Berry Wood Barn

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Sleeps: 11 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 3
Oliver Approved

Overview

Recommended Barn Modern
Great Value
Ideal for Kids

Nestled quietly on the natural border between England and Wales, Berry Wood Barn offers beautifully finished accommodation for eleven very lucky guests. This superb property has been featured in Vogue and Conde Nast Traveller and it is easy to see why. Two beautiful ancient barns have been stylishly connected to create a luxurious holiday home which sits in the most fantastic position with heart-stopping panoramic views. Berry Wood Barn is located deep in the countryside, 2.8 km from Llanvihangel Crucorney and 10 km from the delightful Abergavenny with its castle, shops and restaurants. Blissfully remote, guests enjoy fresh air, incredible hikes and cycle rides from the back door, the most stunning scenery and extremely comfortable accommodation. The barn sits within a spectacular landscape sprinkled with Norman castles and charming villages. The astonishing Offa’s Dyke National Trail sits just up the hill and the ancient Grosmonth, Skenfrith and White castles are all within easy reach. Guests can enjoy the dramatic Black Mountains by horseback or kayak through the Wye Valley. Within thirty minutes, guests can visit Mappa Mundi, Hay on Wye and the beautiful Cathedral cities of Hereford and Brecon. Foodies are in for a treat with the Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn and The Hardwick Restaurant with its Michelin starred chef Stephen Terry just a few miles away. The entertainment possibilites when staying at Berry Wood Barn are endless.

This five star luxurious home is set within gorgeous three and a half acres of private grounds where you can relax, enjoy the sunshine, watch the sun go down with a glass of your favourite tipple and dine alfresco enjoying the panorama. Children can play happily as the garden comes complete with trampoline, swing ball and sledges for the winter months.

Berry Wood Barn offers fantastic living space, six gorgeous bedrooms and three bathrooms. You will quickly see that this is a much loved home with charming family paintings and photographs scattered around. You will feel extremely welcome and know that this is a happy house with magical memories. With the two barns being connected some of the rooms are on slightly different levels. From the front door, a stone stairway leads to a cosy den with a television, DVD player and Sky sports channels, the perfect spot for children to chill out after a long afternoon walking in the Black Mountains. Just a few steps up from this gorgeous, beautifully furnished space is the drawing room with its shelves full of books, its roaring open fire on chilly days and its numerous armchairs and its comfy sofa. It is a delightful room with cheery upholstery, just like the floral fabrics of the snug. The open plan country kitchen and dining room is just a few steps down from the drawing room together with a fabulous conservatory. The dining area offers a lovely French vintage table and chairs seating the whole group, an impressive oversized mirror and doors which open to the terrace and garden. The kitchen boasts a Lacanche electric range cooker, butler’s sink and other excellent appliances for your self catering stay. It is such a sociable room with guests easily being able to keep the chefs in the group company. Just outside is a beautiful oak table and gorgeous rattan chairs together with a barbecue for alfresco dining. The conservatory is just fabulous. With wallpaper and fabrics inspired by nature, this living space makes you smile and feel like you are in the garden. The sumptuous corner sofa is adorned with brightly coloured scattered cushions, sitting in front of a log burning stove. It is such a lovely bright spot all year round.

The barn offers six bedrooms, all beautifully finished. Two double bedrooms are located on one side of the property with doors opening to the garden. They both offer flexible sleeping arrangements with super king-size beds which can be converted to twins. Guests staying in these two rooms have use of a stunning bathroom with a roll top bath and a shower. On the next level, the master bedroom sits in all its finery with its lavish super king-size bed and ensuite bathroom. Like all of the beds, the master is dressed with crisp cottons and gorgeous soft furnishings. Adjoining the master is a delightful single bedroom ideal for a child. The walls are decorated with cute artwork and memories. A further flight of stairs leads to the final two bedrooms, both enjoying charming sloping ceilings and superbly comfy super king-size beds which can be converted to twins. Here there is another beautiful family bathroom with another roll top bath and separate shower. Every room enjoys a fabulous colour scheme, handmade curtains or blinds, one-of-a-kind handpicked vintage furnishings and beautiful paintings, all in keeping with this stunning rural setting.

