Charming cottage on the rugged western fringes of the Brecon Beacons National Park - perfectly placed for hiking, cycling, and social fun together.
Settle into your stay at this appealing stone cottage, which nestles in undulating, wooded countryside less than 1 mile from the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Up to four guests are welcome at the inviting, two-bedroom, holiday home, which is part of a Welsh farmhouse dating back to the 16th century.
Make your way into this beautifully finished cottage, which is set next to the owners’ accommodation. Find an open-plan lounge/diner with a beautiful, heavily beamed ceiling and great stone inglenook fireplace. Unwind in front of a roaring wood burner and perhaps the TV, which has Freeview; dine together or play games round the table and chat about the day’s adventures. Take two stone steps into the kitchen to find an electric oven and induction hob, a fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, and dishwasher, to enable you to prepare delicious meals. Venture up the steep, cottage-style stairs, to the first floor, where both bedrooms are situated. One of these has a twin beds, while the other features a double bed. Find a stylish shower room at this level too. Make the most of the outdoor space at this superb holiday home, which includes an enclosed courtyard garden and additional woodland areas, with leafy views, to be found beside a stream, beyond a farm track. The BBQ hut is also available to be enjoyed by guests by prior agreement.
Head 2.5 miles into the pretty village of Trecastle, with its early 11th-century Norma motte and bailey, for a pub lunch, or visit Sennybridge, the same distance away. For more shops, cafes, restaurants and a farmers’ market, venture into Brecon, 11 miles away. Plan day trips in the national park, hiking, mountain biking or indulging in a range of water sports.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.