This traditional stone bothy set in the heart of a working farm offers a cosy base that is perfect for couples wanting to enjoy the rugged landscape and many market towns of the Brecon Beacons.
Enjoy a romantic escape to this quaint and unique property tucked into the Welsh countryside, close to Hay-on-Wye, walking routes and a variety of activities. Sleeping two guests and welcoming a well-behaved dog, this is the perfect spot to enjoy your Welsh holiday from.
Enter this stone annexe into an open-plan, contemporary living space. Exposed brick and overhead beams add character to the space, and the furnishings and decor offer a warm welcome. A kitchenette has everything you need to cook breakfast, prepare lunch or create a delicious dinner, before eating together at the dining table. Kick back and relax on the sofas while playing games together or watching the TV. When it's time to get some well-deserved sleep, head up to the cosy double room via the pull-down ladder.
This rural farm is close the hamlet of Painscastle (0.5 miles) that has a delightful country pub. 3.5 miles away is the delightful National Trust owned land, The Begwyns, take a walk and admire the breathtaking views that surround you. Romantic, literary town Hay-on-Wye is 7 miles away, famed for its International Book Festival and plethora of bookstores. You will also find plenty of bars, restaurants, and pubs to keep you occupied. 12 miles south is the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, a haven for cyclists, walkers, and activity seekers. Climb Waun Fach, the highest mountain in the Black Mountains, the hike starts from Castell Dinas (16.5 miles away). If you prefer staying closer to sea level, visit Llangorse Lake (17.5 miles) for fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding.