Sleeps 2, 1 bedroom. Winnies Hayloft sits on the brow of the hill in Bwlch on the road between Brecon and Crickhowell – so an ideal location for those wanting to visit family in the The Welsh Valleys – just a quick scenic drive over Llangynidr Mountain or generally touring in this beautiful area.
The kitchen is well fitted with a gas hob and an electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and a fridge. Dining Table and chairs and a quarry tiled floor.
Upstairs to a light and airy sitting room with sofa and chair, TV with SKY Freeview and DVD. There are large velux sky-lights with lovely views across the valley to Llangynidr Mountain and down towards Crickhowell.
The bedroom has a double bed with oak beams. There is a wet room shower room with shower, handbasin and toilet.
Behind the cottage is a small courtyard area with garden furniture and a BBQ. Parking for unloading outside the cottage and a designated parking area just across the road.
Bedlinen and towels provided. All electricity and gas central heating. Pets on discussion with the owner – downstairs only. Safe storage for mountain bikes etc. in an adjoining garage on discussion with the owner. Good mobile reception. Welcome pack. Travel Cot. WI-FI
There is an excellent circular walk starting from Bwlch around Llangorse Lake, the largest lake in South Wales.
The village has a shop, post office, local pub serving good food and Beacons farm shop. The River Usk and the canal in Llangynidr village about 1 miles away. Brecon 7 miles. Crickhowell 7 miles.
Excellant walks from the door
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bedlinen and towels provided.
Pets Allowed: Yes. One Dog
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. Non Smoking
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Behind the cottage is a small courtyard area with garden furniture and a BBQ.
Local Services: Bus Stop, Pub, Shop, walking, cycling.
From the Severn Bridge, M4, come off the M4 at Junction 24 sign posted Newport/Monmouth A449. Take theA449 towards Monmouth/Abergavenny. From Abergavenny, take the A40 through Crickhowell and onto Bwlch.