The barns are in a gorgeous isolated location on the Sugar Loaf Mountain
with far reaching views. The nearest visible house is miles away in the valley
Long Hare Barn sleeps five people in three rooms. It has been converted to make luxurious accommodation with lots of thoughtful details to enhance your stay.
The large living room is perfect for relaxing in front of the wood burner and a huge kitchen for the enthusiastic chef.
Little Hare Barn sleeps two, and can be booked together with Long Hare Barn to sleep seven.
For the Bed and Breakfasters Jane provides a large choice of organic and local produce.
Also, you can ask for a packed lunch for those long rambles on the mountains. If produce is not their own Jane can tell you where all the best local produce can be found.
The Barn has a Green Tourism Award, and a recharging station for electric cars.
Quotes from the Visitors' Book
"Fantastique. We had a great time, discovering local food (we love Welsh lamb) and
enjoying beautiful landscapes. Thank you Jane for your welcome."
"Great views. Great accommodation. The stars on a clear night are amazing."
"Thank you for the opportunity to slow down the pace of life. It was wonderful to
see all the stars in a velvet sky."
"What a fantastic holiday house. The views are spectacular and the house has all
the comfort you wish on holiday. We enjoyed the Big Pit, Hay-on-Wye, Blaen-yGlyn, and of course The Bear in Crickhowell. Thanks for your hospitality. We will
remember your barn and the walk to Sugar Loaf and the beauty of South Wales."
Gaston La Forte, The Netherlands