A stunning 17th Century, Grade II listed farmhouse, nestled in the Radnorshire hills. Just a short drive from the Brecon Beacons National Park and the literary town of Hay-on-Wye.
Make your great Welsh getaway to this exquisite stone cottage, set within undulating countryside near Painscastle, close to the English border. Ideal for a group holiday or for two or three families wishing to organise a break together, this handsome, four-bedroom home dates back to the 1600s and sleeps up to eight. Take two dogs with you too and enjoy walks through the Radnorshire hills or simply relax at this characterful property, where you can light the wood burner, BBQ on the terrace and enjoy some quality time together.
Make your way into the former farmhouse via the boot room and then the kitchen/diner. Whip up hearty holiday food then gather around the table in here or in the dining room. The lounge, with its wood burner-effect oil fire and exposed stone wall, is equally inviting and a great place to watch TV or play games. There is also a ground-floor WC. Venture up the period-style staircase to discover a super-king-size bedroom and a king-size bedroom with en-suite shower room, plus a family bathroom, on the first floor. Head on up to the floor above, to discover two twin bedrooms and an additional lounge in the eaves. Wander out on to the generous terrace on sunny days to relax in the fresh air and take in the views. Find an outdoor entertaining hut, a pond and plenty of off-road parking.
Gather your party and lead them off on exciting hill and forest hikes from the front door. Drive approximately 5.5 miles to reach the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, with its many opportunities for walks, as well as outdoor activities such as pony trekking, canoeing, kayaking and climbing. Drive 5.5 miles into Hay-on-Wye, famous for its literary festival and its bookshops, to browse its independent outlets and galleries, and to dine out.