Friendly, self catering, private guest suite with own TV, bathroom & kitchen area - Ideal for business trips, hikers and bikers (secure motorcycle/bike parking available on request).
“A great self contained place with your own cooking facilities and shower / toilet. Lots of nice little touches to help get settled in and plenty of space for 1 or 2. I was staying for work but would make a great base for exploring the area. Nice and quiet at night and comfy bed so good for sleeping too! Everything was spotless and the kitchen is well supplied with kitchenware and a few essentials. Chris is great and very helpful but also gives you space to let you get on with your stay. Great place to stay. Thanks”
Llia Cysglyd is a beautifully appointed self contained annex. With a truly panoramic view out over the Brecon Beacons mountain range the accommodation is central for the whole South Wales region and an ideal base for walking,cycling,golf and mountain climbing .The Gower is an easy drive as is Brecon ,Cardiff and the Bay.There are many local attractions including the waterfalls at Pontneddfechan,Big pit ,Dan yr Ogof caves,Caerphilly Castle, Castell Coch and Bike Parc Wales to name just a few.
Mellte View - a cosy 3 bedroom house for a family of 6 in 'Waterfall Country' in the Brecon Beacons. Within easy walking distance of beautiful scenic walks and short drives to the coast. Parking for one vehicle on drive and also kerbside parking either immediatley outside the property or in layby opposite the house in this quiet cul-de-sac.
“We had a lovely time and the house was perfect for our needs, a home from home. Lots of lovely welcoming touches and incredibly dog friendly with dog bowl, towels and poo bags available for our dog to use. Great kitchen facilities, warm and cosy, and lots of information provided about the area. We loved the walks and scenery in the area and found everyone so friendly. We would especially recommend The White Horse pub just down the road - we visited 3 nights in a row due to the friendly staff, amazing food and they also made a huge fuss of the dog...”