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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 4

Crai, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £596 Availability

With its Dark Skies Reserve status, varied landscapes and unforgettable walking and hiking routes, the Brecon Beacons National Park boasts everything you need for a stay in rural Wales. Head out and find endless walks from the doorstep, summiting Pen y Fan (14 miles) or travelling to the region s Black Mountain range (30 miles). Fishermen will rejoice with fishing on the River Crai available on the estate and the Usk Reservoir (7 miles) not far for salmon and brown trout fishing, whilst younger guests will enjoy tending to the sheep on the owner s farm or taking a trip to the nearby National Showcaves Centre for Wales (8.5 miles). Reached via some steps, head inside this stylishly converted 200 year old stone barn to find plenty of contemporary and original features, including exposed stone walls alongside modern and homely furniture. On arrival, step into the spacious kitchen where electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine offer everything you need to make yourselves at home. This room opens out into an open plan living and dining room, where a table set for four is the perfect place to enjoy meals together. The cosy lounge boasts comfortable seating, TV/DVD, CD player, a selection of books and games for you to enjoy together. Continue onto the first floor to find two bedrooms, both with stunning views of the surrounding countryside and sloping ceilings. A spacious master bedroom has an en suite with shower and WC, whilst across the hall, the twin bedroom has an en suite with shower over bath and WC. Both bathrooms benefit from heated towel rails and the bedrooms are well equipped with handy storage and antique style furniture. You will find a small patio area to the side of the property, where an outdoor dining set and BBQ offer a great spot for an al fresco evening outdoors. Be sure to make use of the shed to store bikes and sports equipment, and feel free to roam the surrounding farmland.

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Cantref, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £390 Availability

Attached to the owner s property, this rural escape is set on a working farm with wonderful walks straight from the doorstep. With woodlands and a Site of Special Scientific Interest along the Nant Menascin River running through the farm, lace up your walking boots for days exploring your stunning surroundings. There are waterfalls and river pools for wild swimming and in the spring visit the bluebell wood for a stroll through the tranquil trees. Footpaths across the farm lead straight into the Brecon Beacons making this the ideal destination for keen walkers. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal runs through the village of Llanfrynach (2 miles) for peaceful walks along the towpath while the cathedral town of Brecon (5 miles) has a host of independent stores and welcoming pubs and restaurants. Stroll the quaint streets and take a leisurely boat trip along the canal, spotting the abundant wildlife along the banks. For a relaxing afternoon, head to Cantref Adventure Farm (2 miles) and hop in the saddle for a pony trek through the rolling landscape. Situated adjacent to the owner s property, although privacy is assured, this charming cottage sits on the farmyard courtyard. Step up and through the front door and into the warm and inviting interior where a wealth of original features has been retained, including exposed brickwork and ceiling beams. The lounge/diner is a welcoming space with polished wooden floors covered with colourful rugs and local landscapes adorning the walls. Curl up on the sofa and watch the latest programmes on SkyTV or a film on the DVD player. Light the wood burner for a cosy night in, enjoying a glass of wine as the flames flicker. The oak kitchen is compact but well designed equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Enjoy meals at the centrally positioned dining table. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a stylish shower room. When it s time for bed, ascend the very steep oak stairs to the cosy king size bedroom with fabulous views across to the Black Mountains and drift off to sleep beneath the sloped ceiling. A beautiful oak door opens out and down a step onto a private stone slabbed patio with BBQ and garden furniture where you can dine alfresco and enjoy the views across to Pen y Fan. With no light pollution, enjoy a spot of stargazing in the clear night skies. The owner of the farm is happy to give guests a tour of the farm and to see the animals. Within 500 metres of the property is the River Menascin for picnics and swimming. A field is located below the cottage for guests who have friends wishing to camp. Stabling is available for horses by arrangement with the owner.

