A wonderful barn conversion on Tycynfin Farm, a busy working livestock farm,offering accommodation for two in the Stable, 6 in the Barn and 4 in Cynfin Old House. Boasting the most wonderful views outside, across a wide section of the Usk valley below the Bwlch pass and views of the main peaks of the Beacons in the background. The barn nestles on the slopes of the Black Mountains above the picturesque village of Tretower, with a fascinating fully restored medieval Manorhouse and tower - the remains of the Norman motte and bailey. This is an ideal location for a family or a group of friends, visiting the area or simply for relaxing and enjoying the stunning views. An extensive range of footpaths can be reached from the owners' land, (so no need to get in the car), such as The Beacons Way, and along the Black Mountains -to Hay on Wye in one direction and beyond Crickhowell in the other.
The building has been very well restored retaining the lovely ancient oak beams and much of the original stonework.
Cwmdu village with the nearest pub is 1 mile across the fields, or about 2 miles away by road. There is also the Nant-y-Fin pub/restaurant just over a one mile away, on the road to the popular market town of Crickhowell, with it's independent shops and good pubs and restaurants, which is 3 miles away.
Sleeps 2 - 1 Kig Size (zip and link can be twin)
Stable door entrance with space for coats and walking boots, leads into the kitchen/dining/ sitting room.
The kitchen has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine/tumble dryer plenty of work and storage space, dining table and chairs. Open plan to sofa, TV and DVD.
Bedroom 1: King size double room (can be zip link) . The ensuite shower room has power shower, toilet and hand basin.
Sunny terrace, with fabulous views, in front the of the cottage with an oak bench and table and chairs.
Crickhowell 3 miles, Abergavenny 8.5 miles, Brecon 12 miles, Hay on Wye 18 miles, Cardiff 41 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Ann, Ceri, Edwina, Carolyn or Andria
- High Chair
- Pets Welcome
- Tumble Dryer
- Walks from the door
- Washing Machine
- Working Farm
Crickhowell is the 2018 winner of the best British High Street, and rightly so. It's a wonderful town to visit, with a strong community spirit, almost entirely independent (and excellent) shops, really good pubs and restaurants and award winning cafes. The bustling high street runs down to the idyllic river, with and the majestic Llangattock Escarpment on the other bank. It's easy to get to, it has the Black Mountains to the East and the Brecon Beacons to the West, and it's steeped in history with its castle and the neighbouring Tretower Court and Castle.
2019 - 2020 Prices (weeks/3 days)
DatePer week3 Days
- 1 Jan - 15 Feb 2019:£304£228
- 16 Feb - 22 Feb 2019:£325£244
- 23 Feb - 29 Mar 2019:£304£228
- 30 Mar - 5 Apr 2019:£325£244
- 6 Apr - 26 Apr 2019:£381£286
- 27 Apr - 24 May 2019:£325£244
- 25 May - 31 May 2019:£419£314
- 1 Jun - 19 Jul 2019:£325£244
- 20 Jul - 30 Aug 2019:£381£286
- 31 Aug - 18 Oct 2019:£325£244
- 19 Oct - 25 Oct 2019:£381£286
- 26 Oct - 20 Dec 2019:£304£228