Lovingly converted 16th-century coach house in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, overlooking patchwork fields of the Usk Valley and located on a remote working farm.
Enjoy a sumptuous stay at this gorgeous former coach house, which dates back to the 1500s and captures panoramic views across the Usk Valley. Situated near Sennybridge, in the northern swathe of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the two-bedroom stone property sleeps up to six and is perfect for walking, cycling and other outdoor activities.
Enter to find accommodation designed to offer a high level of comfort. Discover the kitchen, for example, with its double range-style oven, microwave, dishwasher, large fridge and freezer, offers ample space for preparing superb holiday feasts. Set the table in the lounge/diner, switch on the wood burner effect electric fire in the impressive stone fireplace, then, after dinner, recline on the comfortable seating to watch TV. Find one of the bedrooms at ground-floor level too. This has a king-size bed and spacious en-suite wet room, with shower, WC and handbasin. Head upstairs to your other bedroom, with its sloping ceilings, king-size bed and single bed. There is also a family bathroom, with shower, WC and handbasin. Both bedrooms are a good size, with ample storage and a TV. On warm days, soak up the scenery and perhaps light the BBQ out on the private patio. The property shares a separate utility room, with washing machine and tumble dryer, with another holiday home. There is also secure space for bicycles, canoes and other outdoor equipment, as well as generous parking.
Spend time in the country town of Sennybridge, 2 miles away, with its pubs and pottery, or head into Brecon, 7 miles away, to pick up local produce or enjoy a cup of tea and Welsh cake in a cafe. Go cycling or walking straight from home or plan a day out hiking up Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, 10 miles away.