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Little Hare Barns


Long Hare Barn sleeps five in three pretty bedrooms. Bedroom one with Hayloft window and views of the Sugar Loaf, king size double bed. Bedroom two, single bedroom with sloping ceiling and ceiling light. Bedroom three a twin or room with two singles and two windows with views of the beautiful valley below and across to Beacon foothills. This cottage is suitable for couples or less than five guests and the online prices will reflect this. Large well equipped kitchen with three metres of work space and cupboard, dining table for eight, boasts a built in dishwasher, washer dryer, under counter fridge and freeze and a large larder fridge, oil central heating. Wood burner in large luxurious oak lounge, 35kilos of logs provided, cosy large sofas, light and airy room, great for chillaxing. Family bathroom upstairs with toilet, hand basin and bath. Oak doors and floor boards through out upstairs with fitted wardrobes. Downstairs a shower room, with toilet and hand basin, just off unique hall way with glass doors either end views to watch the weather or mountains.

Little Hare Barn sleeps just two in a smaller barn, a pretty, large, spacious ground floor bedroom with a double bed, television wall mounted, with DVD player. Ensuite wet room with electric shower, toilet and hand basin, 2m x 2m. Small kitchen with cooker, hob and white sink, large larder fridge, missing washer-dryer and freezer, long dining table and small sofa to relax. Electrically centrally heated, very warm and cosy. Has own key.

Little Hare Barns sleeps seven, combining both cottages. Sleeps seven in four bedroom, three double bed rooms and on single bed room. Book on line with sleeps seven or Little Hare Barns. Little Hare Barns will sleep less than seven, with four double bedroom some guests require a bed room each, our online prices will reflect lower prices in low seasons.

We are flexible with booking dates and duration.


Nestling under the Sugar Loaf Mountain Crickhowell, standing at 600 feet above sea level, the fields around the Barn are part of the Brecon Beacons National Park and part of the Black Mountains. The road below the Barn leads to Grwynne Fechan, Grwynne Fawr, Llanthony to Hay on Wye, Longtown to Crasswall and the Hereford Borders. Water falls at Talybont and Ystradfelte, Fforest Fawr for walking and geology, and industrial history. With Walks from the front door, canal, Castles, Big Pit, dark skies, electric cars for two, to explore the Barn offers a unique place to stay, some great places to eat out and friendly historical market Towns of Abergavenny, Crickhowell, Brecon Builth and Hay on Wye, book town of Wales. Further information to reach the Barn available on booking.

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