This former game keeper’s cottage is brimming with lavish home comforts such as roaring fires and elegant interiors, providing an enchanting base for special staycations.
Full of character and home comforts, this historic cottage provides an enchanting base for exploring the Wye Valley with family and four-legged friends. Trek through ancient woodland and stunning valleys or take to the water as you visit beautiful Llangorse Lake, the largest natural lake in South Wales (11 miles). Afterwards, return home to dine alfresco in the garden, relax beside the roaring wood burner or indulge in a long hot soak in the roll-top bath.
Inside, this former gamekeeper’s cottage is brimming with charm throughout. The lounge/diner is cosy and welcoming with its inglenook fireplace, Welsh dresser and exposed stone wall – the perfect place to warm up after long chilly walks. The kitchen, meanwhile, is light and bright with modern units and views over the garden. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms – two double rooms and a single room – as well as a luxurious bathroom complete with a roll-top bath. Stepping outside, the pretty terraced garden with a large lawn area offers a safe haven for dogs and children to play and explore, while grown-ups enjoy a cup of coffee on the patio.
Studded within the Wye Valley, this picturesque property enjoys a peaceful position within easy reach of the popular towns of Brecon (12 miles), Hay-on-Wye (10 miles) and Builth Wells (9 miles) – each of which boasts a quaint selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. A haven for walkers, the ancient woodland at Llangoed Common is just 1.5 miles away, while the wonderful Brecon Beacons National Park begins just 6 miles to the south. Continuing south, Llangorse Lake is a popular destination for walking, fishing, boating, picnicking and even waterskiing.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.