Situated in a traditional courtyard setting, this lovingly restored 17th-century barn boasts charming mountain views. Perfect for families who love the great outdoors.
Explore the vast mountainous landscape of the Brecon Beacons right from the front door of this handsome converted stone barn. It’s less than 5 miles from Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, which you can hike up for incredible views from the top. The cottage is ideal for families with children as a shared games room has table tennis, snooker, pool, air hockey, board games and a PlayStation 3.
Inside the barn, exposed wooden beams and stonework give the cottage a homely, rustic feel throughout. Snacks and morning coffee can be enjoyed at the kitchen breakfast bar but, for more substantial meals and social occasions with all the family, the spacious conservatory provides the perfect spot. Patio doors lead out to the garden from this room, so you can take your glass of wine outside to drink in the beautiful views that surround the property. On chilly evenings, warm up by the wood burner-effect electric fire in the lounge before heading upstairs to bed. You’ll find a super-king-size bedroom, twin bedroom and a family bathroom on the first floor, all with cottage-style sloping ceilings.
Discover the amazing wilderness of the Brecon Beacons National Park by land or on water. Whether you’re into mountain biking, horse riding, kayaking or white-water rafting, active families definitely won’t be short of options here. The pretty market town of Brecon is 6 miles from the property. Unique shops and tearooms line narrow streets where you can sit and watch life on the canal drift by. Elsewhere, walk behind cascading waterfalls and come face-to-face with life-size dinosaurs at the National Showcaves Centre for Wales (15 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.