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Llanfrynach, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1184 Availability

Explore the heart of the Brecon Beacons by heading to the Taff Trail, which passes next to this magnificent converted barn. There are three pubs less than 1 mile from here, where you will be pleased with the selection of food available. Just 2 miles of flat walking along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal Path will take guests to the popular town of Brecon, an ideal place for a day out with its tourist attractions, cafes, restaurants and independent shops. Cantref Adventure Farm is the perfect place to take the children and is just 1 mile away. This beautifully converted and very large property features many original beams and retained stone cart arches. Downstairs is a spacious living room with comfortable leather sofas and a wood burner, ideal for gathering as a group for a cosy evening in. There is also a smaller, snug area with sofa and chairs and a dining room with seating for 12 guests. The kitchen is fitted with a large double oven and hob 2 fridges. Head through to the utility room and guests will find a washing machine and a downstairs WC. There are three bedrooms downstairs: one king size with en suite shower room, one double with en suite shower room and a single room. A family bathroom completes the downstairs area. Upstairs are a further three bedrooms, two double rooms, one with en suite, and a family room which contains a double bed and bunk beds with an en suite. To the rear of the house is an enclosed garden with a large lawn area, perfect for the children to play on. There is also garden furniture and a BBQ for enjoying the summer evenings. The garden has fantastic views over the Brecon Beacons and Pen y Fan. There is ample parking for several cars to the front of the property.

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Llyswen, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1025 Availability

Located in the riverside village of Llyswen, a stay at this delightful property puts local amenities on your doorstep, with a shop/garage, cafe and pub all within easy walking distance. You are also less than 500 metres from joining the long distance Wye Valley Walk, with the river also offering excellent opportunities for fishing and canoeing. Further afield, Brecon Beacons National Park is less than 10 miles away, where mile after mile of mountain trekking, cycling and horse riding awaits, or for a more sedate excursion you could head 8 miles east to Hay on Wye to browse bountiful bookshops, independent boutiques and antique stores, before relaxing in one of the many excellent eateries. Stepping into this renovated property you are greeted by a fusion of old and new, with ancient oak beams offsetting contemporary comforts. The open plan living space features a polished oak floor and underfloor heating, with a contemporary style wood burner making it warm and cosy on chilly days. This leads seamlessly into a farmhouse style kitchen with all the modern conveniences you need, as well as a generously sized dining table that comfortably seats eight. You will also find a useful utility room with a washing machine and storage space, plus a large boot and coat room that can be used to store bikes safely indoors. A downstairs shower room provides one of the property s washrooms and leads on to a truly decadent spa room with hot tub. Upstairs, you find four bedrooms, consisting of a master room with king size bed and en suite shower room; a second king size room with an adjoining door to a twin room containing one standard and one 2 6 single bed; and a further twin room. There is also a family bathroom with a bath and hand held shower. Outside, an enclosed patio provides you with a private outdoor space.

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Llyswen, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £565 Availability

Settled on the outskirts of the small village of Llyswen, this delightful barn conversion is situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, with walking, cycling, hiking and pony trekking in abundance for every level of adventurer. Day permits for fishing on The Rivers Usk & Wye are available in Crickhowell and canoes for the River Wye can be rented in Glasbury. Within 10 miles of Brecon and Builth Wells, discover independent stores, delicious local produce and Welsh heritage sites. Hire mountain bikes and enjoy pony trekking at Cantref Adventure Farm, or try sailing, paddle boarding and kayaking at Llangorse Lake. Tackle Pen y Fan, the largest peak in South Wales in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, or Cefn Llechid with views to the Black Mountains and the Sugar Loaf. A real home from home, this delightful cottage has been tastefully decorated with everything provided for. In a lovely peaceful setting with spectacular views, make the most of the bountiful Welsh countryside from right outside the door. Designed for socialising, the open plan living space is the hub of the house for everyone to gather, whether for a meal at the dining table or on the sofas for a film. The well equipped beech finish kitchen has an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and washing machine/dryer. The dining table seats six guests so gather for many a home cooked meal or perhaps a board game. In the evenings retire to the comfortable sitting area and relax with a film and a cup of tea on the leather sofas and chairs. A shower room and a twin bedroom, both with one step up to them, completes the downstairs. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a double bed and an en suite with a shower, whilst a further twin room has an en suite with a bath. With many footpaths crossing the farm, walk out the door for miles of open space in lush countryside. The large, safe children's play area with swing set and slide provides hours of entertainment, whilst the BBQ and picnic area allow for hours of al fresco dining making the most of the spectacular views. There is a pub and restaurant 2 miles away and a shop 6 miles away.

