Jasmine Cottage is set between Brecon, Hay on Wye and Builth Wells in the heart of The Wye Valley; this lovely old Game Keepers Cottage dating from the 1830's was recently modernised with great flair, vision and attention to detail, creating a warm, bright and cosy cottage, that feels like home. Utilising the best craftsmanship, the design, furnishings and decor perfectly complement the cottage and blend the best of old and new to create the stunning cottage as it is today. The owners are happy to welcome dogs.
Close to The River Wye for keen fishermen and Llangoed Hall - perfect if wanting accommodation when attending a wedding.
Sleeps 5, 2 Double Bedrooms 1 Single Bedroom
Entered by a bespoke oak front door to a very spacious ground floor open plan living room, off which is a kitchen with top of the range appliances and equipment, electric cooker and hob, dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer, Belfast style sink, ample work surfaces and storage. Added to this is a lovely view of the garden and fields.
A utility room with sink, washer & dryer, ironing facilities, combi-boiler and worktops and storage. Ample room for a pet to sleep and to store boots and coats. Radiator and large coat hanging rack above.
Cloakroom with hand basin and toilet.
The sitting room is spacious, warm and cosy with oak floors, under-floor heating, triple glazing and a feature mini Inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. Comfortable sofa and armchairs, sideboard and Welsh dresser and large oak dining table and chairs, with feature light fitting above- perfect for a diner party! TV with Free Sat and an Amazon Firestick.
Up a flight of hand crafted wooden stairs to three bedrooms:
Bedroom 1: The Master bedroom has a wrought iron double bed, oak chest of drawers and oak bedside tables, dressing table and built in wardrobe. TV with NOW tv box.
Bedroom 2: Second double bedroom with oak furniture.
Bedroom 3: A very pretty bedroom with a single bed. Window seat from which there are fabulous views down the valley of the hills and fields.
Bathroom: A truly luxurious large bathroom with a roll top bath, a spacious corner shower, French console with double contemporary hand basins and toilet. Three heated towel rails and super views up to the woods and over the garden.
* All linen and towels inclusive
* All electricity and oil central heating and first basket of wood for the wood burning stove inclusive. (Extra wood available to be discussed with owner/caretaker with an honesty box)
* The owners are animal lovers and they are happy to welcome three pets.
* Off road parking for two or three cars
* Superfast Fibre broadband wifi
* TV with Free Sat and an Amazon Firestick l.
* Generous Welcome pack
Brecon 10 miles, Builth Wells 8 miles, Llyswen 2 miles, Llangoed Hall one mile.
The terraced garden is safely fenced and secure for both pets and children. It is terraced with curving Welsh stone walls, flowing lawn and specially selected trees and plants. Wrought iron railings around the patio and gates at either end that can be locked ensure that the garden is safe and there is ample space to leave mountain bikes. It is very convenient and also easy to park close to the front door.
Set in a very easy location, accessible in all weather conditions on the road between Builth Wells, Hay-on-Wye and Brecon so a perfect place to stay to explore The Wye Valley and up into Mid Wales, The Black Mountains, only seven miles drive through to Hay-on-Wye or The Brecon Beacons.
Builth Wells is an easy 8 miles drive with The Royal Welsh Showground and all the attendant events held there. The wilder country of Mid Wales, The Elan Valley, Llandrindod Wells are all only a short drive.
Llangoed Hall is a couple of minutes down the road - so a perfect location if attending a wedding there.
Some of the best Trout, Salmon and Barbel fishing in Wales on The River Wye ? fishing beats to be booked and tickets available through www.wyeuskfoundation.org.
From the door there are walks up through the woodlands onto Llangoed Common behind the cottage, or the Wye Valley walk goes through the fields opposite the cottage. There are also several excellent places to eat, the recently newly re-opened Griffin in Llyswen that offers home cooked meals and is always welcoming and friendly; The rather grand Llangoed Hall where there are very often weddings being held www.llangoedhall.co.uk is a couple of minutes down the road and offers exceptionally high standard cuisine. The Mill at Talgarth is also well worth a visit to see the corn being milled and to try their artisan breads or have a snack in their cafe.
It is only two miles into Llyswen with a shop, garage and tea room as well as the pub.
For a lunch or perhaps a cream tea it is always worth visiting The Honey Cafe or The Railway Line Garden Centre, or Erwood Station Gallery is recommended by the cottage owners for excellent Coffee & cake.
Hay-on-Wye also has a good selection of restaurants and pubs, Foyles in Glasbury and The River Cafe on the bridge at Glasbury. The Griffin at Felin Fach is also worth a visit but you usually need to book for dinner.
Staying at Jasmine Cottage you will be spoilt for choice for places to visit and places to eat.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Ceri
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