This Grade 2* listed property steeped in history and stunning views is set within the vibrant village of Grosmont, simply perfect for exploring the rugged beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Showcasing beautiful original features throughout, this exceptional Grade II 17th-century house is located in Grosmont, which is said to be one of the most beautiful villages in Britain. Sleeping eight people across five bedrooms and welcoming three canine companions, this elegant property is steeped in history and is a big hit with large families or groups of friends who want to get away from it all and stay in an utterly unique, impressive property.
You can’t help but feel immersed in history the second you set eyes on this property. An ancient oak front entrance carved with ‘1673’ – complete with its own colossal iron key – welcomes you into this medieval Welsh cottage. Step inside and you’ll find yourself surrounded by antiques, original oil paintings and wooden beams. Cook up a feast in the contemporary-style kitchen and dine together at the large table in the dining area. Alternatively, step outside into the garden and fire up the BBQ. After dinner, chill out around the fire pit in the garden, head indoors to relax in front of the inglenook fireplace in the living room, or enjoy a game of pool or snooker in the games’ room while the kids head off to the playroom. At the end of the day climb the wooden spiral staircase and you’ll five impressive bedrooms to choose from.
The romantic ruins of Grosmont Castle (0.2 miles) are on your doorstep. Built in the early 13th-century, a stroll around its ruins is sure to fire your historic imagination. Drive just 6.5 miles and you’ll find yourself in the splendour of Brecon Beacons National Park. While you’re there, make a pit-stop at the Sugar Loaf Vineyard (11 miles) and sample some local wine or cheese.