A stonework cottage brimming with traditional character and surrounded by lush private grounds overlooking the River Tawe, this rural hideaway is perfect for a small family or group gathering in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Hike through the rugged mountain terrain and past a glistening valley lake on The Llyn y Fan Fawr Walk, then fire up the charcoal BBQ and enjoy a sizzling al fresco feast in your leafy garden.
Hidden down a quiet country lane, this 1800s property features a welcoming interior with beamed ceilings, a rustic exposed brick wall, and a warm country home feel. Store outdoor gear at the front door then head into the airy farmhouse kitchen with feature tiling and whip up a post-adventure snack board. Tuck into a hearty meal gathered at the wooden table overlooking the garden. After a day of exploring, return to the warmth of the flickering wood burner and kick up weary legs on the comfortable sofas to enjoy a pre-dinner snooze or gather here for an evening tipple. Retreat upstairs and steal a moment of peace on the landing reading nook before turning in for the night. Choose from two well-presented bedrooms, including a double and a twin, each with pretty views across the garden. Early risers can sip their morning coffee and bask in the sun from the patio.
Descend into the mysterious depths of Dan yr Ogof National Showcaves of Wales, 2 miles, and venture through the underground caverns. Spot the local wildlife and the cascading waters of Henrhyd Falls, 5 miles, or follow the gentle circular forest trail surrounding the Usk Resevoir, 13 miles, surrounded by the Black Mountain peaks.