The Granary

Trefecca Farm, in Talgarth, is home to three delightful self-catering holiday properties, and The Granary is the most recently converted of the three. Sleeping up to 7 guests, The Granary offers flexible accommodation across two floors. Upstairs, there is a double room and a family room, which has bunks beds and a single bed, whilst on the ground floor, there is another bedroom, which has a zip and link bed, and an en-suite wet room with full disabled access.

The accommodation is decorated to a high standard throughout, with oak beams and oak style flooring.

The contemporary kitchen is well-equipped with everything needed for a relaxing holiday, including a cooker, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, as well as all pots, pans, crockery and cutlery. In the lounge area, there is a TV with FreeView channels available.

Guests are welcome to meet the small flock of Welsh sheep on the farm, and the surrounding lanes offer the chance to explore this delightful rural setting.

Talgarth is a thriving market town that is known as the gateway to the Black Mountains, and its well worth a visit. The recently restored Talgarth Mill provides a wonderful look back at the traditional ways of milling flour, and now houses a charming cafe and small gift shop. Within walking distance is the magnificent Bronllys Castle, an imposing stone keep with three floors, offering incredible views across the surrounding hills.

This part of Wales offers so much to holidaymakers, from those seeking outdoor adventures to those who appreciate a gentler pace of life. Adventure enthusiasts are spoiled for choice, with walking and hiking trails throughout the Brecon Beacons, to suit all ages and ability levels. Climb the highest peak in the National Park, Pen y Fan, to feel quite literally on top of the world. Casual walkers can take the most popular route up to the summit, whilst more experienced hikers can opt for one of the more challenging routes to the top. The Four Falls walk at Ystradfellte is another rewarding and moderately challenging hike, taking in four stunning waterfalls over a four hour hike. Fans of water-based adventures can also try kayaking, white water rafting, gorge walking and canoeing within the Brecon Beacons National Park, so theres no shortage of adventure opportunities.

Despite offering unrivalled peace and tranquility, the Talgarth area is well served with pubs and restaurants, for those visitors who want to dine out during their stay. From warm and welcoming cafes like The Strand and The Honey Cafe in Talgarth itself, to popular dining pubs like the Felin Fach Griffin, The Bridge End Inn and The Three Horseshoes, visitors will find inspired menus offering freshly cooked food using only the best locally sourced produce and farm-reared meats.

Trefecca Farm offers guests a warm welcome in quiet, comfortable surroundings with a fantastic choice of activities in the area for people of all ages, and in all seasons. It is hard to put into words the breathtaking scenery and tranquillity that visitors experience in this part of Wales. So arrange a holiday for yourself and witness the magic of this regions natural beauty – whatever the time of year.

The Clock Barn

Superbly renovated and decorated to a super standard, Trefecca Farms Clock Barn offers self-catering accommodation for up to five guests, and is the ideal base for a walking holiday in the Brecon Beacons, a relaxing family holiday in this unspoilt part of Wales or an exhilarating outdoor adventure break, filled with thrills and spills.

The barn has one double bedroom, with a double futon and a sofa bed downstairs. Cots and highchairs are available on request for small children. Downstairs, the spacious kitchen has a cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave and dishwasher, as well as all the kitchen utensils, equipment, crockery and cutlery needed to enjoy a stay here. In the lounge area, there is a TV with Freeview. Guests are welcome to meet the small flock of Welsh sheep on the farm, and quiet lanes nearby offer the perfect opportunity to wander around, enjoying the peace and quiet of this rural idyll.

For visitors looking for outdoor adventures during their stay, the Brecon Beacons National Park has so much to offer. From hiking trails up the legendary Pen y Fan to kayaking, canoeing and gorge walking, there really is something for everyone here. Whether you choose to head off on a trail or join an organised activity day, this stunning landscape will never disappoint.

For a gentler pace, the areas pretty market towns make for a charming day out. Head to Abergavenny for its bustling market and independent food stores, or choose Brecon for its imposing cathedral, pretty Canal Basin and thriving shops and galleries. Crickhowell is another jewel of the National Park, with many charming boutiques and places to eat.