Berry Wood Barn is simply gorgeous. This Monmouthshire country retreat may not have the best internet, the mobile signal may be patchy, you may well get a little muddy outside when it is wet, it may not have the most powerful of showers and you do need to drive up a long, bumpy and sometimes muddy track to get to it but this house has a heart and you will definitely want to return.

Oliver Approved

What you should know…

  • The barn offers some flexible sleeping arrangements. Some of the beds can be made up as super kingsize beds or twins. Please let us know in advance if you have a preference
  • The Wi-Fi and mobile signal in the house can be patchy
  • You arrive at the barn having driven along a long track through two fields. This can be muddy when very wet and there may be quite a lot of sheep to welcome you. Don’t be afraid to sound the horn and make sure you pack your wellies should it be wet!
  • With regret, please do not bring your pets to Berry Wood Barn and please do not book the barn for hen and stag parties
  • The barn is a much loved family home and, as such, there are family photographs and dawings around

This home is a part of our Great Value Collection!

Our great value homes:

  • may be traditionally styled for a laid back feeling
  • may have some simple amenities and features
  • mean that you can enjoy top holiday destinations for less!

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ Ground Floor Bed & Bath Satellite TV Outdoor Games Table Tennis DVD Working Fireplace/Woodburner Heating

Ground Floor
- Cosy den with TV
- Drawing room with open fire, elegant furniture and French windows that open onto the courtyard
- Fully-equipped kitchen with Lacanche electric range with 2 ovens and 5 rings on the hob, fridge, freezer (in the courtyard) and microwave available. There is massive French dining table and chairs with plenty of space for twelve guests and two sets of French doors that open onto the courtyard.
- Sitting room with glass roof, huge U-shaped sofa and wood burning stove (new for March 2020)
- Cloakroom

First Floor

- Bedroom with super-king bed (can be set up with twins on request at the time of booking)
- Bedroom with super-king-bed (can be set up with twins on request at the time of booking)
- Family bathroom with rolltop bath and shower

Second Floor
- Master bedroom with super-king bed, en-suite bathroom and French doors leading to a private terrace
- Bedroom with single bed (with adjoining door to the master bedroom)

A further flight of stairs leads to:
- Bedroom with super-king bed (can be set up with twins on request at the time of booking)
- Bedroom with super king bed (can be set up with twins on request at the time of booking)
- Family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower

Exterior Grounds
- Large 3.5 acre grounds
- Terrace
- Barbecue and garden furniture available in the summer months
- Table tennis
- Trampoline & swing ball

Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi (sometimes patchy due to the rural location!)
- TV
- Travel cot & highchair available on request
- Parking

* Please note that due to the age of the home, there are many internal steps within the property.

Location

About the surrounding area of Berry Wood Barn
Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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Berry Wood Barn enjoys an incredible rural position with spectacular views of the Black Mountains and the surrounding rolling hills. It sits on the border between England and Wales, perched high on the Hatterall Ridge in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The barn sits close to Abergavenny and the famous Offa’s Dyke. Guests enjoy walking and mountain bike trails from the barn and can be in the Cathedral cities of Brecon and Hereford within thirty minutes. The Llantony valley where the barn is positioned is just glorious. You can stand at the kitchen window looking towards the valley sweeping away towards Hay on Wye.

In the shadow of Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergavenny is a wonderful blend of old and new. With fresh mountain air and the beautiful scenery of the Usk valley, it offers an excellent range of shops, restaurants and cafes, a museum, a ruined Norman castle, a colourful market, all with a dramatic backdrop. This south east corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park is a fabulous base for walking, cycling and enjoying the great outdoors. Its annual Abergavenny Food Festival is fantastic. This market town boasts a rich history and heritage. Visitors enjoy exloring the area’s castles, medieval mansions, Roman remains and standing stones. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is on the doorstep and the Blaenavon World Heritage and Big Pit Mine are just up the road. The Abergavenny Museum is set within the grounds of the castle, an ideal spot for a picnic or a walk. The museum building was formerly a hunting lodge built by the Marquess of Abergavenny.

