A luxurious and historic house fit for a party. Bring your family and friends to flit between the pool table, the hot tub and the Welsh hills.
This fantastic farmhouse, in a remote location on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, has ample room to accommodate ten guests. The property is packed with luxurious touches for an extra special stay, including a sauna, hot tub and games room. As you’d expect, the walking opportunities in the area are endless; stride out along the Brecon towpath (17 miles), wander the Crychan Forest (12 miles) or blow away the cobwebs on the common at Libanus (20.5 miles).
The 18th-century property, set high on a hillside overlooking the mountains, has many traditional Welsh features, including beautiful oak beams and a vast inglenook fireplace. Rich tones and dark wood create a warm and inviting atmosphere, enhanced by the roaring wood burner in the centre of the open-plan living space. After a long walk in the surrounding countryside, enjoy a hearty meal around the large dining table, before curling up on the plump sofas and armchairs. It’s easy to while away the hours in the games room, with its full-size pool table, or sipping on a glass of wine on the terrace.
If you want to escape from it all, head to Libanus and enjoy a walk on the grassy common, clad with bracken and gorse; it’s a particularly great place for dog walking. Don’t forget to look up, to admire the red kites soaring overhead. For peace and tranquillity, journey to Crychan Forest. Potter amongst the streams, glades and waterfalls on one of the way-marked trails. There are fabulous views of the Cambrian Mountains and plenty of places for a picnic. The bustling market town of Brecon is well worth a visit. Amble around the independent shops, marvel at the spectacular cathedral and tuck into a great pub lunch at one of the traditional public houses.