryside provides some fabulous walking and cycle trails. The nearby Skirrid Mountain is rich in legend and mystery. Its unusual shape has given rise to numerous superstitions. According to one, the notch on its west side was caused by the underside of Noah's ark and others claim that the ravine which splits the mountain in two appeared when a bolt of lightning marked Christ's crucifixion.

    Choose a walking route over the mountain that brings you pass Llanvihangel Court and the peacocks that patrol the grounds there. Then quench your thirst at the ancient Skirrid Inn - reputed to be Wales' oldest pub. Birch Tree Barn is well placed for visitors wishing to explore the Golden Valley, Brecon Beacons or the Black Mountains and there are several beautiful river walks within a few minutes of the barn.

    Birch Tree Barn has been recognised as being 'Cyclist and Walker friendly' by Visit Wales and keen cyclists visiting the barn will appreciate the secure storage and pressure washer facility. The barn is also in close proximity to The National Cycle Network route 42 (Hay-on-Wye to Chepstow) and several mountain bike tours for all abilities are available locally.

    Abergavenny 4 miles, Crickhowell 10 miles, Monmouth 14 miles.

    If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Jessica or Sophie

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    Location

    2016 - 2017 Prices (weeks/3 days)

    The prices below exclude the £25 booking fee and any other extras such as pets
    • Date
      Per week
      3 Days
    • 2 Sep - 20 Oct 2016:
      £488
      £366
    • 21 Oct - 27 Oct 2016:
      £574
      £431
    • 28 Oct - 15 Dec 2016:
      £459
      £344
    • Christmas:
      £631
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    • New Year:
      £631
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    • 1 Jan - 9 Feb 2017:
      £470
      £353
    • 10 Feb - 23 Feb 2017:
      £500
      £375
    • 24 Feb - 30 Mar 2017:
      £470
      £353
    • 31 Mar - 6 Apr 2017:
      £500
      £375
    • 7 Apr - 20 Apr 2017:
      £588
      £441
    • 21 Apr - 25 May 2017:
      £500
      £375
    • 26 May - 1 Jun 2017:
      £647
      £485
    • 2 Jun - 20 Jul 2017:
      £500
      £375
    • 21 Jul - 31 Aug 2017:
      £588
      £441

    Customer Comments

    • Comments collected by independent review service Feefo. ++Excellent

      Service rating : The booking service for this property was excellent. Made over twelve months previous and we were not disappointed. I would most certainly recommend this booking facility to my friends and family without hesitation. There were no hiccups just straight forward transactions.
      Product : There are no negatives for this property. Clean tidy and modern facility. There were steps to negotiate access to the front door leading to the lounge area with T.V. and WiFi Kitchen diner was modern with all cooking utensils available. Dish washer cooker and fridge available and a washing and dryer in a self contained area and games room. Two bedrooms - one double and two single beds in the other with cot available for baby and a modern bathroom. Garden and plenty of space for relaxation in this quiet secluded but easy to find property.

      Many thanks for your lovely comments following your stay at Birch Tree Barn.

      Kind regards

      Carolyn

      09-Aug-2016

    • Comments collected by independent review service Feefo. ++Excellent

      Service rating : Clean barn very welcoming and freindly owners.
      Product : Beautiful Barn and setting. Felt very welcome and at home in Birch Tree Barn. Arrived to freshly baked cake and Bread. The setting is lovely and my sons really enjoyed the space outside to roam/play. Also a great base to explore South Wales.

      Thanks for your positive feedback following your recent stay - hopefully we will be anle to welcome you back to the area very soon.

      Kind regards
      Edwina

      10-Apr-2016

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