The area is certainly fit for foodies. Visitors enjoy the very best of Welsh cuisine at the superb, Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn and The Hardwick Restaurant. There are many other fantastic restaurants and gastropubs including The Bell at Skenfrith or The Skirrid Inn. Guests staying at Berry Wood Farm can take a walk down the hill to The Queen’s Head, another delight.

Horse lovers can enjoy treks through the mountains and the Llanthony Valley. There are a number of good pony trekking centres including one at Llanthony Abbey where you can book a half day or full day ride. History fans can tour the castles including Grosmont, Skenfrith and White Castles. Raglan Castle, once home to a young Henry VII is very close to the barn.

Another Welsh treasure is Dan-Yr-Ogof, the award-winning National Showcaves Centre for Wales. Visitors can explore the twisting passageways, the great caverns and underground waterfalls, coming face-to-face with over 250 life-sized dinosaur models. It is a wonderful family day out that can be combined with the Shire Horse Centre and Farm.

Other popular excursions including kayaking and canoeing in the rivers, shooting, hang gliding and bird watching. If you fancy a day by the sea, you can head to the beautiful Swansea Bay coastline and the Gower Peninsula with its gorgeous coves and glorious stretches of fine sand. The Victorian seaside village of Mumbles with its promenade, shops and restaurants is worth a visit. Mumbles was one of Dylan Thomas’ many stamping grounds and is the home of some world class ice cream. Mumbles is steeped in history with its lighthouse being built in 1794. It also boasts a Victorian pier and Oystermouth Castle which sits on the hilltop overlooking the sea. There are lovely boutique shops and galleries including the gorgeous Lovespoon Gallery and the Gower Gallery. No visit to Mumbles would be complete without sampling some ‘fresh off the boat’ seafood, its handmade chocolates and its fantastic ice creams.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Bristol Airport

(80.8 km)

Nearest Village Llanvihangel Crucorney

(2.8 km)

Nearest Restaurant Walnut Tree Inn

(11.8 km)

Nearest Bar/Pub Queen's Head

(1.9 km)

Nearest Supermarket Waitrose

(10.4 km)

Nearest Train Station Abergavenny

(10.4 km)

Region

Luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in Brecon Beacons

Oliver's Travels proudly presents an outstanding selection of luxury cottages, retreats, farmhouses and manor houses that are scattered like confetti across the enchanting landscapes of the Brecon Beacons. You will discover heather-cloaked mountain ranges, wildflower meadows doing a happy dance and a medley of historic castles playing hide-and-seek with babbling brooks. Welcome to a paradise of blissful serenity and Instagram-worthy moments!

The Brecon Beacons is the beating heart of Welsh countryside magic. It is a place where the hills are alive with the sound of superb walking and cycling trails and visitors don their most fashionable walking boots to conquer the four mammoth mountain ranges. Pen y Fan, the Beyoncé of peaks, stands tall, beckoning adventurers to scale its heights and brag about conquering the highest peak in southern Britain. If you are not into mountain conquests, fear not, the region offers the scenic wonders of Offa's Dyke Path and the Taff Trail, like nature's catwalk through 520 square miles of National Park glamour.

But it's not all about the mountains. This magical realm is a patchwork quilt of fields watched over by majestic peaks. Castles crumble in the most picturesque ways, ancient cottages gossip about centuries gone by and rivers babble tales of adventure. Carreg Cennen Castle strikes a dramatic pose on a limestone precipice, sharing medieval stories with anyone willing to listen. The enchanting ruins of Llanthony Priory are nestled in the secluded Vale of Ewyas, exuding an air of tranquility while Cyfarthfa Castle proudly presents its museum, gallery and miniature railway.

Aquatic enthusiasts can hop into canoes and enjoy the delights of the River Usk or the River Wye, while star gazers can enjoy front-row seats in the International Dark Sky Reserves. Horse riders can gallop until their hearts are content across vast open moorlands.

