A cosy retreat, dating back to the 17th century and situated in a village, with shops and a pub, yet also ideally positioned for walks and mountain hikes in the Brecon Beacons.
Sitting in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, escape to this traditional cottage for a romantic rural retreat or a getaway with family. Boasting views across the Usk Valley and Black Mountains, get a glimpse of the adventures which await. Fire up the wood burner-effect electric fire for chilly evenings snuggled up in the cosy lounge or get the BBQ sizzling and enjoy warm evenings dining alfresco on the patio.
Step up and into this cosy cottage where you can sink straight into comfortable sofas to relax and unwind. An exposed brick wall houses an ornamental fireplace where a warming wood burner-effect electric fire now sits, perfect for keeping you toasty after days exploring. The kitchen has everything you need to cook up delicious dinners and is a bright space in which to spend time. Plate up at the smart dining table which comfortably seats four guests so you can enjoy a sociable mealtime and raise a glass. Upstairs, the two bedrooms are treated to fantastic views of the Usk Valley, towards the Sugar Loaf Mountain. Wake up feeling refreshed and head downstairs to the contemporary family bathroom where you can freshen up with a quick shower or soak in the bath before getting ready for the day.
Welcoming your dogs too, you don’t need to travel far to find some of the best walking spots. Throw on a lead and head 5 miles to the largest natural lake in South Wales, Llangorse, or trek 6 miles to the bustling town of Crickhowell where you can refuel for the journey home in one of the dog-friendly pubs. Further afield, make the 16-mile trip to Pen y Fan and summit the highest peak in South Wales for breathtaking panoramic views.