1 Beacon View Barn

Knighton

Breathtaking Views
Cot Available - bedding required
Dishwasher
Fire Pit
Highchair Available
Hot Tub
Parking
Pet Friendly
Secure Garden
Sleeps 4
Smart TV
Smoke Free
Washing Machine
Welcome Hamper
Wheelchair Friendly
WiFi
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Overview

1 Beacon View Barn is a beautifully designed ground floor, semi-detached barn conversion, located near the quaint village of Beguildy.

With ramp access, this wheelchair friendly property as the facility of sleeping up to 4 guests, making this property perfect for a family getaway among the glorious Welsh Hills.

1 Beacon View Barn has a fabulous open-plan living/kitchen space, perfect to enjoy cooking together or sitting back and relaxing with the TV. The stunning high ceilings, and natural oak beams, partnered with the bright natural light, provides so much space to enjoy.

Following on from the spacious living area, this accommodation, has 2 beautifully decorated ground floor bedrooms. The king size bedroom is gorgeously decorated, showcasing a fabulous feature stone wall, and partnered with the twin room, provides flexible sleeping arrangements for your family holiday.

Situated outside, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Welsh Hills, you will find your very own private Hot Tub, to enjoy a glass or two watching the sun go down.

1 Beacons View Barn is suitable for guests with limited mobility/wheelchair users thanks to being a spacious ground floor property with wide doors and a wheelchair friendly wet-room.

At Maesgwyn

The very generous, and lovely owners, provide you with Prosecco and Fresh Flowers for your arrival!

They also provide the property with eggs, milk, dog treats, tea, coffee and sugar.

Pubs and Restaurants

The Radnorshire Arms, Beguildy, (4 miles) - Home cooked meals are offered for lunch & dinner together with good local real ales.

The Dolfor Inn, Dolfor, (9.2 miles) - A warm country welcome, hearty food, good wine and great beer.

Castle Inn, Knighton, (10 miles) - Quality home cooked food, all locally sourced wherever possible plus, they have a great selection of drinks which include local cask ales plus beers and wines from around the World.

The Banc, Knighton, (12 miles) - Home cooked meals are offered for lunch & dinner together as well as deliciously famous Sunday Lunches

At 1 Beacon View Barn

1 Beacon View Barn is located in the quaint village of Felindre, just 5 miles away from Beguildy, which sits among the peaceful country side on the English/Welsh border.

Places to Visit

Within 5 miles of this gorgeous property is the local pub and restaurant to enjoy their delicious food and marvellous company of the local guests.

For the avid explorers, there is easy access to Beacon Hill, a stunning 574 metre summit, in the county of Radnorshire, close to the valley of the River Tempe. Nearby, there is the beautiful Kerry Ridgeway Walk, an ancient 15 mile path journeying from Cider House Farm to Bishops Castle in England.

For the history lovers, the neighbouring village of Knucklas offers an ancient 13th Century castle mound, complete with a magnificent 13-arch span. 20 miles away you will find the beautiful Powis Castle and Gardens, a Nature Trust located in Welshpool where a Medieval Castle, Fortress and Grand Country Mansion is located!

Just a 15 minute drive away from Maesgwyn is the market town of Knighton, famous for walking and cycling with Offa's Dyke passing through the town.

Meet Eluned and James!

James and Lin Jones live just down the road from the Maesgwyn, Beacon View Lodge 1 & 2 with their three children, Ceri, Rhys and Sian.

You may see them around the farm & properties getting on with their duties.

Maesgwyn is family home for Llewelyn who is James' Dad, Llew is still an active member of the farming team.

The Jones family started doing holiday lets in the farmhouse in 2015 and expanded in 2017 by converting old barns into Beacon Lodge 1 & 2 after much success Maesgwyn.

The Environment

James, Lin & family farm mainly beef and sheep across a 400+ farm. Their busiest time of year is always lambing so during the months of March & April guests may be lucky enough to see some lambs being born in the surrounding fields of the properties.

During the Summer time there wll be plenty of tractor spotting as there will be lots of harvest work to be done!

Would like to thank Lin, James and family for a lovely time. By Shaun Haycock

Reviewed on 23/04/2021

Just had the most relaxing 1 weeks holiday at 1 beacon view, with the spectacular views and hottub, with great Bbq nights and Hotub under the stars.

The barn is all you would expect very comfortable and relaxing this place is a gem and looking forward to visiting again maybe in the new pod which arrives next week.

Would like to thank Lin, James and family for a lovely time

What an amazing stay we had By Nigel

Reviewed on 11/04/2021

What an amazing stay we had , totally relaxed and definitely did not want to leave . The hot tub was fabulous and we were lucky enough to have clear nights to star watch from the tub. Well done to Lin and James for all the hard work that goes into theses stunning holiday let’s . Can’t wait to revisit .

Fabulous week spent at Beacon View Barns By Sandie O'Sullivan

Reviewed on 28/11/2020

Fabulous week spent at Beacon View Barns, a lovely property with stunning views that just make you want to relax. The property was sparkling clean, had everything you could need for a very comfortable stay, it’s dog friendly and has a very nice hot tub. We came for a nice quiet week to celebrate my partners birthday and it was perfect. We enjoyed walking locally some of the views off local high points are not to be missed and then you can stroll home to the tub. The garden is secure for the dog to wander about and ours enjoyed a sunbath (all be it in November), everything is just right for a relaxing time. There is lots to do attractions wise a short drive away if that’s your thing, this truly is a stunning part of the world.

Lin & James thank you for a great holiday. By Andrea Ted & Lea

Reviewed on 15/09/2020

A well maintained and equipped holiday accommodation with stunning views and walks to the local villages. Not too far to some larger towns for shopping or just visiting. Also well situated to visit larger towns in England & Wales with other attractions.

The little extras of tea, coffee milk, flowers and a bottle of wine were greatly appreciated after a long journey. The hosts were also very helpful with our sons O2 medical/equipment needs and we were sorry to leave.

Lin & James thank you for a great holiday.

Could not recommend The Barns enough, although I’m hoping it stays our hidden gem! By Zoe Starrs

Reviewed on 27/12/2019

Outstanding quality & breathtaking views. A perfect family getaway with no distractions, endless adventures & tranquility!

The Barns have everything and more so all we needed were our wellies and swimsuits!

Owners went above and beyond to ensure our stay was perfect, providing plenty of recommendations and suggestions.

Could not recommend The Barns enough, although I’m hoping it stays our hidden gem!

See you soon 💕