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Stunning rural views
Lovely interiors throughout
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Sycamore Barn

Crickhowell (1m SW), Brecon Beacons

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Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Family friendly
Quirky
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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The Llangattock Hillside offers acres of common land on your doorstep, as well as some of Europe's most interesting and challenging cave networks for the little more adventurous. Just perfect for walkers and cyclists with a host of walking and cycling trails throughout the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. Also an International Dark Sky Reserve so why not discover the wonders of the celestial sky. And for lazy days away from the mountains why not explore the picturesque town of Crickhowell for the morning newspaper and local bakery. For a traditional family day trip there are many attractions to include: The Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon Iron Works and Abergavenny Castle and museum.

The building is perfectly situated, with a garden that is private and enjoys a vista encompassing over 200 square kilometres of the national park, over the beautiful Usk valley to the Black Mountains and beyond. The large glass doors and spiral staircase will again surprise you on entering a traditional barn, the open-plan lounge area with comfortable sofas finished thoughtfully with colourful cushions and throws providing the perfect background for a cosy night in with a good movie, with space for dining for a hearty supper after a day’s exploring the National Park. Taking a step or two down to a traditional kitchen that provides a great space for the cook amongst you.  Well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a shower room just off the kitchen. Climb the spiral staircase to the first floor where you will find a twin room with en-suite bathroom. A further climb to the second floor where you will find an inviting king-size bedroom within the eaves enjoying stunning views from the skylights.

Step outside into the hillside, the gardens are open aspect with a generous stone patio from which you can enjoy the views, with heavy oak garden furniture and BBQ. When the sun goes down you can stretch the evening out around the fire pit, the only sounds being the crackle of the fire and the calling of lambs in the fields in the springtime. There is also a huge area of open access behind the barn which has opportunities for caving, cycling and horse riding, as well as much to interest the amateur naturalist.

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WALKING & CYCLING: Enjoying a rural location on the fringes of the Brecon Beacons National Park, you’ll find yourself placed perfectly for lazy days enjoying the local waymarked paths that meander across the meadows and farmlands. The Llangattock Hillside, upon which the property finds itself, offers acres of landscapes to explore right on your doorstep, as well as some of Europe’s most interesting and challenging cave networks for the little more adventurous!

You’ll also find yourself within an International Dark Sky Reserve, so why not head into the wilderness and admire the wonders of the celestial sky too?

CASTLES & CULTURE: You will find yourself placed in an area steeped in history! Get exploring the Wales of many moons ago with a trip to Crickhowell Castle, Tretower Castle or Abergavenny Castle to name but a few – all just a short distance from the property and an unmissable visit.

TOUR THE TOWNS: For exciting days away from the mountains, why not explore the picturesque town of Crickhowell for the morning newspaper and local bakery. For a traditional family day trip, there are many attractions including: The Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon Iron Works and Abergavenny Castle and museum.

FINE FAYRE: This property finds itself surrounded by a fantastic array of eateries and traditional pubs, just perfect for putting your feet up and letting someone else do the cooking! If you fancy a laid-back vibe then head to the Bell Inn, just a short distance from the property. This charming village pub sits within Glangrwyney and offers a warm Welsh welcome and hearty homecooked classics.

SLEEPS: There are two bedrooms accessed via a spiral staircase; one with twin beds and one with a king size bed. Ben linen is provided for your stay.

RELAXING: Electric and central heating, satellite TV, a record player, books, games and DVD's are all included for your stay.

COOKING & DINING: There is an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.

BATHING: There is one shower room and one en-suite bathroom. Towels are provided for your stay.

OUTSIDE:The outside space boasts a charming enclosed garden with garden furniture , fire wok and BBQ for use during your stay. There is also unsecured bicycle storage available.

ACCESS: The barn is approached via a single track road, there is off-road parking for two cars on the gravel driveway.

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Beautiful barn conversion set in an elavated position in the countryside
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Lovely interiors throughout
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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

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O, 4th September 2020 Guest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 stars

Fantastic for walkers or enthusiastic cyclists. However - your own Holiday Cottages communications abysmal - with NO replies to any of our email requests for information

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Sharon, 28th August 2020 Guest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 stars

Cosy cottage in the most beautiful location with far reaching views across the Brecon Beacons surrounding Crickhowell. Many lovely walks on the doorstep but the footpaths can be steep and challenging in places. Loved watching the sunrise, sunset and listening to birdsong and the church bells echo through the valley on a Sunday morning. A romantic aRead morend truly special place. Thank you Bob and Paul (Gone Fishing, Series 2, Episode 1) for the recommendation. Hide

