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The beautiful countryside around Monmouth with it's castles, canals and rivers, make this an ideal holiday location. With plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and watersports. Charming market towns like Abergavenny and Newport and close to the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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Barn in Mid Wales 7

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1282 Availability

The small hamlet of Trewyn just a mile from Pandy sits at the foot of the Black Mountains, offering an idyllic location that you will struggle to leave, this peaceful hamlet is well served by the local villages, with a village inn in Pandy and a well stocked village store in Longtown. For walkers why not explore the Black Mountains and join the Offa s Dyke pathway which will take you deeper into the countryside. Ideal for touring with the market town of Abergavenny with a regular farmers market and food festival, Crickhowell nestled within the Usk Valley and Hay on Wye with an eclectic range of book shops that all celebrate the book festivals throughout the year. Open the solid wooden gates onto the cobbled courtyard and take a moment to take in beauty of the building. The large open hallway is inviting with a bench for you to sit and leave your boots behind, the handcrafted oak staircase takes centre stage, with an opening that leads you into the lounge, beautifully furnished with classic sofas, colourful cushions and woollen rugs covering the flagstone floors. Further complimented by the large glazed doors opening onto the courtyard and open fire set ready to light when enjoying a favourite movie on the TV/DVD. For entertaining step off the hallway into the kitchen/diner, set to the rear of the house with a well equipped kitchen enjoying views onto the naturally landscaped grounds, take advantage of the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A breakfast bar divides the room with an area for dining, with a table that will comfortably seat eight guests. There is access to the garden along with a ground floor WC. So, when the day is done, climb the solid oak staircase where you will find three bedrooms. A double with ornate four poster bed enjoying views onto the gardens and an en suite shower room with rainfall shower and WC. A double with views onto the courtyard and a triple room with handcrafted built in cabin beds, the room is made up of 2 lower level 4' wide beds and one single top bunk. We would advise the top bunk to the right as you enter the room is not suitable for children as there is no bed guard and what looks like a fourth bed in this room is only 4ft long and again not suitable for adults or small children to sleep in and has no bed guard. There is a bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC on this floor. The gardens surround the rear of the property, they are naturally landscaped and great to explore with babbling brooks and hidden benches along the way, there is a terrace set to the side where you can sit and soak in the wood fired hot tub. And for al fresco dining enjoy the gated courtyard where you have a BBQ area, firepit, table and chairs ready to dine. There is parking for three cars.

Barn in Mid Wales 12

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1544 Availability

Bettws is a sweet village in the Brecon Beacons. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid nearby providing amazing scenery. Just three miles to the historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, regular festivals and markets and even a little cinema for rainy days. Nearby you can visit galleries, museums and historic castles. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. Plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye the town of books, which is twenty miles away. It is difficult not to be impressed when driving up the gravelled drive to this detached barn. Entering the double height dining room simply adds to a very welcoming arrival. The room flows to an opulent lounge with TV/DVD, with large comfortable sofas framing a warming wood burner, providing a relaxing environment any time of year. There are some stone steps down to a delightful sun room, looking out over the grounds and an ideal spot to enjoy a good book and a cup of tea. The kitchen is also a few steps from the lounge and is well equipped for large family gatherings. It has a double electric oven and hob, microwave, coffee machine and dishwasher. A small flight of wooden stairs takes you to a large utility area with fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and handy WC. Heading away from the lounge through the dining area and up a step, takes you to the ground floor sleeping accommodation. The first room is a sweet double bedroom, with ample wardrobe space, bed linen and towels provided. There is a useful WC before reaching a pretty en suite double bedroom with shower and WC. For entertaining the family there is a games room at the end of this hallway, which is home to a pool table. The first floor is accessed via the imposing staircase that greets you upon arrival to Kestrel Barn, alongside the dining area, with the landing stretching across the length of the building. The master bedroom has a king size bed, with character A frame beams and lovely rural and mountain views. It also benefits from a dressing area that leads to the large en suite with shower and WC, both down a few steps from the bedroom. There is a further double bedroom, again with a beautiful aspect. The family bathroom is well appointed with a roll top bath, separate shower and WC. The final two bedrooms are both twin rooms. This detached barn is a splendid holiday destination for families and couples, the wonderful location and local offerings makes this a must visit whatever the season. Outside there are large enclosed grounds with lawn and patio with furniture. There is ample private parking which includes a carport.

