This lovely, converted cattle shed is located on a working farm. It sleeps up to five people and boasts an elevated and rural position with panoramic views over the Brecon Beacons.
Set in rural splendour just 4 miles from the pretty village of Llangorse, this charming stone cottage is perfect for those with a love of the outdoors and sleeps five guests across two bedrooms. Bask in the panoramic countryside views over afternoon tea on the patio, or lace-up your boots and take to the nearby trails to soak up the scenery and spot the resident wildlife. A warm welcome awaits you in the form of a crackling wood burner and a glass of wine on your return, providing a delightful ambience for relaxing evenings.
Character beams, glimpses of exposed stone, and slate floors hint of the property’s arable past, as it was once used as a cattle shed on a quiet sheep farm. Entertain in style in the kitchen and dining area, whipping up fabulous feasts to enjoy around the table before retiring with a nightcap to the cosy lounge. Natural light pours in through the glass doors, and a wooden staircase leads up to two bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and handy en-suites – one bathroom and one shower room. One of the bedrooms is a spacious double bedroom and the other has a zip and link king-size bed plus an additional single bed. Both the front and back gardens are simply stunning with far-reaching views, ideal for al fresco dining and chatting about the day’s adventures.
Venture out to explore your surroundings, taking the pretty 1-mile stretch to the village of Llanfihangel Talyllyn to stock up on some essentials in the local shop. Llangorse Lake is a short 4-mile drive away offering an abundance of water sports such as paddleboarding and fishing, or perhaps you would prefer an amble around the shoreline. Literature lovers will find a treasure trove of bookshops in Hay-on-Wye 14 miles away, which is also renowned for vintage shops and enticing eateries.