Ideal for walkers, anglers, cyclists and horse-riders, this delightful cottage makes a charming holiday home for a couple seeking a quiet spot just a mile from the pretty cathedral town of Brecon.
This two-person cottage is a picturesque bolthole perfect for all those looking to break the rhythm of everyday life for a while. Set in peaceful grounds, it has the unique advantage of a private location yet is only 0.5 miles from Brecon market town. Perfect for leisurely mornings sandwiched between the sheets, afternoons exploring the wild surrounds of the Brecon Beacons National Park and evenings wining and dining in the town, everyone from keen walkers to culture-lovers to seasoned adventurers will be in their element here.
A pretty, stone-built cottage, the traditional, flower-laced façade of this property is a welcome sight upon arrival. Stepping inside, you will find yourself drawn to the lounge/diner, where comfortable sofas are arranged around a log burner-effect electric fire and a TV. For meals at home after walks in the hills, a well-equipped gallery kitchen houses all the appliances and utensils you could need for hearty feasts, ready to be served at the dining table or the outside table. A great set up for friends, the cottage’s bedroom comes with two single beds and there is a shower room complete with a warming shower too. For cyclists, the property’s bike storage is a real bonus.
With miles of spectacular countryside to explore, the area rewards explorers with gorgeous walks, historic sites, craggy peaks, and beautiful lakes. Visit the remains of an Iron Age fort at Pen-y-Crug (2 miles), picnic on the shores of Llangorse Lake (8 miles) on fine days and when the weather turns, tour Brecon’s museum and cathedral. For equestrians looking to explore the local bridleways, there is grazing available for up to two horses, whilst for bikers, there are great cycle trails including the Taff Trail and Lôn Las Cymru that you can pick up nearby.