Remote country retreat in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, offering a wonderful base for a family of five looking to hike Pen y Fan or enjoy long walks in the area.
Enjoying a private slice of Brecon paradise, this property takes pride of place amongst beautiful countryside. Instantly captivating guests with its far-reaching views, its location down a quiet country lane affords peace and tranquillity, as well as convenient access to the nearby town of Brecon, just 2.5 miles away. Sleeping up to five people across three bedrooms and welcoming one furry friend too, this is the ideal destination for families and friends looking to immerse themselves in all that the Brecon Beacons has to offer.
If you can tear yourself from the views outside upon arrival, the inside of this country bolthole welcomes with warm, cosy vibes whatever the weather. Step inside and make your way to the well-equipped kitchen to revive with a cup of tea or gather around the dining room’s table with a delicious spread. In the winter, the lounge with its atmospheric wood burner, TV and comfortable seating will be a favourite spot, whilst in summer, the indoor sunroom bathed in natural light from huge windows will be perfect for slow mornings and early evenings watching the natural cinematography outside.
With so much to see on your doorstep, it’ll be difficult to leave this property’s beautiful garden with its patio, outdoor furniture and BBQ. Yet only 5 miles away, you can take to the hills to climb the Brecon Beacon National Park’s highest mountain, Pen y Fan, and discover some of the UK’s most amazing scenery. Elsewhere, the park provides ample fuel for adventurers of all ages, boasting four of the five longest underground limestone cave systems in Britain, Wales’ first International Dark-Sky Reserve, beautiful rivers perfect for canoeing and miles and miles of footpaths and cycle trails.