Beautifully converted wing of a Welsh Longhouse near the River Wye and the Begwyn Hills with panoramic countryside views.
A wonderful retreat for families, friends and canine companions who share a love of the great outdoors, call this converted Welsh longhouse home and escape to the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Stroll straight from your door or head further afield and summit the peaks and mountains nearby for awesome views. Large grounds and a fun games barn promise to keep you entertained.
Set in the east wing of a charming 16th-century home, this humble abode is one of three properties on-site which share the play barn, fenced meadow and utility room. Make new friends and challenge guests to a game of table tennis, or chat whilst you dump muddy boots and leads in the handy utility room. Inside, the open-plan living space is perfect for sociable evenings which you can spend relaxing on comfortable sofas in the bright lounge. Exposed beams and far-reaching views make the kitchen a relaxing and characterful space in which to rustle up meals which can be plated up al fresco on your private patio, or at the dining table which sits near large windows. Enjoy a soak before bed in the ground-floor family bathroom before heading upstairs where you can find two charming bedrooms with sloping ceilings.
A quick 15-mile trip will take you to the largest natural lake in South Wales, Llangorse, where you can stay dry and enjoy a stroll and a game of fetch or visit the activity centre for a fun day out. The peaceful village of Clyro is 2 miles from your door and the renowned literary town of Hay-on-Wye is slightly further away at 3 miles and is home to many a bookshop, two Norman castles and a plethora of pubs and restaurants.