Herdman's Hideaway rests in the heart of Brecon Beacons, 1.5 miles from the edge of Brecon town and local pub.
There is the National Park, Waterfall county, Hay on Wye, Builth Wells, castles, UNESCO World Heritage site of Blaenavon nearby.
Ideal for a family to visit, or friends, this retreat offers comfort and relaxation from the get-go, with refreshing views and a light airy space to enjoy year-round.
Renovated to a high standard, this bungalow comprises a country-cottage kitchen/diner with a table for eight people, and a sofa where you can relax with a warm cup of tea.
There is a utility area across the way housing a washing machine and a dryer, also offering room for bikes should you be touring the location.
Doors open out to the beautiful patio, which includes furniture, and a raised lawn area; fully enclosed with gated access onto the farmyard.
There are patio doors in the dining area and also a single door from the utility.
When the night draws in, the lounge is a fabulous place to unwind, brought together by sumptuous sofas, and a woodburning stove, perfect on those cooler evenings.
A family bathroom hosts both a bath and a shower, whilst four bedrooms have been thoughtfully designed, two are accompanied by en-suite shower rooms.
Views of Brecon Beacons and Pen Y Fan are sure to inspire you, and luckily Herdman's Hideaway is ideally situated to walk/cycle the Brecon Beacons, revealing miles of walking countryside.
The Brecon Beacons National Park offers the avid walker and keen cyclist scenery at any time of the year, with rolling countryside and valleys and the wild beauty of waterfalls and caves.
The park is home to traditional market towns, castles, ancient monuments and miles of canal where many pretty walks can be enjoyed.
For the less energetic, pony trekking, canal cruising or the local Brecon Steam Railway are a must.
Travel a little further to Hay-on-Wye, for a well-rounded holiday experience.