This superb, semi-detached cottage, lovingly created from a barn conversion on the owners' working livestock farm in the small hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid, oozes quality and charm.
From the moment you walk into the open plan living space with its vaulted ceiling showing off the original beams, the stone walls and the lovely tiled flooring, you will feel relaxed and ready to enjoy your holiday.
The spacious double bedroom is down a lovely short flight of wooden stairs and has a delightful en-suite bathroom.
The opportunities for walking and cycling from the doorstep of this cottage are endless, along countryside lanes or on the local Skirrid Mountain, the most easterly of the mountains within the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Enjoy the animals on the farm and the array of wild birds including red kites flying overhead.
Spend a day in Abergavenny or Hay-on-Wye, or discover the region's abbeys, castles, museums and ever-changing scenery.
A wonderful cottage for that perfect escape to the country, all year round.
One lower ground floor double bedroom with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with double sofa bed. Utility room.
About the location
Abergavenny 3 miles.
The small hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid is most famous for The Walnut Tree restaurant offering a wonderful dining experience. It is overlooked by Skirrid Mountain which is a stand alone mountain, an outlier of the Black Mountains and the most easterly mountain within the Brecon Beacons National Park. There are excellent walks and lovely cycling routes right from the doorstep, and other famous restaurants including Fox Hunter, The Hardwick, 1861, The Bell Inn and The Crown at Whitebrook are within easy reach. The picturesque market town of Abergavenny is just 3 miles away, nestling between seven mountains and with the River Usk flowing through it. The town boasts a castle, museum, churches, an indoor market hall, good shops and a multitude of pubs and restaurants, as well as playing host to the internationally renowned food festival each September. Enjoy beautiful walks through the Wye Valley, along the Brecon Canal or explore the breathtaking Brecon Beacons. With abbeys, castles, mining museums and a Roman amphitheatre and baths at nearby Caerleon, there is something for everyone.