Perfect for exploring the Black Mountains, this traditional picture-book whitewashed stone cottage provides cosy accommodation for a family or couple looking for an idyllic Welsh countryside retreat.
Pairing traditional cottage elements with a contemporary and homely interior, this stunning holiday cottage promises to tick each and every box for your stay in the Brecon Beacons. Benefiting from antique-style furniture and bright and cheery bedrooms, find space for four guests, be it a small family or two couples, to travel together. Take in the far-reaching countryside surrounding you with man’s best friend, bringing two dogs along for the stay too.
Fall in love with this whitewashed cottage on a quiet country lane from the moment you arrive. Inside, the ground floor boasts a cosy space for four guests to make themselves at home. Despite traditional surroundings, the kitchen is a well-equipped and modern room with everything you need, whilst a generous dining table welcomes celebratory meals together. In the evening, throw some logs on the wood burner and settle into the lounge, making the most of Sky TV so that you don’t miss your favourite shows. Upstairs, find two bedrooms hidden in the rafters, with low sloped ceilings and timber floors adding to the authenticity of this delightful cottage.
Despite its solitary location, the village of Cwmdu promises a local pub for effortless dining, just 0.5 miles away. Put on your walking boots to take in the countless routes around you, with the property benefiting from a central location in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Alternatively, guests with younger visitors may prefer a trip to a local Activity Centre (5 miles) for climbing and pony trekking or fishing on the nearby River Usk (3 miles). Those hoping for a less strenuous break will enjoy trips to the local towns of Crickhowell (5 miles), Abergavenny (10 miles) or Hay-on-Wye (14.5 miles).