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.
This beautiful two bedroomed cottage has an inglenook fireplace, thick stone walls, beams and Welsh slate floors along with a fully equiped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine and induction hob, a woodburning stove, central heating, comfy sofas, flat screen TV, DVD, Bluetooth speaker, and a luxury shower room.
There is a small enclosed garden partly laid to lawn which is dog secure (medium to large) and guests are also free to use an area opposite the cottage. This is divided into two halves by a stream with a bridge across – there is a variety of seating in this area including a picnic bench.
The cottage also boasts a BBQ Lodge giving guests the opportunity to barbecue indoors all year round. Guests are also entitled to a 10% discount on the hire of electric bikes from Sennybridge Electric Bikes.
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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