A wonderfully renovated white-washed stone cottage, enjoy both the bustle of town and the wilderness of the countryside during your stay in the heart of the town of Brecon .
Situated in a pretty street in Brecon, this stone cottage is just a short walk from the Brecon and Monmouth Canal, providing an ideal base and easy access into the National Park, perfect for walking enthusiasts with breath-taking landscapes to be enjoyed from riverside to mountain peak. Follow Captain's Walk and see the remains of Brecon's medieval walls or visit the South Wales Borderers Museum at Brecon Barracks. Steeped in history find some of Europe’s finest surviving castles, Brecon Castle overlooking the River Usk, Abergavenny Castle set against the spectacular hills and Crickhowell Castle a prominent feature within a small market town. For a day trip, there are many attractions including The Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon Iron Works and the National Show Caves Centre.
This delightfully restored 17th-century cottage retains its character through winding wooden stairs, flagstone floors, a stone fireplace, oak panelling and fantastic exposed beams set against cream walls. Cleverly designed, be transported back in time with the added convenience of modern amenities in this elegant and beautifully furnished home from home. Discard outdoor shoes and coats in the cloakroom and potter to make a cup of tea. The elegant and hand-made oak kitchen, with original flagstone floors has a range cooker with a five ring gas hob, microwave and dishwasher. This leads onto the utility room with fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Dine in style with the wood burner casting a warming glow in the dining room, where a beautiful wooden table seats 6 people comfortably. Retire to the spacious living room, boasting an original oak panelled wall, to relax on the sofa with a DVD as the wood burner crackles in the superb stone fireplace. Upstairs, the master double bedroom boasts a feature fireplace in a beautiful stone wall and an en-suite with a shower. A further two bedrooms with exposed beams, a twin also with a feature fireplace and a double, and a family bathroom with a shower over the bath completes the upstairs.
Outside, the charming south facing rear garden has plenty of patio furniture and a BBQ, perfect for enjoying lounging in the sun or dining alfresco. Potter amongst the flowerbed, spot water boatmen in the pond, or simply relax with a glass of wine and watch the twilight arrive. Parking available at the rear of property for 2 cars, and there is a shop, pub and restaurant within walking distance.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.