Barn in Mid Wales 8

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £55 Availability

This beautiful barn is set on a working farm, with friendly owners who will gladly involve you in farming life. From lambing to sheering, or perhaps a simple tractor ride on the gentle slopes of the Sugar Loaf Mountain, there's plenty to do on the doorstep. Just three miles from the market town of Abergavenny and a couple of miles further to the lovely mountain town of Crickhowell. Hay on Wye, Monmouth, Cardiff and Hereford are in easy reach too. The Brecon Beacons National Park is easily explored from the door by bike, walking and there are several pony trekking options available nearby too. On rainy days there is a little cinema in Abergavenny and for more active days out Llangorse Activity Centre has a large indoor climbing wall for all abilities and one Europe's longest zip wires. Step into the beautiful hand made oak kitchen, with cosy underfloor heating beneath the Travertine stone tiles and well equipped with a smart retro Smeg fridge freezer and large Britannia range. There are also great views out across the mountains from the smart Butler kitchen sink. Leading up to a lovely oak floored dining room, on through to high ceilings and huge oak and glass windows in the sitting room. With light flooding in, more underfloor heating, huge leather sofas to sink into and an enormous television with DVD and a Playstation 3 attached, keeping teens amused. There is a generous and up to date dvd and PSP3 games library available too. Upstairs you will find a beautiful master bedroom, with antique king size bed, marshmallow duvet, stunning views and it's own television. A lovely bathroom is right next door, fully equipped with stylish stone tiles and a claw foot bath. There is another double bedroom on that side of the barn. Step across the oak and glass walkway to a further king size bedroom with television, plus a single bedroom, which can be converted into a twin bedroom to sleep a total of eight. These further two bedrooms are serviced by a lovely shower room and there is an additional wet room downstairs. Fluffy dressing gowns can be found in the master bedrooms. Every comfort has been considered in the design of this stunning barn, outside there are uninterrupted views, a private garden, as well as lovely garden furniture, a firepit and a gas barbeque in the summer. Not forgetting to mention, a private hot tub, with its own sound and light system, included in the price. The barn has ample private parking. Two well behaved dogs welcome, not on the furniture please. There is an additional 50 cleaning charge if booked for 8 adults.

Barn in Mid Wales 6

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £835 Availability

Secluded converted henhouse set in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid providing an amazing backdrop. Visit the historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, with regular food festivals and markets three miles. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. Nearby you can visit galleries, museums and historic castles at Grosmont, White Castle and Raglan. Plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye, the town of books, which is within easy reach. On entering the property, the interior is a wonderful surprise with a light and airy feel, achieved with a contemporary finish following a conversion in 2017. Enter into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, the double height ceiling adds to the spacious feel of this impressive family room. There are two leather sofas alongside a lovely reclaimed coffee table to play games or just sit back and watch the Smart TV. Leading on from here is the stylish and well equipped kitchen with electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and the washing machine is housed in separate room. This welcoming space also has the dining area with doors leading to outside. Laid out across the ground floor there are three bedrooms, a master king size with en suite wet room with WC, a further king size with en suite shower room with WC and a twin bedroom (which can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom with WC. A fabulous and warming property, with the benefit of underfloor heating, making this a super retreat at any time of the year. Outside there is a large private enclosed garden, with patio area with furniture and lawn beyond. There is ample private parking adjacent to the property.

Barn in Mid Wales 6

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £817 Availability

This beautifully restored barn is situated along a quiet country lane in rolling countryside a mile from the Welsh border village of Grosmont, described by the Welsh writer Jan Morris as The most beautiful village in Britain with its castle, friendly pub and quaint village post office/store. The area is perfect for walkers and cyclists of all abilities, offering easy access to the Brecon Beacons for adventurous hiking and the Wye Valley for canoeing, cycling and more gentle walking. The barn is only eight miles from the foodie town of Abergavenny with its monthly farmers' market held on the last Thursday of the month, and the renowned Food Festival every September. The area boasts a wealth of excellent restaurants and country pubs, too numerous to mention. Heading towards the Brecon Beacons is the pretty town of Crickhowell, whilst on the England/Wales border about half hours drive away is the historic town of Monmouth. Take a drive up towards Llanthony Abbey through the Black Mountains and on to Hay on Wye with its eclectic range of book shops and the international Literary Festival every May. There is lots of family fun available, from pony trekking to rope climbing at Go Ape, the Big Pit National Coal Museum in Blaenavon and a multitude of castles to explore. This traditional detached stone barn is warm and welcoming, with large, glazed doors leading you into the light and spacious sitting room. The exposed barn walls and travertine floor complement the contemporary style of furnishing, and the wood burner provides the perfect backdrop for a cosy evening catching up with friends or watching the TV. A selection of books and DVDs are available for guests in the lounge perfect for those rainy days. Across the hall lies the kitchen with a lovely oak table for meals and stable doors leading onto a private patio area, for alfresco dining or drinks. The well equipped kitchen includes electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The ground floor also has a utility room with washing machine and a shower room with WC. Upstairs the spacious master bedroom is the perfect place to wind down, with a king size bed, chaise longue and sofa. Across the hall is a further double room and a bunk bedroom. All the bedrooms have oak floors, beautiful beams and stunning views across the rolling Monmouthshire countryside. Soak up the views over the Welsh hills as you lie back in the bath, the centre piece of the lovely family bathroom. Outside, as well as the private, enclosed courtyard with table, chairs and charcoal BBQ, there is a lawn with table and chairs whilst children will enjoy exploring the owners' orchard. Next door to the barn in the boiler room there is a tumble dryer, butler s sink for washing muddy boots and space for bicycle storage and walking kit. There is parking for two cars close to the barn entrance.

