This quality, detached Llangorse holiday cottage is next to the owners’ home and shares with them the wonderful Brecon Beacons views and this delightfully peaceful location.
Drive through this picturesque village and you will be more than happy with your choice when you see the welcoming sight of this pretty Langorse cottage.
Walk around the back to see the large lawned gardens with beautiful views and step into the porch before going into the spacious kitchen, where a comfortable settee allows guests to relax while meals are prepared before being thoroughly enjoyed around the country kitchen table.
The equally spacious sitting room is a sheer delight where you can sit and chat or enjoy your favourite TV programmes together.
When the owners converted this wonderful Llangorse cottage, they had space and light in mind and to this end the two bedrooms are part of the great result, allowing you to wake up to countryside sounds and wonderful mountain views.
Both bedrooms have room to sit and relax, and also offer en-suite bathrooms.
With a further shower room on the ground floor, this superb Llangorse holiday cottage is perfect for a family holiday.
With countryside walks from the doorstep, the chance to explore the area on bikes, or maybe try some boating on the village lake, this really is the perfect spot for outdoor activities.
The historic cathedral town of Brecon is only a short drive away, boasting beautiful Georgian and Jacobean architecture, many museums, a theatre and cinema, individual shops, restaurants as well as traditional inns serving real ale and local food.
From this excellent Llangorse holiday cottage, all the family will find something to do and then return to spend the evenings in the most pleasant surroundings, whilst planning the next day’s activities.
About the location
Brecon 6 miles.
This charming village in the Brecon Beacons National Park is a scattered village with two pubs with restaurants, both serving different menus and one offering the opportunity to see its micro-brewery where your drink was created. Within a mile of the village you will find Llangorse Lake which is the largest natural lake in South Wales. It boasts an ancient crannog and is one of the most scenic places to enjoy a stroll, watch the birdlife or take to its water for a boat ride or to do some fishing. Surrounded by the magnificent Beacons, this is a perfect base for walkers and bikers and the historic cathedral town of Brecon, boasting beautiful Georgian and Jacobean architecture, many museums, a theatre and cinema, individual shops, restaurants and inns serving real ales and local food, is just six miles away. A beautifully picturesque village in superb countryside.