Meadow Malt House sleeps 4 or 5 guests in two bedrooms. This pretty cottage nestled in the heart of the very peaceful hamlet of Llanfihangel Nant Bran where the river Bran flows through the valley to join The River Usk at Aberbran. Amongst rolling green hills and farmland. 3 miles from Sennybridge and 9 miles from Brecon.
With a huge variety of country walks from the door, glorious views and masses of wildlife including otters, salmon and trout. Meadow Malt House is a converted Malt House - where they used to brew the beer and dates from the 17th century original old malthouse. Now the cottage is cosy and comfortable with much of the soft furnishings handmade by the owner.
This cottage is perfect for children with a gorgeous, family-friendly garden and although the owners would like to avoid pets in the house, grazing and stabling is available if you would like to bring your own horse.
The Epynt Way, 50 miles of waymarked bridleways, for walkers, riders and cyclists, can be joined just two miles north of the village. This is a circular trail around the 36,000 acre Sennybridge Army Training Area.
If you need any further accommodation is available at Meadow View Granary, a just a few yards up the (very tidy yard) which can sleep an additional 2 people.Cottage accommodation - sleeps 4 or 5 guests.
The Kitchen has an electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
A utility room with a washing machine.
Spacious and comfortable sitting room has a comfortable cream leather sofa and chairs, dining table and chairs.
There is a TV with Sky, DVD and CD player.
Downstairs: cloakroom with toilet and handbasin.
Bedroom 1: There is a bedroom with a double bed and TV
Bedroom 2: A bedroom with twin beds and a TV - room for an extra third bed if needed.
There is a spacious bathroom with a bath, large power shower, handbasin, toilet.
There is a pretty and enclosed garden across the court yard that is shared between the two cottages - with a little slide for small children. Table and chairs and a BBQ.
Located in the heart of a lush, sleepy valley
Meadow Malt House is situated in a peaceful hamlet of Llanfihangel Nant Bran within a secluded and lush green valley. Explore the valley via the numerous walks available from your door or enjoy a glass of wine out in the lovely enclosed garden and watch Red Kites swoop overhead while the children enjoy a mini-beast quest for beetles, moths and other wildlife among the plants.
Your horse or pony is welcome too
Lush fields surround Meadow Malt House and stabling is available. The owners of the cottage are more than happy for visitors to bring their horse or pony with them - please call to discuss this. There is superb riding straight from the door - what a wonderful way to explore the Beacons whilst saving on those horse-sitting/livery fees!
Further accommodation available in the village
Meadow Malt House has two bedrooms, a double and a twin room that can accommodate a third single bed. However, if you have a party of more than 5 then you may be interested to hear that Meadow View Granary is just up the road within Llanfihangel Nant Bran and can accommodate a further 5 people. The ideal set up for two families looking to holiday together but maintain some private space, or perhaps the grandparents would enjoy the charming accommodation at the Granary?
Pentrebach (with the wonderful Shoemakers Arms pub) 3 miles, Sennybridge 4 miles, Brecon 9 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn or Edwina
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