Fan Cottage - sleeps 6 in luxury in Brecon BeaconsFan Cottage is a detached cottage in the west of the Brecon Beacons with magnificent views overlooking Cray Reservoir and was totally refurbished to a high standard in early 2017. It is ideal for a family or group of friends. Hill or reservoir walks are accessible straight out of the garden. We welcome well behaved dogs - additional charge of £20/dog. We take 7 nights or 3 night weekend bookings from Friday - weekend price is £300 to £500: stay of 7 nights have a minimum of 30% discount.
Cosy cottage in hamlet with pubPretty pet-friendly Bwthyn Gwennol, near Brecon, is a 'best of both worlds' bolthole offering a cosy yet contemporary, wild yet WiFi, close to a pub yet peaceful getaway on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park in the Epynt hills. Recently refurbished stone-built cottage offering a characterful rustic-modern mix of decor, a well-equipped home from home with walks from the door, a country pub a stone's throw away that is perfectly placed to explore the Brecon Beacons & beyond.
Self check in to this dog friendly cosy former lead miners cottage at the end of a quiet, cobbled, grade 2 listed terrace in beautiful Rhandirmwyn. It is a 3 minute walk to the Royal Oak, winner of best pub in central Wales 2018. The cottage is south facing with a wonderful view of the Towy valley. As well as its dramatic landscape, the area is rich in history, Twm Sion Cati (theWelsh Robin hood) hid out from the law in a nearby cave. Wonderful for walking, cycling, swimming, or relaxing.....
Llangoedmor House is a Grade II listed Georgian house in the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Fforest Fawr UNESCO Global Geopark in the beautiful village of Myddfai. The house is a comfortable home-from-home with a log-burning stove, oak beams, stone walls and a pretty, private, courtyard herb garden, perfect for outdoor dining, and busy with little birds year-round.
Located in the county of Powys . Which is currently not affected by Covid lockdown . Cosy Annex attached to a traditional stone farmhouse , stunning views across the valley towards the Usk reservoir. It is situated in a beautiful rural location in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park about a mile from Trecastle village. Perfect for cyclists and walkers and a short distance from Usk reservoir with excellent trout fishing. Annex is cleaned to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning policy.
A gorgeous, sympathetically restored character barn, set in the beautiful countryside within the Brecon Beacons National Park with exposed stonework, oak beams, flag stone floor with under-floor heating and log burner. The living area is spacious, yet cosy, with a well equipped kitchen and dining area. Large bedroom with a king size bed and a stylish bathroom with shower. Guests have sole use of a sunny south-west facing terrace enjoying grand views across the Sawdde Valley.
Fedw is our family farm nestled in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Set on the edge of Wales' largest National Park it affords breathtaking views and stunning scenery surrounded with endless walking and cycling opportunities. Our beautiful ensuite rooms include a super king bed (or two singles), fridge, safe, hairdryer, kettle, free Wi-Fi and private patio area with parking right outside your door. Two other rooms available. Onsite café (Open Fri-Sun) for pre booked breakfast and refreshments.
Auld Ffynnon is a charming, stone-built detached cottage situated in a quiet lane in the Brecon Beacons village of Trecastle. This one bedroomed holiday cottage is ideal for couples looking for a peaceful break in the stunning scenery of the Welsh valleys, hills and mountains of the National Park. Trecastle is a charming village . There are several Pubs in Sennybridge which is only a five minute drive and they all serve good food. Auld Ffynnon is perfect for a get away from it all holiday.
Embrace the natural, cosy interiors on this romantic getaway. Open the doors to the terrace, and let the sounds of nature waft through the hut. Light the log burner inside or spend the evening gazing up at the stars from the hot tub and get back in touch with nature. The Flying Scotsman is set on a river fronted field and has a spectacular views over the valley. You’ll love this hut because of its coziness, and the views. It's perfect for couples, solo adventurers, and a small dog.
Set like a jewel in the beautiful Brecon Beacons, this tiny house is inspired by a traditional shepherd hut and offers super luxurious accommodation. Both cosy and private it's a place to snuggle down and get away from it all. It is cosy, light, airy and free of draughts. It has a clean, fresh comfortable feel and a traditional log burner. If the weather is good it is an ideal location for outdoor pursuits. If the weather is poor, stay inside and watch films, listen to music or play games.
Romantic & spacious hayloft with a cosy vibe in a rambling C19th stone barn with a bird's eye view of the countryside. Cwtch up in front of the log burner on the balcony with a glass of something special & enjoy the views & stars of the Cambrian Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. Stunning location, 70 acres to explore, walks from the door to hidden valleys, mountain streams, waterfalls & pub. Perfect spot to read, write, paint, relax and enjoy the romance of the restless Welsh sky.
Gilfach translates from the Welsh as ‘nook’ or ‘hideaway’. This perfectly describes the farm, tucked away in a steep sided valley yet only 5mins drive from the A40. The farm dates back four hundred years, part of the original stone barn has been converted into the Barn Cottage. Just north of the Brecon Beacons national park and nestling in the folds of the hills. The cottage has a cosy wood burner and everything you need to enjoy tranquillity and rest.