With original features dating back over 175 years, this beautiful whitewashed cottage has been sensitively restored to provide cosy and peaceful family accommodation in a tranquil Welsh village.
Settle in for a lovely stay at this gorgeous, detached, 19th century property, nestled in Rhandirmwyn, approximately 7 miles from the Brecon Beacons National Park. Sleeping up to seven guests across four bedrooms, the beautifully renovated, stone cottage, which enjoys magical valley views, is perfect for a large family holiday or two smaller families seeking a break together. Explore the undulating countryside or enjoy quality time basking in the glow of the wood burner or relaxing out in the sunny garden.
Enter this appealing holiday cottage to find airy accommodation. Wander into the lounge to light the wood burner or watch TV. Prepare delicious meals with Welsh produce in the farmhouse kitchen, with its double oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Take your cup of coffee through to the snug to listen to music, read for a while or simply gaze out at the magnificent scenery. Find a shower room, with WC, also on the ground floor. Head up to the first floor to the family bathroom, with its bath and WC. There is also a double bedroom up here with an en-suite WC. Find two twin bedrooms and a single as well. On warm days throw open the French doors in the kitchen and step outside to enjoy breakfast in the sunshine. On balmy evenings, fire up the BBQ and watch the children playing on the lawn. There is parking for two cars at the property.
Wander straight out to stroll along the Upper Towy Valley; stop at the village pub for refreshment on your way home. Head 4.5 miles to the Llyn Brianne Reservoir, a popular place for kayaking and mountain biking. Visit the dramatic Cynghordy Viaduct, 4.5 miles away, and head up to the spectacular Sugar Loaf Viewpoint, 9 miles away, for more incredible views.