For those who prefer to keep their feet on the cobbles, Brecon, the market town extraordinaire, or the bookish wonderland of Hay on Wye, famous for its literary festival, are ready to charm. The lovely Crickhowell sits on the banks of the River Usk with it admirable Georgian architecture and a backdrop of lush green hills. Offering a treasure trove of charm, Llangorse and Talybont-on-Usk beckon with their thatched cottages and a sense of timelessness that transports visitors to a bygone era.

The Brecon Beacons is not just a place. It is a multifaceted jewel where natural wonders, historical landmarks and charming towns converge in a harmonious dance. So whether you are scaling peaks, exploring castles, strolling through quaint villages or stargazing like a celestial paparazzo, the Brecon Beacons promises an adventure that screams, "Wales, you beauty!"

While the image of lush valleys and a laid-back lifestyle are right at the heart of a holiday in Wales, don’t think stunning landscapes and a bit of relaxation are the only thing on offer in this beautiful country. Don’t believe us?

Check out our Wales travel guide – it’s full of handy hints, travel ideas and great stuff for families and groups of friends to do.

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Berry Wood Barn is a fantastic base for a family holiday. The barn is superbly comfortable and the garden an utter delight with a range of fun equipment for children. The cosy den is perfect for tired children wanting to settle down with a movie.

Families that enjoy the outdoors could not do better than booking Berry Wood Barn. There are outstanding walks, mountain bike trails and water adventures close to the barn, all offering sensational views of the mountains and surrounding countryside.

Children enjoy visiting the area’s castles where they can climb on walls and enjoy picnics and family games such as frisbee throwing. The Abergavenny Museum within the castle grounds offers an activity room for children where they can enjoy craft activities.

Beacon Park Boats offer wonderful boat tours on the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal. It is a great day out. The electric boats can be hired for the day, half day or hourly with instruction given as well as life jackets and a boating pole. There are also Canadian canoes with a single bladed paddle for each person. You can moor up for a picnic on the towpath side of the canal or stop at one of the riverside pubs.

The Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway is very popular. The steam trains head north to the Whistle Inn, a short walk from Blaenavon town centre and to Big Pit Halt, next to the Big Pit Mining Museum. Children love the outing with picnic areas along the way, the Garn Lakes, the Furnace Sidings Tea Rooms and Eric’s Train Emporium. The Big Pit National Coal Museum is a real coal mine and an amazing museum which educates and entertains all ages. There are exhibitions that tell the story of coal in Wales, machinery, a virtual miner and an underground tour. You will be heading 300 feet down the mineshaft to a section of original underground works with a real miner to guide you. The Mining Galleries are fun with plenty of crashes, bangs and flashes to excite the children. Activity packs are available. During the high season, there are craft activities, story telling, dressing up and more.

If you head to the coast, Swansea offers much entertainment for youngsters. There is tenpin bowling, cinemas, museums, go-karting, a trampoline park, a zoo, a waterpark, soft play areas and a lido. Plantasia Swansea is a unique tropical haven of wonderful plants and animals in the heart of Swansea. You will discover insects, reptiles, fish, monkeys, birds, bananas, pineapple plants, cacti, giant bamboo and much more. The Rainforest Hut has been been built using tribal techniques and is full of hammocks, musical instruments and spirit masks with tribal singing in the background. Children love seeing the chameleons, parakeets and the aquarium. There is an educational greenhouse walk and arid and tropical climate houses. The LC Swansea is a leisure destination on the doorstep of the Gower with swimming, surfing, climbing and rides including the white-knuckle rollercoaster, the Masterblaster. There is a fun indoor surf machine and a lazy river as well as a bubbling whirlpool. Little water babies can play in the mini pool. An aquatic maze also adds to the fun with bridges, ball pits and looping slides. Blackpill Lido is an outdoor water park with a splash pad, paddling pool, a dry play area, climbing rock and picnic facilities. There are plenty of gorgeous beaches to visit including the three mile long Aberavon Beach. The beach is popular with families and surfers. The award winning Langland Bay Beach is also very popular, just around the headland from the pretty Victorian seaside village of Mumbles. It offers wide golden sands and plenty of rock pools. It is a bigger surfer destination during the winter months. Another popular beach is Caswell with its long stretch of sand.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Animal farm
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Onsite Facilities

