Originally the dairy of Talgarth’s Great Hall Farmhouse (circa 1680), this spacious country cottage is packed with charm and history. Sleeping four, it’s great for small families or couples.
Discover a relaxing country break with amenities close at hand by enjoying a stay in the peaceful town of Talgarth. Perfect for hosting a small group eager to explore the local area, this chocolate box property sleeps four guests in unrivalled comfort with views of the River Ennig and beyond, a delight to wake up to each morning.
Despite being lovingly modernised to create a comfortable place to stay, this unique holiday home benefits from endless original features that contribute to the overall authentic country feel of the place. Step into a cosy lounge where thick stone walls, exposed beams and an old inglenook fireplace hosts a warming wood burner and is surrounded by seating, a delightful spot to enjoy morning coffee or late-night drinks. Here you’ll also find a circular dining table, a sociable spot for savouring home-cooked meals or a local takeaway. Upstairs, two bedrooms have been decorated with sturdy oak furniture and comfortable beds for your stay, providing a place to rest your weary head at the end of each day. Completing the property is a long garden framed by walls and hedges for privacy, as well as outdoor furniture and BBQ for summer dining.
Take a stroll around the town of Talgarth to find a varied selection of shops, pubs and eateries, or delve further into the Brecon Beacons National Park for wonderful days out. Nearby, the Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve can be found less than 1 mile away, presenting a magical space filled with woodland and waterfalls to explore. Keen hikers or bikers will no doubt head to the nearby Black Mountains to summit some of Brecon’s most impressive peaks, whilst the nearby Llangorse Activity Centre (5 miles) is on-hand for organised activities including climbing, riding and water sports.