Two historic holiday cottages within the picturesque Brecon Beacons

This converted barn is situated in the centre of the village of Llanbedr in Crickhowell, close to the sixteenth century local pub, and with stunning views over the Sugarloaf Mountain. It shares a large car park at the rear of the building with The Rectors Stable and in front, opens onto the original cobbled farm yard with seating, BBQ areas and established gardens. Inside, the barn’s stripped pine floors, old oak beams and original flagstones create a warm and welcoming environment.

The barn is linked to The Rectors Stable and can be let as 2 separate
self-contained units or, if you have a bigger group, can be linked by
an internal corridor.

Sleeps

6-17

Bedrooms

7

Dining

6-17

The Barn

Glebe Barn has a large sitting dining room and has a fully equipped kitchen able to cater for a large group. The dining table can seat the whole group of 17. There are 4 twin bedrooms with en suite shower rooms and 1 room of 3 single beds with a shower room adjacent.

The Rector's Stables

The Rector’s Stable also has a sitting dining room and fully equipped kitchen. 2 bedrooms each have 3 single beds, 1 room with an en suite shower room, and there is a separate bathroom.

Rural Location in the Brecon Beacons

The cottages are situated in a lovely rural setting just outside the charming town of Crickhowell and with views of the iconic Sugarloaf Mountain and Table Mountain, the location is ideal for those looking for a relaxing break or a base for activity weekends, of which there is plenty to do in the Brecon Beacons.

"First class accommodation"

First class accommodation - I've been going here for a good number of years, now... Really nice hosts. Would thoroughly recommend it .
Chris Humphreys