‘Brecon Beacons in the Summer Time’
‘Brecon Beacons – Hill Sheep Gathering’
‘Llwyn-y-fron’s Breconshire Hedgerows’
* Easily accessible, relatively un-visited and only three hours from London, Birmingham and Manchester the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains National Parks are wild and magnificent.
* The house is a 2½ hour walk to the top of the highest mountain Pen-y-Fan and a gentle half an hour walk through farmland to the nearest pub at Llanfrynach.
* Accessed by driving up one of the least visited lanes, the secluded position is enhanced by outstanding scenery and magnificent views. Bordering the Beacons themselves, with farmland below, the house offers a fantastic location for all ages. The region enjoys some of the most impressive and distinctive upland formations in Britain, with the National Park covering an area of 520 sq miles (1347 sq km). The local flora and fauna is extensive with particularly prolific bird-life.
* There is a huge selection of walking options from the house itself, whether you head straight up to the northern ridge to Fan-y-Big, following the deserted valley track to the nearby upland waterfall or explore the rolling northeastern valleys.
* Llanfrynach – the local village two miles away – has a beautiful church with tower dating back to 1855 and a friendly pub, The White Swan, with excellent food. The canal tow-path leading through to either Brecon or Pencelli is a short walk away.
* Other side trips include Abergavenny, Crickhowell, Langorse and Hay-on-Wye.