Formerly the vicar’s coach house, this bright and inviting property has been imaginatively converted to make a cosy, romantic getaway for two, and offers stunning views across the Brecon Beacons.
The property is set along a private drive and is opposite the Norman church of St Cynog in the tiny hamlet of Merthyr Cynog. Red kites can be seen in the area, and there are miles of breathtaking walks nearby including the Epynt Way. Set on the outskirts of the Brecon Beacons, local attractions include the remains of the ancient fort at Pen-y Crug (7 miles), Crychan Forest (20 miles), Pen y Fan (14 miles) and the Usk Reservoir (20 miles). The pretty cathedral town of Brecon (8 miles) has plenty of great independent shops, pubs and restaurants. This is also an ideal base for guests attending events at the Royal Welsh Showground in nearby Builth Wells (11 miles).
Stepping into this light and attractive holiday property, the charming lounge is a great space for you to relax in at the end of a great day, and features exposed beams and stonework, a contemporary wood burner, comfortable sofa and SkyTV with DVD. The stylish kitchen/diner has a range of useful equipment including a large American-style fridge and freezer, induction hob, double oven, microwave, dishwasher and coffee machine. There’s also a pretty dining area for you to share a romantic meal. The nearby utility room houses the washing machine and tumble dryer. Going upstairs, you will find the coolly decorated bedroom, which has a double bed, TV, exposed oak beams and an en-suite shower room complete with a triple-sized shower and WC.
From the lounge, double doors lead out to the large patio area which features an outdoor dining space so you can enjoy a meal or a glass of wine al fresco. Off-road parking is available outside the cottage. The property is next to the Old Vicarage where the owner runs an artisan bakery – bread making courses are available by arrangement with the owner.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.