Over 400 years' old, this converted stone barn provides simple and practical accommodation. The cottage is a perfect base for walkers or mountain bike
enthusiasts who can test their skills on Jo's downhill course through his
The farm is a stone's throw from Offa's Dyke, the boundary between England
and Wales, with wonderful walks and huge sweeping views towards the Skirrid
A double bedroom, with two singles in the second bedroom.
A wood burning stove in the sittingroom to warm those toes after a long walk.
Barbecue in the garden - farm produced charcoal available.
Ancient woodland on the farm adjoins Strawberry Wood, a Gwent Wildlife Trust
And you can enjoy the walk down to the pub for an evening meal, one mile away, if
you don't want to take your car.
Or, try your luck with Jo's fishing in the River Honddu on the farm!
Quotes from the Visitors' Book
"A wonderful cottage in an idyllic setting - fun, walking, peace - couldn't have asked
Dave and Helen, Essex.
"Our 13th holiday in Wales - first in the Black Mountains. Fab scenery, good
cottage, friendly owners. Hills, trees, birds and sheep - so peaceful."
Paul and Toni, Essex.
"Another lovely week with mixed weather. Apart from birds and sheep, saw a
weasel at the door."
"Cosy cottage in lovely setting. Perfect for me and the dog. Hope to come again."
"Had a fantastic week in this lovely cottage. Great views and walking. Sian loved the
dogs. Going home feeling fitter and very refreshed."
"A lovely week. Over far too soon."
"We had a great time. It is a lovely place to stay. The dogs are gorgeous. Hope to
see you again."
(This family comes every summer from Germany).