This property has great potential as a self catering holiday rental but there are some issues that need to be addressed
The barn was difficult to find. Located deep in Welsh countryside and reached by a narrow grassy dirt track crossing 2 cattle grids and without signage. The barn is located behind the main house and access from the parking area is by a steep grassy slope. After 3 days of rain it was extremely slippery, but ironically it was the able-bodied adult who fell and collected some amazing bruises.
After several weeks travelling in the UK staying in self catering places we were surprised not to find basics such as toilet paper and washing up liquid provided, especially in a place so far from the nearest store. The crockery provided was minimal...no rice/cereal bowls or serving dishes and only 5 soup plates necessitating sometimes washing up in the middle of a meal rather than at the end. No can opener.
The beds were comfortable, although one bed did not have a duvet cover on the quilt. ( We only discovered this when we were stripping the beds on leaving, the teenager not thinking it important enough to mention!) One of my pillows was soiled and badly stained.
The barn has been beautifully converted and was warm and nicely furnished, and always a good supply of hot water.