Wales, United Kingdom
Llwyncor is a peach of a house for groups wanting to nest in a wilderness. It's not irretrievably off the beaten track, but the majestic prospect of the Western Brecon Beacons suggests it is so. The abundant delights include fishing close by, big gardens, tiny chapels, ruined castles, kites wheeling, sandy beaches and rock pools an hour away, and walks of all shapes and sizes straight from the door. If it blizzards, the Victorian house has a great sense of space; certainly it's a house made for hide and seek. Unobtrusively attached to the owner's early long house, Llwyncor is a very elegant mixture of new and old. Through the porch, the light pillared ground floor is largely open plan with a big open fireplace and sweeping wooden floors, stacks of good books, stylishness and space. Bedrooms with beautiful beams are higgledy-piggledy over three floors, the white tiled kitchen is practical not ritzy, the long wooden table invites lazy dinners. There's a utility room and, outside, a barbecue looking westwards. When it snows the owners will collect and return you to the main road if required; so get your skates on.
- Wheelchair access
- At least one bedroom & bathroom accessible.
- Limited mobility
- At least one bedroom & bathroom accessible without steps.
- Children welcome
- Kids of all ages can stay.
- No smoking
- Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
- Wireless internet access available.
- Public transport
- Within 10 miles of a bus/train station.
- Owner has pets
- Animals living on the property.
Open fire / woodburner
Cooked meals available
Shop within 3 miles
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- 1 House for 10
Shorter stays available. 2 nights, £600. 3 nights, £700.
Trecastle, Brecon, Powys