Brimming with character, this Grade II listed property is a fantastic choice for families and groups of friends looking to explore the Brecon Beacons.
Awash with character, this 12-person Grade II-listed country home is the ideal base for friends and families. Tucked within the northern reaches of the Brecon Beacons National Park, it is as perfect for those looking to celebrate a special occasion as for those seeking unforgettable country adventures together. Only 3 miles from the picturesque market town of Brecon and surrounded by sweeping grounds, days here will be easily filled with long walks through untouched wilderness, red kite spotting from the top of craggy peaks and delicious food served hot in local pubs.
Perfectly combining the winsome quirks of a period property with the luxury of modern refinement, this 15th century manor house appeals to all for its comfort and charm. Proudly showcasing original features like open beams, oak flooring and inglenook fireplaces, each room is a feature in its own right. An important part of any home, the traditional kitchen has been tastefully refreshed to create the perfect space for whipping up group meals. Tuck into hearty repasts in the dining room and share favourite anecdotes, before taking a pew in front of the reception room’s wood burner to chat the night away. When darkness falls, three bedrooms await you for blissful slumber.
Only 2.5 miles from Brecon town and 3 miles from Groesffordd, lots of shops, galleries and eateries are within easy reach of this property. For a leisurely afternoon, Brecon in particular has lots of appeal with its pretty streets, cathedral, and canal. That said, if it’s more adventurous recreation you seek, there is more plenty more to this National Park than meets the eye. In fact, the Brecon Beacons are home to four of the five longest underground limestone cave systems in Britain, the first International Dark-Sky Reserve in Wales and untold miles of footpaths and cycle trails.