This large cottage enjoys a peaceful location set deep in the Clydach Gorge, within 1 mile of the village of Gilwern, well served with pubs, shops, and a picturesque canal. Set on the edge of the Blaenavon World Heritage site, you can enjoy country walks from your doorstep. Visit the vibrant market town of Crickhowell (4.5 miles) full of independent shops, pubs, restaurants, and cafes. Or you can head into Abergavenny (4 miles), known for its annual food festival, farmers’ markets, and Norman castle. Other attractions in the area include Blaenavon Iron Works (7 miles), The Big Pit National Coal Museum (7 miles), the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre (22 miles), horse riding, mountain biking, climbing, and kayaking on the Usk and Wye.
Set in five acres within the southeast corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the barn has wonderful views of the countryside from all of the rooms. The accommodation is spacious and finished to a high standard, offering flexible living space. The wide entrance hall is perfect for leaving behind muddy boots and coats, and there is a cloakroom with WC. The ground floor offers guests the choice of three generously sized bedrooms. The first is a spacious twin room with ample space to move around, with an en-suite wet room with shower and WC. Two further bedrooms enjoy a terrace with table and chairs - a double room with en-suite shower and WC, and a twin room with en-suite shower and WC. There is also a day-room on the ground floor with comfortable seating and TV, with double doors opening onto the gardens creating the perfect space for lazy afternoons. There’s a good selection of board games to keep all amused. A well-equipped kitchen sits to the rear of this room, offering everything you may need for entertaining, as well as a utility room with a washing machine, tumble dryer, and an additional freezer. The first floor offers a spacious open-plan living area with exposed beams and large windows enjoying natural light and countryside views. The lounge area has comfortable sofas, armchairs, and a TV with DVD. The dining area has a generously sized table suitable for eight, and the well-equipped kitchen has everything you may need for preparing meals. There is also a good-sized double bedroom with an additional day bed suitable for a small child and an en-suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC.
Outside, guests can enjoy the lovely grounds, with a patio area with table and chairs and gas BBQ. Steps lead to a mature garden with comfortable lounge furniture and an outdoor open fire where you keep warm while gazing at the dark skies and views onto the Blorenge and Sugar Loaf mountains.