An old roadside village pub with traditional bar with wood burner in a large stone fireplace, separate restaurant, great views of Pen-y-Fan from small flower-bedecked front terrace, five double en-suite bedrooms, and separate living accommodation on the top floor. "Also available to rent."
This lovely pub has a welcoming bar with separate dining area, kitchen, and ladies and gents’ toilets. Upstairs on the first floor are 5 double B&B bedrooms and on the second floor is then a two bed owners flat with living room, bathroom and private kitchen. At the rear of the property is a small yard and enclosed beer garden with pedestrian side access. The Tair Bull is in a prominent position on the main road and would make a great business opportunity. There have been plans drawn up to extend the pub if needs be. Please see plans attached.
The plans currently show an extension to the dining area with a open glass veranda above enjoying fabulous views of the Beacons.
Libanus is a village close to Brecon which is a traditional market town, the centre of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Pen Y Fan is within a short drive of the pub. At 886m, Pen y Fan is the highest mountain in southern Britain, followed by Corn Du at 873m and Cribyn at 795m, and each year more than 250,000 pairs of feet make the trek to the summits of these impressive peaks, which brings in plenty of tourism to the area.
Also available to rent for £15,600 per annum
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band C’.