Tir Isaf

Built as a hay barn in circa 1700 Tir Isaf was converted in 2007 into a stunning contemporary home. Simply decorated with wooden floors throughout and with all the modern comforts you would expect.

Two large floor to ceiling windows with views of the countryside make it a beautiful place to eat a meal or relax with friends or family. A wood burning stove, central heating and thick stone walls make the barn a cosy retreat on a winter night.

Downstairs is perfect for relaxing with friends & eating in

Three sofas with Welsh wool blankets and a Sony TV and DVD player (eclectic DVD collection, basic Sky service for relaxing after a long day in the hills. There is a selection of coffee table books and games for the evening.

The wood-burning stove is easy to light and keeps the barn very cosy.

The kitchen is well-equiped with hand-made oak units; a twin-oven Range Master with wok burner makes cooking a joy. Also a Weber barbeque and reclining garden chairs.

Bedrooms: there are three spacious bedrooms: two doubles and the third can be arranged as a twin, single or double. All have high ceilings, exposed oak beams and wonderful views. White Egyptian cotton sheets and wool and goose down duvets. Colourful blankets and sheep skin rugs.

Bathing: there is a bathroom and a separate shower room upstairs, again with exposed oak beams, with a constant supply of hot water for baths after a day in the outdoors.

What's included:

Sheets and towels, Broadband, electricity, gas and fire-wood. Honesty box for phone calls.

There are no additional "winter fuel charges" or "booking fees".

A fridge, freezer, dish-washer, washing machine, microwave, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, etc. are described in the comprehensive notes for guests.

Technology etc.: BT wireless Broadband access, 2 telephone lines, music system with ipod connector. Roberts Radio in the main bedroom. Mobile phone reception is good.

Located: in the National Park amongst rolling fields, 200 metres away from a farm house outside the quiet village of Trallong, 6 miles from Brecon and the peaks of the Beacons. It is 3 miles to the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre for gentle walks, refreshments and views of the mountains.
Tir Isaf is ideally placed for long country walks in the Brecon Beacons (for example up to Pen Y Fan, the highest mountain in South Wales). Walk to the local pub via Trallong Common with glorious 360 degrees views of the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains. From the barn there is excellent cycling both on and off road and the garage can store bikes. There are stunning views of Fan Frynych, part of the National Geo-park. Walking guides, cycling guides and maps of the area are provided.

Useful Information

Tir Isaf
Trallong Brecon Powys LD3 8HP Wales
phone: 07956 544052 fax:

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