House Beyond The Mill is a very traditional old stone farmhouse standing in its own grounds with a few barns around. A wonderful and truly secluded location with views up and down this wild and remote Welsh valley. Perfect for nature-watching, there are often red kites soaring overhead from their nearby nests.
Plenty of walks straight from the door, this is not a place to stay if you want to pop out every morning for a newspaper and pint of milk or for a pizza delivery.
Sleeps 4 - 1 Double and 1 King-Size.
The downstairs is now opened up to make one large room with a contemporary kitchen that has everything needed. An electric cooker and oven, microwave, a fridge and a separate freezer, a washing machine and a pine table with chairs. A very efficient wood burning stove set in the large original stone fireplace, comfortable sofas and chairs and a digi box TV with basic package and DVD.
Up a flight of fairly steep stairs to two bedrooms:
Bedroom 1: A double bed
Bedroom 2: A king size bed
Bathroom with a bath with a shower over, handbasin and toilet.
There is an enclosed small paddock behind the cottage to exercise dogs and in the front of the cottage is a stone walled enclosed little terrace garden, perfect to sit with a cup of coffee in the morning sunshine. There is also a BBQ and garden furniture available.
Ideal base for exploring the Brecon Beacons
This is truly a cottage to get away from it all. No traffic except the odd car on the school run or a tractor or a flock of sheep.. There is the Epynt walk, ride or cycle trail, a 40 miles circular trail, accessed just up the valley so pack up your bags and forget your troubles at House Beyond the Mill.
The closest pub is The Shoemakers Arms, 4 miles away. Sennybridge is 5 miles away and Brecon 10 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn, Ann, Edwina, Joanna or Ceri
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