Property code: 78848
This three storey holiday property offers a spacious layout to make the most of the stunning views and offers a great base for a family reunion or a get away with friends and take a dip in the hot tub.
With so much space in which to spread out, young and old – and even a couple of dogs – are welcome in this well-equipped property. Enjoy a family reunion or a special celebration in the peaceful Mid-Wales countryside.
Set over three storeys, this detached house is perfect for larger groups, with plenty of room in which to socialise or enjoy peace and quiet. Its unusual layout starts with the ground-floor lounge, where there’s plenty of comfy seating in which to cuddle up in front of the TV and electric stove. On the same level you’ll also find the first of the six bedrooms – a double with two extra single beds and an en-suite shower room. On the first floor you’ll find the generously sized kitchen, connected via an archway to the dining room, where there’s also a TV, chairs and a wood burner. Also on this floor are a utility room, separate WC, bathroom and three bedrooms – a double and a twin, each with en-suite shower rooms, and a further twin. The final two bedrooms, a double and a twin, are on the top floor, sharing a shower room. The garden is accessed from the first floor of the house, and here you can grill on the charcoal BBQ and enjoy an al fresco meal, or hop into the hot tub and soak in the bubbles while appreciating the mesmerising views.
Enjoy hikes from the front door of the house or join the long-distance trails of Glyndwr's Way, Cistercian Way or Offa's Dyke. You can be in the charming Victorian spa town of LLandrindod Wells in 12.5 miles, where you’ll find a variety of shops and range of eateries, from pub grub to fine dining. Alternatively, historic Newtown, the largest town in Powys, is just 13 miles.