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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Lucy - verified booking
"We had a wonderful bank holiday weekend at Mill Cottage. Our hosts lived just a handful of metres away in the main farm house and were extremely friendly and accommodating, not batting an eyelid when we turned up at almost 11pm and happily showing us how to work the heating etc. They'd also kindly provided a welcome basket with some local bread, cheese and cider, as well as their own homemade raspberry jam which made for a delicious breakfast. The cottage itself was spotlessly clean and wonderfully cosy. It was well located with a small village nearby and easy access to the Brecon Beacons and the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. We were also told that we could freely wander around the farm and take ourselves off for walks across the fields which was lovely. One thing to note: we had dinner at the Nag's Head on our hosts' recommendation although when we got there they didn't have any vegetarian options without prior notice so make sure you phone ahead if you have dietary requirements - the pub landlords were really friendly and welcoming, and the food that we did have was really delicious so it's worth a visit."
Ana - verified booking
"Hosts are caring and helpful.Hot tub that's private and over looking areas of woodland/fields is wonderful. We had not used hot tubs before and didn't think much of it before we got there but were surprised by how much we liked it. Location is convenient for exploring points of interest but if you are looking for a busy town feel with lots of amenities/restaurants, this might not be for you.We would describe it as clean, functional, and practical rather than a romantic picture of a cottage.Kitchen equipment/provision is great (things like toilet roll, cling film, foil and plenty of towels provided throughout - we were not expecting that!).The living space inside the cottage is small..in effect kitchen, dining area and living room being squeezed into one. So, if you feel claustrophobic in smaller spaces, this may not be for you.Bunk Beds not so good...particularly the mattresses - spring mattresses and need replacing because they don't allow for a good night's sleep especially if an adult is using these beds. If these were not replaced, it would stop us from returning to this cottage."
lianne - verified booking
"This is a fabulous house with everything you'd need or want from a holiday home. The location is beautiful and the house is stunning; perfect for family holidays or a group of friends to chill out. The outside space gets the sun pretty much all day and the hot tub is very relaxing. The bedrooms are large with comfy beds and beautiful views across the fields. Kitchen is well equipped and has everything you need, including a utility room with a large fridge freezer. There is no signal here but we liked that as you werent distracted by texts and phkne calls. There is wifi though and its really good so youre not totallh cut off if you want to look on the net. 7 of us used it ag the same time and it worked perfectly. We loved our stay here and booked to go back again as soon as we got home! The owners are friendly and on arrival there was a home baked cake waiting for us which was delicious and did not last very long at all! Overall a beautiful house and location and we all look forward to going back!"
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"We had a lovely few days in the cottage, we met up with our family and although it rained the whole time we had great fun going out for the days and playing games in the evening. The cottage is well equipped to meet the needs of a family. The only problem we encountered was that it was difficult to control the temperature of the upstairs shower. However we all just used the downstairs shower so it wasn't too much of a problem.We had a lovely day out at the Big Pit and also a run on the Brecon National Railway. We enjoyed a tour of Talgarth Mill and the wee ones took part in a workshop within the Mill making rag rug sheep.We had a lovely meal in the Bridge End Inn where the owner made us very welcome. The food was excellent."
Timothy - verified booking
"A really comfortable cottage in an idyllic location. The property had a lot of character and charm with a large garden and stream nearby. Wonderful dark skies at night and close proximity to country walks.Our hosts were very friendly and welcoming without being intrusive on our peace and quiet. The nearby village is handy for pub meals and local shop. We enjoyed fantastic sunny warm weather and enjoyed seeing many historical and natural sites nearby.One minor problem was the access lane being very uneven which some low slung vehicles might have difficulty with.However overall the standard of accommodation was very high and I would recommend it as an excellent quiet retreat in beautiful surroundings."