Holiday Cottages In The Brecon Beacons To Rent
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If you’re interested in Brecon Beacons’ produce, don’t miss out on the Penderyn Distillery or Pwll Mawr cheddar. There are also many pubs, restaurants and tea shops to choose from if you need refreshment on route. With minimal light pollution, the Brecon Beacons has an impressive nights sky. If you enjoy star gazing, this is the place to visit. Hopefully the night view will be preserved for years to come as this spot is also a designated International Dark Sky Reserve.
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Greg - verified booking
"We have been married almost 50 years and this was our first visit EVER to Wales. We will return! As well as the weather which was fabulous for our stay, S21406 was a delight. It was very well appointed, clean, welcoming, some nice quirky personal touches, an excellent place to relax, and only five minutes walk into the village. The view from the conservatory which faces West, one can watch the setting sun plus watch the wide variety of birds and wildlife feeding from the multitude of feeders. There are two other outside sitting areas which we made good use of after exploring the area. This lead us to our only 'complaint'.............the wine glasses are too big! Two glasses each and the bottle is empty! I will finalise this by saying "Highly Recommended""
Fatema - verified booking
"S57756 rateA lovely cottage with beautiful surroundings, and sheep on your doorstep! Very close to the four waterfall trail in Ystradfellte, and also to Pen y Fan and Corn Du. The cottage is very remote, with no 3G signal and no WiFi. Take good note of the path into the cottage from the A470 once you are shown it by the host, because the postcode doesn’t help with locating it! Electricity is operated with a generator, which can be left on overnight if absolutely necessary, particularly for perishable fridge items. The cottage is well stocked with bed linen, towels, crockery and cutlery, and there are some condiments too. The host is very friendly and helpful! Many thanks for a nice stay."
Louise - verified booking
"If it’s a get away from everything Holiday you’re looking for then look no further. Tucked away in the hills, no net connection until you reach the road, a peaceful idyllic farmhouse, stone floors, walls and staircase, surrounded by sheep, horses and cows. The nearest co-op is approx 5 kms away, a couple of take aways, great fish n chip shop. Set close to the Beacons this is a perfect setting. Rhossili Bay is approx 1hr 20 mins away. Plenty of walks, superb waterfalls. Very well equipped accommodation, basic and well catered for. We had a superb break, my grandson loved the stream which runs at the bottom of the garden. I would recommend. The owners were very accommodating."
Mrs Michelle Redmond - verified booking
"Very clean and well equipped property. Dog proof garden much appreciated and direct access from a few yards down the road onto the Beacon. Also useful utility / boot room. The Ancient Briton pub is excellent for both food, service and will accept children (and dogs if you book ahead). The Pentre Stables had excellent hacking straight onto the Brecon Beacons on sensible horses / ponies for all standards (www.pentrestables.co.uk). Henrhyd Falls well worth the visit and climb, and Brecon Market is a little tired but a good excuse to visit the town and there are canal boats to hire and good places to eat. The drive is a lovely sight see in itself from the house to Brecon. "
Mr Leahy - verified booking
"I have stayed in 5 self catering properties within 5 miles of this property and this is by far the best. Me, my wife and 7 year old daughter had a wonderful stay in this very comfortable house, the lady who let us in was very nice and helpful and the house was well kept and clean. The two rear bedrooms single and double looked out directly onto the hills with fields full of animals and woods. There were 3 local pubs and a small post office within walking distance. There is a lovely river walk and children's playground just at the bottom of the road and plenty to do and see in the local area, fantastic walks and places to explore nearby. Would love to visit again."