Property code: BN286
Comprising a traditional Welsh longhouse and stone barn, this beautifully renovated 17th-century property makes a wonderful holiday home for a large group exploring the magnificent Brecon Beacons.
Tucked away amid lush woodland, this welcoming home sits within half an acre of land and is wonderfully located for adventuring the Brecon Beacons National Park. Close to the crashing falls of Henrhyd (9 miles) and lots of places to entertain guests of all ages, you will never find yourself short of scenic spots and spectacular sites to explore. Sleeping 20 guests over eight bedrooms, with two of your canine companions welcome, this charming bolthole is the perfect destination for reuniting with family and friends. After long days exploring, cosy up in front of the wood burner before dinner is served and the fun begins.
Brimming with charm, this Welsh longhouse boasts exposed beams, stonework and traditional features throughout. Unpack your bags and head straight to the kitchen to pop the kettle on or uncork a bottle. With all you need to cook up a feast for lots of hungry guests, enjoy rustling up family favourites. With a double oven and a single oven, you should have all you need to plate up on time ready for fun, communal dinners. Enjoy snacks and mugs of coffee at the breakfast table and save the dining room for formal feasts and dinner with all the gang. With plenty of room to seat everyone, dine in style and raise a glass to great company. When it’s time to put your feet up and relax, the inviting lounge has lots of sofa space and a wood burner which is a welcome sight when there’s a chill in the air. Switch on the TV or put on a DVD for a family film night. As day turns to night, sidle off to bed to rest up before tomorrow’s adventures. One bedroom resides on the ground floor, three on the first floor and the remaining four can be found in the former barn, through a door in the dining room. With a double and one family room on the ground floor with a further twin and family room found upstairs, enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep. Rise and shine and head outside with your morning mug of tea and enjoy visiting the mountain stream at the bottom of the garden. There is ample off-road parking.