An idyllic cottage for couples seeking a rural bolthole, with walks through the Brecon Beacons from the front door and stunning views across the Menascin Valley.
The perfect bolthole for a romantic retreat, sneak away for a holiday in the wonderful Welsh countryside and make yourselves at home. Full of characterful features including exposed beams and brickwork, curl up by the wood burner and relax in style. Sitting in the owner’s 300-acre farm, the Nant Menascin River flows through the land so you can walk outside and follow its twists and turns or jump in for a spot of wild swimming.
Step up and into the property which is attached to the owner’s home yet has a secluded feel and plenty of privacy. If it’s been a long journey, get the wood burner roaring right away so you can snuggle up and unwind. A well-stocked bookcase offers a range of tales, and the Sky TV also promises to keep you entertained in the evenings. Polished wooden floors, exposed beams and exposed brickwork are complemented by colourful rugs and an array of artwork which adorn the walls. Cook up a storm in the light kitchen before dining at the table and eventually heading to bed. Up steep stairs, the bedroom boasts fantastic views across the Black Mountains and has a charming, sloped ceiling. Wake up and head back downstairs to freshen up for the day in the shower room. Enjoy an al fresco breakfast on the private patio, reached by descending a step through beautiful oak doors.
With your four-legged friend welcome too, head out for local walks and explore without having to jump in the car. Follow the river which flows through the farm where you can make a splash, or roam the bluebell woodlands and the Site of Special Scientific Interest nearby. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is found 2 miles away, while 8 miles away sits Pen-y-Fan, the highest peak in South Wales.