Set within the heart of the countryside, this peaceful retreat is perfect for couples wanting to enjoy the best of the Brecon Beacons, with access from your doorstep into the picturesque valley and the Hatterrall Ridge.
Tucked away in a quiet spot in the valley, this romantic bolthole is well-equipped for you, your loved one and a canine companion. Surrounded by woodlands, hills and fields, there are walking routes aplenty nearby, with access to the popular and challenging Offa’s Dyke National Trail.
This studio apartment boasts an elevated location, with far-reaching views of the surrounding Brecon Beacons. Inside, the property is deceptively spacious. Store mucky boots, soggy dog leads and damp coats by the front door and head into the cosy open-plan lounge. A warming wood burner makes the perfect spot for fido to settle down in front of, while you enjoy a film on the Smart TV. A well-presented bedroom and bathroom leads from here and bathrobes are provided for guests to snuggle up in. Outside is a private terrace with seating and a BBQ and a further lawned area for your dog to sniff around.
Set tails wagging as you explore the immediate area on foot and paw. The River Honddu runs nearby and makes for a lovely stroll, or head up to Hatterall Ridge for a more challenging, energetic walk. The Offa’s Dyke Path is a long walking trail leading along the English/Welsh border; it’s a fantastic dog-friendly route and takes in some of the most spectacular views. The wider Brecon Beacons is brimming with trails so go “mutts” and follow your nose. Literary town, Hay-on-Wye is 15 miles away which has numerous dog-friendly pubs and eateries. You’ll only be 8 miles from ‘Gateway to Wales’ Abergavenny, too.