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View towards the barn
Enjoy a luxurious hot tub in a sensational setting
Open plan living with the beautiful newly fitted beams
Spacious lounge for all to enjoy
Beautiful dining area
Set to impress
Cosy Lounge
Luxurious touches throughout
Stylish kitchen
Lots of preperation space
Well equipped kitchen for the most discerning chef
An excellent kitchen to prepare your favourite meals
Open plan living
Plan you next adevnture in front of a roaring fire
Dining area
View towards the property and surrounding countryside
View towards the property and surrounding countryside
Enjoy a touch of luxury
View towards the barn and hot tub area
Double bedroom with en-suite shower
Bedroom details
Twin bedroom with zip and link beds
Twin bedroom
Bathroom with shower
Bathroom details
Bathroom with shower
Enjoy a relaxing glass of wine in front of the fire
Farm life
Surrounding countryside
View towards the barn
Views of  the surrounding countryside
Views of the surrounding countryside
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2 / 32  Enjoy a luxurious hot tub in a sensational setting
3 / 32  Open plan living with the beautiful newly fitted beams
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6 / 32  Set to impress
7 / 32  Cosy Lounge
8 / 32  Luxurious touches throughout
9 / 32  Stylish kitchen
10 / 32  Lots of preperation space
11 / 32  Well equipped kitchen for the most discerning chef
12 / 32  An excellent kitchen to prepare your favourite meals
12 / 32  An excellent kitchen to prepare your favourite meals
13 / 32  Open plan living
14 / 32  Plan you next adevnture in front of a roaring fire
15 / 32  Dining area
16 / 32  View towards the property and surrounding countryside
17 / 32  View towards the property and surrounding countryside
18 / 32  Enjoy a touch of luxury
19 / 32  View towards the barn and hot tub area
20 / 32  Double bedroom with en-suite shower
21 / 32  Bedroom details
22 / 32  Twin bedroom with zip and link beds
23 / 32  Twin bedroom
24 / 32  Bathroom with shower
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26 / 32  Bathroom with shower
27 / 32  Enjoy a relaxing glass of wine in front of the fire
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30 / 32  View towards the barn
31 / 32  Views of the surrounding countryside
32 / 32  Views of the surrounding countryside

Hatterrall Barn,

Abergavenny (8mls N), Brecon Beacons

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people Sleeps 4
hotel Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Luxury
Romantic
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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BEAUTIFUL BARN AT THE FOOT OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINS WITH HOT TUB 

Set high into the valley of Longtown enjoying rugged views across the surrounding farmland, sympathetic in style, showcasing a wealth of character and charm with exposed beams and stone that will take you back in time.

The traditional village of Longtown more often renowned for its village store and 12th century Norman Castle offers some of the best walking within the area from your doorstep, explore the Black Mountains, and join the Offa’s Dyke pathway which will take you deeper into the countryside. Ideal for touring with the market town of Abergavenny with a regular farmers market and food festival, Crickhowell nestled within the Usk Valley and Hay on Wye with an eclectic range of book shops that all celebrate the book festivals throughout the year, make the most of the Herefordshire Countryside and follow the Great Cider Route, or join in the many local produce festivals. Leisure facilities: private hot tub.

The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 1 king-size and 1 twin zip-and-link (which can be made into a super-king on request) with en-suite shower and WC . Bathroom: with separate shower, bath and WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: with woodburner (first basket of logs included) TV and DVD. Kitchen area, well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer machine. Outside: enclosed patio with furniture and BBQ. Amenities: ample private off-road parking. Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Location: pub and shop within walking distance. Arrival: 3pm.

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WALK TO THE PUB: The Crown Inn at Longtown, is the local, with a good reputation, it's within 20 - 30 minutes walking distance of Hatterrall Barn, or just five minutes in the car.

TAKE A HIKE: Surrounded by beautiful countryside you are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to walking in the area. Hike up grassy hills blossoming in flower, stride through narrow country lanes and wander past hay bales stacked high. Walk right from your doorstep and explore the beautiful Black Mountains and join the Offa’s Dyke pathway which will lead you deeper into the countryside.

PEDAL AROUND: Set into the valley, you’ll never be short of fantastic opportunities to cycle and enjoy a spot of sight-seeing at the same time.

FOODIE HAVEN: There are a wealth of good country pubs all within easy reach. The Bridge Inn is just a short distance from the barn and is ready to welcome you with its beautiful river-side setting and enticing menu which regularly features the likes of Persian Lamb, Escleyside Pie and Steak frites… our mouths are watering already! Cwtch Café is the perfect spot to stop by for a slice of cake and a hot cup of cocoa – perfect for warming up after a day strolling the pretty streets.

TOUR THE TOWNS: Placed perfectly to enjoy the relaxed pace of life in the traditional village of Longtown or for heading a little further and exploring the vibrant market town of Abergavenny, with its regular farmers market and food festival, what better opportunity to stock up on yummy local produce to cook up back at the barn.

Crickhowell, nestled within the Usk Valley and Hay-on-Wye are also just a short jaunt away and offer an eclectic range of book shops, an enchanting history to uncover and a fantastic Great Cider Route to embark upon!

HISTORIC WALES: With the great Norman Castle gracing Longtown, you don’t have to spread your wings too far to discover a glimpse of Wales’ fascinating past. There are a number of other heritage sites speckled around the surrounding countryside including Bailey Castle and Longtown Castle – both well worth a visit.

SLEEPS: Comfortably sleeps four with a king-size bedroom and a twin bedroom which can be made into a king on request.

