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208 Log Cabins in Glamorgan

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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Barn in Mid Wales 8

Crai, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £975 Availability

This beautiful property is perfectly located for discovering the Brecon Beacons. It's situated in a peaceful and remote location close to the village of Sennybridge, which has welcoming country pubs. Those looking to spend some quality time together can embark on walks around the wonderful Welsh countryside and spot the local wildlife, including the area s famous red kite. Those feeling more adventurous can climb to the summit of the national park s highest mountain, Pen y Fan. Travel to the nearby town of Brecon for restaurants, shops and cafes; visit Dan yr Ogof and explore its popular show caves, or head into Waterfall Country. Sennybridge is just 5 miles away, while the towns of Llandovery and Brecon are also within easy reach. Stepping into the stylish barn, you ll be greeted by an airy, open plan living area where floor to ceiling windows flood the ground floor with natural light. Laze on the comfortable sofas in front of the Smart TV for a family film night, or head to the sunroom to enjoy the stunning views across the valley. The dining area is a lovely space for enjoying a home cooked meal, while the kitchen has everything you need for creating delicious hearty breakfasts to fuel your adventures and tasty dinners when you return. There's an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Also on the ground floor is a shower room with a shower and WC. Upstairs, the light and airy landing provides outstanding views where you can simply gaze out at the far reaching countryside. Here you will also find four spacious and comfortable bedrooms: two double, one of which boasts an en suite shower room with shower and WC; a twin, and a second twin with two single pull out beds allowing two extra guests to stay. There's also another bathroom with bath and WC. To the outside of the property, there is ample parking and an enclosed garden with a seating area the perfect space to relax and enjoy the views.

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Hay-on-Wye, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £740 Availability

Set at the foot of the Black Mountains, this property is simply perfect for relaxing or exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park. From your doorstep is Footpath 20 which leads you to the foothills of the Black Mountains and within walking distance is the small, unspoilt town of Talgarth with an excellent local butcher, delicatessen, the town stores, pharmacy and working mill and bakery. The beautiful River Wye offers riverside walks, fishing, canoeing and swimming. Hay on Wye, the renowned book town and famous for its annual literary festival is close by. Here you will find a variety of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. For evening entertainment there is Booth s cinema with a vibrant programme and the most comfortable cinema seats you could find anywhere. The accommodation forms part of the side wing of the owners home, (but is completely self contained and with its own entrance), originally a mid 18th century farm building that has over time been lovingly restored with high ceilings and exposed beams. It houses a treasure trove of artwork created by the owner and his contemporaries, including ceramics and paintings. Guests enter via the lower end of the house into a cosy lounge with a sofa, armchairs, TV, and a large wood burner with a generous supply of logs. From the lounge, you can access the dining area, which is the main room with the high ceiling, showing some of the larger paintings. The dining table takes centre stage and is perfect for entertaining with a galley kitchen cleverly tucked away across the rear wall. It is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, double sink, dishwasher and washing machine. When the day is done, there is a double bedroom with en suite shower and WC. Outside for the exclusive use of guests, there is a terrace adjoining the lounge with a BBQ and garden furniture and a step down to another seating area, both with fine views. Guests are also welcome to use the large well kept walled garden. There is a lock up shed and wash down for two bikes, plus and off road and secure parking for two cars inside the front courtyard.

Barn in Mid Wales 4

Libanus, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £523 Availability

This impressive original stone barn nestles at the foothills of the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park, which you and your family can explore right from the front door. Home to Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, you can discover this magnificent wilderness by land or by water. Try your hand at one of the many outdoor pursuits available, from horse riding, mountain biking and rock climbing to white water rafting, kayaking and abseiling. There really is an adventure to be had here for all the family. The picturesque little market town of Brecon (5 miles) is steeped in history with a skyline dominated by its castle and cathedral. Quaint little shops and tearooms line narrow streets where you can sit and watch life on the canal pass you by. Situated over two floors, the property retains original charm and character. Exposed wooden beams throughout provide a rustic and homely feel. Put your feet up after a day exploring the mountains and relax in the cosy lounge in front of the TV, warmed by the wood burner effect electric fire. The kitchen comprises an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher with a breakfast bar to enjoy your morning coffee. The spacious conservatory provides the perfect social hub to enjoy a hearty homecooked meal with all the family. Also on this floor is a convenient shower room with WC. Heading up the staircase to the first floor you will find one super king size bedroom, one twin bedroom and the family bathroom with bath and WC, all with sloping ceilings. Arranged around a pretty courtyard, the property has a large established rear garden, perfect for those summer evening family BBQs. Patio doors open from the conservatory inviting you to enjoy the beautiful surrounding views with a glass of wine over dinner. Children can play in the shared games room with TV/DVD, PlayStation3, table tennis, snooker, pool, and various board games. The shared on site communal areas are fitted with a washing machine and clothes airer.

