This charming stone-built, detached cottage is situated off a peaceful lane in the Brecon Beacons village of Trecastle, within the grounds of the owner's home.
With the feel of a traditional cottage, yet boasting modern furniture and utilities throughout - including gas central heating - this compact, one-bedroom holiday home is ideal for couples or small families seeking a peaceful break among the stunning hills and beautiful valleys of the National Park.
From a gravelled parking area at the front of the property, with space for one car, entry to the property is by stone steps and may not be suitable for guests with mobility difficulties.
The main room of the cottage, entered by the front door, is a good sized, open plan living area featuring a kitchen with an electric single oven and hob, small fridge/freezer, washing machine, and ample storage.
A dining table comfortably seats two adults and two children, and the living area also features a television and electric fire.
In the living area is a modern sofa bed, which would perhaps suit up a child.
Off the kitchen/living area is a short corridor leading to the back door of the property which opens onto the owner's garden.
Off the hallway is the bathroom and a comfortably proportioned double bedroom.
The tiled bathroom includes a WC, basin, and a modern shower cubicle with electric shower.
Over the mirror is a combination shaving socket and downlight.
Opposite the bathroom is an adequate sized bedroom with double bed and wardrobe.
The bedroom includes a window with gorgeous views over the property owner's well-kept garden.
A gravelled parking area is at the front of the property, with space for one car, and a small seating area.
A handful of shrubs and large plants to the exterior of the building shield it from the lane and provide a peaceful and secluded feel.
There is no garden associated with the holiday home, and so no pets are permitted.
Trecastle is a charming village, and a pub serving food is an easy three-minute walk from the cottage itself.
Sennybridge, three miles away, has a greater range of shops and cafes as well as a local health centre.
Located in the centre of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the cottage is ideally located as a base for walking holidays or if you are looking to take advantage of the fishing available at Usk Reservoir.
The larger towns of Brecon and Llandovery are a short drive away and feature major supermarkets, shops, opportunities for eating out, and a range of leisure possibilities including a swimming pool and climbing wall.
A modern property with all the charm of a traditional cottage, Auld Fynnon is perfect for a short break enjoying the peace and tranquillity of the Brecon Beacons at any time of year
All ground floor. One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin, and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining, and seating area with electric fire and sofa bed.
About the location
Brecon 12 miles.
Trecastle ‘The Town of the Castle’ is a village beautifully positioned on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and is named after an early 12th century Motte and Bailey fortification which still exists, and is the largest of its type in the National Park. A pretty little village, Trecastle is scattered on either side of the A40 between Brecon and Llandovery, and offers 2 pubs, a cafe with a small farm shop and two wonderful antique centres where you will find fine examples of early Welsh life. The scenic Brecon Beacons beckon walkers and cyclists alike, or stay closer to the town and walk right up Trecastle’s very own mountain. The nearby trails are a must for mountain bikers and pony trekkers with outstanding scenery all year round. A short journey will bring you to Brecon to enjoy a visit to the Cathedral, the museums, a little shopping or maybe a boat trip on the canal. With the area steeped in Roman history there is much to discover in this beautiful part of Wales.