Set on a beautiful 16-acre working farm with chickens and alpacas, this friendly, spacious and welcoming 16th-century holiday cottage has been lovingly updated to provide cosy family accommodation.
Enjoy a break at this appealing, two-bedroom cottage, on a working farm, near Pengenffordd, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Go hill-walking, cycling and wildlife-watching or light the wood burner at this carefully renovated property, which dates back to the 17th century and sleeps up to four. Soak up the sunshine in the private garden or watch the alpacas cavorting in the field opposite.
Step inside this Welsh country home and settle yourself in the inviting lounge, with its beamed, vaulted ceiling, and natural wood. On chilly evenings fire up the wood burner, then switch on the TV to watch Sky or a DVD. Prepare meals in the modern kitchen, fitted with an electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Make a fresh cup of coffee and enjoy it in the conservatory-style dining room as you gaze out across the leafy garden. Take a couple of steps down to a handy WC and discover one of your bedrooms, with twin beds, also at ground-floor level. Make your way upstairs to your other bedroom, which has a double bed and low, sloping ceiling, and is filled with light. The family bathroom, which also has a low ceiling, is on the first floor too, and has a bath, hand-held shower, handbasin and WC. Wander into the garden on warm days; light the BBQ and absorb the tranquillity. Find plenty of parking at the cottage.
Plan walks and cycle rides from the front door of the cottage. Go fishing, sailing or kayaking at Llangorse Lake, 5 miles away, or visit Tretower Court and Castle, 6 miles away. Drive 3 miles to Talgarth to shop for local produce; find more shops and restaurants in Crickhowell, 9 miles away, and head 12 miles into Hay-on-Wye to explore its many bookshops.