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Ty Cerrig is a stylish barn conversion located in the pretty hamlet of Cathedine, Wales.
Internally, the property has been completely renovated into a holiday home, with modern furnishings and spacious rooms.
Stepping through the door, you enter into a open-plan kitchen and dining area, offering generous white units and worktops with ample preparation space for cooking up a storm for the whole family - with a convenient breakfast bar where you can enjoy a relaxing breakfast with panoramic views of the Black Mountains through floor to ceiling windows.
The sitting room rests adjacent to the kitchen, with a large corner sofa and armchair to relax on of an evening while enjoying your favourite shows on the Smart TV - with the added benefit of a lovely woodburning stove in an attractive stone chimney breast to keep you warm.
Upstairs has four spacious bedrooms; one super king-size, two double and one twin - ideal for families or large groups, with plenty of contemporary furniture to store all your personal items.
The family bathroom offers an elegant fitted bath and separate shower cubicle so you can decide how best to prepare for your day.
Outside, has a lovely veranda area with furniture, a lovely spot to sit out of an evening and enjoy the sunset.
Nearby are tons of beautiful walks straight from the doorstep.
Just wander up the back lane, for example, and within minutes you'll be strolling towards the peak of Mynydd Llangorse, with fine views all the way of Pen y Fan and Lake Llangorse, accompanied by red kites above and wild ponies on the hillside.
At night enjoy the Milky Way in its full glory, in this dark sky area.
While staying in the area, take a trip into the neighbouring towns and villages to discover a variety of hidden gems.
For a taste of history, Blaenllynfi Castle is a 6 minute walk away, a Scheduled Ancient Monument where you can see remains of early 13th century castle walls, buttresses, towers and moat in a glade of trees.
Or venture five miles away towards Tretower Castle, a Grade I listed ruined motte and bailey castle, dating back to the 12th century a Grade I listed ruined castle, dating back to the 12th century and was built as a motte and bailey castle.
Llangorse Lake is also nearby, and is ideal for those interested in fishing and boating - with stunning lakeside views to coincide.
Situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park, you can explore the mountain range, with so many sports to get involved with, including rock climbing, cycling and mountain biking, walking and water-sports.
Offering a wide selection of fine pubs, restaurants and cafés in the area - let's not forget the food and drink festivals nearby.
Ty Cerrig is the ultimate choice for families looking for a remote countryside break in Wales.