Retaining original beams and stonework, this charming property has been imaginatively converted to provide light, friendly and relaxing accommodation for a couple or family seeking a tranquil retreat.
Enjoy the natural beauty of your surroundings from the comfort of this two-bedroom, converted barn. Situated close to the hamlet of Defynnog, in Mid Wales, it sleeps up to four guests and still features exquisite revealed stonework and exposed beams. Enjoy hill walking, cycling and exploring the Brecon Beacons, as well as simply relaxing on the garden terrace, with its views out over the water meadows and hills.
Make your way into this delightful holiday home, with its abundance of character. Find the lounge/diner, with its large windows, a great place to unwind at the end of a busy day and take in the garden and countryside views. Sit in here to read your book, watch TV or a DVD, or listen to the CD/radio. Cook up holiday treats in the kitchen, which has an electric oven, microwave and fridge with ice compartment; then lay the table and dine together in style. Find your family bathroom, with bath, with shower over, and WC, also on the ground floor. Head up the steep, open-tread, cottage-style staircase to the first floor to discover a bedroom, with double bed, and a five-step ladder up to a split-level landing and a twin bedroom. Both charming bedrooms feature low sloping ceilings. Wander out on to the patio when weather permits. Light the BBQ and enjoy the views. Finding parking for one car.
Head out on long walks through the beautiful Brecon Beacons. Find superb trails for cycling too. Drive to Ystradfellte, 10 miles away, for a 5-mile walk past four impressive waterfalls. Find a pub, restaurant and art gallery in Defynnog, as well as a yew tree believed to be the oldest living tree in Europe. Stroll into Sennybridge, 2 miles away, to see its castle ruins, or go shopping in Brecon, 9 miles away.