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Battle, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £402 Availability

Set in the grounds of the owner's country house, this property provides a beautiful base for enjoying long country walks. You can take a stroll in the neighbouring field, share a picnic and spot the red kites, woodpeckers and jays flying overhead. Local attractions include the remains of ancient Brecon Y Gaer and Pen y Crug forts (3.5 miles), Llangorse Lake (11 miles) and Talgarth Mill (12 miles). The friendly market town of Brecon (4 miles) is set in the lee of the mountains with the rivers Usk and Honddu running through it. Brecon has a host of great places to eat and drink as well as a cathedral, a 1930s style cinema, an excellent theatre, a range of shops and a leisure centre complete with swimming pool. This delightful loft conversion is part of the original 18th century farmhouse which was once home to the Morgan family, who set up the popular Morgans department store in Cardiff. The property is set in the grounds of the owner s country house and is approached via a private drive. This fresh and relaxing loft conversion can be reached via an external flight of stone steps with wrought iron railings over the owner s garage. Entering the property, you will find the comfortable and welcoming open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, which features sloping ceilings and a choice of interesting artwork. The lounge is a lovely space to relax in, with TV, DVD, CD and a wood burner so you can snuggle up in the evening. The dining area is perfect for a quiet meal for two, and the kitchen is equipped with an oven, microwave, dishwasher and a fridge with an ice compartment. Exploring the property further, there are two cosy and brightly decorated bedrooms: an attractively furnished double room and a pretty single room. There s also a bathroom complete with a shower over the corner bath and a WC. The utility room is set downstairs to the rear of the property and houses the freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, making an ideal space for leaving wet coats and muddy boots. Going outside, there s a charming patio area at the top of the steps. Furnished with table and chairs, this is a perfect spot to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening and take in the far reaching rural views. You will also have access to the adjoining field which is perfect for a picnic or a stroll. Ample parking is available, and there s safe storage for mountain bikes.

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Cantref, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £506 Availability

Surrounded by paddocks of grazing sheep, this charming property offers a slice of rural Welsh life and is a great spot for stargazing. Pack a picnic and set out on foot to follow the footpaths of the Old Roman Road that leads straight up to the main peaks of the Brecon Beacons. For a less strenuous stroll, walk to the picturesque church of St Mary s to begin a wonderful woodland walk along the Afon Cynrig, which is adorned with seasonal snowdrops and bluebells. Cyclists will enjoy following the famous 55 mile long Taff Trail, while equestrians should head for Cantref Riding Centre, only 1 mile away. Stock up on supplies in the cathedral town of Brecon (4 miles), which offers a good choice of supermarkets, shops and eateries. Inside, this tastefully converted barn retains plenty of traditional charm and appeal, through exposed beams, oak flooring and original windows. Prepare romantic meals for two in the newly fitted light grey country style kitchen, which contains an electric oven and hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Once prepared, dine at the table in the light and spacious sitting room where a feature wall with picture window frames far reaching rural views. At the end of a long day on foot, unwind on the leather sofa to enjoy a relaxing evening making the most of the Smart TV with Sky radio/CD player, while the flame effect electric fire creates a cosy atmosphere. Upstairs, a spacious king size bedroom with sloping ceilings is adorned with Welsh wool blankets if needed, sheepskin rugs and a Sky smart TV. There is also a shower room. Stepping outside, the sheltered private patio area with garden seating is stocked with pretty flowers and shrubs, making it the perfect spot to enjoy an evening BBQ overlooking the wildflower meadow and wildlife pond. Just across the road is a further seating area with a rockery which overlooks a small lake in the meadow, a well established habitat for wildlife such as herons, ducks and Canadian geese. There is ample off road parking.

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Welshpool, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £2298 Availability

