Enjoying a peaceful location and close to Brecon’s vibrant town centre, this charming cottage makes a perfect base for couples wanting to get out and explore the Brecon Beacons. Situated near the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Welsh town of Brecon is the ideally located for lovers of the outdoors. As well as its Georgian architecture, you can follow Captain's Walk to see the remains of Brecon's medieval walls or visit The Royal Welsh Regimental Museum at Brecon Barracks. Take advantage of good weather to cruise the canal that links Brecon with Newport. The area is steeped in history with some of Europe’s finest surviving castles, Brecon Castle (0.5 miles) overlooking the River Usk, Abergavenny Castle (20.6 miles) and Crickhowell Castle (14 miles) set against the spectacular hills. Local attractions include The Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon Iron Works (both 24 miles) and the National Showcaves Centre (19 miles).
Enjoying a peaceful location within a terrace of character cottages, step inside this property and into the cosy lounge that’s is simply perfect for relaxing after a long day exploring. There’s a warming wood burner for chilly evenings, and a Smart TV for your favourite film. Furnishings include a comfortable sofa and armchair, a collection of interesting reads for a rainy day and maps ready for you to plan your next adventure. An open access into a well-equipped kitchen/diner offers everything you may need for your stay or to rustle up a romantic picnic, there’s also a dining table for two if you chose to eat in. Upstairs, guests can enjoy a peaceful night’s rest in the welcoming double bedroom complete with an en suite shower room and WC.
Outside, you’ll find a lovely, enclosed garden where you can relax whilst enjoying the afternoon sun. The garden features a BBQ, table and chairs making it the perfect setting for a spot of al fresco dining.