An idyllic retreat for two, relax in stylish yet welcoming interiors with glorious views across The Usk Valley after a day walking, hiking and biking in the surrounding mountains, meadows and woodlands.
Walk, cycle and adventure your way around the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park before coming back to cosy up in style at this welcoming abode. Brimming with rustic charm and warmth, call this dwelling home for a while and make the most of the lovely terrace area and the roaring wood burner in the traditional lounge. Perfect for a romantic retreat, explore by day and cosy up at night.
Once a gardener’s cottage, this property has a secluded feel and is full of rustic character. Traditional beams, exposed stonework and elegant interiors create a warm, welcoming ambience which flows throughout. Throw together meals in the bright airy kitchen where you can plate up at the table or dine alfresco in the pretty garden. If it’s too cold for evenings outside, step up and sink into the snug sofa in the lounge where the wood burner will keep you warm. The separate laundry room is great for storing muddy boots and coats after days in the great outdoors and means you can wash clothes with ease. Climb stairs to the bedroom where exposed beams and stone add character and you can drift off in peace. A granary door leads straight into the garden so you can rise and shine and fill your lungs with fresh air to start the day.
Boasting views across the Usk and Talybont Valleys, throw on your hiking boots and get ready to go. Less than 2 miles from your door are a handful of welcoming pubs and coffee shops where you can stop off for a bite to eat after wandering by the rivers, the canal, and the nearby waterfalls in Talybont-on-Usk. Further afield, the largest natural lake in South Wales, Llangorse, is 6 miles away, and the highest peak in South Wales, Pen y Fan, is 13.5 miles away.