Situated in a particularly scenic area of Mid Wales on the banks of the River Bechan and with views of St Beauno's Church on one side and two ornamental lakes on the other, you will be well placed to enjoy a relaxing holiday. The ancient market towns of Welshpool and Ludlow are nearby and offer a selection of shops, restaurants, a theatre, cinema and leisure centre. Powys Castle and Gardens and Montgomery Canal are only 9 miles away and the Snowdonia National Park and coast are all within an hour s drive. Other attractions within easy reach include the West Midlands Shooting Ground, Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway, Chirk Castle and Gregynog Hall. Step into this beautiful lodge hallway and walk through to the spacious lounge/diner, with characterful oak beams and lovely open fireplace. The large squishy sofas are perfect for lounging on after a busy day exploring the local area. There is a large, country style kitchen with gas oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. If you tire of cooking then you can make use of the personal chef who is available to book and who uses the finest local ingredients to create memorable meals for all your family and friends. When the time comes for a good night's rest, there are 8 bedrooms to choose from, all with TV s: 2 king size with en suite bathroom with roll top bath, shower and WC, 2 doubles with en suite bathroom with shower and WC, 1 twin with en suite shower with WC, and 1 small double bedroom with en suite shower with WC. On the ground floor, there is 1 further king size with en suite bathroom with walk in shower and WC, and 1 twin with en suite bathroom with shower and WC. Stepping outside from the kitchen, you will find a private patio area with garden furniture and BBQ, with steps leading down to your own exclusive hot tub. To the front of the property, you will also have access to large shared courtyard with fountain and raised lawns on the edge of this.

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Llangorse, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £673 Availability

The small village of Llanfihangel Talyllyn is just 1 mile from the property and there are easy walking routes that take you straight there. In the village, you will find a cosy pub and a shop for your essentials. Other walking routes in the area take you up into the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. Llangorse and Llangorse Lake are 4 miles from here, where you can partake in water sports activities or fishing. The literary town of Hay on Wye can be reached in 14 miles and is well worth a visit for book or history lovers. This beautiful stone cottage is bright and spacious. Step into a large entrance hall which leads to an open plan kitchen and dining area. Original beams, oak windows and slate floor throughout the property highlight the building s previous purpose as a cattle shed on the farm. The kitchen is a great size, with plenty of room to cook and prepare food, as well as a dining table and six chairs for entertaining. The living room has a lovely wood burner for those cosy evenings in, as well as large glass doors leading to the front and rear of the property, allowing plenty of light in during the day. There is also a downstairs WC, and a useful cupboard for storing coats and boots. A wooden staircase leads to the first floor, with a large window providing views across the garden and beyond. You will find two bedrooms, one of which has a double bed and the other has a zip and link king size bed plus a single bed in the corner. Both bedrooms are en suite one with a shower over the bath, the other with a corner shower. The incredible views surrounding the property can be admired from the beautiful garden. Both the front lawn and the back garden are well maintained, and stunning places to enjoy panoramic views. To the rear of the barn is a flagstone terrace with seating for six and a couple of sun loungers. Enjoy watching the sun set over the Brecon Beacons. There is plenty of parking to the front of the property, and you will find this a peaceful and tranquil place to stay.

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Cantref, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1256 Availability

This charming and rustic property is located just 5 miles from Brecon yet enjoys a rural location at the heart of the Welsh countryside. Set on the grounds of a working farm, the property once served as a barn for sheep shearing but has been thoughtfully converted into a spacious retreat for up to ten guests. Discover the local area on foot, by bike, or on horseback, looking out for the resident red kites, peregrine falcons and buzzards that reside here. The waterfalls at Nant Sere under Pen y Fan are perfect for wild swimming if you fancy a dip, or you can keep both feet firmly on dry land and treat the whole family to a day out at Cantref Adventure Farm, a 1 mile drive away. Beneath the stone exterior is a spacious and light filled retreat brimming with original features such as oak beams, vaulted ceilings, and terracotta flooring. The open plan living area consists of a lounge, dining table, and kitchen equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and a range cooker with double ovens and a five ring hob. A wood burner in the lounge is perfect for chilly evenings relaxing in front of the TV. A second small snug has a TV/DVD player and a selection of toys and books for younger guests, and there is a handy utility/drying room for storing muddy coats and boots. An additional WC and two bedrooms are also on this level: a twin bedroom with a stable door leading to the patio, and the master bedroom which has an en suite with a bath and WC. Finally, there is a walk in wet room which has been adapted for accessibility. Head upstairs to find a cosy reading nook on the upstairs landing and the remaining bedrooms that share a separate WC. The first is laid out in a quirky dormitory style with four single beds, but two of the beds are zip and link and can be converted into a double on request. The fourth and final bedroom has a comfortable king size bed that can be converted into two 3 single beds if needed. Two extra fold up beds are available on request. Step outside to discover two pretty terraces that have been thoughtfully accessorised with garden furniture and a BBQ for lazy summer evenings. Children can let off some steam playing in the lawned garden, and guests are welcome to use the surrounding fields when they are free from livestock.

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