Dating back to the early 18th century, The Byre is the renovated cow shed of the larger farm complex, Maes-y-Gwaelod, one of the oldest properties in the area. Awarded 4 stars from Visit Wales, the property is nestled half way down the valley, between the Crychan and Halfway forests, and has spectacular views with country lanes and bridleways accessible directly from the door.
The detached barn has three bedrooms (one large double and two singles) with an open plan kitchen/diner/sitting room. The Byre is full of character, with exposed beams and stable door to the front courtyard, where the morning sun climbs over the mountain to the East.
There is a fully equipped kitchen with fan-assisted oven and microwave. The sitting area contains a flat screen TV and DVD player. The Byre is an ideal base for young families, as highchair and travel cot are provided for your stay. There is parking for 2 cars directly in front of the property.
We particularly welcome walkers and cyclists as we provide a laundry/drying room, which is excellent for muddy boots and walking gear and there is secure accommodation for pushbikes and outdoor washing facilities. We are dog-friendly with access to a rear garden.
Kitchen staples – tea, coffee, sugar, salt and pepper, hand wash and washing up liquid are provided – and a welcome pack on arrival contains cheese, butter, orange juice, milk, and fresh, home-made bread and eggs from our own free-ranging hens.