Winnie's Hayloft, Bwlch
Winnies Hayloft sleeps 2. Winnies Hayloft sits on the brow of the hill in Bwlch on the road between Brecon and Crickhowell – 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 and exploring this beautiful area.
The kitchen is well fitted with a gas oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and washing machine. 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 and oak floor. There is a “wet room” with a shower, handbasin and toilet.
Behind the cottage is a small seating 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. Reasonable mobile reception. Welcome pack. High chair, Travel Cot and stairgates available upon request. Wi-Fi.
Village shop and pub serving meals close by and farm shop. Good access for walking and Llangorse Lake nearby.
Rough camping available with drinking water and compost toilets suitable for walkers on the Beacons Way – please contact for location and more information.
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