A unique and stylish property laid out in a reverse-level style, characterised by roaring fires, wooden beams, and awe-inspiring views of the mountains beyond.
For peace and serenity, it’s hard to beat this converted farmhouse set against a picture-perfect backdrop of mountain peaks, wooded valleys and lush green hills. It’s a great choice for families and groups of friends who love spending time outdoors. As it lies in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, there are miles of scenic trails waiting to be explored, either on foot, by bike or even on horseback. On cosy nights in, the roaring wood burner and 60s Wurlitzer jukebox make this cottage feel extra special.
A long galleried room in the eaves of the house provides the main living area, where you can spend time relaxing and savouring homecooked suppers prepared in the farmhouse-style kitchen. Wooden beams, exposed stonework and antique furniture make the space feel reassuringly traditional and homely. A small staircase leads to two of the bedrooms, which both have en-suite shower rooms. Another set of stairs leads down to a large hallway with cosy seating and a collection of books. You’ll also find a family bathroom and two further bedrooms, both king-size. Outside, the enclosed lawned garden is a safe space for children and dogs to play in. On a sunny day, top up your vitamin D levels and sizzle up a grilled family feast on the BBQ.
The pretty market town of Brecon lies within 4 miles of the property. Here you can go for a stroll along the canal towpath or challenge yourself by completing part of the Taff Trail, which stretches 55 miles along the River Taff to Cardiff Bay. Families can go pony trekking and enjoy outdoor pursuits at Cantref Adventure Farm (2 miles), or there’s rowing, paddleboarding and kayaking on Llangorse Lake (11 miles).