Romantic barn conversion with its own garden spa room near the Brecon Beacons National Park, perfect for relaxing rural escapes.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Nature's Rest is owned and managed by Helen Howarth.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Helen Howarth.
Heat pumps / Heat recovery ventilation system
Repurposed / renovated building
EV charging point
100% green energy supplier
Motion sensor lightbulbs
Draft-proofed to a very high level
Located in gorgeous Welsh countryside, just north of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Nature’s Rest is a peaceful barn conversion, inspired by the rural landscape around it. With its own garden spa room and decor which seamlessly combines modern luxury with rustic, nature-inspired elements, this is a tranquil retreat for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle.
The interior feels bright and spacious with plenty of natural light and soft neutral tones chosen for the furnishings. These complement the features inspired by nature, such as the rustic wooden table and chairs in the kitchen, the exposed beams and the areas of exposed stonework. Downstairs, there’s an open-plan kitchen and living area. The kitchen is fully equipped for any culinary challenge and the living space is centred around a stylish fire which will crackle away as you curl up on the sofa in front of a film.
Step across the patio to the private heated garden spa room. Lie back and relax in the aromatherapy spa bath, perhaps with a glass of something in hand, and enjoy the view of the clouds above through the skylight. In the summer, open the large bi-fold doors and let in the fresh air while enjoying a coffee on the relaxation sofa. There’s also a barbecue kitchen just outside in the patio area so you can enjoy your meals outdoors. On chillier days, get a fire going in the spa room’s wood-burner and stay warm and cosy in your tranquil hideaway.
Upstairs, under the high vaulted ceilings, the large bedroom is a relaxing space. A freestanding bath sits under one of the skylights opposite the luxurious double bed, perfectly positioned to enjoy the view. There’s an ensuite bathroom and an additional bedroom suitable for a child.
Guests have access to the 25 acres of fields and woodland surrounding the property and a communal tennis court. After a quick match to build up an appetite, stroll along the river to the local pub for lunch. For a more adventurous walk, head into the Brecon Beacons National Park and choose one of the many spectacular routes on offer via waterfalls, woodland and rolling hills. There are activities on offer to suit everyone, from a peaceful morning’s fishing to white water rafting.
The minimum rental period over a weekend is three nights arriving on a Friday, or four nights mid-week arriving on a Monday, but you can decide to arrive or depart within this timeframe to suit you.
Both short breaks are priced the same, so if you stay mid-week you effectively get one night FREE!
A full seven-night retreat works out much better value, being just an extra 30% more than a short break.
To reserve your dates we would just require a 25% deposit and the remaining balance would be due 8 weeks prior to arrival.
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