Porth-y-Parc is a 35 acre smallholding surrounded by fields and National Trust woodland nestling on the slopes of Sugar Loaf Mountain above the pretty market town of Abergavenny

We have lovingly restored our old stone barn as a characterful and comfortable holiday home, and refurbished the mid-twentieth century farmhouse to create a sleek and stylish cottage.  There are spectacular views in every direction, and footpaths up Sugar Loaf and into the Black Mountains pass through the farm.

Both properties sleep six.


Two beautiful holiday cottages in the Brecon Beacons National Park

Step into the Past

As you arrive at the farm you  pass through the gateway (Porth) to an ancient deer park (Parc) where medieval monks from St Mary’s Priory in Abergavenny indulged their more secular pleasures.  Walking on the surrounding ridges, look out for the remains of the park’s boundary wall.  Or snuggle by the woodburner in the barn and imagine the cows coming in to be milked - Stan and Jean Lewis ran a milk round from here until well into the 1990s.

“The setting is magical - such a lovely peaceful place to stay and rest a while…..”


 Welcome to Porth-y-Parc