Property code: 54012
Set within a small hamlet at the foot of the Black Mountains within the National Park, this traditional coach house is just perfect for family and friends to get together whatever the time of year.
Deep within the Brecon Beacons National Park, this traditional property offers an idyllic location that is difficult to leave. It lies within picturesque Trewyn at the foot of the imposing and incredible Black Mountains, making this a haven for country lovers and walking enthusiasts. With three spacious, ornate bedrooms, it makes for an idyllic escape for family and friends to gather and enjoy.
Beautifully furnished with cosy, homely touches atop the flagstone floors, you will feel immediately at home here. Relax in the light and airy lounge, with large glazed doors and windows letting the sunlight stream through. On chilly autumn eves, snuggle up in front of the open fire as you watch your favourite movie, after you have dined on a feast in the contemporary open-plan kitchen/diner. There is even a wood fired hot tub - uniquely and affectionately named ‘the teacup’ - for you to enjoy once the children have gone to bed.
When you have explored the babbling brooks and gardens that surround the coach house, visit the local villages of Longtown (4.5 miles) and Pandy (1 mile), where you can meet the locals and enjoy a drink in the village inn. The nearby market towns also offer something for everyone in your party, with the mouthwatering bites at Abergavenny’s regular farmers market (7 miles), Hay-on-Wye’s eclectic range of book shops (16 miles), and Crickhowell’s striking castle (12.5 miles). Plus, don’t forget to pack your walking shoes and join the Offa’s Dyke pathway, taking you deeper into the countryside - a must-visit for any outdoor lover.