Steeped in history this cottage was built in the 19th century and maintains its rustic charm with many original features including exposed beams. Escape to the mountains from footpaths that twist and turn close to your door.
Located in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this 19th-century cottage is a great base for adventure-filled family holidays. One of four properties which can be booked together, it boasts charm and space both inside and out, with a cosy wood burner in the spacious lounge and large enclosed paddock providing a safe space for dogs and children. Explore the national park on foot, bicycle or horseback, or take to the water on Llangorse Lake before returning for a hearty meal in the village pub.
Brimming with charm, this period property has been tastefully modernised while retaining plenty of original features including exposed beams, wooden flooring, original windows and a charming fireplace. The kitchen is light and airy with plenty of workspace and a central dining table. At the end of a busy day, fire up the wood burner in the lounge and settle in for a cosy evening of TV, film or games with the family while your canine companion dozes happily beside the fire. When it's time for bed, climb the stairs to reach the family bedroom and the twin room, as well as a family bathroom. In the morning, step outside to dine alfresco in the garden or run around with the dog in the enclosed paddock.
Keen walkers should head straight for Pen y Fan (5.5 miles), the highest mountain in southern Britain, which rewards its climbers with breathtaking panoramic views. Meanwhile, water sports enthusiasts will enjoy a day on Llangorse Lake (11.5 miles), where waterskiing, kayaking, boating and windsurfing can all be enjoyed. Browse the independent shops, cafes and restaurants of the bustling market town of Brecon (5.5 miles) or pop to the local pub at Libanus (1 mile) for a restorative bite to eat after an energetic day.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.