Staying at this farm is a close to nature experience, surrounded by an ever changing landscape. Our house lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park, on the Black Mountins, and is a one minute walk from the common which leads from our gate to 1344 square kilometres of nature. For artists, photographers, nature lovers, walkers, runners, mountain bikers, and anyone seeking peace and quiet this is a truly wonderful place.
Views from the house are wonderful, up towards the hills and downwards over the Wye Valley.
In the valley below lies the river Wye, with various grades of canoeing available and I believe the fishing is good. Nearby there is a horse riding centre.
The famous town of books 'Hay on Wye' lies 6 miles away, and Brecon with its Jazz festival and canal are 12 miles away.
The house has two double bedrooms with king size beds and one single bedded room. There is one bathroom with a bath which has a shower above.
For cooking there is a gas stove and for those that can be bothered a wood fired Rayburn.
The living room has a wood burning stove.
The house is cosy but rustic, it is heated by a biomass system with radiators in all rooms. There is no television and currently the property has no internet, it is peaceful, a haven away from the modern media frenzy.