Property code: BN244
A pretty riverside cottage bursting with character and located in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, making it the perfect base for lovers of the great outdoors.
Leave the bright lights behind and escape for a getaway filled with peaks, lakes and spectacular scenery. Nestled by the waterside, this charming home is the perfect destination for a couple or a small family with a wood burner to keep the chill at bay and a sociable kitchen for keeping your chef company. Surrounded by vibrant market towns, the pretty village of Llangynidr is a quieter base from which to explore.
Neutral hues, elegant charm and natural light create a tranquil ambience in which you can enjoy lazy mornings and cosy nights. Inviting you to curl up and relax, the comfortable sofas and chairs offer everyone a snug spot and you can turn the heart of the home into a cosy sanctuary by firing up the wood burner. The crackling logs and flickering flames will help you unwind after delicious feasts and a chilled tipple savoured in the stylish kitchen/diner where the achromatic hues and fresh feel continues. A pair of pretty bedrooms reside on the first floor and are perfect for small families with the master king-size accessed through the single bedroom with its French-style bed for peaceful sleeps.
Pack up a picnic and lace up your boots before heading out to explore from your door. Roam the upper and lower halves of Llangynidr and adventure your way over the Mynydd Llangynidr Mountain (12.5 miles). If you’re after panoramic vistas then the highest peak in South Wales, Pen-y-Fan, is 17.5 miles away or closer to home, Table Mountain is a short walk from Crickhowell (5 miles), or you could stay low and wander the canal-side path.