Cynghordy, Brecon Beacons
A characterful and cosy rural retreat in a tranquil location, offering a great base from which to enjoy the outdoors and explore this unspoilt area of mid Wales.
Llangattock, Brecon Beacons
This beautiful barn conversion sits in peaceful countryside yet is within 2 miles of the small town of Crickhowell. With original features complementing contemporary design, this cosy cottage is the perfect romantic hideaway for two.
Llanafan-Fawr, Mid Wales
Delightful, secluded cottage, providing a perfect base for small families or couples looking to explore the mid Wales countryside, with long walks and cycle routes on the doorstep.
Llanbedr, Brecon Beacons
Surrounded by rolling farmland, and the hills and valleys of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this enchanting cottage, approximately 4 miles from Crickhowell, enjoys a truly magical setting.
Forest Coalpit, Brecon Beacons
This remote bolthole sits 305m above sea level and consequently boasts spectacular panoramic views across the surrounding countryside.
Clyro, Brecon Beacons
This cosy and relaxing retreat, part of a delightfully converted 16th-century Welsh long house has panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and is just 3 miles from Hay-on-Wye.
Crai, Brecon Beacons
This light and airy barn conversion lies in the picturesque Afon Crai valley, set within a 220-acre working sheep farm and boasting enviable national park views. Perfect for small families or couples.
Brecon (5Mls W), Mid Wales
Gwynfe, Brecon Beacons
Set in a spectacular location with glorious views over rolling countryside and the Black Mountains, this sympathetically converted barn is perfect for families or keen walkers.
Tretower, Brecon Beacons
Two en-suite bedrooms are ready to welcome up to four people at this remarkable stone barn conversion on the slopes of the Black Mountains.
Llandovery, West Wales
Crickhowell (6mls NW), Brecon Beacons
A traditional farmhouse close to the delightful town of Crickhowelll. Walks right from your door making the most of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains.
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