Stunning 4 bedroom barn conversion

Stunning 4 bedroom barn conversion


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Woodridge Barn will comfortabley sleeps 8 /10 people in 4 bedrooms. This 200 hundred year old stone barn set above The Wye Valley has been beautifully converted with wonderful views and miles of walking straight from the door. Sympathetically re- built using the original Welsh stone, tiles and beams and hand built oak doors. The owners have opted for an "Eco friendly" approach including solar panels, extra thick insulation and highly efficient underfloor heating making this a very warm and comfortable barn for visitors to stay in. Come and stay here and remember to bring your own films to be able to view them on the Home Cinema screen with surround sound. This is a great location if you want to visit Builth Wells and The Royal Welsh Showground with its many events throughout the year.


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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Beautiful rural location
Cool bars
Edge of Brecon Beacons
Cozy cafés
Tranquillity and stunning views
Retail therapy
Hay on Wye, Brecon and Builth wells all within 15 miles
Bit of culture
Theatres, cathedral, cultural
Walks in the park
So many The Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Epynt, Wye valley walks the list goes on and on
Spot of exercise
Make your choice: outdoor climbing, water sports, walking, canoeing, horse riding/ the list goes ontrekking
Day tripping
All of above plus Abergavenny, Cardiff, Heads of the Valley and mining towns - Blaenavon Heritage centre

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