The property is set within the heart of a working farmwhich is tucked away into the hillside offering access to the rugged Welsh landscape and countryside from your front door. The traditional hamlet of Painscastle is under 0.25 miles and is well served with a good village inn. For walkers, there are The Begwyns, 580 acres of National Trust hills with breathtaking views across the Brecon Beacons National Park. For the energetic, there are several adventure training providers, where you can rent a canoe, or enjoy a high rope course and gorge walking. Hay-on-Wye, which is just a short drive away, is famous for its International Book Festival, with plenty of second-hand bookshops, an art-house cinema and independent shops, as well as The Globe at Hay.
Climb the stone steps up to the front door and step inside, the living space is full of character and is open plan. In the cosy lounge, there is a large sofa where you can relax after a day exploring, along with a generously sized smart TV where you can enjoy a good movie. A table and chairs are set to the side of the room, perfect for a simple supper. A kitchen area that is equipped with everything you need to cook up a storm features an electric oven and induction hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. There is a ground-floor shower room with a shower and WC. The double bedroom with Velux windows is accessed via a pull-down ladder with a rope rail.
Outside, a garden area is shared with the owner and features a table and chairs. There is off-road parking for two cars.