  • Swings
  • Trampoline
  • Children's books
  • Children's videos/DVDs
  • Outdoor Games
  • Table Tennis
  • DVD

Extras

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

 

 

Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £500. To be paid on arrival and will be refunded in full after departure subject to damage inspection
Arrival time 4.00 pm
Departure time 10.00 am
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival.
Internet access? Yes, Wi-Fi is included in the rental price. Please note that this is a rural connection and so it may be patchy in places.
Changeover day Friday
Minimum stay Please note that there is a 3-night minimum stay, this may be increased to 7-nights across peak dates
Pets welcome? No pets allowed at this property
Smoking Allowed? Smoking & Vaping are not permitted
Insurance Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, personal belongings and any accidental damage caused during their stay
Stag & Hen Do Allowed? This is a family home. Please note that no single sex, stag or hen groups are allowed at the property. The property owner reserves the right to cancel the booking and retain the security deposit if guests do not comply on arrival
Other Ts and Cs Please note that use of the trampoline is at guests own risk and the owners cannot take responsibility for any trampoline related accidents. Small children should not be left unsupervised and only a small & sensible number of children should use at any one time. The trampoline should not be used in high wind/ electrical storms or wet/icy conditions
Other 2 The lead booker must be 30 years of age+. The owner may ask for the names and ages of all guests in the party.

 

 

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 11 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 12th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024 £3,537 £3,537 £3,537 £3,537
Jul 19th 2024 - Jul 26th 2024 £3,583 £3,583 £3,583 £3,583
Jul 26th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724
Aug 2nd 2024 - Aug 16th 2024 £3,768 £3,768 £3,768 £3,768
Aug 16th 2024 - Aug 30th 2024 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724
Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024 £2,744 £3,087 £3,430 £3,430
Sep 6th 2024 - Sep 13th 2024 £2,674 £3,008 £3,343 £3,343
Sep 13th 2024 - Sep 20th 2024 £2,615 £2,942 £3,268 £3,268
Sep 20th 2024 - Sep 27th 2024 £2,279 £2,564 £2,849 £2,849
Sep 27th 2024 - Oct 18th 2024 £2,236 £2,516 £2,795 £2,795
Oct 18th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 £2,849 £2,849 £2,849 £2,849
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 £2,903 £2,903 £2,903 £2,903
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 20th 2024 £2,191 £2,465 £2,740 £2,740
Dec 20th 2024 - Dec 27th 2024 £4,914 £4,914 £4,914 £4,914
Dec 27th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 £5,212 £5,212 £5,212 £5,212
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 £2,236 £2,516 £2,795 £2,795
Feb 7th 2025 - Feb 21st 2025 £2,236 £2,516 £2,795 £2,795
Feb 21st 2025 - Mar 21st 2025 £2,191 £2,465 £2,740 £2,740
Mar 21st 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 £2,849 £2,849 £2,849 £2,849
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 4th 2025 £3,225 £3,225 £3,225 £3,225
Apr 4th 2025 - Apr 11th 2025 £3,107 £3,107 £3,107 £3,107
Apr 11th 2025 - May 16th 2025 £2,236 £2,516 £2,795 £2,795
May 16th 2025 - May 23rd 2025 £3,440 £3,440 £3,440 £3,440
May 23rd 2025 - May 30th 2025 £4,537 £4,537 £4,537 £4,537
May 30th 2025 - Jun 27th 2025 £2,236 £2,516 £2,795 £2,795
Jun 27th 2025 - Jul 4th 2025 £2,737 £3,079 £3,421 £3,421
Jul 4th 2025 - Jul 11th 2025 £3,467 £3,467 £3,467 £3,467
Jul 11th 2025 - Jul 18th 2025 £3,537 £3,537 £3,537 £3,537
Jul 18th 2025 - Jul 25th 2025 £3,583 £3,583 £3,583 £3,583
Jul 25th 2025 - Aug 1st 2025 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724
Aug 1st 2025 - Aug 15th 2025 £3,768 £3,768 £3,768 £3,768
Aug 15th 2025 - Aug 29th 2025 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724 £3,724
Aug 29th 2025 - Sep 5th 2025 £2,744 £3,087 £3,430 £3,430
Sep 5th 2025 - Sep 12th 2025 £2,674 £3,008 £3,343 £3,343
Sep 12th 2025 - Sep 19th 2025 £2,615 £2,942 £3,268 £3,268
Sep 19th 2025 - Sep 26th 2025 £2,279 £2,564 £2,849 £2,849
Sep 26th 2025 - Oct 17th 2025 £2,236 £2,516 £2,795 £2,795
Oct 17th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 £2,849 £2,849 £2,849 £2,849
Oct 24th 2025 - Oct 31st 2025 £2,903 £2,903 £2,903 £2,903
Oct 31st 2025 - Dec 19th 2025 £2,191 £2,465 £2,740 £2,740
Dec 19th 2025 - Dec 26th 2025 £4,914 £4,914 £4,914 £4,914
Dec 26th 2025 - Jan 13th 2026 £5,212 £5,212 £5,212 £5,212

