Beulah 1.3 miles.
A superb semi-detached barn conversion located close to the attractive village of Beulah, near Builth Wells.
This beautifully decorated and furnished cottage will make you feel at home as soon as you arrive.
It provides lovely accommodation for couples or small families and hosts a comfortable sitting room perfect for relaxing in the morning and socializing come the evening.
An open plan dining area is tied together with a well equipped kitchen, a table, and a large corner sofa, so you can enjoy breakfast at ease.
Patio doors open out to the Welsh countryside with beautiful views of the valley.
A cloakroom is available on this floor, with an extra basin and WC.
Take the stairs, and a nicely furnished double bedroom awaits, adjoined to an en-suite shower room for a classic finish.
A second double bedroom boasts a lovely window view, so you can sit and admire your surroundings.
Bedside tables rest either side of the bed and the sloped ceilings add a touch of character.
Further round, a shower room contains quality fittings and storage space for your convenience.
Outside you can wander onto the patio and take in the stunning landscape at your own leisure.
Why not stroll into the village of Beulah with its picturesque walks and cycling routes.
The Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains are only a short drive away.
Whatever you decide, this accommodation is sure to please.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Open plan kitchen and dining area with corner sofa. Sitting room.
About the location
Builth Wells 8 miles.
The small, scattered village of Beulah sits in beautiful Welsh countryside, resting alongside the River Cammarch, within easy driving distance to Builth Wells. The small community is served by a service station with a shop, along with a good pub serving food. There are plenty of picturesque walks and cycling routes available, and the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains are within easy driving distance as well as the incredibly scenic Elan and Wye Valleys. A popular attraction is the red kite feeding station at Rhayader, just under half an hour’s drive away, which has greatly improved the number of these beautiful birds, which can be regularly seen winging on high overhead. All year round you can enjoy the various fairs and events at nearby Builth Wells and Llanwrtyd Wells including the Royal Welsh Show, antiques and craft fairs and the unusual challenge of the Man v Horse Marathon. A truly remarkable area of Mid Wales, and a memorable place from which to enjoy outdoor adventure in the beautiful surrounding scenery.