Perfect for families or couples with four-legged friends, this delightfully refurbished character cottage boasts homely accommodation, an enclosed garden and a wonderful location close to many excellent walks and mountain bike routes.
Stay in this fantastic period property situated in a quiet hamlet in the Brecon Beacons. The cottage sleeps four guests and is a great set up for families or couples, and three dogs are also welcome. The local area, known as ‘Waterfall Country’, is a spectacular place to stroll around and enjoy the pretty sights.
This double-fronted stone cottage is brimming with period charm. It has its original timber flooring, traditional windows and a stone inglenook fireplace which houses a wood burner to keep you warm on chilly evenings. The house is finished with decor to match the style, such as a Welsh dresser, farmhouse table and tasteful linen in the bedrooms. There is also an enclosed garden for you to enjoy, with a chiminea and a BBQ to relax beside with a glass of wine in the evenings. Better yet, the views from the garden are stunning, taking in the rolling, open fields surrounding the property.
Spot wildlife, enjoy a picnic or simply take a gentle walk around the picturesque Usk Reservoir (4.5 miles). Dan-yr-Ogof Caves (13 miles) is a 17-kilometre-long cave system formed over 350 million years ago by an underground river, a great place to take the family. Don your walking boots and take on the highest peak in the area, Pen y Fan (14 miles). If you are less encouraged by the daunting peak, there are plenty of gentler walking routes in the area including the Epynt Way Footpath in nearby Sennybridge (3 miles). When you’re ready to tuck into a pleasant evening meal or a few drinks, visit Brecon (12 miles) with its eclectic mix of independently run amenities.