Barn in Mid Wales 11

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £2565 Availability

Set within private grounds, these two beautiful old barns have been cleverly and stylishly connected to create a gorgeous family home, complete with stunning views. Finished to a high standard, this property provides maximum style and comfort.On the natural border between England and Wales with Offa's Dyke just a little further up the hill, this house is perfectly located with incredible walks and mountain bike trails right from the door. The Black Mountains are fabulous by horseback and there are numerous riding stables nearby. There are Norman Castles littered throughout the landscape and three historic castles, Grosmont, Skenfrith and White Castle, are all within easy reach, perfect for a day out exploring the Borders. Towns nearby include Abergavenny with its castle, shops and restaurants just 15 mins by car whilst the Cathedral cities of Brecon and Hereford are just 30 minutes away. The region is great for walking, has a wealth of mountain bike trails within the area as well as canoeing through the Wye Valley. This is a stunningly beautiful property in a secluded position and surrounded by lovely countryside. A much loved home full of family photos and containing everything you will need for a perfect stay. The Wi fi is sometimes patchy and due to the rural location, the showers are sometimes less than powerful but we know you will find this to be a gorgeous barn with a stunning view in the Black Mountains, as have the many guests before.Inside are many internal steps. From the front door, a stone stairway leads down to a cosy den with TV, DVD Wi Fi and Sky Sports. A few steps up and you reach the fabulously cosy drawing room with shelves full of books and a warming open fire with plenty of chairs gathered around for a lovely lazy afternoon or evening. There is also a spacious and stylish open plan kitchen diner which is found three steps down from the drawing room interlinked with this is large sitting room which is a beautiful glass conservatory which houses a comfortable corner sofa and wood burning stove. The kitchen is well equipped with Lacanche electric range, dishwasher and microwave with the adjacent French dining table having ample space for 12 guests.On one side of the property are stairs leading to two double bedrooms made up with super king size beds (which can be made into twins by request at the time of booking). There is a bathroom with roll top bath and shower. On the next level is the master bedroom with super king size bed and en suite bathroom with adjoining single bedroom. A further flight of stairs leads to two more super king sized rooms (which can be made into twins on request at time of booking) with another bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower. Outside there is some fabulous outdoor furniture on the terrace as well as private grounds complete with trampoline, swing ball and sledges in winter months. There is also a BBQ. The property has a long farm driveway, so please be aware that it gets muddy in bad weather pack some wellies!

Barn in South Wales 4

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £626 Availability

Secluded converted henhouse set in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid providing an amazing backdrop. Three miles to the delightful, historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, with regular food festivals and markets to enjoy. Visit nearby galleries, museums and historic castles at Grosmont, White Castle and Raglan. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. There are plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye, the town of books, which is within easy reach. Entering into the property, the interior is a marvellous surprise with a light and airy feel, achieved with a contemporary finish following a conversion in 2017. Step into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, the double height ceiling adds to the spacious feel of this impressive room. There are two leather sofas alongside a large coffee table to play games or just watch the Smart TV. Beyond, there is a kitchen with electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher, the washing machine. This welcoming space also has the dining area with a marvellous table and benches and bi fold doors leading to the outside world. All laid out across the ground floor there are two bedrooms, a master king size with en suite shower room with WC and a twin bedroom (which can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom with WC. All in all, a fabulous and warming environment, with the benefit of underfloor heating, making this a super family or couples retreat at any time of year. Outside there is a large private enclosed garden, with patio area with furniture and lawn beyond. There is ample private parking adjacent to the property.

