Abergavenny Farm Holidays

Dyffryn Beusych Farm
Self-catering cottage
Sleeps 2/3
Price: £285-£400 per week
Visit Wales: ★★★★
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Sue Fair
Dyffryn Beusych Farm,
Llanbedr, Crickhowell, NP8 1ST
Availability: Please phone or email
Telephone: 01873 811292
Email: mikey.fair@gmail.com
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Once featured in "Great Escapes" magazine this cottage was chosen as a truly great place to get away from it all.

Dyffryn Beusych means "dry steading in the valley" and is set on a 300 acre sheep farm high up on the hillside running up to 1200 feet with pasture and ancient woodland. Short breaks are offered as well as full weeks.

The cottage is beautifully furnished, with antique furniture and rugs on pine floors. Cosy, comfortable sitting room with large sofa, TV, DVD, video, books and games. A wonderful stone fireplace with woodburner.

The main bedroom has a double bed and a single bed, and there is another single bed on the galleried landing. A cot is also available.

Gas central-heating throughout.

Washing machine and freezer available in the adjacent farmhouse.

Sheltered outside seating area overlooking the valley, with a barbecue for summer evenings.

Wonderful riding and walking country. Dogs welcome by arrangement - or, you can even bring your own horse!

Sue and Mike are just a stone's throw away in the farmhouse if you need anything at all.

Access is via the farm drive with two shallow fords and steepish approach which is used daily by the family Paugeot 205.

Quotes from the Visitors' Book

"To all those who will share the cottage, the friends & the hills we just say 'lucky you'. This is such a magical place."

"What a fab find. Relaxed & restored - shoulders no longer by our ears..."

"Now I am torn - do I tell my friends about this wonderful place or keep the secret to ourselves..."

"The girls loved exploring, finding a 'pet' slug & feeding the lambs."

"Fabulous views & great walks on the doorstep."

"Just sit in the kitchen looking at the birds."

"I have never been as close to a woodpecker before."