Perched on a working farm just 3 miles from the market town of Abergavenny, this barn conversion is ideally located for active family holidays in the Brecon Beacons. When you’re not enjoying a tractor ride or helping tend to the sheep, set out on foot, bicycle or horseback to explore this stunning area with its forests, valleys and lakes.
Back at the property, entertain in the spacious oak kitchen or enjoy a spot of stargazing from the private hot tub. Inside, great care has been taken to retain original charm while also providing comfortable and stylish accommodation for 21st-century life. The handmade oak kitchen is a fantastic space for entertaining, with its Belfast sink with hillside views and large range-style oven. The lounge/diner is a welcoming space for relaxing after busy days, with its TV, DVD player, PlayStation and iPod dock. Offering four beautifully presented bedrooms and three bath and shower rooms, there is no need to queue in the mornings.
When the sun is shining, enjoy an al fresco meal in the garden before whiling away the evening in the hot tub with its sound system and lights. A paradise for walkers and cyclists alike, this working farm is surrounded by miles of gentle slopes, forests, trails and tracks just waiting to be discovered. One of the highest peaks in the Black Mountains, the heather and bracken-clad Sugar Loaf offers beautiful panoramic views across South Wales, the Brecon Beacons and South West England and is also home to skylarks, house martins and swallows. Take to the water for a day on Llangorse Lake (17 miles) or in wet weather take on the climbing wall at the activity centre. For supplies, visit nearby Abergavenny, with its independent shops and eateries, annual food festival, castles and standing stones.