Get back to basics and discover a true off-the-beaten track stay here in Llanthony. Presenting a beautifully traditional long house on the brink of the Brecon Beacons, this property offers the perfect opportunity to leave the trappings of modern life behind and simply enjoy the company of your loved ones. Filled to the brim with traditional games and books plus an ancient grand piano and countless walks from its doorstep, this three-bedroom property is perfectly suited to a family of six. You can even bring along one dog to keep you company throughout your stay.
Boasting wall-to-wall oak beams and authentic flagstone floors, this cottage is a delight from the very moment you cross the threshold. The heart of this house is it’s spacious farmhouse kitchen, where breakfast table and all the necessary amenities are on hand to create a bustling spot for dining and activities. When day turns to night, wander through to the cosy lounge and throw a few logs on the wood burner. Here in this ambient spot you’ll find more than enough to keep you busy including games and, for competent pianists, an ancient grand piano, with the absence of a TV or Wi-Fi router offering you the chance to relax and forget about them. Having a spent an evening undisturbed by screens, a restful night’s sleep awaits you in three cosy first floor bedrooms.
Having explored the surrounding walking routes and the local pub, jump in the car to explore Brecon further afield. The local town of Hay-on-Wye is a must-visit for literary fans (11.5 miles), whilst Abergavenny (11 miles) and Crickhowell (17 miles) are splitting at the seams with shops and eateries to explore. Pack your hiking boots for walks along the English border or venture into the Black Mountain Range and hike the impressive Waun Fach peak (16 miles).