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Rich with industrial heritage, the Valleys area of Wales offers Caerphilly Castle, adventure in the Big Pit Mining museum, horse back tours in the Dare Valley, and challenging cycling trails along canal, disused railways and tramways.

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Kinnerton, Presteigne, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £400 Availability

This property is located in the stunning Welsh borders, north of the literary town of Hay on Wye, and the Brecon Beacons National Park. The villages of New and Old Radnor are both just two miles from the property, each of which have welcoming village pubs, whilst Old Radnor has a convenient village shop. The town of Presteigne lies eight miles away, where guests can find a range of shops and restaurants, as well as an interesting town trail. Other places of interest in the area include the towns of Hereford and Ludlow, Offa s Dyke, and the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre. (Please check admittance for the various attractions). This single storey property is located just opposite the owner s home, but is accessed via its own drive. Walking through the front garden, enter through the front door of the property, which opens straight into the lounge/diner, a relaxing light filled space with a beamed ceiling, cosy wood burner, comfortable seating, a TV/DVD. Beyond this room is the well equipped kitchen with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. A door from the kitchen brings guests to the handy boot room where they will find the washing machine and a door leading outside. The property has two bedrooms: one with a king size bed and a second room which is a twin. The contemporary bathroom which is located on the same corridor as the bedrooms, offers a shower over bath and WC. Outside, there is an enclosed garden to the front of the property, which is mainly set to lawn with a path running down the middle. Off road, hardstanding parking is provided.

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Tretower, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £564 Availability

Discover the unrivalled beauty of one of Wales most glorious national parks with a trip to the Brecon Beacons. Within close reach of picturesque villages, charming market towns and a seemingly endless selection of walking routes, this South Wales property has got it all. Set off from your doorstep to enjoy hiking or mountain biking excursions, discovering the beautiful Black Mountains region and the impressive peak of Waun Fach (11 miles). For less challenging afternoons out, visit the village of Crickhowell (3 miles) to visit welcoming pubs or head to Hay on Wye (17.5 miles) to discover its many bookshops. And for music lovers, the popular Green Man Festival takes place just 2.5 miles from your door, ideal for those who don t fancy camping. Filled to the brim with traditional charm, this converted barn combines both original elements and contemporary style. Head inside via the vast glass doors and take in the spacious entrance hall. The kitchen is compact but well equipped, with electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A handy breakfast table provides plenty of space for six to dine together. Continuing through the property, you ll find the lounge with sofas, TV/DVD and a wood burner for cooler evenings. Completing this floor is a cloakroom with WC. Upstairs, three bedrooms with sloping ceilings are beautiful presented with original oak beams and wooden floorboards. The master bedroom is a double with a dressing table as well as an en suite with shower and WC. The twin bedroom is perfect for children, and a final king size room offers a versatile zip and link bed. Finally, you ll find a family bathroom with bath, shower and WC, the perfect spot for a soak after a long walk. To the rear of the property, you ll find a delightful private courtyard, fully furnished with an outdoor dining set and a BBQ for warm summers evenings. Soak up the views of the Usk Valley and Black Mountains from your very own outdoor space, enjoying fresh morning coffee or a well deserved evening tipple.

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Llanfihangel-Nant-Bran, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £395 Availability

This sweet and inviting cottage has been imaginatively converted from a farm s 17th century granary and now makes a wonderful base for a couple exploring the valley surrounding the secluded hamlet of Llanfihangel Nant Bran. Offering incredible views and fabulous rural walks, the area is ideal for nature lovers, with chances to spot red kites soaring overhead. The Epynt Way is within a couple of miles, encircling the Sennybridge Training Area and offering 50 miles of waymarked bridleways to explore. Heading south, the village of Sennybridge (4.5 miles) nestles on the edge of the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park and has some friendly pubs. Brecon itself (9 miles) features a cinema, theatre, leisure centre and an array of shops, pubs and restaurants. This pretty and welcoming property can be accessed via a flight of external stone stairs. On entering, you will find yourself in the friendly, bright and stylish open plan lounge/kitchen/diner which features characterful exposed beams set in the low sloping ceiling which also has skylights allowing the light to flood in. The attractive lounge provides an ideal space for relaxation at the end of the day. With comfortable seating, a wood burner effect electric fire, SkyTV and DVD the lounge is perfect for snuggling up together in the evening with a good book or a favourite movie. The kitchen is equipped with everything you may need during your stay including an electric oven, microwave, fridge, small freezer and a washing machine. Nearby is the charming dining area which is a wonderful spot for enjoying a romantic meal for two. Exploring this lovely getaway further, you will find the delightful bedroom which features a double bed and a single bed with exposed beams in the low sloping ceiling. There is also a handy shower room complete with shower and WC. Outside, the patio garden is perfect for enjoying a BBQ in the evening. The property also has stabling and grazing for a horse or pony, with lush fields surrounding the cottage and miles of great rides straight from the door. Ample car parking is available, and there s also safe storage for mountain bikes. The property can be booked alongside a nearby property in the hamlet which can accommodate a further five guests.

