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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Ann-Marie - verified booking
"First impressions were that I hadnt seen anywhere about the road to the cottage being a long, single track road with few passing places. Alot of people would be put off by this. Once we were inside, we wanted to put the heating on and also run a bath. We read the instructions for the boiler but no matter what we did we couldnt get it to work. We noticed the boiler showed 0 water pressure. I called the number on the information sheet, and left a message. 20 minutes later I called the mobile number instead, and we waited about half an hour for someone to come and sort the boiler out. It was fine after that, but a bit of a hassle after a long drive.The windows were filthy inside and out, and there were cobwebs everywhere, especially in corners of the bathrooms and between the curtains and radiator in the main bedroom, and around the windows, too. The blankets on the sofas smelled very doggy, so did the rug in front of the fire. There were cobwebs in the cupboards in the kitchen too, I was shocked when I got a saucepan out and my arm brushed one! However, the towels were soft, the bedding lovely, and we had most of what we wanted. Kitchen-wise it would have been good to have something like a Pyrex casserole dish as we wanted to make a curry but wasnt sure the china serving dish would be oven safe. There is also no bowl for the scales! The views were lovely, but we had to move the benches outside as they were right by the boiler exhaust and fumes! One chair we didnt use as the back of the seating piece was broken. The barbeque was uncovered, not in the shed, and the cover had clearly not been used for a very long time, being left in a leafy heap on the patio.Other than these things, it was a comfortable stay, and we really loved being away from it all. A teenager with very very slow wifi was tricky though! We woud stay again, but having stayed now, don't think its worth the amount being asked for a week just out of peak season."
K.K. - verified booking
"We have had a wonderful holiday here! (Father, mother, four children aged 11 and 7 years) Fernlea is a very charming, cozy cottage, large enough for all of us and all amenities, including a delicious garden. The village is just a row of houses along a quiet road that cuts through the beautiful Brecon Beacons high leads to beautiful waterfalls, barren mountain passes and a range of hiking opportunities - more fun because you can walk everywhere and through. We wandered through flowery fields (with sheep and horses) and forests, climb peaks, endless icy streams and saw waterfalls, picturesque castles, villages and towns visited, steam trains driven - we actually had the first feeling that we ordered another week had to remain. The population is very friendly and the facilities in the area perfect: in the nearby village is a village shop and two pubs serving good food, and a fifteen minute drive is a fun shopping with excellent supermarkets. And the famed British rain? The first week did not bother us, the environment seems like Burgers Bush and blow it does not matter. And the second week the weather was sunny, bright and warm, much better than in the Netherlands! And fun for the chil"
Jan - verified booking
"Fernlea Cottage is in a beautiful area of u200bu200bthe "Brecon Becons". The cottage is small but equipped with all necessary conveniences: modern kitchen, dishwasher, washer and dryer, TV upstairs and downstairs. The cottage is for rent for 6 people but that is very optimistic. For four adults is well suited. If you're taller than 1.90 then it becomes difficult to sleep because the beds are unable to handle. You will also here and there in the head to pull you from one to the other room goes. Furthermore, the slightly twisted ladder for people who have difficulty walking a challenge. This can also be a hindrance for a family with small kinderen.Wij spent two weeks in the hamlet of Aber (located about 3 km from Talybon-on-Usk) spent. The weather was mixed but well suited for activities. It is clear that in this area quite often rains so a raincoat may come in handy. Furthermore, beautiful nature, silence, hospitable people and plenty of opportunities for walks on reasonably flat to challenging klimpartijen.J.Noordam July 25, 2010"
Betty - verified booking
"The arrival was particularly difficult because the road to which the house was located was not found by our Google Maps and the entire city was found to have the same zip code. In spite of the directions sent to Google Maps through the maps, we could not find it impossible. The house owner, however, kept us endlessly patiently on the road to a nearby pub (where we did not recognize the address). Finally, a friend of the owner who was there was extremely kindly invited to pick us up with her car and drive us out to point the way. End well, well.We arrived on a quiet, narrow road, in a beautiful valley, and were warmly welcomed by the owner in a cottage with a nice atmosphere, flowers on the table, milk in the fridge, the firewood ready to go Stitching ... delicious!"
C.H.J. - verified booking
"We had a perfect holiday, actually nevertheless had perfect weather, occasional bui.Hele beautiful surroundings, you can include hiking, cycling, beautiful routes.Er is much to do in the Brecon Beacons, lovely villages and towns , castles and castle ruins, beautiful walks in, over hills and bergen.Voor sporty holidaymaker Black Mountain Activities and Llangorse Multi Activity Centre where you can canoe, rafting, mountain biking, horse riding, climbing, abseiling been edNaar Cardiff castle and town, in town is much to do many types of stores, a number of shopping malls, many terraces and food and beverage gelegenheden.De steam train in Merthyr Tydfil Brecon Mountain Railways has certainly had it 2 weeks into our very sense! worth waard.Wij"