A delightful ground floor wing of a detached cottage, looking out to the Sugar Loaf Mountain in the magnificent Brecon Beacons and situated close to Abergavenny, renowned as Wales’ culinary centre.
This little property in the Brecon Beacons has its own hot tub, amazing views over Sugar Loaf Mountain and plenty of space for a couple and two dogs to relax and play. There are almost endless walks to be had at Blaenavon World Heritage Site, in the Brecon Beacons and along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. The canal can be found at the edge of the property’s grounds – you can watch narrowboats passing along it from the garden.
The property is a private wing of the owners’ cottage, with its own entrance that leads straight to the kitchen, where you can get muddy paws cleaned up easily. There is a spacious but cosy lounge with a wood burner, where all the family can curl up on chilly nights and lazy afternoons. There’s also an attractive king-size bedroom and a wet room. Outside is a wonderful private terrace with furniture, a gas BBQ and a hot tub. Jump in and enjoy the views, whatever the weather. You are also free to roam the owner’s grounds and find a sunny spot to relax in, there’s a dedicated exercise paddock where you can take the dogs when they need a run-around.
Stays here are all about long hilly walks and cosy pub lunches. The property is in the village of Gilwern, home to pubs, shops and takeaways. Abergavenny, a Welsh cultural centre and gateway to the Brecon Beacons, is just 5 miles away. It’s a great place to wander for an afternoon with lots of shops and pubs to enjoy. The Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre is 23 miles away and runs popular stargazing events, as well as offering plenty of advice on where to go and what to see in the Beacons.