A beautiful whitewashed cottage situated on a 125-acre farm with ponies, horses and free range poultry. With 360 degree views of the stunning rolling hillside, this property sleeps four and is ideal for small families or couples looking for a rural retreat.
Gaze out across the verdant countryside and look over the river from this holiday home for four guests, which is set on a farm near Rhandirmwyn, in West Wales. Offering single-storey accommodation, and also welcoming one four-legged friend, the two-bedroom stone retreat, is perfectly placed for long walks, wildlife watching and venturing into the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park.
Open the front door to this well-presented cottage and enjoy the airy, open-plan living it offers. Find its kitchen has everything you need to prepare hearty holiday meals, with its four-ring hob, oven and microwave. Relax in the spacious lounge area, with its high vaulted ceiling, soft seating and wall-mounted TV with Freeview. Play a DVD in here, read your book or plan the following day’s activities; at mealtimes, serve up at the table. At the end of a busy day, make your way through to the bedrooms: one has a double bed and the other comes with twin beds. Wake up to views over the valley or the garden and orchard. The family bathroom is fitted with a bath, with shower above. On warm mornings, take breakfast out on the private terrace and in the evening light the BBQ. Any children will also enjoy the garden and orchard, which is shared with neighbours. Find generous parking at the inviting holiday home.
Head out on walks from this 125-acre farm, where you can see horses and ponies out in the fields. Also look out for red kits as you go. Bird-watchers might also like to visit the RSPB Dinas Bird Reserve, 3 miles away. Head into the market town of Llandovery, 5 miles away, to browse in independent shops or to enjoy a meal out. Closer to home, the hamlet of Rhandirmwyn has two pubs, a café and a village shop.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.