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Built in 1740, Ynys Clydach is a beautiful stone-built cottage situated in an idyllic and secluded location on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. 
Sympathetically renovated, the cottage offers a mix of the traditional and more modern – an inglenook fireplace, thick stone walls, beams and Welsh slate floors along with a stunning kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine and induction hob, woodburner and central heating, comfy sofas, flat screen TV, DVD, Bluetooth speaker, and a luxury bathroom.
There is a small enclosed garden partly laid to lawn with patio table and chairs. A further area extends across a farm track to a stream, with woodland, seating areas and views across the valley to the woods and hills beyond. 
For those freezing winter days and wet Welsh summer nights the property also benefits from a fantastic BBQ lodge giving guests the opportunity to barbecue indoors all year round.
Ynys Clydach is also home to a large family of bats.  Visit during the summer months and watch them leave their roost in the eaves at dusk.
The house, while in a fairly remote location, has easy access to the A40 which is within 1 mile.  The owners live in the farmhouse at the back of the cottage, so although attached both properties are completely separate. The nearest neighbours are just across the courtyard in a separate barn. 


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