Well we think it is. Yes that’s right folks in the months that have passed since my last post we have finally finished our perfect Welsh Airbnb. It’s taken quite a while, featured a lot of head scratching and a good helping of swearing (how can changing a light be so hard?) but we’ve got there. Mostly by ourselves too which I’m quite proud of, we had a plumber help with fitting the shower and an electrician fix the wiring to the shower but that’s it. It may not be perfect if you know where to look but I think it looks great.
What can you expect if you stay?
Tons of original features; the large solid front door, the tiled hallway, the mega high ceilings, shutters on the window and not forgetting that beautiful sink. A big bedroom with loads of room and beds that can be either set up as a twin or a super king.
We’ve set up a kitchenette in the fireplace with a kettle, toaster, fridge and china so you can fix yourself breakfast and snacks. For meals there are plenty of good pubs within a short drive or 1 mile walk into the village.
The room is part of our house but with it’s own entrance from outside and a connecting door to the main house that is locked. So while you will hear some noise of the family life happening in the house you will definitely get some peace and quiet.
Plus the whole reason for coming to Wales you get the stunning Brecon Beacons quite literally on the doorstep for walking, running, cycling or simply taking in the view. More than happy to provide route suggestions if needed and have a decent bike workshop available for guests use.
What to find out more?
We’ve called our room Gornoeth snug (our farm is Cefngornoeth) and it’s live on Airbnb here if you want to find out more about perfect Welsh Airbnb or make a booking. If you do read this and make a booking do let me know and I’ll pop a little treat into the room to welcome you!