Weeks from £736
- Short Breaks from £552
- Bedrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 8
- 2 Bathroom(s)
- 3 Toilet(s)
- 2 Dog(s) welcome (£20/pet)
This 16th century farmhouse is one of the most sensitively and tastefully restored farmhouses I have come across, yet is still very comfortable and warm. The owners who live next door, have restored the house with great love and attention and a great deal of time devoted to ensuring that the restoration is as true as possible. The ancient beams, flag stone floors, great open fireplace, old renovated radiators and floorboards, stone walls and original oak crooked stairs, windows with shutters and oak doors all add to the experience and make this a fascinating place to stay. With a sunny garden with terrace, a summer house at the top of the garden to catch the views, a sundial, lovely big BBQ, garden furniture and well kept flower beds and lawns; there are lovely views from all the windows over the stream with the little waterfall and across the valley to the forest and hillside. Many walks straight from the door.
Cottage information - Sleeps 8, 4 bedrooms
Farmhouse kitchen with handmade oak kitchen units and black granite work surface, Belfast sink, large Range Cooker with gas hob, griddle and an electric oven; a larder fridge, microwave, dishwasher and a lovely oak Welsh Dresser. Down a flight of stone steps to the cellar where there is a second fridge and a freezer, washing machine (tumble dryer available).
There is also a further sink and a toilet.
A long oak dining table sits 8 comfortably beneath a beautiful antique chandelier. Many original features include flagstone floors, ancient beams and a great open fireplace with the original "crane" for hanging the "water fountain" with the old kettle over the fire and the slate back. The sitting room (or parlour, as it would have been known) has a large stone fireplace with a very efficient woodburning stove, comfy sofas and chairs, Freeview TV and DVD.
Up original oak (fairly steep) stairs to the first floor.
Bedroom 1: Large room with a double bed, an open fireplace, a wash basin and great oak beams.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds
Family Bathroom: With a freestanding "roll top" bath, a handbasin and toilet
Up a further flight of steep stairs to a shower room with large shower cubicle, handbasin and toilet
Bedroom 3: Twin beds
Bedroom 4: Again a very large family bedroom with a quite low central "cruck" beam, a double bed and two french-style "Day Beds" - these are suitable only as seating or sleeping for small children as required, there is also a wash basin.
The closest pub and village shop and garage and a thriving cattle market is either Sennybridge 2.5 miles or a lovely village pub called The Shoemakers Arms - 4.5 miles. Llandovery and Brecon are both 11 miles, Swansea 30 minutes and Cardiff 45 minutes.
Learn more about Brecon here.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Sophie, Jess or Ceri
- Enclosed Garden
- High Chair
- Pets Welcome
- Walks from the door
- Washing Machine
- Woodburner/ open fire
- Working Farm
Brecon is a beautiful cathedral town with views of the majestic mountains all around. We've got over 150 holiday cottages in and around Brecon, whether you're looking for a group getaway or a romantic retreat; a town house or a rural farm, we've got the perfect cottage for you.
2017 - 2018 Prices (weeks/3 days)
DatePer week3 Days
- 24 Feb - 30 Mar 2017:£736£552
- 31 Mar - 6 Apr 2017:£781£586
- 7 Apr - 20 Apr 2017:£919£689
- 21 Apr - 25 May 2017:£781£586
- 26 May - 1 Jun 2017:£1012£759
- 2 Jun - 20 Jul 2017:£781£586
- 21 Jul - 31 Aug 2017:£919£689
- 1 Sep - 19 Oct 2017:£781£586
- 20 Oct - 26 Oct 2017:£919£689
- 27 Oct - 21 Dec 2017:£736£552
- New Year:£1012--------
- 1 Jan - 11 Jan 2018:£-
- 12 Jan - 8 Feb 2018:£-
- 9 Feb - 15 Feb 2018:£-
- 16 Feb - 29 Mar 2018:£-