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Blaencar Farm


Property Address: Blaencar Farm, Sennybridge, Brecon, LD3 8HA

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £32 - £45

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Email: carol@blaencar.co.uk

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Property Description :

Owner: Carol Morgan

Tel: +44 (0)1874 636610

This Five Star farmhouse is situated 8 miles west of the historic market town of Brecon. The ambience is relaxed and informal and offers exceptional accommodation and comfort for discerning guests looking for something special. The peace and tranquility of this quiet but accessible location provides an ideal base whether your priority is relaxation or active exploration of the surrounding, unspoilt countryside.

Having been lovingly refurbished to a high standard, this traditional Welsh farmhouse has a wealth of charm and character with exposed beams and stonework, inglenooks and original oak doors.

Enjoy delicious farmhouse breakfasts based on local fresh produce, or something lighter if you prefer. Evening meals are available locally at the friendly country pub, a pleasant 15 minute walk from Blaencar.

The charming en-suite bedrooms, with king-size beds, offer all facilities providing a unique blend of comfort and luxury.

In addition, Blaencar now has a new luxury suite, completely self-contained, adjoining the farmhouse. Retaining much of the original character of the old stable, the spacious suite comprises a double room with king-size four poster bed and a bathroom with bath and shower. A cozy lounge with television and video adjoins a well equipped oak kitchen.

Guests in the Stable have the option of bed and breakfast, taking breakfast in the farmhouse or self-catering, if preferred.



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