For couples seeking a holiday hideaway, this converted 17th-century coach house offers cosy accommodation furnished with fine antiques in a peaceful rural location.
Located just a short walk from the nearest country pub and with the multitude of outdoor offerings of the Brecon Beacons National Park on your doorstep, this delightful cottage provides an unrivalled stay for two in the beautiful Welsh countryside. Perfect for those hoping to enjoy plenty of fresh air with your four-legged friends in tow, you’re more than welcome to bring along two dogs or even a horse to stay in the stables by prior arrangement.
Decorated throughout with calming pastel shades, antique furnishings and farmhouse-style artwork, this lovingly presented coach house is the perfect bolthole for yourself and a loved one. Find a compact kitchen on the ground floor then head on upstairs to discover a cosy lounge space with a loveseat sofa and two armchairs, an ideal spot for evenings in. The TV comes equipped with NOW TV and Netflix, so you’ll never be short of a film to watch on an evening in. Leading from the lounge is an inviting double bedroom with sumptuous bed, no doubt a welcome sight after a long day walking or riding. Completing the property you’ll find a furnished private garden with BBQ and patio space, along with a private all-weather tennis court on the grounds of the wider property.
Step outside and discover the Brecon Beacons National Park just a short distance away, with the bustling town of Sennybridge just 3 miles. Nearby, discover the impressive Pen Y Fan mountain for challenging hikes and walks (11.5 miles), or take a trip to the Usk Reservoir (8 miles) for fishing, water sports or a relaxed waterside dog walk. Step out on foot for a trip to the nearby Crychan Forest (6 miles), boasting miles upon miles of walking, cycling and horse riding trails.