A wonderfully renovated white-washed stone cottage, enjoy both the bustle of town and the wilderness of the countryside during your stay in the heart of the town of Brecon .
Bursting with character, this charming Grade II-listed cottage is perfect for friends and families who want to relax and enjoy time together in a unique setting. Situated in the heart of bustling market town, Brecon, this property has the convenience of the town’s shops and eateries on its doorstep as well offering easy access to the rural beauty of the Brecon Beacons Natural Park. It is also a few hundred metres from the pretty Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, which is a lovely spot for a peaceful stroll.
Boasting a wealth of original features, this delightful cottage is like stepping back in time, but with the convenience of contemporary fixtures and fittings. Wonderfully renovated, the beauty of the flagstone floors, wood panelling, exposed beams and stone fireplaces is accentuated by the neutral walls that create a light and airy feeling throughout. A bespoke kitchen adds to the individuality, the dining room is spacious with a sense of occasion, while the lounge is cosy. Sleeping six people over three gorgeous bedrooms, there’s plenty of space for everyone, although there are low beams adding to the charm. Outside, there is an enclosed garden to relax in.
Situated on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons, Brecon is packed with historical interest. There is also plenty of countryside to explore, such as South Wales’ highest peak, Pen-y-Fan (6 miles), which affords panoramic views of the National Park from the top. Slightly less strenuous is Pen-y-Crug (1.5 miles), an ancient hill fort which offers views of the Black Mountains. For families looking for a fun day out, head to Cantref Adventure Farm (3 miles), or take to the water and enjoy a day of paddleboarding or kayaking on Llangorse Lake (7 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.