Llandegfedd Barn

ID: S668796

  • Bedrooms 3
  • ・ Sleeps 7
  • ・ Pets No

About this property

The wonderful Llandegfedd Barn has undergone a fantastic renovation and offers fantastic, contemporary living space within its old walls. With three gorgeous bedrooms, superb living space with phenomenal views and a fabulous garden and terrace with a hot tub, Llandegfedd Barn is a spectacular pick for families or groups of friends looking for a very special location and a spot of switch off.

The barn enjoys a superb elevated position between the fantastic Llandegfedd Reservoir with its wonderful watersports and scenic walking and cycling trails and the beautiful sleepy market town of Usk. Sitting on the River Usk, Usk enjoys a gorgeous 11th century castle, the backdrop for an enchanting, romantic garden, a rural life museum, wonderful independent shops including antique shops and boutiques, cosy cafes, restaurants, bars and a lovely Town Trail which includes twenty eight sites of historic interest, each with a blue plaque. It is famous as a ‘Town of Flowers’ and has been a regular winner of Wales in Bloom. It won for thirty seven years in a row! The town hosts a county show every September. When staying in this astonishingly beautiful location, you will discover medieval castles, rolling countryside, the gentle Monmouthshire hills, rural pubs, foodie towns and sensational walks including the Usk Valley Walk that heads north from Caerleon through Usk and Abergavenny. Visitors enjoy the very best of Welsh cuisine at the superb, Michelin starred, Walnut Tree Inn and The Hardwick Restaurant. Abergavenny itself is eleven miles and Monmouth thirteen miles from Usk. Golfers enjoy heavenly courses including the spectacular Celtic Manor Golf Course. Nearby attractions include Raglan Castle, the Big Pit Museum, the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Chepstow Castle and Chepstow Race Course.

Llandegfedd Barn has been designed and renovated to a very high standard. It is detatched with countryside all around offering total seclusion and blissful tranquility. On the ground floor you will enjoy an stunning open plan living space. The lounge area enjoys astounding floor-to-ceiling windows and a glass roof where you can sit on lavish sofas enjoying the spectacular panorama. A Smart television and iPod docking station are provided for your enjoyment. A unique, very attractive dining table and chairs stands on lovely flooring before you reach your chef’s dream of a kitchen which you reach through double doors. Here you will find fabulous giant appliances and a central island. It is very generous in size and therefore a sociable space.

One of your three bedrooms is located on the ground floor with comfy twin beds, a wall mounted television and an ensuite bathroom with a shower. It is a delightful room in calm, neutral tones with lovely colour pop cushions and throws on the beds. Upstairs, you will find the remaining two bedrooms. One offers a beautifully dressed kingsize bed and an additional single day bed, a television and an ensuite shower room. The other offers a sumptuous super kingsize bed, a television and an ensuite bathroom with a bath and overhead shower. The bedrooms are all great for long lazy lie-ins.

Aside from the most spectacular panoramic views, outside you will discover a paved area with a table and chairs for alfresco dining and rattan sofas, an indulgent hot tub and a barbecue and fire pit. It is the perfect spot to pop a cork, watch the sun go down and to take a dip in the hot tub enjoying the night stars. There is a further lawned area for family games and a large parking area.

Llandegfedd Barn enjoys a very special location between the beautiful Llandegfedd Reservoir and the picturesque peaceful market town of Usk. The location is perfect for discovering the Wye Valley and the Vale of Usk, the borderland where King Arthur ruled, the Romans bathed, the Normans settled, pilgrims worshipped and Turner sketched. It boasts dramatic landscapes, fabulous nature trails, gorgeous towns and villages and a fantastic dining scene.

The very pretty Usk offers a wealth of history and a huge amount of charm. Its 11th century castle holds centre stage and the streets are packed with gorgeous shops, restaurants and tea rooms. It is easy to see why it is an award winning ‘Town of Flowers’.  

Abergavenny is very close by, a foodie mecca which hosts an annual autumn Abergavenny Food Festival and regular food and craft markets which attract the very best artisan producers from across the region. It sits next to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Blaenavon World Heritage Site and enjoys many attractions. These include the Abergavenny Castle and Museum, St Mary’s Priory Church, its Market Hall and the Castle Meadows. It too is sprinkled with independent shops. There is a wonderful natural walk around Abergavenny where you will enjoy meeting wildlife, river gorges, flood meadows and community orchards.

The Lower Wye Valley has been an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for over forty years and has always charmed artists, writers and poets. The Wye is the first river in Britain to be designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest along its entire length from its source on the slopes of the Plynlimon in Powys to its mouth at Chepstow. It is paradise for those that love walking, cycling, horse riding, rock climbing, caving, canoeing and kayaking. The seventeen mile southern section of the Wye Valley Walk leads from Chepstow Castle to the historic town of Monmouth, birthplace of Henry V. If you take this walk, you will delight in pretty woodland and be enchanted with birdsong and bluebells when in season.

Chepstow’s Great Tower was commissioned by William the Conqueror just after the Battle of Hastings, making Chepstow Castle Britain’s oldest surviving post-Roman stone castle. Chepstow, famous for its racecourse, offers a wonderfully scenic entrance to Wales. The racecourse is home to Wales’ most prestigious race meeting, the Coral Welsh Grand National and thirty other annual meetings so you may be lucky enough to enjoy a racing experience during your holiday. There is a National Diving Centre nearby and peregrine falcons on the river. There are many walking trails from the town including the Wye Valley Walk, the Offa’s Dyke National Trail and the Wales Coast Path.

The compact, friendly Welsh capital Cardiff offers much entertainment from global sporting events, intimate gigs, national museums, a castle, cosmopolitan dining and excellent shopping. Its 76,000 seater stadium sits right in the heart of the city. Cardiff Castle is nearly two thousand years old but had a lavish makeover by the architect William Burges in the 19th century. With ornate décor, intricate carvings and rich colour tones fusing Arabian, Gothic and Mediterranean styles, it is a must visit. It offers an incredible view of the city and beyond if you climb to the top. Bute Park, a sprawling green space, sits next to the castle. You can enjoy a meander along the River Taff, look out for wildlife, visit the cafe or enjoy a delicious picnic. You can also soak up some culture at The Old Library which is home to the fabulous Museum of Cardiff. The National Museum Cardiff sits in a grand building offering an enormous collection of Impressionist art and hundreds of exhibits. Music lovers may want to visit the oldest record shop in the world, Spillers Records which opened in 1894. Chapter Arts Centre in Canton and Tramshed in Riverside are great for some evening music and arts entertainment.


Ground Floor
- Open plan living space
- Lounge area with a smart TV, floor to ceiling windows and glass roof
- Dining Room
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Bedroom with twin beds, TV and shower ensuite
First Floor
- Bedroom with king-size bed, TV, shower ensuite and an additional single day bed
- Bedroom with super king-size bed, TV and ensuite bathroom with a bath and overhead shower

Exterior Grounds
- Private garden
- Terrace with table and chairs, fire pit and a hot tub

Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi
- Large parking area
- Barbeque
- Smart TV
- iPod docking station

Nearby points of interest

  • Big Pit National Coal Museum

Reviews (1)

  • Frederick

    We stayed at the barn for a week and was delighted with everything. The barn is stunning with fabulous views and is very well equipped and furnished and very clean. The private hot tub is amazing with views over the countryside and oh so quiet.

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