This semi-detached bungalow is well presented and stands in the peaceful village of Cwmgors.
Suitable for small families, or couples looking for a romantic getaway, this retreat offers a welcoming stay for guests to enjoy all year round.
The living room is stylishly decorated, boasting comfortable seating and a fireplace so you can rest in the warmth any time of the day.
In the morning hours you will want to relax at the table to have breakfast and plan your adventures for the week.
The kitchen is well presented and comes complete with everything you need to prepare appetising meals for your guests after arriving home in the evening.
Follow the layout and you will arrive at a shower room, ideal for getting ready in the early hours before heading out to make the most of this location.
When it comes to sleeping, the single bedroom is a neat and compact place to cosy up at night time, with a bedside table and an armchair where you can enjoy some quiet time, perhaps with a good book.
The double bedroom offers extra space and has lovely bedding, as well as a freestanding mirror.
You can even spot the mountains from the window and wake up to the view each day that goes by.
Outside is where you will want to be, relaxing in the raised enclosed garden bordered by flower beds, enjoying a barbecue on a sunny afternoon, or resting in the wonderful sun room.
There is superb walking from the doorstep, both in the Black Mountain and, further north, in the Amman Valley.
To the south is the Welsh coastline, with fabulous sandy beaches along The Mumbles, the National Wetland Centre of Wales and Pembrey Country Park.
About the location
Ammanford 6 miles; Neath 15 miles.
The old mining village of Cwmgors, nestling at the base of the wonderful Black Mountain, offers visitors a shop, pub and a takeaway. There is superb walking from the doorstep, both in the Black Mountain and, further north, in the Amman Valley, with their vast moorlands, prehistoric burial sites and medieval castles, and acting as the gateway to the Brecon Beacons. The bustling market town of Ammanford is 6 miles away, and boasts a variety of shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants, while the larger town of Neath is just a short drive away. For racing lovers, one of only two purpose built, all-weather trotting race tracks is close by at Tairgwaith, and holds regular race meetings from March to September. To the south is the magnificent Welsh coastline, with fabulous sandy beaches along The Mumbles, the National Wetland Centre of Wales and Pembrey Country Park. A central base for discovering all this part of Wales has to offer.