The Hendre is a lovely period family home in the village of Talgarth. Orginally a cider house called Three Cocks Inn, the property was converted to a home in the 1930's, but the wide doorways downstairs give a clue as to its original purpose.
The house is situated in the heart of the village on a quiet road close to the 13th century St. Gwendolines Church. Talgarth featured in the recent BBC series Village SOS showing the successful development of a working mill project. The mill is now open to visitors and has an excellant cafe overlooking the river. The village also has an award winning butcher and is within a short drive of many excellant restaurants. The area is a foodies paradise, nearby favourites include the award winning Griffin Felin Fach (The good pub guide wales ding pub of the year and 2012 michelin bib gourmand). and michelin starred Walnut Tree in Abergavenny.
The area is an excellant base for walking, gliding and mountain biking, there are footpaths leading straight up from the common onto the mountains of Myndd Troed and a lovely walk from the village up to the waterfalls and bluebell woods at Pwll yr Wrach.
Sleeps up to 6/8 plus cot, 3 bedrooms. Well equipped kitchen with an electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A separate breakfast room with dining table and chairs and an oil-fired Rayburn. The large oak beamed sitting room is equipped with comfortable chairs, sofa, jigsaw puzzles and board games. A TV with video and armchairs are in a second smaller sitting room.
Bedroom 1: double bedroom
Bedroom 2: double bedroom
Bedroom 3: is a very large family room with a double and two single beds.
The bathroom has bath, handbasin and toilet and a separate shower. There is an additional toilet and washbasin downstairs.
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Make your booking online online now for The Hendre, or alternatively you can book by calling our office on 01874 676446.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for:
Elizabeth or Emma