Prices based on an occupancy of 11 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 12th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024 €4,213 €4,213 €4,213 €4,213
Jul 19th 2024 - Jul 26th 2024 €4,268 €4,268 €4,268 €4,268
Jul 26th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436
Aug 2nd 2024 - Aug 16th 2024 €4,488 €4,488 €4,488 €4,488
Aug 16th 2024 - Aug 30th 2024 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436
Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024 €3,268 €3,677 €4,085 €4,085
Sep 6th 2024 - Sep 13th 2024 €3,185 €3,583 €3,981 €3,981
Sep 13th 2024 - Sep 20th 2024 €3,114 €3,504 €3,893 €3,893
Sep 20th 2024 - Sep 27th 2024 €2,715 €3,054 €3,394 €3,394
Sep 27th 2024 - Oct 18th 2024 €2,664 €2,997 €3,330 €3,330
Oct 18th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 €3,394 €3,394 €3,394 €3,394
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 €3,458 €3,458 €3,458 €3,458
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 20th 2024 €2,610 €2,936 €3,263 €3,263
Dec 20th 2024 - Dec 27th 2024 €5,853 €5,853 €5,853 €5,853
Dec 27th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 €6,208 €6,208 €6,208 €6,208
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 €2,664 €2,997 €3,330 €3,330
Feb 7th 2025 - Feb 21st 2025 €2,664 €2,997 €3,330 €3,330
Feb 21st 2025 - Mar 21st 2025 €2,610 €2,936 €3,263 €3,263
Mar 21st 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 €3,394 €3,394 €3,394 €3,394
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 4th 2025 €3,842 €3,842 €3,842 €3,842
Apr 4th 2025 - Apr 11th 2025 €3,701 €3,701 €3,701 €3,701
Apr 11th 2025 - May 16th 2025 €2,664 €2,997 €3,330 €3,330
May 16th 2025 - May 23rd 2025 €4,098 €4,098 €4,098 €4,098
May 23rd 2025 - May 30th 2025 €5,404 €5,404 €5,404 €5,404
May 30th 2025 - Jun 27th 2025 €2,664 €2,997 €3,330 €3,330
Jun 27th 2025 - Jul 4th 2025 €3,260 €3,668 €4,075 €4,075
Jul 4th 2025 - Jul 11th 2025 €4,130 €4,130 €4,130 €4,130
Jul 11th 2025 - Jul 18th 2025 €4,213 €4,213 €4,213 €4,213
Jul 18th 2025 - Jul 25th 2025 €4,268 €4,268 €4,268 €4,268
Jul 25th 2025 - Aug 1st 2025 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436
Aug 1st 2025 - Aug 15th 2025 €4,488 €4,488 €4,488 €4,488
Aug 15th 2025 - Aug 29th 2025 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436 €4,436
Aug 29th 2025 - Sep 5th 2025 €3,268 €3,677 €4,085 €4,085
Sep 5th 2025 - Sep 12th 2025 €3,185 €3,583 €3,981 €3,981
Sep 12th 2025 - Sep 19th 2025 €3,114 €3,504 €3,893 €3,893
Sep 19th 2025 - Sep 26th 2025 €2,715 €3,054 €3,394 €3,394
Sep 26th 2025 - Oct 17th 2025 €2,664 €2,997 €3,330 €3,330
Oct 17th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 €3,394 €3,394 €3,394 €3,394
Oct 24th 2025 - Oct 31st 2025 €3,458 €3,458 €3,458 €3,458
Oct 31st 2025 - Dec 19th 2025 €2,610 €2,936 €3,263 €3,263
Dec 19th 2025 - Dec 26th 2025 €5,853 €5,853 €5,853 €5,853
Dec 26th 2025 - Jan 13th 2026 €6,208 €6,208 €6,208 €6,208

