About Middle Ninfa Farm Bunkhouse

Are you a family or activity group looking for: Friendly/Comfortable/Quiet Bunkhouse/Cottage? For up to 6 people? In stunning mountain landscape near Abergavenny, South-East Wales? Would you like to explore the Blaenavon World Heritage Site - with its stone tramways, ironworks, Big Pit Mining Museum underground tour and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal from the doorstep by foot, bicycle, horseback or car ? Or walk in the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons? Then read on, Middle Ninfa Farm Bunkhouse/Cottage in the Brecon Beacons National Park offers comfortable year-round accommodation in a converted 300 year old barn on the 23 acre mountain farm. The rustic charm of the stone building has been retained whilst ensuring modern comforts including TV, hot shower, coal effect gas fire set in a local stone fireplace and a compact, well-equipped kitchen. Downstairs is the sitting and dining area with table and chairs,double sofabed, kitchen area with gas cooker, fridge and microwave, and shower room with toilet and handbasin. Spiral stairs lead to mezzanine floor with four single beds.
The 23 acre farm is located about half way up the 1860 feet high Blorenge mountain, facing East over the Usk Valley and Skirrid mountain.The farm is managed in an environmentally friendly way with abundant wildflowers, willow coppice,orchards and young woodland. The beech trees, pollarded in the remote past, which bound the farm on its top side, merge with woodland around the Punchbowl, owned by The Woodland Trust. Here is the long distance bridlepath which almost circles the Blorenge and the lake which attracts fishermen. The views are outstanding, also the wildlife.
Crocquet lawn / tennis court available when weather allows, also farm vegetables, fruit and salads.Ample parking,cycle storage and grazing for horses. Please note the latest addition to the facilities is an 8 metre wide pond situated opposite the bunkhouse.

Location

51.7985725, -3.037738

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