Set within 500 acres of scenic countryside and near to the Epynt Way walk, spend the day walking, hiking and biking over mountain and valley before returning to this cosy farmhouse to relax in the hot tub.
Escape to the country with a trip to Mid Wales, staying on the brink of the Brecon Beacons National Park and enjoying the endless walking routes on offer close by. As well as sleeping six guests, this property also welcomes one dog making it perfect for those hoping to soak up the local area with your beloved canine companion in tow. Pack up your tennis balls and other doggy essentials to truly unwind in rural Wales, heading home at the end of each day to rest and recharge in utterly comfortable surroundings.
Lovingly pairing farmhouse style elements with a traditional décor, soak up this property’s charm and character from the moment you step over the threshold. Four-legged visitors will no doubt want to make a pitstop in the ground floor utility room, the perfect spot for wiping off muddy paws with a sink and washing machine for effortless dog care. Once paws are clean, the cosy ambience of the open-plan living area awaits. Human visitors will look forward to sinking into cushy armchairs and sofas at the end of each day, whilst your friendly pup no doubt makes themselves at home in front of the wood burner electric effect fire.
Soak up the wonderful landscape that surrounds the property, heading off from your doorstep on a seemingly endless selection of walkies routes. Let Rover lead the way with a trip to the Brecon Beacons National Park (8 miles), boasting plenty of impressive Welsh mountains, peaceful lakes, and endless wildlife to be sniffed and chased by your four-pawed pal. Day trips to the town of Brecon (9 miles) and Hay-on-Wye (23 miles) are a must, finding plenty of inviting pubs ready to refresh you with a pint of something local and a generous bowl of water.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.