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Beautiful 16th century farmhouse for rent just 6 miles outside of Hay-on-Wye.
Warm, comfortable, spacious and very well equipped. In superb unspoilt countryside, walks from the doorstep.
Set in a beautiful location at the head of the Usk Valley on a crossroads of green lanes within the Brecon Beacons National Park, Llwyncor offers memorable views, comfort and original, stylish accommodation. Available for week end breaks from £600 for 2 nights.
There is an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove as well as central heating.
Renovated secluded retreat with stunning mountain views sleeps 8. Ideal for walking, cycling, golfing, bird watching and more importantly relaxing. Plenty of facilities to suit all ages in the area. Private garden and bbq. Log burner. Walking distance to pub (20mins).
Three golf courses nearby, all within 15 miles of the house.
from £104 / night
£724 - £840
3 nights min stay
Neuadd Fach has been recently completely refurbished, it sleeps a maximum of eight people in four bedrooms.
Carno farmhouse is a beautiful 4* 16c cottage with wood burning stove, original oak beams, comfortably furnished & fully equipped placed in a lovely courtyard with 2 other barn cottages set in 5 acres of gardens,woods & farmland in the tranquil heart of the brecon beaco.
We are in the centre of 'The Dark Skies' Park with a viewing platform, binoculars & telescope.Fantastic!
Caemarchog is a truly outstanding farmhouse and Barn. The views from the property are simply breathtaking. If it’s peace and tranquillity you are looking for, then you need look no further.
The Black Mountains rise high - you are deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
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Stay in a rural Welsh cottage in this unspoilt part of Wales and explore the Black Mountains or the Brecon Beacons National Park, where you can scale the two highest peaks in southern Britain and discover a vast range of flora and fauna. Perfect for a walking holiday, Powys offers outdoor activities for all, from fishing to climbing. Culture vultures can visit numerous stunning historic sites, notably Powys Castle and Montgomery Castle, or head to Hay-on-Wye for the famous annual literary festival. Builth Wells is home to the popular Royal Welsh Show, while Knighton is the ideal base from which to explore the intriguing Offa’s Dyke, the historical border between England and Wales. Rent a self-catering holiday home in picturesque Machynlleth or Crickhowell – great for exploring Powys’s dramatic landscapes and fascinating history.
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