At the Property

The property has been recently renovated to provide two compact en-suite bedrooms and a small sitting area on the first floor providing space to eat and relax.

Bedding and towels are provided.


On the ground floor is a kitchen area offering a microwave, toaster, kettle, coffeemaker, washing machine, fridge/freezer and hotplate, suitable for basic self-catering.  Cutlery and crockery is provided.
Breakfast bar with 4 stools


A separate utility room contains a tumble dryer and heated drying rails. This also provides space for storing bikes.


The property provides a rare opportunity to play tennis on its own adjoining court. Outdoor tennnis shoes are essential. Bring your own racket and balls


A summer house comes complete with BBQ and is an ideal place to watch beautiful sunsets and the stars at night.


The farm manager and owners are usually on site should help be needed.


As the stairs are narrow, the property is not suitable for the disabled. The building is part of a working farm with cattle and sheep, and so children under 11 cannot be accommodated.
Dogs must be on a lead at all times


The property is non-smoking, no candles, please!


Around and About


The Brecon Beacons National Park provides the opportunity for a vast range of activities including:

  • walking
  • fishing
  • canoeing
  • cycling and mountain biking
  • rock climbing
  • horse riding
  • sight seeing
  • castles and historic houses
  • Dark Sky star-gazing
  • canal trips and boat hire


Visit the Brecon Beacon website for more information


Local annual events include the Brecon Jazz Festival and Abergavenny Food Festival just to mention a few.


Brecon - 7 miles away - can be visited for shopping and also offers a cinema and theatre. Several pubs and restaurants offer food a reasonable prices.


Hay-on-Wye - 24 miles away - is famous for its annual literature festival and its many bookstores.


Cardiff is about an hours drive and offers city centre shopping, sports, theatres, many restaurants and boat trips.