Relax on this quiet country farm and soak up the tranquillity of this rural setting, just outside Brecon. Explore everything the Brecon Beacons has to offer and come back to the comforting roar of the wood burner.
One of two gorgeous, converted barns which sit 8 miles from Brecon, enjoy time at this gorgeous bolthole where you are greeted by a welcome pack. The roaring wood burner promises to warm you up after adventurous days across the National Park and the hot tub invites you to soak aching muscles fresh from hikes. Sleeping four over two bedrooms, this is the perfect home for small families or friends looking to escape the everyday.
On arrival, head straight for the lounge where you can relax and unwind in front of the wood burner and sit beneath the vaulted ceiling with the TV/DVD on. With access to the decked area, open the doors on warm days to let fresh air inside. With all you need to cater for every occasion, the fresh, bright kitchen is large and flooded with natural light. There is a breakfast table where you can sit with a coffee and a separate dining area with space for larger meals. The shared outdoor play area, detached outdoor play barn and private hot tub are great for keeping you entertained before you drift off in either the ground-floor twin with en-suite shower room or the first-floor double with en-suite bathroom. There is ample off-road parking and an electric car charging point available at a charge.
Venture deep into the Brecon Beacons National Park and travel 14 miles south to Pen-y-Fan. The highest peak in South Wales, the summit boasts breathtaking views which are a great reward for your hiking efforts. En route to Pen-y-Fan, pop by Sennybridge (6 miles) and pick up some goodies to enjoy a peak-top picnic. 8 miles from home in the bustling market town of Brecon, enjoy rainy day activities and visit the cinema, shops, and eateries. A 16.5-mile trip will take you to Dan yr Ogof, The National Showcaves Centre for Wales.