Brecon 2 miles.
A high quality studio apartment attached to the owners' home, close to the River Usk in the quiet hamlet of Fennifach, two miles from Brecon.
This pretty Brecon self-catering apartment offers very comfortable accommodation, lovingly styled to offer a perfect romantic base in a wonderfully peaceful location.
This beautiful Brecon self-catering apartment has the most welcoming feel - the lovely balcony is ideal for alfresco dining and soaking up the lovely views, while inside, the accommodation is cosy whatever the weather.
Spend relaxing days in and around this lovely Brecon self-catering apartment with scenic river walks right from the doorstep taking you further into the countryside or into Brecon town itself where you can enjoy the wonderful architecture, the quaint little shops, afternoon tea or a trip to the theatre.
Maybe enjoy boat rides on the river or fantastic walks through the magnificent Brecon Beacons, with their ever-changing scenery.
With great cycle routes in the Brecon Beacons, why not bring along your bike?
The area is ideal for walking, hiking, cycling or just enjoying wonderful days out.
The Brecon Beacons National Park has been designated an International Dark Sky Reserve for astronomers, only the fifth in the world.
Head further south to explore Swansea and Cardiff, or head west to Laugharne, home to Dylan Thomas's writing shed.
Laugharne will be home to many celebrations of Thomas's work in 2014 as the village marks the centenary of the poet's birth.
From this delightful Brecon self-catering apartment you can explore an abundance of castles and museums, watch the red kites at the nearby feeding station, enjoy permit fishing, wander around beautiful gardens, maybe add a round of golf and then return to your romantic retreat for cosy evenings together.
A perfect Brecon self-catering apartment, all year round.
About the location
Hay-on-Wye 15 miles; Builth Wells 16 miles; Abergavenny 20 miles.
On the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park lies 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. The Brecon Beacons National Park offers the avid walker and keen cyclist spectacular 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 with its numerous book shops, visit the craft and collectors’ fairs and the four day Royal Welsh Agricultural Show at Builth Wells, or explore the delightful medieval town of Abergavenny. A perfect base for an all-year-round family holiday.