The Lounge was a hay barn and the traditional floor to ceiling barn doors have been replaced with floor to ceiling windows and french doors. This makes the room a very light and spacious area. It has a log burner, comfy sofas and a games table. The french doors lead onto the terrace, garden and stream. From here the views are over the open moors and grassland of the central Brecon Beacons. There are lots of books, games, maps, local information brochures, a DVD and video library and walking information for bed and breakfast guests to make use of.
The Dining Room used to be a stable with ricketty wooden stair to the upper floor which was home to the farm labourers and servants, but is now elegantly furnished with 2 dining tables, a dresser, and a fridge which bed and breakfast guests can make use of. There is enough space for members of a group to all sit together, or for couples to have their own table and private conversation. If guests wish to bring a takeaway or their own food, we are happy for them to sit in the dining room and use the crockery & cutlery stored in the dresser. The table also lends itself well to a game of monopoly. There are ordnance survey maps of the Brecon Beacons displayed on the wall, with photographs of popular places to visit.