Sitting high on the hillside admire the views as you laze away in the garden of an afternoon having spent the morning out and about exploring the magic of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Embrace the natural environment of the Wye Valley, living alongside farmyard animals, wildflowers and hilly terrain. This ground-floor annexe next to the owner’s farmstead is ideal for a couple or solo traveller looking to escape the stresses of everyday life. If you own a horse, your four-hoofed friend doesn’t have to miss out on the fun as it’s welcome to stay in the on-site stables. Saddle up and head out for a ride in the Brecon Beacons National Park. If you don’t have a horse, a walk on two legs in this beautiful part of Wales is just as rewarding.
The property’s open-plan living space offers a warm atmosphere and home comforts all in one place. Relax on the comfortable sofa with a magazine, or plan your next day’s activities at the dining table as you tuck into a freshly prepared supper made with local ingredients. On a warm day, fling open the patio doors and step out on to the decked area to bask in the sunshine while enjoying a glass of something fizzy. The stylish bedroom decorated in neutral colours can be made up as either a king-size or twin room, and there’s a shower room for when you need to freshen up.
Outside shed/ utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, sink, shower & WC ideal for walkers.
The property is about 6.5 miles from Builth Wells, where you can enjoy a riverside walk around the perimeter of the town, taking in its castle remains and impressive bridges along the way. Further afield, see how flour is made at Talgarth Mill (13 miles) or drive to the Victorian spa town of Llanwrtyd Wells (19 miles). You could even time your visit for the famous world bog-snorkelling championships.