The perfect base to explore the local area with its independent shops and eateries or enjoy a more active day exploring the Brecon Beacons with its breath-taking scenery and abundance of footpaths.
Sitting in the heart of the market town of Talgarth at the northern gateway to the Black Mountains, this cool, compact apartment is perfect for a romantic getaway for two. One of four apartments sitting above the museum, this quaint split-level apartment is ideal if you want to explore the wide-open spaces of the Brecon Beacons National Park, but also enjoy having all the convenience of a market town location. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy in town after a day of rambling around the National Park.
Climb the stairs to reach this first-floor apartment. Step through the front door and make your way down the corridor, where you’ll find a charming, tastefully decorated living/dining space. Take a few steps down from the dining area and you can cook up a storm for your partner in the contemporary kitchen. Enjoy a romantic meal in the dining area, before retiring to the sofa in the living area to binge-watch your favourite TV shows. Alternatively, head out into town, where there’s a nice selection of pubs to discover. At the end of the day, there’s a lovely double bedroom to cuddle up in.
If you’re looking for something delicious for breakfast, pop into Talgarth Mill (125 feet away) and buy some wonderful home-baked bread. This fascinating fully restored, working 18th-century watermill was featured on the BBC’s Village SOS show. Alternatively, soak up some history at Bronylls Castle (0.5 miles). Perched on a motte overlooking the River Afon Llynfi, this fortified tower dates back to the 13th-century. Or head out to the Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve (1 mile), where there are 17.5 hectares of ancient woodland on the banks of the River Enig to explore.