This beautifully presented one-bedroom cottage with country charm, enjoys a quiet spot at the edge of the national park with easy access to the many walks and trails.
Escape to this romantic cottage for two, tucked away in a picturesque location, near Pennorth, and set within the grounds of the owner’s property. Drive 2.5 miles to Llangorse Lake, with its opportunities for water sports and outdoor activities. Take a contented canine with you and set his tail wagging with long walks straight from home. Return to the cottage to light the wood burner and bask in its glow or to sit out on the balcony or in the garden as the sun goes down.
Open the front door to this pretty cottage and step into an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Throw open the French doors on warm, summer days. Fire up the wood burner when it’s chilly and settle down in front of the TV. Wander through to the kitchen area at mealtimes to find it has an electric cooker with induction hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Dine together at the table or outside in the fresh air. Find the shower room at ground-floor level and the bedroom, with its king-size bed, on the floor above. Discover this enchanting room, with its sloping ceiling, benefits from a door on to the balcony. Take your cup of tea out here in the morning. Spend time out in the lawned garden, where you can enjoy a few pages of your book as you soak up the sunshine on the bench.
Explore the Brecon Beacons from your location right on the edge of the national park. Walk for either 1 or 3 miles, depending on your energy levels, for refreshment in a country pub. Drive 7 miles to walking routes up Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, or 5 miles to amble through Brecon, with its many colourful shops, and perhaps to dine out in a café or restaurant.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.