A charming, traditional mid-terrace cottage in the pleasant village of Talgarth in Powys, South Wales.
The cosy, comfortable living and good central location makes this cottage ideal for a small group to come and enjoy the beauty of South Wales.
Original flagstone flooring runs through the ground floor, a charming area boasting a homely sitting area with beautiful ornaments and features along with a TV and seating.
The kitchen diner provides a stunning exposed stone feature wall as well as a stylish kitchen and dining furniture.
The upstairs has two fresh, well-presented bedrooms with delightful views of the surrounding gardens and town.
There is also a classy modern shower room.
7 Bell Street comes with an attic space up a sturdy ladder that is occupied with a perfect little seating area should you want to chill out.
This cute little cottage is complete with its outdoor space, a small patio with furniture and plants to make the ideal chilling spot on the warmer days.
7 Bell Street is a fantastic little cottage in a stunning location.
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room. Second floor snug.
About the location
Builth Wells 15 miles; Llandrindod Wells 22 miles
A pleasant town just outside of the Brecon Beacons in South Wales. Talgarth is a historical town baring many old and beautiful buildings such as a 13th century peel tower, now the Information Centre, and a 14th century church, it was also once inhabited by Romans once upon a time. The town has plenty to do in the way of gliding, pony trekking and plenty of walking opportunities through the well-known Black Mountains. The rivers Ennig and Ellywe run through the town, it is also home to the Pwllwrach Wood, said to bare a lake where witches were drowned many years ago. Talgarth has two gastro-pubs, a cafe and shops to enjoy at your lesure. The Tabernacle venue hosts many events such as musicals, plays, talks and book launches, the town really does cater for everybody. The popular town of Builth Wells is within easy access and is certainly worth a visit, as is Llandrindod Wells slightly further north.
Note: Attic space accessed via ladder therefore young children not accepted.