Set within the grounds of a country house, this sizeable 18th-century barn conversion is the perfect choice for a multi-family holiday or friends’ get together.
Relish in the peace and quiet of this rural location where walks lead straight from your doorstep. The split-level layout is ideal for two families who want to holiday together but still have their own privacy when they need it. It’s also a book lover’s dream as the cottage has a library complete with wall-to-wall shelves packed full of literature. Not only that, the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye is within 18 miles.
At the heart of the property is the farmhouse kitchen/diner, a lovely setting for you all to gather for a traditional roast dinner cooked in the AGA-style oven. With full stomachs, head up the cottage-style stairs to the first floor to unwind in the spacious beamed sitting room. It’s full of character, with fine pieces of period furniture and wood burners at either side of the room to keep you warm and cosy. The bedrooms are split across two floors. On the ground floor, you’ll find a king-size room and a twin room, while the first floor offers a double and a twin room. Each floor has its own bath/shower room and WC for added convenience. Patio doors lead out to the private garden area from the king-size bedroom. Here, canine companions can lie in the sun while you enjoy a glass of wine or cook up a BBQ supper.
Cradoc Golf Club is only a mile from the property if you fancy a friendly family competition, or you can head into Brecon, around 3 miles away. The vibrant market town has boutique shops, eateries and a cinema, and is also the gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park. With miles of hiking, mountain biking and pony trekking trails winding through the landscape, you can keep active in stunning surroundings here.