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Tynewydd Farm

Lower Chapel

Bedrooms: 3 Sleeps: 6 Bath/Shower Rooms: 0 Toilets: 0
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Accommodation: 

Sleeps 6 - 2 King Size 1 Twin  

2 Bath/shower rooms

This Property is very new on the books and our professional photographs to follow with exterior shots.

 

Tynewydd Old Farmhouse is a stone built Victorian farmhouse with a nod to its history during the recent extensive renovations some of the original features have been retained including very old wide oak floorboards and the original corner cupboard. Everything else is contemporary, with a really well equipped kitchen, luxurious bathrooms, new beds and lovely linen.

 

An entrance porch with a generous glass fronted sitting area with a bench great for just sitting and watching the outside world and ideal for hanging wet coats and walking boots

 

A warm and inviting sitting room with an inglenook fire place and a very efficient wood burning stove with all the dry firewood supplied; a large corner sofa to seat six, Smart TV with Free Sat, i-player, Netflix etc and very good WIFI.

 

The beautifully fitted kitchen has an electric cooker and oven and hob, microwave, a washer/dryer, upright fridge/freezer (half and half), long pine dining table and chairs.

 

Up a flight of traditional but carpeted wooden stairs to: 

 

Bedroom 1: Kingsize bed and a TV. Chest of drawers and wardrobe.

 

Bedroom 2: Twin beds, chest of drawers and a TV.

 

Bathroom: Shower over bath, toilet, hand basin and towel rail, dressing table and large mirror. 

 

Large landing area  

 

Down 3 steps to the Master Bedroom. 

 

Bathroom: shower, toilet, hand basin and towel rail. 

 

Master Bedroom 3: Kingsize bed and a TV chest of drawers

 

The owner lives in an adjoining older farmhouse; this smallholding has been designed to be an Equestrian Centre with a menage, three large loose boxes and grazing and parking for horse boxes.

 

Just outside the small hamlet of Lower Chapel this self-catering holiday farmhouse is in a very quiet and secluded valley between Brecon and Builth Wells.   This would be a very good place to stay for The Royal Welsh Show if you are bringing horses, approximately 20 minute drive over the hill to Builth Wells.

 

Useful Information:

*Linen and towels provided

*Electricity and Oil Central heating provided

*Wood burner with wood supplied

*No dogs

*Wifi  

*Smart TV with Free Sat, i-player, Netflix

*Plenty of parking  

*Gas BBQ 

*Garden is over the road and has garden furniture for customers

 

Visitors who may wish to come with horses there are miles of uninterrupted countryside for walking and riding.  A new menage and stabling with grazing for three horses. To be discussed further with the owner.

 

There are wonderful scenic walks from the house, the farmhouse is in a wilder part of Wales, only 5 miles from Brecon in a remote and very scenic valley.

 

For guests who might want to spend Christmas here - the owner will supply a locally grown organic turkey, champagne and a christmas tree. 

 

Just down the road approximately 1.5 miles is the small hamlet of Pwllglowyw is the newly renovated and recently opened Pwllglowyw Arms, now with a pub garden, serving great food and offering a takeaway service. Very popular locally.

 

Brecon - 5 miles, Builth Wells -11 miles, Llandrindod Wells - 9 miles, Abergavenny - 25 miles, Hay on Wye - 19 miles, Merthyr Tydfil - 23 miles, Cardiff - 46 miles

 

A friendly cathedral town in the lee of the mountains with the rivers Usk and Honddu running through. For a small town, there's a lot going on. A leisure centre with a pool, 1930s style cinema, excellent theatre and plenty of shops and cafes. On the outskirts of the town are popular villages including Llangorse with it famous lake, Cantref with its popular adventure farm, Talybont, well known as a walking and cycling hub and Felin Fach, home of The Griffin, a highly acclaimed pub and restaurant. Read more about Brecon