GET OUTDOORS: Well placed on the edge of the National Park within easy reach of Brecon, you could not be better located; you’ll find yourself in an absolute haven for fun seekers with access to the Brecon Beacons, perfect for walking and cycling, and for the little more adventurous, rock climbing, abseiling and canoeing.
The Dan-yr-Ogof Caves are also absolutely fascinating to explore. If you’re after a slower-paced holiday, you’ll also find yourself placed perfectly for lazy days enjoying the local waymarked paths that meander across the meadows and hillside.
The cottage is also situated within an International Dark Sky Reserve, so why not head into the wilderness and admire the wonders of the celestial sky too?
CASTLES & CULTURE: You will find yourself placed in an area steeped in history! Get exploring the Wales of many moons ago with a trip to Hay Castle, Tretower Castle or Longtown Castle to name but a few – all just a short distance from the property and an unmissable visit.
TOUR THE TOWNS: Be sure to take in one of the many towns or villages of the National Park. Hay-on-Wye famed for its weekly market and May festival, Crickhowell a small Georgian town nestled within the Usk Valley, and Abergavenny, a bustling market town with Roman origins considered to be the gateway to Wales and the National Park. For foodies and festival goers there’s an all year-round calendar with something to suit all tastes.
FINE FAYRE: What’s a holiday without popping your feet up and letting someone else do the cooking (and the dishes)?! This property finds itself surrounded by a fantastic array of eateries and traditional pubs. Just a one-mile amble will lead you to The Plough and Harrow Inn, offering a welcome meal and a refreshing drink, and The Felin Fach Griffin, a fine gastro pub priding itself on simple homecooked meals done well!