Prices based on an occupancy of 11 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 12th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024 $4,595 $4,595 $4,595 $4,595
Jul 19th 2024 - Jul 26th 2024 $4,655 $4,655 $4,655 $4,655
Jul 26th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838
Aug 2nd 2024 - Aug 16th 2024 $4,895 $4,895 $4,895 $4,895
Aug 16th 2024 - Aug 30th 2024 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838
Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024 $3,564 $4,010 $4,455 $4,455
Sep 6th 2024 - Sep 13th 2024 $3,473 $3,908 $4,342 $4,342
Sep 13th 2024 - Sep 20th 2024 $3,397 $3,821 $4,246 $4,246
Sep 20th 2024 - Sep 27th 2024 $2,961 $3,331 $3,701 $3,701
Sep 27th 2024 - Oct 18th 2024 $2,905 $3,268 $3,631 $3,631
Oct 18th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 $3,701 $3,701 $3,701 $3,701
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 $3,771 $3,771 $3,771 $3,771
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 20th 2024 $2,846 $3,202 $3,559 $3,559
Dec 20th 2024 - Dec 27th 2024 $6,384 $6,384 $6,384 $6,384
Dec 27th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 $6,770 $6,770 $6,770 $6,770
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 $2,905 $3,268 $3,631 $3,631
Feb 7th 2025 - Feb 21st 2025 $2,905 $3,268 $3,631 $3,631
Feb 21st 2025 - Mar 21st 2025 $2,846 $3,202 $3,559 $3,559
Mar 21st 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 $3,701 $3,701 $3,701 $3,701
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 4th 2025 $4,190 $4,190 $4,190 $4,190
Apr 4th 2025 - Apr 11th 2025 $4,036 $4,036 $4,036 $4,036
Apr 11th 2025 - May 16th 2025 $2,905 $3,268 $3,631 $3,631
May 16th 2025 - May 23rd 2025 $4,469 $4,469 $4,469 $4,469
May 23rd 2025 - May 30th 2025 $5,893 $5,893 $5,893 $5,893
May 30th 2025 - Jun 27th 2025 $2,905 $3,268 $3,631 $3,631
Jun 27th 2025 - Jul 4th 2025 $3,556 $4,000 $4,444 $4,444
Jul 4th 2025 - Jul 11th 2025 $4,504 $4,504 $4,504 $4,504
Jul 11th 2025 - Jul 18th 2025 $4,595 $4,595 $4,595 $4,595
Jul 18th 2025 - Jul 25th 2025 $4,655 $4,655 $4,655 $4,655
Jul 25th 2025 - Aug 1st 2025 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838
Aug 1st 2025 - Aug 15th 2025 $4,895 $4,895 $4,895 $4,895
Aug 15th 2025 - Aug 29th 2025 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838 $4,838
Aug 29th 2025 - Sep 5th 2025 $3,564 $4,010 $4,455 $4,455
Sep 5th 2025 - Sep 12th 2025 $3,473 $3,908 $4,342 $4,342
Sep 12th 2025 - Sep 19th 2025 $3,397 $3,821 $4,246 $4,246
Sep 19th 2025 - Sep 26th 2025 $2,961 $3,331 $3,701 $3,701
Sep 26th 2025 - Oct 17th 2025 $2,905 $3,268 $3,631 $3,631
Oct 17th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 $3,701 $3,701 $3,701 $3,701
Oct 24th 2025 - Oct 31st 2025 $3,771 $3,771 $3,771 $3,771
Oct 31st 2025 - Dec 19th 2025 $2,846 $3,202 $3,559 $3,559
Dec 19th 2025 - Dec 26th 2025 $6,384 $6,384 $6,384 $6,384
Dec 26th 2025 - Jan 13th 2026 $6,770 $6,770 $6,770 $6,770

