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A super detached barn conversion with 40 acres to roam
Cosy lounge with warming wood burner
The perfect spot to dine with an ever-changing view
Super kitchen with Aga and steps to lower second lounge
The second lounge that leads out to the decked hot tub area
Lower ground floor wet room with shower and WC
Master bedroom with beautiful rural views
Second bedroom with rural views
The twin bedroom - all beds made up for your arrival
Stylish and contemporary bathroom on the first floor
The dramatic location of this beautiful cottage - yet just 1.5mls from pub and shop
Nearby Abergavenny is a picturesque town, and is renowned for food festivals
1 / 12  A super detached barn conversion with 40 acres to roam
2 / 12  Cosy lounge with warming wood burner
3 / 12  The perfect spot to dine with an ever-changing view
4 / 12  Super kitchen with Aga and steps to lower second lounge
5 / 12  The second lounge that leads out to the decked hot tub area
6 / 12  Lower ground floor wet room with shower and WC
7 / 12  Master bedroom with beautiful rural views
8 / 12  Second bedroom with rural views
9 / 12  The twin bedroom - all beds made up for your arrival
10 / 12  Stylish and contemporary bathroom on the first floor
11 / 12  The dramatic location of this beautiful cottage - yet just 1.5mls from pub and shop
12 / 12  Nearby Abergavenny is a picturesque town, and is renowned for food festivals

Tumbles End Barn,

Govilon, South Wales

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people Sleeps 6
hotel Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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This detached property, accessed down a narrow country lane, offers peace and tranquillity and adjoins 40 acres of its own land, with beautiful walks, climbs and even caves to explore. The village centre of Govilon is just a short walk away and is right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The village also lies on the edge of the Blaenafon World Heritage site, home to several historic attractions including the Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenafon Heritage Railway and Blaenafon Iron Works. There are many miles of walks, cycle paths, and opportunities to try climbing, abseiling, canoeing, and caving all within easy reach. For a more restful day trip, nearby Abergavenny is a must, which has built an excellent culinary reputation.

Enter the beautiful open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner with views straight out to the fields beyond. The lounge area has two comfortable sofas, a TV and a warming wood burner to provide the cosiest focal point to the room. The dining area has a large table with chairs and a floor-to-ceiling window looking to the outside. Prepare a meal in the well-equipped kitchen with Aga, providing both warmth and charm, as well as an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. From here you are led down a couple of steps to the lower ground floor with a second lounge, ideal for children and teenagers with a large sofa and TV. There is also a contemporary wet room with shower and WC on this level and doors to outside. From the ground floor head upstairs to the first floor to the sleeping accommodation, where there are three bedrooms. The first is the master double bedroom with a TV and fantastic rural and mountain views, followed by a further double and a twin bedroom, all with linen and towels provided. There is a bathroom on this floor with bath and WC that completes the property.

Outside there is a large enclosed decked area with your own private wood fired hot tub, perfect for gazing up at the stars after a day of exploring. You can also enjoy use of the patio furniture and BBQ whilst taking in the far reaching views. Here you will also find access to the garage which houses the utility area with washing machine. Please note the property is accessed by travelling up a private, narrow lane which opens to reveal a bridge, which you pass over to find the parking in front of the property, with enough space for four cars.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Read more Code: 59730

  • 3 bedrooms - 2 doubles and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom and 1 wet room
  • Electric oven and hob, Aga, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
  • Utility area with washing machine
  • Wood fired hot tub
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Private parking for 4 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Shops and pubs 1.5 miles
  • TV in both lounges and master bedroom

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A super detached barn conversion with 40 acres to roam
Cosy lounge with warming wood burner
The perfect spot to dine with an ever-changing view
Super kitchen with Aga and steps to lower second lounge
The second lounge that leads out to the decked hot tub area
Lower ground floor wet room with shower and WC
Master bedroom with beautiful rural views
Second bedroom with rural views
The twin bedroom - all beds made up for your arrival
Stylish and contemporary bathroom on the first floor
The dramatic location of this beautiful cottage - yet just 1.5mls from pub and shop
Nearby Abergavenny is a picturesque town, and is renowned for food festivals

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

Evie, 25th May 2019

Fantastic setting in the peace and quiet but not far from lots to do and great walking. High standard of accommodation and everything that you could need and more. What better way than spending your evening in the hot tub under the stars!

James, 11th May 2019

Very pleasant. Newly and well renovated cottage in a tranquil setting- only neighbours being some horses/sheep walking past the lounge window! Access is down a private narrow lane which is a little stressful the first time, but it's something you get quickly used to and was wide enough for my parents who drive a relatively large 4x4. Lovely (but tiRead morering) walk immediately out of the front door up to Blorenge mountain with fantastic scenic views and near enough to all amenities. Would revisit. Hide

Christopher, 26th April 2019

We really enjoyed our stay at Tumbles End Barn! It's a beautiful property in a remote location, exactly what you need to escape! Everything was thought of by the owners and we had all necessities on arrival. The hot tub was very easy to use, all you need is a bit of time and patience which is worth the wait to soak up the views surrounding you. TheRead more welcome hamper was a bonus, prosecco and cakes that were all delicious. Our four legged friendly loved seeing the animals approach the large window. Hide

David, 19th April 2019

Great character cottage in the middle of nowhere. Very quiet, sheep & ponies come up to the lounge window on a regular basis. Great walking area direct from the cottage. Would recommend to anybody. Just take care on approach as road is very narrow.

Gari, 12th April 2019

A fabulous space with everything you could ever need. Lovely barn conversion, plenty of space for all. Location is great, rural, but still easy access to main roads. Good location for walks, running. The AGA and hot tub were a great treat. There is a great range of activities nearby (car is essential).

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WHERE TO FIND IT

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