Wales has more castles per square kilometre than anywhere else in Europe, and there are plenty to choose from close by. Talgarths own Bronllys Castle is an impressive stone keep, with magnificent views for miles around. The castles at Abergavenny, Crickhowell and Brecon are all well worth a visit, and there are also more than 30 standing stones to discover in the National Park.

Whilst the kitchen facilities in The Clock Barn mean that its easy to cook for your holiday group, visitors may want to eat out during their stay, and there are plenty of restaurants and pubs to choose from locally. A firm favourite with guests, the Felin Fach Griffin is a smart gastropub just a few minutes drive from Trefecca Farm, and it prides itself on its authentic, freshly prepared dishes that make use of the finest local produce and the best Welsh meats. A little further afield, The White Swan Inn at Llanfrynach and The Three Horseshoes Inn at Groesfforrd are both great choices.

With Talgarth seen as the gateway to the Black Mountains, and ideally situated for exploring the whole of the Brecon Beacons, a holiday at The Clock Barn will deliver lasting memories of a truly magnificent part of Wales. Step out into the magical landscape of the National Park, or relax in the pretty towns and villages – however you choose to spend your holiday, you are sure to fall in love with the area.

The Hay Barn

Conveniently located in the charming market town of Talgarth, The Haybarn is one of three self-catering properties at Trefecca Farm, offering delightful accommodation for up to six guests, the perfect base for exploring the Black Mountains and the whole of the Brecon Beacons.

The Hay Barn offers the perfect mix of traditional comforts and contemporary styling. Original oak beams and modern oak style flooring create a warm and cosy atmosphere, with all modern conveniences to hand. Upstairs, there is one double room and one twin room, and there is also a sofa bed downstairs. The bright, contemporary bathroom features a luxurious corner bath and a shower.

Downstairs, the stylish kitchen/diner offers plenty of space for guests to relax and enjoy mealtimes together. The kitchen offers a cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher, as well as a range of kitchen utensils, crockery and cutlery. In the lounge, there is a TV with Freeview available.

Guests are welcome to say hello to the small flock of Welsh sheep, which are occasionally housed close to the farmyard.

Talgarth itself is a pretty market town, surrounded on all sides by the stunning landscapes of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Just a short distance away are two very special nature reserves, Park Wood and Pwll-y-Wrach. The ancient woodlands of these reserves are home to many species of birds, including rare redstarts and pied flycatchers. Also within walking distance of Talgarth are Talgarth Mill and Bronllys Castle. The mill has recently been brought back to full working order, and now houses a riverside cafe and a small gift shop. Bronllys Castle is an imposing stone keep, with incredible views over Talgarth and the surrounding hills.

For hill-climbers and hikers, the Brecon Beacons offers so many options, with trails suitable for all experience levels. The highest peak in the Brecon Beacons range is Pen-y-Fan, which rises to 886 metres. There are several routes up Pen y Fan, ranging in difficulty from fairly moderate to a more challenging trail for experienced hill walkers. Whichever route you decide upon, the summit will reward your efforts with breathtaking views across miles of wild, unspoiled terrain.

For visitors looking for a more leisurely stay, there are plenty of places to visit within the National Park. Market towns like Brecon and Abergavenny have plenty of independent shops and boutiques, as well as lots of places to stop for a bite to eat. History lovers will find many treasures to explore, including Tretower Castle, Llanthony Priory and the standing stone of Maen Llia, whilst for nature lovers, the stunning waterfalls of Sgwd yr Eira reward those who trek down to see them.

For guests who want to dine out during their stay, there are plenty of excellent restaurants nearby. The Felin Fach Griffin is a super gastropub, offering unbeatable modern cuisine using quality meat and produce from local suppliers, and both the Red Lion at Llangorse and the Black Cock Inn at Llanfihangel Tal-y-Llyn offer traditional pub menus with a warm Welsh welcome.