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.
Blending traditional design with contemporary touches and putting guests’ comfort first, this stone coach house provides spacious and stylish accommodation for up to seven people and two of their four-legged friends. The property’s location at the base of the Black Mountains, inside the Brecon Beacons National Park, ensures that its access to walks and the wider countryside is unrivalled: you and your beloved hound will be out and about, sniffing for adventure in no time! The underfloor heating and wood burner will often welcome respite from colder walks – perfect to curl up in front of after a day in the open air and brisk peak breezes.
Throughout the coach house you’ll discover original features aplenty, including exposed wooden beams, flagstone floors, and a traditional WC on the ground floor. The colour palette of the décor is soft and warm, with bright splashes of detail to bring the rooms to life. Set your boots, coats, and leads down in the spacious entrance hall before gathering in the lounge to enjoy the view over the courtyard – or throw open the doors to let the outside in on warmer evenings. Grab a bite to eat and a bowl of food for Fido in the bright and airy kitchen, complete with roof windows to maximise the light. When the day is drawing to a close, discover one of the exquisite bedrooms upstairs – expect some competition for who claims the ornate four-poster bed! Outside, soak in the delightful wood-fired hot tub, and gather round the BBQ and fire pit. Humans and canines alike will adore exploring the naturally landscaped gardens.
Pandy, the nearest village, is within walking distance - just 1 mile from the property - and makes a pleasant stroll to the local inn. For essentials and supplies, head 4 miles north to Longtown and the well-stocked shop. If it’s a day meandering through the countryside with your canine companion that you’re after, explore the Black Mountains or join the Offa’s Dyke pathway to delve deeper into nature. The market town of Abergavenny (6.5 miles) offers a day of culture, and a selection of its shops and cafes will give your furry friend a warm welcome too.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.