A superbly stylish and luxurious cottage on the southern flanks of the Brecon Beacons National Park, perfectly placed to enjoy the magnificent Welsh landscape.
Discover the heart of the Swansea Valley and the brink of the Brecon Beacons, staying in a lovingly converted barn in the village of Cwmtwrch-Uchaf. A true home from home, this contemporary holiday cottage provides the perfect base for four guests to enjoy, lending itself perfectly for two couples holidaying together. Find a second holiday cottage directly next door, ideal for those travelling with more guests in tow.
Combining pretty pastel features and bold colour accents, this stunning accommodation offers a truly delightful stay for anyone who calls it home. Enter into the double height lounge which boasts high ceilings and mezzanine landing with open staircase. The plush sofas and an electric wood burner effect fire, offer the promise of a cosy evening in whatever the weather. In the warmer summer months step straight outside where you can access the patio with garden table and chairs and into the garden with views of the surrounding countryside. Discover a spacious bright and cheerful kitchen with a high vaulted beamed ceiling, beautiful travertine tiled floors and a Rangemaster cooker, along with all the contemporary necessities for cooking up a range of meals. The central dining table ensures the cooks don’t miss out on the round-the-table chatter.
Once you’ve exhausted yourself with a day out and about, two cosy double bedrooms lay waiting for you. One double with en-suite shower room, can be found on the ground floor, whilst a second double bedroom can be found in a unique gallery level above the lounge. On this floor you will also find a spacious bathroom with a bath to soak in plus a separate shower for refreshing yourself. Completing the property is a spacious outdoor area with a courtyard garden and walks available on your doorstep.
Benefiting from the best of both worlds, find the edge of the expansive Brecon Beacons National Park just 3 miles away, and the bustling city of Swansea just 14.5 miles away. A must for guests of all ages is a trip to the National Showcaves Centre (9miles), along with the Cwm Clydach RSPB Nature Reserve (10 miles). Plus no visit would be complete without exploring ‘Waterfall Country’ at Pontneddfechan, just 20 miles away. Those hoping to stay closer to home will be no doubt keen to frequent Cwmtwrch’s local pubs and cafe, less than 500 metres from home.