Barn in Mid Wales 6

Crai, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £644 Availability

Situated on a 220 acre farm in a remote and untamed area of the Brecon Beacons National Park, you will find plenty of walking routes directly onto the Black Mountains and Fforest Fawr Geopark from your doorstep. There is great attention to detail here for the most comfortable stay in spectacular surroundings. Learn about farm life and eco living, see sheep, pigs, cattle, hens, Welsh mountain ponies, and wildlife on the farm and you can participate in their Jacobs Sheep Trekking experience. Fresh eggs, organic pork, beef, lamb are available during your stay, while shops and pubs are a short drive away (5 miles). Guests can source delicious food and artisan goods or enjoy leisure amenities and culture in the vibrant market towns of Brecon and Llandovery (15 miles). or head further afield to Swansea in 27 miles. Step inside this welcoming country style cottage where the bright and airy open plan living space features home grown oak floors throughout and beautiful Welsh pine furniture. The well equipped kitchen has an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Enjoy family mealtimes at the generous breakfast bar where you can make plans for a new day of adventures. Sink into comfortable chairs around the warming wood burner and soak up the panoramic views towards the Brecon Beacons.On rainy afternoons, you ll be glad of the comfort of the spacious main lounge. Step down one step into the main lounge, and cosy down on one of the three large three seater sofas to watch TV on the large Smart TV. Here you will also find the main dining table that seats six. Let the competitor come out in you, and challenge your family or friends to a game of table football, or pass the time away playing one of the many board games available. There is also a good selection of puzzles for you to use. Just off the main lounge, three steps up, take you in to a comfortable and spacious bedroom, with a zip and link super king size bed, which has a British wool mattress. All duvets and pillows in Bryniau Pell are made from recycled plastic. This bedroom has its own wet room style shower room with a double headed shower, WC and sink.There is a convenient WC on the ground floor. Upstairs, you'll find a cosy double bedroom, a twin bedroom and nursery with two cots and blackout blind, and a family bathroom with a shower over the p shaped bath and WC. Outside, there s a private enclosed garden with BBQ, patio with seating and outdoor children's play park area. Here you can spend hours watching birds soaring above and the Mountains beyond. Stargazing and birdwatching equipment are available. The garden is surrounded by a field which is often home to a few friendly sheep. Two of your equine companions are also welcome to join you at this wonderful farm cottage. Ample car parking is available.

Barn in Mid Wales 2

Builth Wells, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £340 Availability

Surrounded by livestock and wildlife in the heart of Powys, this converted farmhouse offers the perfect chance to get away from it all and truly unwind. Located in the Cambrian Mountains, an area once known as the green desert of Wales , you ll find an abundance of walks from your doorstep. Keen mountaineers will enjoy exploring the local area on foot or jumping in the car to discover the Brecon Beacons National Park (20.5 miles) a little further afield. After long days of activity, you ll no doubt look forward to a relaxing evening, visiting a welcoming local pub (3.5 miles) or checking out the independent cinema and theatre in Builth Wells (11.5 miles). Step into this unique barn conversion to find an instantly welcome place to call home. An open plan kitchen and dining room offers a sociable spot for two to prepare food and dine, with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with freezer. Continue through the property to find a charming lounge area, where comfortable seating and a small selection of books creates an inviting place to relax. Switch on the TV to flick through Freeview channels or perhaps put on one of your favourite DVDs. You ll find a quality sofa bed here in the lounge, perfect for a couple more guests throughout your stay. This property has one bedroom which can be found upstairs on the first floor. Sink into the comfortable double bed and relax in preparation for tomorrow's adventure. The property also offers a shower room with WC. Wander outside and soak up the sounds of the countryside, taking coffee or enjoying evening drinks on the furnished patio. The property offers a secure, shared storage space for outdoor equipment such as bikes and boats, with a handy wet room for cleaning off all of that Welsh mud.

