Property code: 83338
Set within the heart of the countryside, this peaceful retreat is perfect for couples wanting to enjoy the best of the Brecon Beacons, with access from your doorstep into the picturesque valley and the Hatterrall Ridge.
Located in an elevated spot along the eastern ridge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this beautifully secluded retreat provides an ideal bolthole for a couple seeking a tranquil and romantic escape. Offering ample space for two guests, this stylish detached property features glorious far-reaching views, cosy studio-style accommodation, a peaceful private outdoor terrace, a charcoal BBQ, a handy golf net and a warming wood burner. Just north of Abergavenny, the cottage is perfect for eager walkers, climbers, cyclists and nature lovers exploring the stunning vistas of the Hatterrall Ridge.
Entering this cheerful and relaxing studio, the bright and colourful open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner provides a delightful living space for two guests. With a wood burner, Smart TV and comfortable seating, the lounge is a perfect place in which to unwind. Occupying the end of the room, the kitchen has a useful range of equipment, perfect for cooking all your favourite meals, which you can share around the centrally situated dining table. The studio also has a charming bedroom with a beautiful king-size bed and bathrobes, alongside a stylish shower room. Heading out through the patio doors, the large garden offers a private terrace with plenty of outdoor furniture and a BBQ. There’s also bike storage and off-road parking for one car.
Set in a popular area for horse riding, canoeing, cycling and fishing, the studio is also within easy reach of some wonderful walking routes, whether you’re enjoying a stroll along the River Honddu or exploring Hatterrall Ridge. Local attractions include Llanthony Abbey, Longtown Castle and Grosmont Castle (all within 11 miles). The nearby market towns of Abergavenny (8 miles) and Crickhowell (14 miles) have some fantastic pubs, cafes, galleries, independent shops and restaurants or you can head north to Hay-on-Wye (15 miles), known for its international literature festival and numerous second-hand bookshops.