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Slice of paradise!

    on 31/07/2023

    This clever barn conversion is quite thoughtfully designed and very comfortable inside and out. The professional level of decoration found a wonderful balance of beauty and homeyness; everything was lovely in the most welcoming way. There was lots of space for our family to spread out, and the beds and linens were excellent. As lovely as the house is, the best part by far is the view. It was absolutely stunning, rain or shine! We found ourselves drawn outside at all hours of the day to enjoy the sights and sounds around us. Just as described, there were places in the house where the wifi was spotty, and the track up through the neighboring farm to the house might be a challenge for some cars. As we had read about the property, we were not surprised and spent an absolutely wonderful week there! There were plenty of restaurants and grocery stores 10-15 minutes away in Abergavenny when we could tear ourselves away from this slice of paradise.

  • Lush barn!

    on 03/06/2022

    The barn was gorgeous, my family and I loved it. It is so beautifully styled and really spacious. Nine of us easily had lots of space. The garden was lovely for our evening meals in the sun and we would happily book to come back every year. Super close to Hay on Wye for a lovely mooch. Absolutely lush weekend. Thank you!!!

  • Everything was great!

    on 22/04/2022

    A wonderful house and location. Really spacious with super comfy beds. Beautiful garden and fun equipment for the children, both inside and out. Breathtaking views, we didn't want to leave!

  • Will be back!

    on 21/10/2019

    Fantastic!! Exactly what we were looking for, beautifull views, beautifull house and a beautiful atmosphere. For sure we will be coming back! Thanks again, it was a joy to stay at the wonderful Berry Wood Barn.

  • Stunning Stay!

    Created on 14/07/2018

    Thank you for the most wonderful and enchahting stay at Berry Wood Barn. The house was immaculate when we arrived and is beautifully designed not to mention the oustanding location! I hope to visit again soon x

  • Thank you - we loved our visit

    Created on 10/02/2018

    The cottage itself is really lovely, spacious, clean, comfy, I imagine even better in the summer when you can make use of the BBQ and outdoor ping pong. I cannot fault the property at all and the views are amazing, it's so quiet and peaceful I didn't want to leave. The only issue was getting to the property, there is a rather long, dirt, track which was difficult to get through and it is full of sheep so you have to keep getting out of the car to shoo them away. Almost burnt the clutch out!

  • Perfect Welsh retreat

    Created on 24/11/2017

    Excellent cottage with very comfortable living arrangements.

  • Fab 40th !

    Created on 22/09/2017

    This is a truly beautiful, luxury yet homely retreat. The location is spectacular and the drive from the road across fields sets the scene for the peace and quiet you'll find here. Very well equipped house. Stunning exterior with plenty of quality outdoor furniture and lots to entertain the kids. We wanted somewhere special for a celebratory weekend with friends and strawberry wood barn exceeded our expectations.

  • 5 * house

    Created on 08/09/2017

    A beautiful property in a stunning location. We stayed with family and friends for my husbands 50th birthday celebrations and we had an amazing weekend. The weather was kind to us and the view was breathtaking

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