RELAXING: The cottage is very warm and fully central heated. The log burner will keep you extra toasty during those colder winter months – your first basket of logs are included. Bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi are also included for your stay.

COOKING: The barn boasts a well-equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.

BATHING: Upstairs bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC. The twin bedroom also has an ensuite with a shower and WC.

OUTSIDE: The delightful outside space offers an enclosed patio area with garden furniture and a BBQ. There is also ample private off-road parking.

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View towards the barn
Enjoy a luxurious hot tub in a sensational setting
Open plan living with the beautiful newly fitted beams
Spacious lounge for all to enjoy
Beautiful dining area
Set to impress
Cosy Lounge
Luxurious touches throughout
Stylish kitchen
Lots of preperation space
Well equipped kitchen for the most discerning chef
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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

John, 8th February 2019

A delightful cottage in a beautiful location

Ben, 25th January 2019

We loved every minute of our relaxing stay - the barn is perfectly equipped and so homely. Sally and Martin are the most wonderful hosts - Martin took our little 3 year old out on the tractor which absolutely made his holiday! There are plenty of walks around the property and the hot tub was a real treat. We loved every minute of our stay and hope Read moreto return some time again in the not too distant future. Thank you again Sally and Martin for being such lovely hosts. Hide

Julie, 16th November 2018

What a find! Great property, great location & wonderful outlook! Sally is a great host and thought of everything! So many walks from the barn to do. Great hot tub! Everything you need is provided & more! Cupcakes on arrival plus things to get started: bread, eggs, bacon, sausages, butter, pantry staples, tea, coffee & coffee machine! Comfortable beRead moreds & plenty of space. Such a pleasant stay. Loved it all, even the hooting owls at night. Fantastic getaway! Highly recommend Hatterrall Barn. Hide

John, 5th October 2018

This was a lovely comfortable cottage in a perfect location for exploring the Black Mountains, with easy access to Abergavenny and Hereford. Excellent and personable hosts who were on hand if needed.

, 1st October 2018

High quality build, beautifully furnished and comprehensively appointed barn conversion where considerable thoughtfulness has been applied to what guests might need on a luxury break in the countryside. The remote location might not suit everybody but for those who relish a complete getaway (with walks available from the doorstep) I doubt a better Read moreone is out there. Hide

Katie, 21st September 2018

We stayed here for a week and loved it. The local walks are fantastic and the barn is brilliantly equipped. The accommodation is a home from home and the hot tub is a huge bonus. We loved it and will definitely be returning at some point.

Carol, 10th September 2018

We really enjoyed being able to walk out up the fields and onto the interesting Mountain Road to gain easy access up onto the Offa's Dyke Long Distance Path.

Jaan, 10th August 2018

This fantastic barn deep in the lovely Herefordshire countryside exceeded our expectations. We stayed for a week with our two little boys 2 & 4, and used it as a base to explore the area. The owners (neighbors) were exceptionally nice and approachable for local recommendations. We really cannot fault the place!

Simon, 3rd August 2018

We really enjoyed our stay. The location was really peaceful and the accommodation was of a high standard. We felt very welcome and are thinking of a return visit already.

Laurie, 27th July 2018

The owners were very welcoming and very helpful. The barn was luxurious, very clean and a home from home as all the necessary equipment was provided. The barn was set in beautiful surroundings. We can recommend the Cats Back Walk and the Crown Pub for good food.

Sam , 21st July 2018

We absolutely our stay at Hatterall Barn! Sally and Martin have created a lovely home from home. The barn has everything you need for a relaxing break away and we loved having a hot tub with the views across the field. We were very kindly left some welcome items such as prosecco, cupcakes and breakfast supplies which went down a treat! We hope to rRead moreeturn again soon for another stay as we had such a great time Hide

Paul, 6th July 2018

Lovely, lovely, lovely! One of the best holiday cottages we have stayed in. Would highly recommend.

Tracey, 22nd June 2018

Peace quite and tons of relaxing to be had and beautiful walks from the barn to the Black Mountains . The property is very high spec and immaculately clean , the bed was super comfy , lots of hot water for baths and showers and we watched shooting stars from the hot tub. The addition of ice and a fan was very much appreciated, would highly recommenRead mored this property , Hide

Dan, 1st June 2018

We stayed early June and had a very enjoyable and relaxing long weekend. The gorgeous barn conversion was beautifully situated overlooking the Welsh valleys, well situated close to Abergavenny amenities and to the well known waterfall walks. The property was well thought out and Sally and Martin have clearly really thought about what holiday makersRead more need to enjoy their stay including some very nice welcome gifts. Hide

Gael, 11th May 2018

Beautiful barn - very hospitable host and hostess.

Stephen, 4th May 2018

All those positive reviews are spot on. It sleeps four and is big for that number. It is tastefully decorated and the build quality on what must have been a tricky barn conversion is excellent. Recommendations: four falls walk, sugar loaf mountain, ambles around Abergavenny and Hay. The local pubs, we didn't eat or drink at the Crown Inn (very closRead moree) but would highly recommend the Bridge Inn in Michaelchurch. The Cafe at Richard Booths Bookshop in Hay was great...have the Welsh Rarebit. Hide

Jennifer, 19th April 2018

The Barn is beautiful and furnished and equipped to a very high specification. All the bedding and towels etc are of high quality and it really does feel like a home from home. Sally made us very welcome with lots of nice touches on arrival, bacon, sausages, bread, milk, prosecco & cupcakes (to name but a few) a lovely surprise! We would definitelyRead more visit again. Hide

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