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Valerie , 31st July 2020 Guest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 stars

if you are looking for an isolated property with perfect views then I can't recommend this place enough. There are great walks from the doorstep on the Mon & Brec Canal. There is also a great little town that is approx. 45 min walk away - Crickhowell. I would recommend "The Bear" & " The Britannia" pubs, - both dog friendly. There is a one single nRead morearrow track to the property which is not great for walking on! Really enjoyed the outdoor space but it was little unkept and need some TLC. Hide

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Louise , 6th March 2020 Guest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 stars

Had a wonderful time at Sycamore Barn! Spacious yet very cosy, well equipped kitchen and spectacular views from all angles. We had great fun with the telescope on a clear night in what we found out was a dark sky reserve area! And some very friendly sheep coming to visit us from next door's field! Thanks to Bob and Paul for giving us the idea to stRead moreay here (Gone Fishing!) Would love to buy (if you ever decide to sell?!?) Hide

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Christine, 27th December 2019 Guest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 stars

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Jan, 25th October 2019 Guest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 stars

We had torrential rain for the first 36 hours, with thick cloud, so no views, we still loved it, so warm and cosy, then the clouds lifted to stunning vistas and we walked into Crickhowell for lunch and later were up on the escarpment with the ravens and buzzards. Great location, very friendly locals, abundant wildlife, lovely, well-equipped cottageRead more, we'll return. Hide

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MICHAEL , 20th September 2019 Guest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 stars

Beautiful cottage in excellent location. Ideal to explore surrounding area. Be aware of steep,narrow drive up to cottage. Lovely walks on your doorstep, especially along nearby canal. Excellent telescope in property to view clear,dark sky. Nearby pubs , Vine Tree & Dragon, excellent food & dog friendly. Recommend.

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Lauren, 6th September 2019 Guest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 stars

Amazing location. Stunning views. Very peaceful, special feel to the Barn. Only downside for us, was having a small dog & toddler which was fine in the barn- but we were not safely able to go walking from the barn with the pram, as the surounding lanes are narrow, singletrack lanes, so we drove everywhere- which was fine for us. There's a fantasticRead more heating system and a well equiped kitchen, with thoughtful supplies on arrival too, thank you for the biscuits! The baby loved them! Hide

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Kate, 1st September 2019 Guest rating 3.4 starsGuest rating 3.4 starsGuest rating 3.4 starsGuest rating 3.4 starsGuest rating 3.4 stars

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Samantha, 2nd August 2019 Guest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 stars

Amazing location, views and everything about the place we loved. Challenging walk to and from the barn from crickhowell but definitely worth it and the children did it without much complaint. Will be certainly visiting again.

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Joanne , 26th July 2019 Guest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 stars

We loved the cottage in such a lovely location, with comfy bed and fire pit with stunning views. We appreciated the little thoughtful touches on arrival like fresh milk, flowers from the garden, tea, biscuits and bottles of cold water. It's a very special place and well worth the journey up the steep narrow lane. We had a fantastic time with the doRead moreg and enjoyed all the great walks the area has to offer. We'd definitely love to come back! Thanks Hide

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Hans Juerg, 19th July 2019 Guest rating 4.4 starsGuest rating 4.4 starsGuest rating 4.4 starsGuest rating 4.4 starsGuest rating 4.4 stars

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Helen , 12th July 2019 Guest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 stars

lovely cottage beautifully modernised , up a very steep single track road . wonderful views and had all the amenities we needed

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Steven, 21st June 2019 Guest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 stars

Great quiet location. Cottage has been set up with great attention to detail. Ideal as a central point to explore Brecon Beacons.

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Sonja, 18th June 2019 Guest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 stars

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Margaret, 10th June 2019 Guest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 starsGuest rating 4.2 stars

A pleasant cottage set in beautiful countryside. The spiral staircase is an interesting feature.

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Tim, 3rd May 2019 Guest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 starsGuest rating 4.8 stars

Superb quiet/private location up a steepish hill with seriously good views. It's approx half hour walk from Crickhowell village but using the picturesque canal towpath it is very pleasant. Very nice village with all you could need there. A great part of the country for lovers of the countryside.

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Valerie, 23rd March 2019 Guest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 starsGuest rating 4.6 stars

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Emily, 17th February 2019 Guest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 starsGuest rating 5 stars

I could not recommend this cottage enough, the location is idyllic, the cottage itself is so quirky and beautiful, the drive up through the little lanes makes you feel a million miles away but in reality a 5 min drive from the beautiful town of Crickhowell, Horse/Pony trekking on your doorstep, lots of sheep in neighboring fields, perfect for the dRead moreog, so many nice walks, me, my husband, two boys and the dog were very sad to leave!! If your ever selling the property please let us know!!!! Hide

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