Barn in Mid Wales 8

Talgarth, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £973 Availability

Boasting fantastic views from every window, of which some are maintained originals with quirky shapes, this bolthole sits in the shadow of the ancient fort, Castell Dinas. Less than 0.5 miles from the Black Mountains Gliding Club, ditch your hiking boots for the day and try your hand at something more airborne. The open plan living space creates a welcoming space to gather up post adventure with plenty of room for all guests to settle down in style. Sink into comfortable sofas and chairs in the lounge area and switch on the TV for a moment of relaxation. Fire up the wood burner for warmth and then wander through into the kitchen to pop the kettle on. Plenty of workspace means mealtimes are easy and the abundance of storage space also comes in handy when catering for large numbers. The dining area boasts lush views through the large double doors. With four bedrooms set over two floors the ground floor rooms consist of a twin room and a double with en suite shower. Soak in the bath in the downstairs family bathroom or freshen up in the shower over the bath. Climbing the feature staircase to the first floor you will pass the floating landing with beautiful exposed beams. Find the remaining two bedrooms and family shower room on this floor; both have Velux windows so you can kick start the day with incredible views. Take care with the sloping ceilings in first floor rooms. Enjoy a summer feast on the BBQ and sit down at the garden furniture in the large grounds. With off road parking this property is great for outdoor lovers.

Barn in Mid Wales 3

Talybont-on-Usk, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £436 Availability

Nestled in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with mountains, reservoirs, beautiful canals and views for miles, this converted barn is a delight. Half a mile from the village of Talybont on Usk, potter to the local shop and pub with ease. Brecon lies in one direction and both Crickhowell, with its range of independent shops and the foodie haven of Abergavenny lie in the other. The Brecon and Monmouth Canal with its pretty towpath runs nearby, or explore the River Wye and the River Usk. Walk from your door and up the lane to the foothills of the Beacons or perhaps head downwards to the country pub. Explore the local history at Tretower Castle and Court, White Castle and Raglan Castle, or spend a day rummaging through bookshops at Hay on Wye. Set over one level with excellent access provisions for wheelchair users, this superb property offers a light and fresh interior that contrasts beautifully with the original exposed beams and stone fireplace. The very spacious and well equipped kitchen has a dining table and chairs, electric cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer making mealtimes enjoyable, whilst the garden is accessed through the small utility room, equipped with washing machine, tumble dryer and sink. The bright living room is comfortably furnished with two sofas and a chair with French doors leading to the back garden. In the evening, light the wood burner and settle down to watch the TV or a DVD. There is also a top quality sofa bed. The light and airy main bedroom has a super king size bed, whilst the second bedroom has a single bed. The main bathroom has a bath, and there is also a shower room with wheelchair access. The enclosed paved rear garden boasts a raised herb bed, and a ramp to the sunny, enclosed lawned garden makes it easily accessible. With a paved area and picnic table, enjoy al fresco dining at any time of the day. There is ample parking and unlocked covered storage for bicycles. Shop, pub and restaurant within 1 mile.

Barn in Mid Wales 2

Hay-on-Wye, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £634 Availability

There are 50 acres of land to explore within the farm with so much to discover including woods, streams and beautiful views. The National Trust common land surrounding you is free to roam so you can enjoy views of the Brecon Beacons without the climb. There are also plenty of activities in the local area, with a pony trekking centre nearby the friendly guides will lead you up over the Begwns on horseback for a morning, or nip over the other side of the hill and discover the canoe hire and adventure training centres, offering everything from a quick hour on the River Wye, to a Vespa ride up into the Black Mountains, bicycle hire to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park, or a test of nerve on the high wire ropes. Hay on Wye, just 5 miles away, is famous for its international book festival, a fine selection of pubs and restaurants and an art house cinema where you can relax and step back in time. The accommodation is nestled into the hillside across a meadow and babbling stream. Sympathetically landscaped, the stone bothy sits within a raised terrace. The bothy is completely off grid; step inside and enjoy the natural light that pours in from the large leaded windows. The living space is open plan and finished with natural materials and classic colours and includes a small kitchen area with Belfast sink and wooden work tops. A table and chairs are set by the window for you to enjoy the views. For relaxing, a cosy sofa fronts a wood burner, where your four legged friend can curl up and for lighting, a selection of oil burning lamps will provide soft lighting for a cosy evening. A small ladder gives access to the mezzanine bedroom where you can enjoy a peaceful night s rest within the eaves, with soft linen and Welsh blankets. For bathing, there is a covered terrace with a claw foot bath where you can relax and enjoy the stars. A composting WC is situated just up from the terrace. Please note the property is off grid and so has no electricity, mobile signal or wi fi. All cooking is done on the wood burner. The simple landscape of the grounds blend into the surrounding countryside; relax in the wood fired hot tub for two and enjoy the skies overhead, or simply relax with a good book whilst enjoying afternoon tea. There is also a kitchen garden alongside the 50 acres of grounds. There is off road parking for one car and bicycle storage.