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Crai, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £2579 Availability

Situated at the upper end of the Swansea Valley, 3 miles from the village shops and pubs of Sennybridge and Defynnog, this period farmhouse with an interconnecting barn conversion occupies a secluded location at the heart of Brecon Beacons National Park. The property has fabulous views over the wooded river valley and surrounding hills, with great walking and mountain biking directly from the house. Head up and over to the beautiful Heol Senni Valley, climb Pen y Fan just 6 miles east, or explore the Black Mountain 10 miles west. For less energetic excursions there are several trout fishing reservoirs nearby, while the city of Swansea and the sandy beaches of the Gower Peninsular beyond lies 27 miles south west. Dating from around 1620, this extensive property has a wealth of charm and character, thanks to its exposed stone and oak beams. The large, friendly kitchen is great for cooking a special meal, with a range style oven, freestanding slate topped island and hanging pan rack adding to the traditional farmhouse appeal. The dining room seats up to 22 guests, which is perfect for ensuring that nobody feels left out, but there is also plenty of room for people to find their own space when they need to. A comfortable beamed sitting room with a large inglenook fireplace and wood burner provides a cosy corner for anyone looking to enjoy a movie, or you may prefer to walk through from the dining room to the converted barn, which contains a second sitting/dining room, an additional kitchen and a conservatory where you can wind down at the end of the day. When it s time to turn in for the night, a total of nine bedrooms await you, five of which are found in the farmhouse. The first is a king size room with en suite bathroom that is accessed by its own staircase. A further three bedrooms a double, a twin and a family room with a double and a single bed are accessed via a separate staircase. Additional stairs then continue up to an attic room with three single beds, although a low beam on entry perhaps makes this ideal for younger guests. Four further bedrooms are found on the first floor of the barn conversion, with a double room, a twin room, a spacious room with four single beds, and a double room that might be best for a single occupant, as the bed is pushed against the wall. Outside, there is plenty of space for everyone to enjoy, although the garden is not fully enclosed. A BBQ and outdoor seating allow you to dine alfresco and enjoy the views over the valley, while younger guests will fall in love with the wild play area s trampoline and rope swings. More fun awaits in the games barn, where you can challenge each other to table football and table tennis (although you will need to bring your own table tennis bats and balls).

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Crickhowell, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £586 Availability

This picturesque area is famed for its relaxed pace and wonderful walks in all directions. The Crickhowell Walking Festival is a highlight of the local calendar every March. This is an excellent area for cycling, mountain biking, horse riding, sailing, fishing, caving and more. Nearby attractions include the Brecon Beacons National Park, Craig y Nos Country Park, the Brecon Mountain Railway, South Wales Borderers Museum and The National Showcaves of Wales. Other events include the Hay Festival of Literature and the Brecon Jazz Festival. You can visit some of the many historic houses, gardens and castle, with Tretower Court and Castle less than 3 miles away. On entering this delightful and spacious traditional property, which retains much original charm and character with original oak beams, exposed stone and wooden flooring, you will find yourself in the bright and welcoming open plan lounge/diner, which is tastefully furnished and complete with TV, DVD and CD player. You will find an attractive dining area, and the elegantly designed kitchen which is reached by a number of steps, this area is fully equipped with oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Just off the kitchen you will find a handy shower room with WC. Heading upstairs you will find two comfy bedrooms, the first is the spacious double room and just along the landing is the further triple bedroom. You will also find a bathroom complete with shower over the bath and WC.

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Brecon, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1650 Availability

Tucked in a peaceful valley on the grounds of a working farm, this attractive barn conversion is the perfect setting for family staycations. Handily located within 3 miles of Sennybridge, it is an excellent destination for those with a love of the outdoors, placing you within easy reach of numerous trails across the Brecon Beacons National Park. Discover the enchanting ancient woodlands of Fforest Fawr, 6 miles away, or challenge your inner explorer and pay a visit to the Dan yr Ogof Caves set 11 miles away. Foodies will be spoilt for choice with the delicious local fare available to purchase, and there are ample opportunities for family dining in Brecon, 8 miles from this cottage. Beneath the charming exterior is a delightful retreat that s perfectly tailored to socialising, boasting a fabulous decor that combines traditional features with contemporary elegance. Leave muddy boots in the drying room and prepare to relax in the impressive open plan living space, gathering your entire party on the large corner sofa with bowls of popcorn and a good film. Mealtimes are a social affair thanks to the farmhouse style kitchen and matching table, perfectly equipped for transforming locally sourced ingredients into sumptuous feasts. Challenge each other to a few rounds of pool or table football in the games area, or head outside to make use of the array of facilities in the garden. Completing the ground floor is an elegant king size bedroom with an en suite shower room and WC, and there s a useful separate WC by the drying room. Climb the stairs to find the generous family bathroom and shower room, both stylishly finished and offering a hint of comfort after a busy day. The five remaining bedrooms are also upstairs, including two cosy double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms, two further double bedrooms with inspiring views, and a comfortable family bedroom with two double beds. The enclosed garden has abundant parking for your entire group and plenty of lawn space for children to play. Of an evening, the patio is a tempting spot for summer drinks and tasty BBQ suppers, rounded off with toasting marshmallows over the fire pit. There s also a bubbling sheltered hot tub for all weather pampering, the ultimate treat for any staycation.

