Ann's Barn is a lovely rural Welsh stone barn conversion on a lovely hill sheep farm. It is tastefully restored combining comfort and original features and designed to accommodate 2 people. From the property are the most wonderful views across the surrounding countryside and overlooking a newly created lake already home to various wild water fowl. Superbly situated for keen walkers with footpaths leading to all the main peaks of the Brecon Beacons with miles of uninterrupted walking. It's remote, yet only a 5 minute drive away is the A40. This is the ideal place to stay for an action packed holiday, sightseeing or just for peace and relaxation. It is a comfortable, warm and spacious retreat with privacy and every home comfort to ensure your holiday will be a memorable one. There are many good eating places in the outlying villages.
Ann's Barn has been beautifully converted with original oak beamed ceilings, oak floor, thick stone walls and decorated with stunning colour schemes with great attention paid to small detail. The well equipped oak fitted kitchen has an electric oven with grill and a ceramic hob, microwave, filter coffee maker, large fridge incorporating a fitted wine rack, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Welsh Portmeirion china, quality saucepans and a good selection of cooking utensils, cutlery, glass, oven and table ware.
The light and spacious sitting room has a feature wall with a picture window and far reaching views. A comfortable sofa and armchairs and a flame effect electric fire. Co-ordinating fabrics and furnishings. A large Afghan rug and oak flooring. SKY TV, DVD, CD, Hi-fi and radio.
The dining area has an antique pine dresser, table and chairs.
Bedroom 1: A spacious bedroom with a luxurious king-sized bed, a fitted wardrobe and antique pine furniture. Percale cotton sheets, quality duvet covers and Egyptian cotton towels. Pure welsh wool blankets for winter and sheep skin floor rugs. A wall mounted slimline SKY TV and lovely views from the windows.
The shower room: Has a rectangular anti-slip double shower cubicle with a power shower over, a wash station with a ceramic top over a base unit, a close coupled pan with push flush system. Radiator, shaver socket and extractor fan.
Outside the back door is a sheltered, private, stone slabbed patio area with pretty flowers, shrubs and garden seating making it the perfect setting for summer barbeques with fabulous views across the wildflower meadow and overlooking the wildlife pond. There is also a garden shed, re-cycling bins, gas bbq and an extendable clothes airer.
There is ample off-road private parking with an adjoining patio and seating which makes a wonderful viewing point, a small mountain stream and a bird feeding station which attracts several woodpeckers and a variety of other birds.
Perfect location for hill walkers
This is the perfect location for hill walkers where you can leave the car at the cottage and just follow the footpaths or the Old Roman Road that leads straight up to all the main peaks of the Brecon Beacons, which rise up behind the farm. Just down the lane is the ancient Church of St. Mary's dating back to the 12th Century and below the picturesque Church is a lovely woodland walk along the Afon Cynrig with snowdrops galore in the winter followed by bluebells.
Plenty of outdoor activities close by:
There are numerous cycle and mountain bike trails in the vicinity including The Taff Trail Cycle Route. Cantref Pony Trekking and Riding Centre is nearby. The Brecon to Monmouth Canal and the River Usk is 2 miles away. Golf, swimming pool and bowls are in the Cathedral town of Brecon - 4 miles. The property is centrally situated for those wishing to explore the many attractions and outdoor activities the area has to offer.
Llanfrynach 2 miles with The White Swan and Brecon only 3 miles.
If you would like to speak to anyone who has seen Ann's Barn ask for : Elizabeth, Ceri or Edwina
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