A large property ideal for groups of eight people, especially families, situated very close to walking routes with stunning panoramic views from every window.
Sitting majestically in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this wonderful bolthole boasts breathtaking views in every direction. Welcoming family, friends, little ones, and dogs too, you can all adventure the day away before enjoying some peace and quiet and sociable dinner times. The large, enclosed garden is perfect for al fresco sundowner BBQs, games of fetch, and for young guests to play safely to their heart’s content.
Arrive at this home from home and leave muddy boots and leads in the handy utility room. Head back through to the kitchen where spectacular views across peaks and mountains might distract you from cooking, though with plenty of space for everyone to help prepare meals, you’ll be sure to rustle up something delicious. Dine together at the charming dining table or outside on the patio, or get the BBQ sizzling, if the sun is shining, and spend your whole evening in the fresh air. After days out exploring, you can put your feet up in the cosy lounge. The coal-effect gas fire promises to keep you toasty warm as you relax with a book or switch the TV on for some light entertainment. Make your way upstairs to rest your head in one of three bedrooms, two of which are family rooms each with a double bed and a single bed. The family rooms boast terrific views and all rooms are relaxing spaces in which to doze off. The family bathroom also offers panoramic views.
A mile from home, follow the Hill Gate footpath which leads you up the peaks of some of the outstanding Brecon Beacons. Pen-y-Fan is 4 miles away, Cribyn is 3 miles, and Corn Du is a 4-mile walk. The bustling town of Brecon is just 2.5 miles from your door so you can explore the village and grab a bite to eat.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.