Tucked away in a peaceful hamlet, this pretty 17th-century former malt house is surrounded by incredible views, a variety of good walks and some fabulous wildlife.
A pretty 17th-century former malthouse situated in a peaceful hamlet in Mid Wales. Perfect for groups of friends or families, the house can sleep five people and is surrounded by superb views of the Mynydd Epynt uplands. Grazing and stabling are available at this accommodation, should you wish to explore the area from the back of your horse. Just 5 miles away is the Brecon Beacons National Park, where you will be spoilt for choice with walking and cycling routes for all abilities.
This cottage retains some of its original features such as exposed wooden beams in its welcoming open-plan living space. It has a traditional feel, with classic decor used throughout. Two spacious bedrooms are ideal for two couples or families, ideal for guests who want their own space to unwind at the end of the day. They also share a Jack and Jill bathroom. Outside is an enclosed garden, with table and chairs as well as a BBQ for al fresco dining on warm evenings.
Mid Wales is a great location with stunning views, walks and lots of fabulous wildlife. Sennybridge is 4.5 miles from the property, where you can find shops and pubs. Just 9 miles is the superb market town of Brecon with further amenities and a great selection of independent stores and boutiques. For those looking to explore the area on foot, there are good walks right on the doorstep here. Though you can visit the stunning and vast Brecon Beacons National Park just 5 miles away. Visit popular routes such as the Four Waterfalls Walk, which is 17 miles away and passes by some spectacular sights including the largest cave entrance in Wales and incredible, extravagant waterfalls.