Located on Sugar Loaf near Llangenny and Crickhowell in Brecon Beacons
Superb small Barn for two.
Romantic get away for two.
A location high in clouds.
Walks to the Sugar Loaf from the Barn.
Graded four stars.
With walk in shower, large ground floor double bedroom, small entrance hall, and a large kitchen with an over oak tree tops view from the window to the steep valley below.
Wet room with toilet and hand basin. Towels and toiletries supplied.
Superb new kitchen for two, large fridge, cooker and hob, microwave, white sink, dining table, small sofa , washer drier, dishwasher, extra lighting, full heat control for guests.
Basic groceries provided, salt, cooking oils, toilet and kitchen paper, detergents, cling film, foil, and baking paper, selection of teas and coffee maker, milk and home made strawberry jam and marmalade. Welcome pack included.
Large very pretty bedroom with double bed, tiled floor, wardrobe, tv, dvd.
Little Hare Barns is part of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains and situated on the slopes of the iconic peak called the Sugar Loaf with sheep grazing the open heath land partly managed by the National Trust. It is part of a 200 acre sheep farm, Hall Farm. Home to lapwings, red grouse, swallows, house martins, hawks, red kite, buzzards, hares, owls, badgers, foxes.
It is a unique location, a peaceful location, converted shepherd's Barns, situated high on the slopes of a hill farm, over looking the wide Usk Valley, with a broad view of Brecon Beacons National Park. It is a great escape for two guests to explore the Brecon Beacons , Sugar Loaf and Black Mountains. Rolling fields surrounding Little Hare Barn, after a walk to the Sugar Loaf, enjoy a glass of wine in the gravelled courtyard, before eating out in one of the great restaurants the area has to offer. Located on the south side of the Usk Valley Little Hare Barns enjoys beautiful sunsets and autumnal storms blowing in across the valley.
Little Hare Barn is large and spacious for two guests.
The smaller of the two barns and ten metres across a shared courtyard
Winter walking and wet clothes, Little Hare Barn has a clothes airer and a good heating system, helping to 'dry' guests clothes.
It is great bolt hole for cyclists, some where to wash the cycles, just 6 minutes from restaurants in Crickhowell for evening meals. Or order a supper pack directly from owner, vegetarian or gluten free. Also a breakfast pack available. Prices available on booking. Binoculars for bird watching. Torch for walking to the Pub. We have a a link with another farm house for cycling or walking allowing guests to explore from Hall Farm to Crasswall, please ask on booking.
The area has great restaurants, good fishing, excellent walking, good cycling and some of the most amazing vistas. Historic castles, Raglan castle, Chepstow, Carleon. The Roman Camp in Carleon.
Brecon's historic town, Abergavenny, Crickhowells Georgian town. Vineyards to explore. Cafe's too.
For a relaxing holiday Little Hare Barns offers a superb base to explore.
Brecon Beacons National Park is an area designated for its out standing natural beauty, the barns stand in a conservation area facing South, a real plus for the guests. One of the Usk's tributaries flows below the Barn, Cwmgyffrudd Stream, down a vertical slope.
We have Rugby in Cardiff, Crickhowell Walking Festival, Hay Literary Festival of Light where famous authors visit, Glanusk Green Man Festival, a must for music lovers, some times a light melody reaches the barns, this is idyllic, lastly Abergavenny food Festival where food producers and purveyors from all over Wales sell for two days their sumptuous foods and drinks and discuss food and life in a series of talks.
Castles, from Llandovery to Chepstow stand, great places to explore, Raglan Castle is great for all ages. The Canal which hugs the mountain side winds from Brecon to Cwmbran, eighteen flat miles from Brecon to Gilwern, along some outstanding scenery.
More ideas on booking.