The Wain House, Court Farm, Llanthony, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 7NN
Call Cordelia Passmore on 01873 890359
OverviewThis old stone barn continues the tradition of 900 years when Llanthony Priory next door provided shelter and accommodation. Surrounded by the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park, this spectacular setting is a superb base for walking, riding, pony trekking and other mountain activities. Sixteen bunks are split into three separate areas for sleeping. There is a fully equipped kitchen, hot water for showers, heating throughout and a wood burning stove in the eating area. Small or large groups are welcome, but there is a minimum charge. Two pubs offer real ale and bar food. Just 50 minutes from the M4 Severn Bridge and one hour from the M5/M50 junction, this must be one of the easiest bunkbarns to reach from the motorways - and yet you feel you are miles from anywhere.
Beds & Rooms:16: 1 x 8; 1 x 4; 1 x 6.
Open:All year. All day. No restrictions.
Price per night:£35 per person for a two-night weekend, with a minimum charge of £350. Mid-week reductions
Booking:Booking and deposit required.
Directions:GR SO 288 278 Map on website: Turn west off A465 Abergavenny/Hereford road at Llanvihangel Crucorney (5 miles' north of Abergavenny). Llanthony is 6 miles along country lane - follow signs to Priory. On cycle route 42.
Public Transport:Abergavenny railway station 12 miles.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available only to groups and has a pub within walking distance. It is on a dark sky area, the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Offa's Dyke path and the Beacons Way.
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The Beacons Way long distance path covers 95 miles over the wildest areas of the Brecon Beacons.
November 20th 2019
Walking from East to West the first days walk will bring you to Llanthony Priory, the location of The Wain House bunkhouse. A comfortable self catering bunkhouse within walking distance of two pubs. It sleeps up to 16 and is available for group bookings only.
A truly glorious walk for those who are sure of their navigation skills. The path passes through the Black Mountains and east of the Breacon Beacons National Park onto the wild western Beacons where you walk under wide skies with no sign of humans and no roads. The route is waymarked where it crosses farmland, but there is no waymarking on open hills and moorland. Here is a page showing all the hostels and bunkhouses on or near The Beacons Way in the independent network.
Pony trekking in the Brecon Beacons National Park
September 28th 2019
This VisitWales quality assured accommodation loves animals- so there’s no need to leave your doggies at home!
The Brecon Beacons National Park makes the most beautiful backdrop for the most beautiful ponies.
April 19th 2018
Music , History , Art and lots of things to do !
Relax at the end of your exiting day at the Wain House and enjoy the calm of the rural area !