Brimming with period features, this Grade II listed Georgian house in the Brecon Beacons National Park is a great location for larger or extended families looking for a rural retreat.
Set in the quiet village of Myddfai, at the north-west edge of the Brecon Beacons, this striking property makes a superb base for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. Steeped in history, Myddfai boasts an excellent visitor centre, where you will find a cafe, local produce and gifts for sale, a book swap service, a monthly farmers market and occasional events, talks and activities. Usk Reservoir lies within 4 miles of the door, with a number of cross-country walks leading you there from the village, while the red kite feeding centre at Llanddeusant, 5 miles to the south, makes a great excursion for wildlife lovers.
Stepping directly in from the street you are greeted by the period property’s characterful interior. The spacious and comfortable sitting room offers plenty of seating, so you can cosy up on in front of the wood burner and enjoy a movie. Alternatively, you can head to the dining room to share a meal from the well-equipped kitchen, which has everything you need to cook up a feast. Climbing a fairly steep set of stairs you will discover the property’s three bedrooms, comprising one king-size room, a twin room (which can be made up as a super-king on request) and a bunk room that is perfect for younger guests. Each room features wooden beams and stone walls, which provide a touch of period charm.
Outside, there is kerb-side parking for two cars directly in front of the property, while at the rear is a private courtyard garden, which is perfect for dining alfresco, or simply taking a moment to enjoy the tranquillity of the location as the sun goes down.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.