Llandrindod Wells 5.1 miles.
Nestled in the quiet village of Penybont near Llandrindod Wells is this pretty, whitewashed detached house, The Old Post Office.
This spacious dwelling is perfect for a family of eight and boasts access to the delights of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, along with its surrounding towns and villages.
After parking in the property's generous off-road spaces, make your way inside to find a welcoming accommodation with rustic finishes.
Be enveloped by the charming living/dining room, where you can stretch out on the leather sofas in front of the woodburning stove and TV; the close-by dining area is a fabulous socialising spot thanks to its dual aspect windows giving the space a light and airy feel.
Continue to the contemporary kitchen, a room that is home to sleek, black fittings and an array of fantastic appliances for the designated chef to rustle up a delicious meal, including a range cooker!
Progress through to the utility room to access your laundry facilities, as well as a convenient cloakroom!
When night falls, you will be delighted to find two ground-floor bedrooms, one being a stylish double with an en-suite shower room, and the other being a twin that is also accompanied by an en-suite shower room.
Venture upstairs to find two more delectable bedrooms, a pretty king-size room sporting ample storage and an en-suite bathroom, as well as a family room with a double, single day bed and an en-suite bathroom.
Be sure to make the most of the property's outdoor space, a patio with seating for all the family awaits, along with a luxurious hot tub to soak up in after a day of excursions; why not embark on a leisurely stroll around the property's pond, before relishing a refreshing glass of wine at the nearby bench?
Your amenities are easily accessible with the Severn Arms pub a short walk away and a convenience store situated under two miles from the property; The Old Post Office additionally showcases easy access to the fantastic attractions of Valley View Falconry and the enchanting Water Break-Its Neck waterfall.
Travel to Llandrindod Wells to find your amenities in one setting, as well as the delightful nature reserves of Rock Park & Spa and Llandrindod Lake, the historical Radnorshire and National Cycle Museums, and the town's popular golf club.
Spend the day in Builth Wells and embark on a walk through The Groe, before marvelling at the impressive pieces at Wyeside Arts Centre; if you time your trip right, be sure to visit the renowned Royal Welsh Show at the nearby village of Llanelwedd.
Enjoy a wonderful outing in Hay-on-Wye, where you can sunbathe on the banks of River Wye, hire a canoe to travel through its waters or cycle along the river and through the Rollin' Radnorshire cycle route.
Make the most of the wider area and travel further into the Shropshire Hills AONB to discover more outdoors activities, or enjoy days filled with culture and attractions in the bustling towns of Hereford, Shrewsbury and Brecon, where you'll find the miles of canal where many pretty walks can be enjoyed, as well as pony trekking, canal cruising or the local Brecon Steam Railway.
Also visit Rhayader, where you can go to The Red Kite Feeding Station on the outskirts of the town which is a great attraction not to be missed.A fantastic stay is waiting to be had at The Old Post Office.