A handsome holiday home, marrying period character with comfort and offering exceptional access to the bustling cathedral town, as well as to the scenic Brecon Beacons.
Escape your everyday routine and make yourself at home in this welcoming bolthole. Perfect for that post-adventure cup of tea, or a cosy family day by the wood burner, find your spot and put your feet up for some rest and relaxation. Sitting on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, in the charming town of Brecon, you won’t have to travel far to find peaks, pubs, and picturesque views. The spacious rooms and sweeping lawn will whisk you right into holiday mode from the moment you arrive.
Backed by rolling hills and lush landscapes, this peaceful dwelling has a light and airy, yet cosy and comfortable feel. Climb the steps and make your way inside where you are welcomed by inviting sofas, a warming wood burner for chilly days, and French doors. Enjoy quality time in the lounge where you can snuggle up with a book or switch on the TV and lose yourself in your favourite programme. Light floods in through the French doors with far-reaching views across the trees and hills beyond. Cook up a storm in the kitchen and get the wood burner roaring, before plating up at the table and raising a glass to the great outdoors. When it’s time to rest your head, head upstairs where you will find the super-king-size bedroom and the twin room.
The cottage sits in the bustling market town of Brecon with its majestic cathedral, Brecon Canal basin, and a handful of delicious eateries. Make your way into the national park and summit Pen y Fan (6 miles), visit the largest natural lake in South Wales, Llangorse (8.5 miles), or treat the little ones and plan a family day out to Cantref Adventure Farm (4 miles).