A romantic, unique property to make you feel at one with nature but within easy reach of local amenities for when you need to connect with the outside world again
Leave the hustle and bustle behind and escape to the woods for a trip to remember. The perfect destination for an off-grid romantic retreat, wake to the babble of the stream and spend time exploring the great outdoors without straying too far from home. Climb the Sugar Loaf Mountain or make the 6.5-mile trip to Crickhowell and ascend Table Mountain before stocking up on local goods to cook with back at the ranch.
Step up to the decked area and make your way inside this inviting bolthole. With many features and items made from native ash tree by the owner, this home has a truly unique feel. The open-plan living space is cosy and welcoming with splashes of colour brightening up the interior. A wood burner warms the living area which consists of a small kitchen, a sofa, and a table for two with a selection of games and books to keep you entertained. Take a drink outside and light the chimenea before heading to bed. The double bedroom is very snug and cosy with little room either side of the bed making it perfect for getting snug. There is a shower room with a compost WC. Parking for one car is provided.
Leave your former writer’s cabin behind for the day and tread well-trodden paths to explore. Across the lane, access the Sugar Loaf Mountain from which you can spy wonderful views and tuck into a peak-top picnic with goodies picked up from Crickhowell (6.5 miles). For a day out by the water, travel 16.5 miles to Llangorse Lake, the largest natural lake in Wales and make a splash in a kayak or a canoe for a fun-filled day. From the largest lake to the highest peak in the Black Mountains, Waun Fach is 9 miles away.