Barn in South Wales 10

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £1435 Availability

Secluded converted henhouse set in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid providing an amazing backdrop. Three miles to the delightful, historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, with regular food festivals and markets to enjoy. Visit nearby galleries, museums and historic castles at Grosmont, White Castle and Raglan. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. There are plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye, the town of books, which is within easy reach. This beautiful property, lovingly converted in 2017 makes a perfect venue for a large group or family gathering, with the five en suite bedrooms and two open plan lounge/kitchen/dining spaces offering plenty of privacy for all involved. Entering the largest of these living spaces the double height interior is a marvellous surprise with a light and airy feel and clean contemporary finish. There are two leather sofas around a large coffee table where you can play games or watch the Smart TV. On the other side of the room is a stylish modern kitchen with granite peninsular equipped with an electric oven, large induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and Bluetooth speaker. Beyond the peninsular is a smart walnut dining table from where French doors lead to a patio area, with a teak dining table and chairs, and enclosed garden beyond. There are three bedrooms that lead from this large crisp living space: a spacious king size bedroom with a large en suite limestone wet room and WC, a king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC, and a twin room (that can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom. Through a corridor from the living area you'll find the second large open plan lounge/kitchen/dining space. Again there are two leather sofas around a reclaimed wood coffee table and Smart TV. This kitchen has a charming country character, and is well equipped with an electric oven with induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, washing machine and Bluetooth speaker. This bright welcoming space also has a marvellous pine dining table, with benches, that comfortably seats ten. Bi fold doors lead to a further patio area and enclosed garden. There are two bedrooms that lead from this living space: a spacious king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC, and a twin room (that can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom. A fabulous and warming property, with underfloor heating that make this a super retreat at any time of year. Outside there are large enclosed gardens which are laid to lawn, there is a patio, garden furniture and lovely views. There is ample private parking by the property.

Barn in South Wales 6

Govilon, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £706 Availability

This detached property, accessed down a narrow country lane, offers peace and tranquillity and adjoins 40 acres of its own land, with beautiful walks, climbs and even caves and a waterfall to explore. The tranquil Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is less than a mile from the property. The village centre of Govilon is just a short walk away and is right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The village also lies on the edge of the Blaenavon World Heritage site, home to several historic attractions including the Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon Heritage Railway and Blaenavon Iron Works. There are many miles of walks, cycle routes and towpaths within easy reach, and opportunities to try climbing, abseiling, canoeing, and caving are all on your doorstep. For a more restful day trip, nearby Abergavenny is a must, which has built an excellent culinary reputation and a visit to the award winning high street in Crickhowell is highly recommended. Enter the beautiful open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with views straight out to the fields beyond. The lounge area has two comfortable sofas, a TV and a warming wood burner to provide the cosiest focal point to the room. The dining area has a large table with chairs and two floor to ceiling windows looking to the outside. Prepare a meal in the well equipped kitchen with Aga, providing both warmth and charm, as well as an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. From here you are led down a couple of steps to the lower ground floor with a second lounge, ideal for children and teenagers with a large sofa and smart TV. There is also a contemporary wet room with shower and WC on this level and bifold doors to outside. From the ground floor head upstairs to the first floor to the sleeping accommodation, where there are three bedrooms. The first is the master double bedroom with a smart TV and fantastic rural and mountain views, followed by a further double and a twin bedroom, all with linen and towels provided. There is a bathroom on this floor with bath and WC that completes the property. Outside there is a large enclosed decked area with your own private hot tub, perfect for gazing up at the stars after a day of exploring. You can also enjoy use of the patio furniture and BBQ whilst taking in the far reaching views. Here you will also find access to the garage which houses the utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer. Please note the property is accessed by travelling up a private, narrow lane which opens to reveal a bridge, which you pass over to find the parking in front of the property, with enough space for four cars.

Barn in South Wales 2

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £509 Availability

Recharge your batteries at this immaculately presented cottage for two just a mile from the vibrant market town of Abergavenny. It s an ideal base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park while still being close to shops, culture and entertainment. The Corn Store has been very well converted from the historic storage building associated with the mill that dates back to the 17th century, and is all on the ground floor. Outside, the cottage has its own lawned garden, stone patio and separate decked area with a stone built BBQ. With so much on your doorstep, you may not need to spend much time indoors, but the well appointed, light and airy living space is perfect for unwinding at the end of the day. You can gaze out of the window while sat at the dining table as you share a romantic meal prepared with local Welsh produce. Afterwards, get toasty in front of the wood burner on relaxing evenings in the super king size bed is an especially welcome sight after long hikes in the Brecon Beacons. The pretty garden is partially shaded with conifer trees, so you can keep out of the sun on scorching summer days. It s a lovely spot to sit and relax with a glass of wine or grilled BBQ treat and listen to the sounds of the River Gavenny as it rolls down the valley to meet the river Usk. The property is in the village of Mardy, where you can pick up a fish supper from the local chippy or get any essentials you need. Or you can head into Abergavenny, known for its annual food festival, farmers markets and Norman castle. There are plenty of opportunities to get active in this part of the world as you can go walking, mountain biking, pony trekking and climbing in the national park. Also nearby is the hillside setting of the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal with beautiful views. Over the Blorenge mountain with stunning panoramic vistas, is the Blaenavon Ironworks (7.5 miles), where you can discover how the site powered the Industrial Revolution and explore the 19th century workers cottages.