Charming, homely and inviting, enjoy this old shepherd’s cottage with family and friends, both two and four-legged. Canine companions can spend hours chasing their tails safely in the grounds as you admire the fenced off duck pond or do a spot of splashing of your own in the private hot tub. Dry off and warm up inside by the wood burner before heading down the road for a tipple or two at the local pub.
Downstairs, the open-plan living space is cosy yet light. Whip up tasty treats in the well-equipped kitchen and dine together at the table which comfortably seats four people. Furry noses will soon settle down and tails can be kept toasty by the wood burner which warms the living space. Stepping into the living area, exposed brickwork oozes countryside charm and the comfortable sofa invites you to sink in and switch off from the world. Climb the stairs and find two elegant, airy bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom. All three upstairs rooms have quirky ceilings and therefore slightly restricted headspace, so do take care. If the sun shines, the patio area is a fabulous place to enjoy a morning coffee whilst your furry friends stretch their legs.
Abergavenny and its handful of delicious eateries, independent shops and bustling atmosphere is just a 7-mile trip from home. Many local businesses welcome four-legged friends to enjoy a bite to eat with you so no one gets left behind. Goytre Wharf is a 1.5-mile stroll away; harness up and admire the canal and the boats which call it home. Nearing the centre of Brecon Beacons National Park, climb Pen y Fan, 34 miles away, for stunning landscapes.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.