Garth Barns are set in glorious countryside near Llanidloes in mid Wales. There are two barns - Hafod and Ty Nant, and together they comfortably sleep up to 32 guests in 12 bedrooms, 10 of which are en suite. Hafod has big living and dining spaces where guests from both barns can dine and socialise together.
The two large barn conversions that house the Yoga Shala and all of the accommodation, are heated from renewable biomass and the drinking water is from the farm’s own pure spring water source. The barns surround the old farmyard, now a lovely space with gardens, a stream and an outdoor dining area for warmer days. There is also a gym and Finnish sauna. For wild swimmers there is a swimming pond. The venue is set within 200 acres of farmland with plenty of walks in the hills and valleys right on the doorstep.
The barns are part of Garth Farm, 240 acres of hill, fields, woodland and dingle with a private lake, wildlife pools and spectacular views. Owls, woodpeckers, buzzards, nuthatches, woodcock and redstarts are resident and red kites, ducks and swans are regular visitors.
Llanidloes, where Garth Barns is located, is well served by bus services to the coast at Aberystwyth, to Newtown, Welshpool and Shrewsbury and to Rhayader and to Llandrindod. The National Express shuttle also operates through Llanidloes for services to Birmingham and the National Express UK network. You can also travel by rail and go to Caersws station. You can then take a taxi to the venue.