Full of character, this quirky one-bedroom apartment boasts some truly magnificent views. Star gaze by night, dine alfresco on the balcony or head off to tackle the summit of Pen y Fan.
Nestled in one of the most beautiful parts of the Brecon Beacons National Park, with mountains, reservoirs, great country pubs and views for miles. The cathedral town of Brecon lies in one direction, Crickhowell and foodie haven Abergavenny lies in the other, with Hay-on-Wye a delight for rummaging through book shops and antique stores. There are numerous trails for walking, cycling and riding throughout the Brecon Beacons; or try sailing, paddle boarding and kayaking at Llangorse Lake. Train enthusiasts will love the Brecon Beacons Mountain Railway whilst avid historians wouldn’t want to miss the Big Pit Mining Museum. There is a shop, pub and restaurant within 4 miles.
Comprising the top floor of Cantref House, this bright and colourful self-contained apartment is surprisingly spacious and benefits from its own entrance which is accessed up 26 outdoor steps. On entering you will find a very well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, coffee machine, and toaster make mealtimes pleasurable. Dine alfresco morning, noon and night on the balcony and make the most of the mesmerising dark skies with the telescope. From the kitchen you enter the cheerful living room with two sofas, which boasts fantastic views towards the Brecon Beacons, and the electric wood burner effect fire makes for a cosy evening. Down a small hallway you will find the inviting bedroom with super comfortable king-size bed where you will wake to wonderful views. After all of your walks taking in the every changing scenery of the surrounding areas, enjoy a shower in the stylish bathroom.
Guests are welcome to soak up the sun on the front lawn, and there is ample off-road parking. There is a shop, pub and restaurant within 4 miles.