nr Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons
A cosy country barn with hot tub deep in rural Wales - set in a private acre of land it's perfect for four-legged friends
Brecon Beacons Barn is listed in affiliation with Holiday Cottages.
This cosy, homely barn is hidden deep in the peaceful south Wales countryside. It's surrounded on all sides by the stunning landscape of the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains, the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley.
The barn sits within over an acre of private land, which includes gardens, a terrace with seating and hot tub, a large duckpond and fields. After a long day out exploring, come back and sink into the large outdoor hot tub and enjoy miles of unspoiled rural views as you soak. The huge garden is fully enclosed and safe, a dog's paradise - and up to two furry friends are welcome to join you on your stay.
Inside, the barn has a pretty, contemporary country cottage style, with wooden beams and exposed brickwork. On the ground floor there's a well-equipped kitchen with everything you need for rustling up dinner, and a dining table which seats four. This leads into the comfortable living area, with a woodburning stove and warm sofa, perfect for curling up on chilly evenings.
Upstairs the two bedrooms are tranquil and serene. There's one double room and one twin room, both simply and tastefully decorated with thoughtful little touches like candles, fresh flowers and lavender plants. All beds are comfortable with high quality linen, just right for a restful night's sleep after a day out walking, a good dinner and maybe a glass or two of wine. You'll find the bathroom modern and spotlessly clean, with both a shower and a deep bath. There's also a seperate loo downstairs.
This lovely barn sits in splendid rural isolation, private and undisturbed, but you're not too far from civilisation. Less than half a mile down the road is a local pub, also dog-friendly. You're just 20 minutes away from the Severn Bridge, with easy access to Cardiff, Monmouth, Usk and Abergavenny, perfect for country shows and food festivals throughout the year. Historic sites including Tintern Abbey, Chepstow Castle, and the Roman fortress in Caerleon are all within easy reach. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is also close at hand, with excellent tow-path walks.
Cardiff Airport is 35 miles away, roughly an hour's drive
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