A canal side property right by the water’s edge, this delightful cottage couldn’t be more perfectly placed for enjoying all that the Brecon Beacons National Park has to offer.
Situated on the banks of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, this charming cottage occupies a wonderful waterside location in the centre of market town, Brecon. With the Brecon Beacons National Park on your doorstep, guests can immerse themselves in the rural tranquillity with relaxing walks in the countryside. At the end of a busy day, you can unwind in the unique sunroom overlooking the canal and watch the world go by. Its convenient location allows guests to make the most of the shops, eateries and facilities in the town, whilst still enjoying the peaceful location.
Tastefully decorated, this delightful cottage’s neutral tones make it feel light and airy throughout. Clean and modern, there’s everything you’ll need for a comfortable stay, including a wood burner for that cosy feeling on colder evenings. In warmer months, the enclosed garden next to the canal is an ideal spot for a morning coffee or an alfresco meal. With one double and one king-size bedroom, this property would suit families or couples (and one well-behaved dog) looking to explore the beautiful Welsh countryside.
Tucked away on the northern edge of the National Park, Brecon is brimming with historical interest, including its cathedral, art deco cinema and connections with famous figures such as Anne Boleyn. If you’re looking for a more challenging walk, South Wales’ highest peak, Pen-y-Fan, is only 6 miles away, and it boasts impressive views from the top. If you prefer cycling, you can head along the Taff Trail or the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal towpath, which also makes a wonderful setting for a relaxing stroll. There is also the opportunity to hire mountain bikes nearby. For outdoor enthusiasts, you can also enjoy a spot of trout/salmon fishing, wildlife trails through woods or paddleboarding or kayaking on Llangorse Lake (7 miles).