Traditional meets on-trend at this gorgeous group property. It offers incredible views of the Usk Valley and Black Mountains alongside beautiful interiors that include a flexible four-bedroom, four-bathroom layout.
Step through the front door and into a welcoming lounge area where you’ll enjoy laidback evenings in front of the wood burner and Smart TV. Opening out from this traditionally styled space is a contemporary kitchen/diner where there are every chef’s essential items as well as a sofa, second Smart TV and fully glazed floor-to-ceiling doors onto the terrace. A utility room offers storage alongside all the housekeeping must-haves, and there’s also a king-size ground-floor bedroom – accessed via a few steps – with a shower room and a WC. A central wooden staircase leads to three lavish first-floor bedrooms, each of which has wow-factor wallcoverings, luxury bed linens and en-suite facilities. Choose from a twin zip-and-link bedroom with an en-suite free-standing bath and WC, or a king-size room with an en-suite free-standing bath and a WC plus a glass-fronted balcony where you can sit and enjoy uninterrupted valley views. Off a small hallway is a further twin zip-and-link bedroom with a glass-fronted balcony and an en-suite with a free-standing bath, shower and WC; each of the twin room beds can be made up as a super-king on request. Your elevated location within the hillside village of Bwlch delivers commanding views – drink them in from the infinity terrace, where you can unwind with food from the BBQ and, if need be, warmed by the firepit.
Explore the Black Mountains from your doorstep, or stroll to the local pub in Bwlch, just 300 metres away. In neighbouring Llangynidr (2 miles) there’s a shop, eateries and access to the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. The largest lake in South Wales, Llangorse, is 5 miles away for paddleboarding, sailing and windsurfing or, for a change of pace, you could visit market towns Crickhowell (6 miles) and Hay-on-Wye (13 miles).