Sympathetically refurbished to a high standard, Cnewr Farmhouse forms part of a courtyard of Grade 2 listed farm buildings built approximately 200 years ago. Sleeping 14 to 16, it is a great house for groups of friends and family as there is so much space. Bookings run from Fridays for either seven or three nights. Weekend prices are from £1000 to £1500 per weekend.
The property has four double bedrooms, one twin or double and two twin bedrooms with two bathrooms with bath, over bath shower and loo, three shower rooms with loo and two separate loos.
There are lots of communal areas downstairs – a large sitting room with woodburner, a dining room, a games/tv room, a snug with woodburner and tv and a large kitchen diner with an Aga.
The spacious kitchen has a three oven Aga, American fridge freezer, separate electric hob and oven, Nespresso machine, dishwasher in addition to all the usual kitchen equipment – and plentiful crockery, glassware and cutlery .
The cosy snug adjoins the kitchen – ideal for children to be close by. It has comfortable seating, a wood burner and tv/dvd player.
The large, comfortable sitting room sits everyone and has a supply of books and board games with a cd player/wireless speaker. The traditional flagstone floor is covered by a warm rug and the room is additionally heated by a woodburner.
The dining room sits 12-14 and is ideal for a formal dinner and you can then relax in the games room which has a pool table and TV with Wii u. The games room also has a double sofa bed to sleep another 1-2 guests.
There is a downstairs cloakroom with large walk in shower and loo.
Upstairs the bedrooms are set out across the property with plenty of bathrooms and shower rooms. All bedrooms have plenty of space to pack clothes away, bedside tables and lamps/reading lights. There is an upstairs utility room for guest laundry with washing machine and drying machine.
The property has its own biomass boiler and a hydro scheme – meaning that the property provides all its own hot water and electricity – as well as having its own spring. We aim for a zero carbon footprint.
There is immediate access from the house onto the 12,500 acre Estate – with small streams, reservoir fishing, walking and mountain biking on the hill roads. With views to the Black Mountain and the Carmarthen Fans – Cnewr is an ideal location to explore the hills, valleys and towns and villages of the Brecon Beacons Forest Fawr GeoPark and the National Park. A great base for activity breaks and get-togethers with family and friends.
The A470, also referred to as The Cambrian…