“Absolutely fantastic time for us as a family, talking, playing and spending good quality time together, great!!!”
A beautifully renovated and converted barn, nestled in the mountains of Wales, the only sound to be heard is sheep and lambs bleating and cows mooing.
The scenery is breathtaking....mountains as far as the eye can see!
The accommodation is quirky and modern, most of the furniture is recycled or vintage, with great attention to detail and style. The bedrooms are cosy and the beds a delight to sleep in.
The Barn is completely off-grid, with solar panels for the little electricity you may need and Propane gas for the stove. A wood-burning stove is the only form of heating, which is adequate - we visited in January previously and found the Barn warm and cosy. very well equipped and more than comfortable
Most importantly there is NO TV. which means no distractions, but there is a good source of reading material and a small collection of box games. A thoroughly relaxing, quiet, restful time is guaranteed!
Take a walk or drive around one of the coast routes recommended by the owner in the information book, well worth it, some beautiful scenery and lovely beaches to visit.
This is completely off-grid, no mains water (spring water) and Propane gas for the stove, wood-burning stove is the only form of heating.
This is a fantastic experience but be sure to pack an extra jumper and thick socks for first thing in the morning, especially during the winter months, it’s a little chilly until the wood-burner is lit.
So many can’t actually begin to list them, good source of information at the Barn.
Travelled from Hereford to Machynlleth, no need to stop
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