A luxury barn conversion in the lush Brecon Beacons, where you can throw on your wellies and enjoy a real Welsh adventure…
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 7 nights
Strawberry Barn is listed in affiliation with Holiday Cottages.
Throw on your wellies and get that ruddy country glow with a stay at this luxury, rural hideaway in the lush South Wales valleys. With an exclusive position amongst the mysterious Black Mountains, it is a magical place for a country experience. Find the fabled Offa’s Dyke path or spot the soaring Red Kite’s, before getting to know the neighbouring sheep on the way to the local pub. With no-one and nothing to interrupt your gaze, you can soak up the legendary views each and every day.
Strawberry Barn can be found at the end of a winding dirt track and is settled on Hatterall Ridge in the Brecon Beacons National Park. With the enchanting Llantony Valley sweeping far off into the distance, you can enjoy mesmerising views of a majestic landscape.
The historic stone barn was once two separate farm buildings that have been expertly converted into an elegant country home. Its spacious kitchen-diner joins the two barns together and has designer appliances and a distressed dining table. Steps lead up to the welcoming sitting room that has floral armchairs and sink-in sofas. Stacks of interesting books line the far wall and are joined by the open fire and courtyard doors. A modern playroom can also be found downstairs that has a TV, music system and plenty of games.
The sumptuous bedrooms are spread either side of the living areas and include 5 twin/double rooms and one single child’s bedroom. The charming child’s room adjoins the master en-suite double and is beautifully decorated with a comfortable sleigh bed. The double rooms each have a sophisticated finish with neutral colours, antique furniture and pretty prints. The deluxe mattresses are topped with goose down duvets and woollen throws and are the perfect place to relax after a day in the great outdoors.
Outside, there are endless adventures to be found with epic walks and outdoor activities right on your doorstep. Kick up the dirt with a few horse riding lessons before taking to the skies for a hang gliding session. Abergavenny and Hay on Wye are also well worth a visit and are known for their bustling markets, vintage book shops and delicious, local foods.
If you don’t want to venture far then you can always hang out in the 3.5 acre garden that has a football lawn, a trampoline and an al fresco dining terrace.
The area is foodie heaven. The Queen’s Head pub is within walking distance and is a cosy, little place that has a friendly atmosphere. The Walnut Tree is 10 mins away, it has a Michelin star. The Hardwick is 15 mins away and there are many others. Also there is the Abergavenny Food Festival in September which is really getting well known and chefs like Ottelenghi come to it.
Surrounded by the stunning Brecon Beacons.
Bristol and Cardiff. Both are 1hr 15mins by car.
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