This remote cottage is located on the edge of Brecon Beacon National Park and sits 1000ft above sea level. The views, location, and setting make it perfect for a romantic getaway.
Retreat to this enchanting 18th-century cottage, about 3 miles from the edge of the Brecon Beacons. Up to six guests, and two dogs, are welcome to stay at the remote property, which sits in an elevated position and offers commanding, panoramic views across the rolling hills of Mid Wales, as well as the Wye Valley and rural Herefordshire. Visit famous Hay, 4 miles away, or head out on foot for long walks along nearby footpaths.
Step into the three-bedroom, stone cottage to find characterful accommodation. Discover the inviting lounge offers a cosy welcome with its low ceilings, exposed beams and revealed stonework. Light the wood burner and settle down in front of the TV and DVD. Spread out into the second lounge to take in the views, fire up another wood burner or gather round the table for meals or games. Find a useful sofa bed in here. Cook delicious dinners in the kitchen, with its electric oven, with ceramic hob, microwave and fridge/freezer, as well as dishwasher and washing machine. There is even a food processor. Find your bathroom, which has a bath with shower over, downstairs then make your way up to the first floor to your bedrooms. Walk through the first twin bedroom to the second twin room, which is perfect for children, and a double bedroom. Enjoy the magnificent views from the delightful garden. Light the BBQ and have supper while soaking up the scenery.
Follow footpaths close to the cottage and explore your picturesque surroundings. Walk approximately 3 miles to see Arthur’s Stone, a Neolithic chambered tomb, dating back to 3,700 BC, and with views of the Golden Valley. Walk or drive the 4 miles into Hay to browse in its many bookshops and galleries or to eat out in a pub, cafe or restaurant.
Find plenty of parking at the property but access is via the shared track which is a steep and fairly rough stone farm track, some drivers might prefer to park in the lower off-road parking area and walk up.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.