A quintessential farmhouse set in large gardens, with wood burner and original features, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Part of a small complex of delightful holiday properties, this quintessential rural farmhouse is set in a wonderful location in the Brecon Beacons. Featuring a private hot tub, traditional warming wood burner and original features including ceiling beams and exposed stonework, this spacious and beautifully updated property provides idyllic accommodation for eight guests. Perfect for families and groups of friends, this charming, whitewashed property is set in a superb location with a glorious backdrop of open fields and distant hills, making it a fantastic holiday base for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.
With exposed beams, tiled floor and original low windows, the country-style kitchen is the heart of the house and is a fantastic space to gather round the traditional farmhouse table, enjoy a family meal and plan the day’s activities. There are two cosy lounges, each with a TV, comfortable seating and quaint original features including a traditional wood burner. Stairs lead up to the four tastefully decorated and comfortable bedrooms: two king-size and two doubles. Heading outside, the pretty garden has an extensive lawn with glorious views. You can also relax in the private hot tub.
From the doorstep there are miles of wonderful walks, hikes and bike trails to suit all abilities, with the highest peak in South Wales, Pen y Fan, in the east (15 miles). Local attractions include the pretty Crai Reservoir, a popular spot for fly-fishing (3.5 miles), the Red Kite Feeding Station (10 miles), the Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary (13 miles) and the National Showcaves Centre for Wales (8.5 miles). You can also head to Ystradfellte which is known for its caves and waterfalls (13.5 miles). The villages of Defynnog (4.5 miles) and Sennybridge (4 miles) have some welcoming pubs, or you can explore the popular cathedral town of Brecon (12.5 miles).