Situated on the outskirts of Lower Chapel, this traditional farmhouse with comforting original features offers a peaceful and secluded family retreat with picturesque walks from your doorstep.
Sleeping six guests across three bedrooms, this family-friendly Victorian property is set in a scenic valley in Powys, surrounded by gently rolling hills and lush green countryside. It’s a haven of tranquillity for sporty pals, wildlife enthusiasts, and nature lovers. You can even bring your horse on holiday as there are spacious stables, a paddock, horsebox space, tack room, and grazing on site. The welcoming owners live next door, and you’ll find a friendly pub in Pwllgloyw village (1.5 miles), and shops nearby (5.5 miles).
Step inside this bright country-style cottage where original rustic farm doors and an inglenook harmonise with contemporary country-style furnishings. Store coats and hiking boots in the porch and sink into the cosiest of seating in the living room, where you can curl up with a book by the toasty wood burner. With the well-equipped kitchen, you’ll soon be gathering around the handsome wood dining table to feast on home-cooked meals. Enjoy a good night’s sleep with your pick of three bedrooms; there are two steps down to the master king-size bedroom; while a further king-size bedroom and a twin bedroom can be found upstairs. Cross the road to find picnic tables and a spacious garden for a leisurely rest day after hill-top hikes.
Saddle up and trek along bridle paths from the farmland to explore the sheer beauty of the Welsh countryside. Canoe, kayak, or walk through the valley. Take a day trip to the market town of Brecon (5.5 miles) where you can stock up on delicious farm produce and browse independent shops; or enjoy art and stage performance at the Theatr Brycheiniog. Or head for Builth Wells (11 miles) to visit the Royal Welsh Show, a celebration of country life and farming, featuring livestock competitions, crafts, horticulture, sports, food tastings and family-friendly entertainment.