Enjoying a rural setting within a small hamlet offering a wealth of walking from your front door, a great base for exploring the National Park’s breath-taking landscapes and surrounding market towns.
Enjoy a relaxing stay in this cosy cottage, ideally situated to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park on foot, by bike or via the many waterways on. You’ll love the characterful features such as the wood burner where you can spend quality time as a family or couple.
As you step into the bright, airy living room you’re welcomed by a sumptuous sofa and an armchair where you can kick back and relax in front of the wood burner for a family film night. Next door, the kitchen/diner is full of charm, with natural wood doors and cabinets as well as an industrial style dining table seating four. Here you can cook up a feast for your loved ones and gather round to make plans for the days ahead. Next door is a utility room with a washing machine and a door through to the downstairs shower room. Upstairs are two stylish double bedrooms looking out over Pen-y-Fan with comfortable beds and homely touches for a restful night's sleep. Completing the property is a neutral tiled family bathroom where you can unwind in the bathtub or refresh ahead of a day of adventures. Outside the property is an enclosed courtyard where you can dine al fresco, cooking up a meal on the charcoal BBQ during the warmer months.
Explore the beauty of the National Park from one of the many varied walking trails in the area, walking to the peak of Pen-y-Fan (9 miles) or taking a gentler stroll right from your doorstep to get to know the village of Pennorth. For a day out, head to the market town of Brecon (5 miles) to marvel at the Georgian architecture and explore the independent shops and cafes or visit Hay-on-Wye (14 miles) to surround yourself with beautiful bookshops and literary history. If you’re looking for an adventure on the water, Llangorse Lake (4 miles) offers a plethora of activities row boating to stand up paddleboarding.