|4* Luxury Self Catering Farmhouse in Wales!
The earliest parts of the farmhouse date from pre-1700, with later additions through Georgian and Victorian times.
Set in 21 acres of land, 3 miles from Craig Y Nos Castle, the farmhouse can accommodate up to 6 people (plus 2 more can be slept in the lounge) and, being pet friendly, you can even bring your dogs at no extra charge.
The Farmhouse accommodation has been restored to a high standard with one large master bedroom with old four poster bed together with en-suite with roll top bath, plus two further comfortably large double bedrooms sharing a further bathroom.
There is a very large lounge with huge wood burning stove, a small dining area with wood burner, excellent central heating throughout (very warm) plus a small galley kitchen with all the usual mod cons, outside seating and great scenery.
There are uninterrupted views of the countryside, with a large area of lawned gardens, dry stone walls, streams running through the grounds, a small waterfall and, just up the road, the famous Henrhyd waterfalls plus walks. There are extensive woodland areas and open fields to wander around both within the grounds, as well as many local mountain walks to explore (joining onto the Beacons Way).
The farm is not overlooked by neighbours and nor do you overlook anyone else. You are completely surrounded on all sides by countryside, having gone down a long private drive to get to the farmhouse. Yet you are not short of things to do in the area. Besides the sports room and hot tub at Craig y Nos Castle, which guests of the farmhouse can use for no charge, there are four excellent pub/restaurants within a mile or two of the farmhouse - including the Penycae Inn (excellent for food - about 1 mile), the Ancient Briton (excellent for real ales - about 1.5 miles), plus of course, fine dining at Craig y Nos Castle which you can even walk across country to get to, from the farm. In the season, don't miss the Dan Yr Ogof Welsh Showcaves (3.5 miles) and Dinosaur Park, the nearby animal sanctuary (a small zoo really - 3 miles), and be sure to visit Brecon market town (25 miles) and in fine weather visit the Gower (one hour's drive to the south).
For large numbers the farmhouse is excellent value.