Hunters Cottage is a very well renovated and presented ground floor annexe, suitable for anyone with slight walking problems and with a lovely light and airy living area. The kitchen has an electric oven with a hob, microwave and fridge, dining table and chairs, sofa (this will convert into a good quality sofa bed), TV with DVD and Freeview. Patio doors lead out to a decked area with garden furniture, a pretty garden and fabulous views down the valley.
Sleeps 2 - 1 Bedroom
Shower Room: The shower room has a large shower cubicle, hand basin and toilet.
Bedroom 1: The comfortable bedroom has a good quality new super king sized bed that can also become 3ft twin beds.
The cottage is set in a most amazing remote and rural location beside the owner's farmstead and stables, high up on the hillside that leads onto Aberedw Common. On the other side of the valley walks will take you up onto Llandeilo Hill which in turn leads over to The Begwyns. On the farmstead there are horses, dogs and poultry. There are the most fantastic views from this valley and the riding is second to none with walks straight from the door. The mountain biking is excellent and for keen walkers there are miles of uninterrupted hill walking right from the door.
* All linen and towels inclusive
* All electricity and oil central heating inclusive
* Ample parking for cars and horse boxes
* Safe storage for mountain bikes
* TV with Freeview and DVD
* Visitors are able to bring their own horses to enjoy this fabulous riding country with stables available on discussion with the owners.
FISHING IS AVAILABLE ON The River Edw and on The River Wye with tickets from The Usk & Wye Foundation.
The small hamlet of Aberedw is about one and a half miles down the lane, where there is the very popular Seven Stars Inn offering excellent food; The Erwood Station and Craft Centre is also nearby. Llangoed Hall at Llyswen has won The Conde Naste Best Restaurant and AA 4* Hotel of the Year. Builth Wells is 6 miles, so ideal for the many events held at The Royal Welsh Showground. Llandrindod Wells 14 miles and Brecon 23 miles, for the Brecon Beacons and Hay-on-Wye 14 miles, for the world famous book centre and bohemian town.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Ceri, Lucy, Ann or Carolyn.
Unforgettable views, valleys, lakes and endless space. The Epynt mountain range, the Abergwesyn Valley, and the Cambrian Mountains - remote, wild and sparsely populated. Combine this landscape with the old spa towns of Builth Wells, Llandrindod Wells and Llanwyrtd Wells and you've got an undiscovered gem of an area. Famous for ambitious conservation projects, extraordinary events - Man vs Horse and Underwater Bog Snorkling and the excellent mountain biking in the area, but there's plenty more to discover in this area North of Brecon. Read more about North of Brecon