A magnificent stone Welsh longhouse that sleeps up to five people, this cottage offers total peace and tranquillity with scenic rural surroundings.
Located on a 220-acre farm, this stunning stone-built Welsh longhouse provides idyllic holiday accommodation for five guests. Set in a remote, tranquil, and beautiful part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this spacious, traditional, and tastefully decorated cottage makes a fantastic holiday base for families and couples. Retaining many original features including slate flooring, oak beams, and an inglenook fireplace, this is a perfect base for walkers, climbers, and nature lovers. The cottage is surrounded by organic farmland, with streams, pools, and woodland to explore, with chances to spot red kites, buzzards, deer and Welsh ponies.
Stepping into this adorable cottage you will find the gorgeous lounge which features comfortable seating, exposed beams, and a cosy wood burner. The country-style kitchen/diner has a range of equipment, a solid oak dining table and a seating area overlooking the surrounding farmland. The ground floor also has a pretty, light-filled garden room, as well as a large wet room. The first floor offers three tastefully decorated bedrooms: a double, a twin and a single, as well as a charming family bathroom. Heading outside via the French doors, you will find a sheltered and enclosed garden with outdoor furniture, providing a lovely spot to relax in at the end of a great day.
Fantastic walks are available from the doorstep, with local attractions and landmarks including Usk Reservoir (10 miles), the National Showcaves Centre for Wales (8.5 miles), the Red Kite Feeding Station (12.5 miles) and the peak of Pen y Fan (15.5 miles). The nearby villages of Defynnog (4.5 miles) and Sennybridge (5.5 miles) provide a great choice of friendly pubs for you to relax in. Also within easy reach is the bustling cathedral town of Brecon (14 miles) which has a variety of independent shops, welcoming pubs, and a variety of restaurants.