This stunning detached farmhouse is situated on the owner’s working farm, yet completely enclosed and private, and is set amongst beautiful countryside near the quiet village of Llanbister.
This is a superb farmhouse offering quality holiday cottage accommodation for a large group of family or friends to enjoy a relaxing break in stylish surroundings.
The warm and welcoming accommodation includes six delightful bedrooms, including a ground floor double and a master with en-suite facilities.
Decorated to a high standard throughout, with modern and bright accommodation, the well-equipped kitchen has a warming woodburner, and a breakfast bar that can seat three guests, ideal for keeping the designated chef company!
A spacious separate dining room, also benefiting from a woodburner is a great place to socialise with friends and loved ones whist enjoying a delicious home-cooked meal, before retiring to the sitting room which offers enough comfy seating for all guests.
Outside, not only can you savour the delightful views but there is also a hot tub and sauna to really ensure you have the most relaxing holiday possible.
A patio with garden furniture also benefits from a large wall-mounted TV, the prefect space for dining alfresco and socialising during those warmer months.
The peaceful village of Abbeycwmhir, in the lovely Radnorshire Hills is just five miles away and is home to the Cistercian Abbey founded in 1176 and also boasts a friendly village pub.
The area is perfect for walkers and cyclists alike with the Glyndwr’s Way national trail and Cycle Route 25 being easily reached, both offering beautiful scenery along the way.
Short drives away are the Cambrian Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, which provide even more of a walking challenge.
Enjoy a ride on the Brecon Mountain Railway through breathtaking scenery, the beautiful lakes of the Elan Valley or the Red Kite Feeding Station at Rhayader.
Upper Caerfaelog provides all the ingredients for a truly memorable holiday and will have you wanting to return time and time again.