Romantic hideaway in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. One of three properties located on a working farm with livestock roaming the estate and fishing available in the River Crai on-site.
A picture-perfect bolthole, this two-person cottage in Crai is ideal for exploring Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons National Park. Located on a 220-acre working farm, the property is surrounded by sprawling fields and scenic rural landscape, perfect for those looking for a peaceful escape. Get out on invigorating country walks, head to the local village of Sennybridge (3 miles) for a meal in the pub and return to hunker down on the sofa with a book, enjoying a relaxing getaway.
One of three lovingly converted cottages, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom property is just right for solo escapes and romantic hideaways. Quirky, country decor throughout will make you feel at home. The heart of the cottage, the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is accessed via a step down and is a cosy space for perusing local maps and reading books. For meals in, the pretty kitchen has everything you could need for rustling up feasts, including an oven and hob. And, if you get muddy on your explorations, there is even a washing machine too. For other gear and extra food, a secure outhouse stores a freezer and has room for bikes and outdoor kit.
For days when you just feel like lighting up the BBQ and relaxing with a cool drink, this cottage has a small patio space to the front with BBQ and outdoor seating. Other days, you can branch out to explore the Welsh countryside, from the picturesque valleys to the national park’s highest mountain, Pen y Fan (14.5 miles). Brecon (14 miles) has lots of restaurants, shops and cafés as well as a castle, museum and canal walk. For a completely different side of the National Park, the National Showcaves Centre (7.5 miles) is ideal for underground adventures.