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Cradoc, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £364 Availability

This granary is part of the original old farmhouse set in the charming Dan y Crug Farm. There is plenty to explore in and around the property s grounds, making it the perfect spot for those looking for a relaxing break with lots of active outdoor opportunities. There are many footpaths and bridleways that run past the property and Brecon is located just 2.5 miles away a bustling market town with independent shops, pubs, restaurants and more. The lounge/kitchen area of this property is reached via an iron staircase. Here you will find a cosy living space with a carpeted floor and comfortable sofas. There s a TV here and a dining table where you can enjoy a family meal. The kitchen has an electric cooker, hob, microwave, fridge and lots of workspace. The double and twin bedrooms feature exposed wooden beams and both share a country cottage feel. Completing the accommodation is a shower room. Outside the property, you will find shared gardens and patios with furniture. Here you can sit and enjoy the sunshine or share a glass of wine with your loved one in the evening. There s a grassy area around the complex of cottages that leads to a stream and you can explore the surrounding farmland too please do make sure you talk to the owners first to check livestock locations.

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Llangynidr, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £462 Availability

With plenty of spectacular places waiting to be explored, head to Crickhowell and hop on the Table Mountain walk, a 5 mile route with fantastic views. Post adventure you could whet your appetite in a local eatery for a night off cooking. Sitting on one level, this ground floor dwelling has an open plan living space so you can spend time together as a family. The sleek kitchen welcomes those wishing to experiment with flavour and cook up a storm. Serve up a feast at the table before relaxing on the sofas with a cup of tea for a relaxing evening. Make use of the utility room, shared with the owners. There are two spacious bedrooms: the double bedroom has French doors opening out onto the patio and the second bedroom can be made up as a king size bed or twin beds. The shower room with a double sized shower completes the accommodation. Heading outside you can dine alfresco on the patio or fire up the BBQ for a sizzling summer dinner. Off road parking for two cars is available.

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Crai, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £395 Availability

Discover the Brecon Beacons far and wide, staying in this peaceful and remote location close to the village of Sennybridge (3 miles) which has welcoming country pubs. Those looking to spend some quality time together can embark on romantic walks around the wonderful Welsh countryside, exploring the beautiful green valleys or summiting the national park s highest mountain, Pen y Fan (14 miles). Keen fishermen will no doubt jump at the opportunity to procure a catch of the day, with the River Crai running right through the farmland for brown trout, and the nearby Usk Reservoir (5.5 miles) a popular spot for fly fishing. Travel to the nearby town of Brecon (11.5 miles) for restaurants, shops and cafes. This lovingly converted cottage has been developed from a 200 year old barn and makes up part of a complex of properties on this popular sheep farm. On arrival, head down a step and into the open plan living area where the kitchen, lounge and dining room can be found .The kitchen is petite but fully functional, with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and washing machine. A small freezer can be found in the outhouse, where a boiler offers a warm spot for storing outerwear and secure storage for bikes. Head back inside and settle into the lounge, selecting a book to flick through or simply sit down and enjoy a DVD. On the first floor, a spacious double bedroom with sloping ceilings offers an inviting space to rest your head each night, with an en suite waterfall shower, heated towel rail and WC. There s a small but functional patio space to the front of the property, with outdoor furniture and a BBQ for al fresco dining. The property is located on a 220 acre sheep farm and the resident owners invite you to take a stroll through the farm, a particularly nice pastime during lambing season.

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Llanfihangel-Nant-Bran, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £544 Availability

This pretty property sits within a secluded and lush green valley in the Mynydd Epynt uplands. Situated on a working family farm, there are plenty of opportunities to get to know the resident sheep and ponies. With grazing and stabling available by arrangement, there is the opportunity for guests to explore this often overlooked area of mid Wales from the back of their own horse, with numerous walks available from the door for two legs or four. Alternatively, Brecon Beacons National Park lies just 5 miles to the south, while urban adventurers can set their sites on the market towns of Brecon and Builth Wells 9 and 12 miles distant respectively and seek out local independent stores and boutiques, as well as great cafes, restaurants and bars. Although exposed wooden beams give this property a traditional feel, the open plan living space lends it a modern edge, which continues through the classic decor. The compact kitchen has everything you need to cater for your stay, with a dining area that seats up to six guests and plenty of sofa space for curling up at the end of the day. A utility room houses a washing machine, and you will also find a useful downstairs WC. Upstairs is a spacious Jack and Jill bathroom with a bath and separate power shower, as well as the property s two bedrooms: a spacious master bedroom with double bed, plus a twin bedroom that has space for an additional bed if needed, allowing up to five overnight guests. Outside, an enclosed garden can be found across a shared courtyard with a table and chairs, and BBQ for dining outside . This family friendly space is ideal for winding down at the end of the day. Parking for two cars can be found in the farm courtyard.

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