Barn in Mid Wales 8

Newtown, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £872 Availability

The property is just 2 miles from Dolfor, boasting a local pub and stunning countryside, ideally placed for walking and exploring the Welsh Marches and rural Shropshire. Nearby Newtown on the River Severn offers a contemporary gallery, cinema, theatre, shops, restaurants and cafes. For weekly markets and a wider range of eateries, shops and events, you can also pop to Bishops Castle, Church Stretton, Montgomery, Ludlow and Shrewsbury, all within easy reach. Activities include walking, climbing, cycling, boating, fishing and even hang gliding, and some attractions include Stokesay, Powys, Ludlow and Shrewsbury Castles, Acton Scott Working Farm and nearby National Trust properties. There s so much to see and do; this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a more active holiday. This beautiful barn conversion is located on the lovely Cwm Weeg estate and is creatively designed with interesting features, exposed beams, oak floors, vibrant colours, creature comforts and wonderful surprises around every corner. As you enter the property, there is plenty of space for your walking boots and outdoor attire in the hallway, which leads into the kitchen, and down to the basement where there is a utility room housing the washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. The kitchen is well equipped with all you need including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, and the thoughtful little extras. Natural light floods in the windows as you rustle up a meal in the spacious kitchen, with the dining table perfectly positioned for everyone to gather round and enjoy a meal together. After dinner, head down to the basement games room with football table or head up to the lovely lounge with high ceilings and French doors to let the outside in. Relax on the comfortable sofas and chairs, watch a film on TV, plan your holiday activities or just chat by the glow of the wood burner. There s a wide selection on the bookcases, choose one and snuggle up on the chair with a good book. After a full day out, take a leisurely bath or shower in the bathroom, and choose from one of three beautiful bedrooms: a king size with en suite shower room and WC, another king size and a twin. All the bedrooms have quality linen and have been designed for a good night s sleep. There is also a fourth bedroom which is a master suite with a separate access; up the steps, you ll walk into the sun room with table, chairs and stunning rural views, then walk through to the studio with king size bed, TV, tub chairs, mini kitchen with two ring electric hob, sink, fridge and microwave. At the far end of the studio is the en suite shower room and separate WC. This is quite a unique property for friends and family to holiday in and wake up to the most magical of settings. Outside, the private garden has an extensive deck with a hot tub to enjoy beautiful rolling countryside views from sunrise to sunset. The paved area is a lovely spot for al fresco dining, maybe a BBQ, with a table and chairs to sit in the sun or take shade in the undercover area if you prefer. There is also an outdoor table tennis table for a friendly competition between yourselves. You are welcome to explore the 24 acre garden and grounds, designed and created by the owners, with established borders, seasonal interest, unique features, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows. The garden is occasionally open to the public, so please ask us for these dates when booking. There is ample private parking at the property, and if you are bringing your bikes there is a secure store available.

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Llandefaelog Fach, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £436 Availability

Situated in private grounds of a small holding above the tiny hamlet of Garthbrengy, this is the ideal romantic getaway for two. With miles of countryside all around, you will be able to find a walking or cycling route on your doorstep. The town of Brecon is 5 miles south, with its selection of pubs, eateries, cafes, shops, a theatre and an independent family run cinema. Here you can also participate in water activities on the River Usk, or access the Brecon Beacons National Park where you can explore 520 square miles of green spaces, mountains and woodland. This romantic bolthole has been renovated yet still retains a lot of traditional Welsh character. The deceivingly spacious single storey stone barn has high ceilings, exposed beams and is tastefully decorated throughout. The kitchen area has all of the amenities you should require as well as plenty of surface space to prepare and cook meals. Once complete, you can enjoy the food at the farmhouse style table and chairs. From the kitchen, there are two stone steps into the living area, which is bright and has windows all around, so you can admire the views from the comfortable leather sofas and chairs. The double bedroom features high ceilings and exposed beams, making the area spacious yet homely. The bathroom has a useful walk in shower. The living room doors open up onto a pretty patio with seating area and BBQ. From here, you will be overlooking the on site duck pond and a large lawn area. The views across the valleys and hills are breathtaking. Light pollution is very low here and starry night skies are often a welcome sight when the weather is clear. Ample parking is available to the front of the property.

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