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- In the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley, Wales, UK, with lovely views over the market town of Builth Wells, this very homely B&B farmstay, which is very highly rated by its guests, has a range of comfortable rooms with flat screen TV, WiFi and a private patio. They can serve a very good breakfast direct to your room in the morning with plenty of choice, from a full cooked Welsh breakfast to porridge, cereals, toasted bagels with salmon and cream cheese etc. Guests are free to wander the farm at their leisure and maybe keep an eye out for some local wildlife; Red kites, owls, foxes and buzzards are all known to visit now and again. And if you would like to explore farther afield the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, which has great hiking opportunities and famously stunning scenery, is a short drive to the south. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Absolutely everything the gracious informative hosts fabulous setting great creature comforts king size bed & topped off with a superb breakfast overlooking the magnificent scenery a must stay for people who look for luxury in a B&B….” “Can’t praise Smithfield Farm enough, had the most wonderful stay. Facilities, food, cleanliness, location and the owners were all excellent…” >> CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS & TO BOOK YOUR STAY AT SMITHFIELD FARM: READ MORE
- On the slopes of the Sugar Loaf Mountain, in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, Hall Farm Barn has B&B and self catering accommodation on a 200 acre organic sheep and cattle farm about 15 minutes drive from the market town of Abergavenney, and is a beautifully peaceful rural escape. The B&B rooms are at the main farmhouse and are cosy and comfortable, with en-suite bathroom, flat screen TV and WiFi, while their rustic self catering cottage farther up the hill also has a full kitchen and lounge area and can sleep up to seven The farm is fully organic and guests are welcome to take a walk around, the surrounding area is famously beautiful too and you can go hiking straight from the farmstay into the Breacon Beacons Park. Note: No children and no pets! READ MORE
- Sunnyside Farm has a lovely and very spacious cottage to rent for up to 12 people at the edge of the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park, one of the highlight of any journey through rural Wales. The farm is an award winning sheep and cattle farm which you are welcome to walk around, and to watch, or take part in, different seasonal activities such as bottle feeding spring lambs for example or wool rolling during shearing time. You’ll find plenty of nice field & woodland walks, and mountain bike trails, around the immediate area too, and of course for more serious hiking there is the magnificent scenery of the Brecon Beacons just a few miles away. THE ACCOMMODATION: The cottage is large, it has seven bedrooms in total and can sleep up to twelve quite comfortably, but it still retains a nice cosy countryside cottage feel. There is a large living room with an adjoining, spacious, dining room and also a kitchen well enough equipped to cater for any occasion and which includes a washing machine and a dishwasher. The lounge area has digital TV and DVD player and there is WiFi throughout the house. Outside there is also plenty of space to enjoy with a patio and outdoor seating. As mentioned previously, you are free to wander all around the farm and to join some of the farm activities and you can take off on hikes or mountain bike rides in the surrounding area where you’ll find plenty of scenic trails to be explored. The friendly farm owners stay nearby and will always be at hand with help or advice and they can arrange things such a local bike hire and grocery deliveries etc. Pets will be welcomed at the farm but be aware it is a sheep farm so dogs should obviously be kept well controlled! THE LOCATION: The farm is just six miles from the village of Brecon, the gateway to the Beacons. It is a deeply rural area of rolling green hills, farms, woodland, winding country roads and quaint little villages, the most well known being Hay-on-Wye which hosts a world famous annual literary festival in late May-early READ MORE