Property code: BN254
A secluded bolthole for couples seeking a rural retreat in the stunning Abergwesyn Valley, with walks straight from the door. Ideal mountain bike country nearby and new tracks now available at nearby Elan Valley.
With its stone walls and stable doors surrounded by fabulous, shared grounds and gardens, this picturesque cottage is straight out of a fairy tale. Part of the National Gardens Scheme, get lost in nature and spot over 30 bird nest boxes, benches and garden furniture dotted throughout the landscape. Wander to the summer house, a delightful spot for afternoon tea before returning to relax amongst familiar, homely décor and country-living furnishings.
Exposed beams complement cream walls with splashes of colour in the artwork and soft furnishings adding a touch of character. Relax in traditional country charm after a day exploring, whether that is curling up in front of the coal-effect electric fire to warm your toes, or preparing a home-cooked meal for two. Settle by the window to see if you can spot birds at the feeders and enjoy a restful nights sleep in the cosy double bedroom. Take your morning coffee to the garden, before packing a picnic to enjoy by the stream, keeping watch for trout and salmon flashing shiny scales in the water.
Stock up on everyday essentials at the local store and end your day with a quiet pint in the local pub in the village of Beulah (2 miles). Just 6 miles away, Llanwrtyd Wells, the smallest town in Wales and the home of bog-snorkelling, has a choice of shops, cafes and restaurants. Stroll along the banks of the River Irfon or head out on a pony trek with the riding school. Outdoor Active Life (15 miles) offers gorge walking, kayaking, and rock climbing, while the Elan Valley (8 miles) offers more relaxed walks. Hillwalkers can take in the views and wide, open space at the peak of Drygarn Fawr (7.5 miles) and golfers can play a round at Builth Wells Golf Club (10 miles).