Offering splendid far-reaching rural views of woodlands and pasture, this tasteful and relaxing property has been imaginatively converted from a former stable to make a welcoming family holiday home.
The property is close to the River Usk and has dramatic views of Tor y Foel mountain as it rises beyond the farm. This is a fantastic base for exploring the Usk Valley and the Black Mountains, with many beautiful walks right from the doorstep. The nearby villages of Bwlch (2 miles) and Llangynidr (4 miles) have some welcoming pubs serving excellent food. The bustling market towns of Crickhowell and Brecon are both nearby (8 miles). There are plenty of activities to take part in locally including canoeing, tennis, swimming, birdwatching, golf, horse riding, mountain biking and sailing. Popular attractions and landmarks include Tretower Castle (5.5 miles), Llangorse Lake (6.5 miles) and Cantref Adventure Farm (7.5 miles).
This pretty property features a spacious, light and relaxing lounge which makes an ideal space for all the family to unwind in. With plenty of seating and a TV, the lounge is perfect for everyone to sit back and enjoy a movie or chat about the day. The attractive kitchen is equipped with a range double oven, microwave, fridge and freezer so you can prepare all your favourite family meals which you can enjoy in the light, quarry-tiled dining room. The ground floor also features a quarry-tiled utility room with a washing machine and dishwasher, as well as a handy shower room complete with shower and WC. Going upstairs, you will find three cosy, bright and tastefully decorated bedrooms. There’s a charming twin room, a lovely single room and a pretty super-king-size room which has an en-suite bathroom complete with bath and WC. Please note: these bedrooms are set in the eaves of the house, with beautiful exposed oak beams and quite low sloping ceilings.
Heading outside, the cottage has a large garden with plenty of space for children to play. You can enjoy a BBQ and other al fresco meals at the picnic benches, and take in the beautiful views across the farmland with its grazing horses, sheep and cattle. The area is also a haven for wildlife and the estate features many delightful country walks. Ample parking is also available.