One of three beautifully furnished properties in the Wye Valley, holding a perfect position to enjoy stunning scenery.
These former stone barns that date back to the 1800’s, have been transformed to provide lovely accommodation within a 4 acre setting. A perfect position for enjoying the stunning scenery the area has to offer with the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons being a short drive away.
The area is particularly famed for its relaxed pace of life and wonderful walks in virtually every direction which culminates with the Crickhowell Walking Festival in March. Immerse yourselves in Welsh cultural history with a visit to one of many historic houses, gardens and castles, the nearest being Tretower Court and Castle which is a classic moat and bailey castle nearly 1000 years old. There are a wealth of attractions including the National Park Visitor Centre, Craig-y-Nos Country Park, Dan-yr-Ogof and The National Showcaves of Wales, The Brecon Mountain Railway, Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, South Wales Borderers Museum and Abergavenny Castle and Museum to name a few within reach. Other events well worth noting are The Hay Festival of Literature and The Brecon Jazz Festival.
As you enter this character property you will enter the kitchen with feature fireplace, a real home from home where you can enjoy cooking up a feast, leading off the kitchen you will find the cosy lounge/diner with added wood burner to enjoy on a winter evening. As you head back to the kitchen, you will see the staircase leading to the first floor where you will find the three bedrooms, all of which have been tastefully decorated and have everything required for a good night sleep. Along with the bedrooms you will also find the family bathroom with bath and separate shower and WC.
Heading outside you can explore the communal grounds and seating areas along with enjoying a game of table tennis in the shared communal courtyard.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.