Old Rectory Barn offers 5 star, self-catering accommodation within the Brecon Beacons National Park, has wonderful views and is close to the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal.
The barn is set in five acres above the village of Maesygwartha, an excellent base for exploring this beautiful and historic area. Renovated to the highest standards with stunning oak beams.
The Barn was awarded a GOLD green tourism business award when within the GTBS so with rainwater harvesting and solar water heating we can help you have an eco friendly holiday. This year we have installed an eco charger for electric vehicles.
Accommodation: Old Rectory Barn offers flexible accommodation, available as one large property, with an internal link, that sleeps up to ten guests or as two independent cottages – the Loft and Stables. The Stables accommodates four people (twin and double bedroom) and the Loft sleeps four to six people (twin and large family bedroom). – All bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms. – Both cottages have their own kitchen/dining/living areas and the modern kitchens are fully equipped with fridge, electric oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave etc. – TV with Freeview/DVD and CD player – Large garden with BBQ facilities. – Utility room with washing machine, dryer and freezer. – Drying room for outdoor gear and secure storage for bicycles. – Welcome pack of local produce provided for all self-catering guests. – Wi-Fi – Well-behaved dogs welcome.
Guestbook Comments: ‘I don’t want to leave! Gorgeous views everywhere you look, comfortable modern accommodation in an older setting. We got the children to walk every day and even admit they liked it! Discovered a waterfall walk in the village which was a surprise.’ ‘Another relaxing stay in this wonderful barn. Thanks to Hilary and Graham for their hospitality – looking forward to our next visit.’ ‘Extremely impressed with the excellent facilities and well thought out extras – absolutely love the ‘green-ness’ of this eco cottage. Highly recommended.’
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