SLEEPS 2 - 4: Two pretty cottage bedrooms, one with iron bedstead, pillows with views and lovely bedlinen and obligatory Welsh blanket provided! The second bedroom is the cutest of double's, cleverly designed and suitable for two adults
RELAXING: A proper country sitting room, complete with large wood burning stove, a generous supply of logs (with more wood available to either gather yourselves, or purchase for a modest price), deep leather armchairs and chaise, TV, Blu-Ray player and wi-fi.
COOKING & DINING: Great retro chairs and vintage style kitchen / diner. Wonderfully atmospheric for romantic meals and also fab for French style breakfasts...think delicious crusty bread from Talgarth Mill and decent coffee from the Deli in Hay. Hand-made rustic kitchen, electric hob and oven, washer/dryer, fridge, toaster, cafetierre, Nespresso, a large larder cupboard with lots of storage.
BATHING: Downstairs bathroom with roll top bath and low over head shower, basin and loo. We were very impressed by the organic linen towels from Baileys Home and Garden...somewhere else worth a trip to, should you be out exploring near Ross on Wye.
PETS: Up to two well behaved, friendly dogs are very welcome to come and stay. The garden is fenced and gated. Please be aware there are sheep grazing on the Begwns.
CHILDREN: Children are welcome to stay however please be aware that due to the location, there are steep banks surrounding the property and care must be taken, particularly with young children.
16th CENTURY: The cottage is a 16th Century cottage, set into the bank of a hill in a remote location. Please be aware the stairs are quite steep inside, so may not be suitable for older knees or toddlers.
HEATING : The large wood burning stove heats the whole house, there are additional electric, oil filled radiators available should you need them in the cooler months.
ACCESS: The cottage is accessed via a bumpy farm track, which makes it unsuitable for low level cars, and advice should be taken in severe weather. The cottage door is accessed via a grassy steep garden path set into the slope, so may not be suitable for the elderly or guests with impaired mobility.
GARDEN: The garden is built into a mountain therefore care must be taken