Walk from the door in to the Begwyn Hills, and enjoy the far-reaching views of the Black Mountains from the terrace of this quaint log cabin, nestled high in the hills above the small village of Clyro.
With walking, cycling, hiking and pony trekking in abundance, there is something for every level of adventurer. Those who prefer to paddle on the water will enjoy the close proximity to the River Wye & River Usk; take a rod for some fishing or hire a canoe in nearby Glasbury. The Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains are in full view, with dramatic hills to climb and spectacular vistas to enjoy. Visit Brecon en-route to Pen y Fan, the largest peak in South Wales, or immerse yourselves in Welsh cultural history with a visit to one of many historic houses, gardens and castles, such as the Tretower Court and Castle. Walk half a mile to the pub in Clyro, the perfect end to a busy day.
Designed for socialising in comfort and style, the spacious open-plan living space is perfect for everyone to relax together. With the doors opening onto the terrace for you to enjoy when the weather is warm. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Gather around the pine dining table to enjoy a home-cooked meal, and afterwards, retire to the sofas in the lounge area which surround the big traditional wood burner. Settle down for an evening film, play a board game or even better, have a relaxing snooze by the flickering flames. The master bedroom has a king-size bed and boasts an en-suite bathroom with a shower. There is a further king-size bed in a smaller room, and a single bedroom. The main bathroom has a bath.
The enclosed garden is surrounded by lush fields and far-reaching views with plenty of space to explore and run around in. Settle on the terrace with a glass of wine and watch the children potter about, before indulging in a spot of al fresco dining at the picnic table.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.