Llwyn Celyn and surrounding outbuilings in the Breacon Buildings.
The farmhouse has been turned into a fascinating and comfortable place to stay, with glorious views of the Skirrid and Sugar Loaf mountains.
Llwyn Celyn has hardly changed since around 1600, when its hall was ceiled and a chimney sack and stairs inserted.
Guests can keep warm during the chillier months thanks to underfloor heating, a biomass boiler and an open fire in the dining room.
Llwyn Celyn sleeps eight, with two double beds and two twin beds.
Stay within Llwyn Celyn's medieval walls yourself. The farmhouse is available for short self catering breaks from as little as £28 per person per night.
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