Spacious 4 bedroomed bungalow in idyllic setting amidst Cambrian mountains in unspoilt countryside of mid Wales. Ideal for walkers/cyclists or base for exploring the stunning vicinity.
The bungalow has four bedrooms - two double and two twin. There are two bathrooms both with showers and one of which has a bath. The kitchen has an electric oven/hob, fridge/ freezer, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher.
There is a large light and airy lounge with wood burning stove, 42" LCD TV and comfortable sofas.
Outside there is a large lawned area and patio.
The property has super fast fibre wifi throughout.
There is a village pub two minutes walk away. The village also has a Victorian mansion which is open to the public.
The Local area is a perfect destination for anyone seeking all year round activities, whether its a gentle amble or energising mountain biking across the rugged hills, the spectacular countryside provides an inspiring backdrop for it all.
The bungalow is situated in Abbey Cwm Hir (Abbey in the long valley), a picturesque village tucked away in the Radnorshire hills with character and history, including the ruins of a Cistercian Abbey where it is believed the headless body of Prince Llewellyn (the last native Prince of Wales) is buried.The cistercian monks founded the Abbey in 1143 and always liked to build in secluded places thus the village sits hidden away from the "outside world" nestling amongst the tree covered hills. Glyndwrs Way National Trail and national cycle route 25 pass through the village making it a perfect base for walking/cycling and exploring mid wales and seeing nature at its best.The market town of Rhayader and the Elan Valley is 6.5 miles and the spa town of Llandrindod Wells is 9 miles. The coast is 40 miles.
The surrounding Area
The nearby 70 square mile estate of the flooded Elan Valley is spectacularly beautiful and is home to some of Britains most rare wildlife and plants along with magnificent engineering to create a fantastic experience whatever your choice of activity.
Ideal for walkers who appreciate the unspoilt beauty of the magnificent mountain scenery, natural history and calming peace of the countryside.
Hundreds of miles of bridleways and quiet lanes, makes this the ideal base for cyclists of all ages and abilities to explore the area. Cycle hire is available and allows you to explore the spectacular views including the 13km (8mile) Elan Trail which runs through scenic countryside around the Elan Valley reservoirs. It is a safe and dedicated trail for all visitors, from walkers, cyclists to wheelchair users and children.
The surrounding countryside is home to the famous Red Kite and daily feeding can be seen at the UKs leading Red Kite Centre, Gigrin Farm just six miles away. Over 150 kites gather for the daily afternoon feeding sessions at Gigrin Kite Centre, not to mention scores of buzzards and ravens.