A pretty granary sleeping up to four guests, boasting a wonderful location in the scenic valleys of Brecon Beacons National Park. Ideal for families or friends sharing.
Part of the original farmhouse at Dan-y-Crug farm, this cottage exudes charm and is great for families and friends with a love for the great outdoors. A peaceful setting with pretty grounds to explore, you’re not far from the hustle and bustle of Brecon (3 miles), a market town with lots to do, eat and see.
Enter the first-floor, open-plan living space via an iron staircase and make yourself comfortable in the lounge. This spacious room is decorated with floral furnishings, creating a calm and tranquil space in which to put your feet up and relax. Light and bright, the kitchen has plenty of workspace for everyone to lend a helping hand at mealtimes. Plate up at the sociable dining table, or enjoy an al fresco dinner on the patio, shared with other properties on-site, and bask in the late sunshine. After dinner, take a tipple and meander your way down to the stream which flows through the grounds before returning inside to rest weary heads. Settle down for the night in either the double or twin room and drift off to sleep. The double has charming, exposed beams and both rooms are decorated with a country-cottage style. Freshen up in the shower room before heading out to explore.
Take children on a walk around the farm after liaising with the owners as to the whereabouts of their livestock, and enjoy mornings close to home. Summit the towering top of Pen-y-Fan, 9 miles from home, the highest peak in South Wales which offers panoramic views. Llangorse Lake is a 10-mile trip and is the largest natural lake in South Wales; enjoy a waterside wander or make the most of the exciting activity centres nearby.