Set in the tranquil village of Trecastle, this stone bungalow is a perfect destination for friends and families at any time of the year, offering a raised terrace where you can enjoy al fresco meals and a warming wood burner for cosy evenings in. After a day exploring the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, you can walk just 500m from the cottage to the village pub, or enjoy the bubbles of your private hot tub.
Climb the steps to the raised terrace and enter via the garden room, where you can leave your coats and shoes. The light-filled kitchen/diner is the heart of the home, and here you’ll have all the appliances and equipment necessary for delicious holiday meals. After supper you can stroll four steps up to the snug and snuggle by the wood burner with a book, or head into the charming lounge, with an ornamental brick fireplace and a Smart TV - just the spot for catching up with a favourite show. The two bedrooms, a double and a twin, both have Smart TVs and are decorated beautifully. They share a family bathroom with a separate bath and shower. The hot tub is located in the lawned garden below your terrace, alongside a dining set and a BBQ, so you can easily spend an entire evening outdoors while the sun goes down and the stars come out.
For a day trip that can be as relaxed or as energetic as you wish, pack a picnic and head to the Usk Reservoir, 4.5 miles, where you can fish, cycle or follow the walking trails. The vibrant market town of Brecon is 12 miles away, and here you’ll find a variety of shops and places to eat, as well as a magnificent cathedral and scenic walks along the canal.