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Places to stay in Cynghordy

Places to stay in Cynghordy
Seren Loft (Loft of Stars) holiday cottage is near the Heart of Wales Railway Line and only 5 mins walk from the station (4 trains a day in each direction). Situated between the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Cambrian Mountains it is an ideal location to explore the beautiful Welsh countryside, whether on foot, bike, train or car.
Arranged in a coaching house fashion, the accommodation is all on one level on the first floor. It has a fully equipped modern kitchen including microwave and dishwasher, full size bath with shower head, satellite tv, stereo cd/radio, a large collection of board games, puzzles, books, maps and free wifi/internet connection. Fully central heated it also has a log burning stove, complete with a free basket of logs - and an old welsh rocking chair to relax in.
  • This place is incredible, booked it as a surprise trip for my boyfriend's birthday. The loft is snug and very romantic! Only 10 minutes from Llandovery and 20 from Brecon! Gill was amazing from starting to finish, and the many different birds that flew by to the garden under the entrance was a real treat too! Amazing!

    Bethany2019-11-07T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place, very friendly host, loft was sparkling clean with everything you need to feel like at home! Gill was very helpful, showed us around the property and gave local travel tips! Will definitely be back!

    Goda2019-09-24T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place, ideally placed for walking and cycling. 5 min walk from train station for a lovely journey through the Welsh countryside. Delightful and helpful hosts, couldn't ask for nicer people. Everything you need for a relaxing holiday.

    Wayne2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant time. Lovely place to stay. Gill had thought of everything to make us feel welcome, notes on places to eat, towels, clean beds and lovely tea. Gill was lovely, greeeted us when we arrived and we then saw her as we were leaving. Very very clean and tidy. Coming back very soon.

    Arwel2019-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Just returned from an amazing holiday at Seren loft. From the very first moment we arrived we were over the moon with our choice of accommodation. Gill was there to meet us when we arrived, a very friendly and warm welcome we instantly felt right at home. We have never stayed in accommodation so close to the hosts own home before and we were little unsure but within minutes of meeting Gill we forgot all our doubts. The loft is beautiful with lots of very thoughtful touches, felt like a home from home. Lots of information on hand about local walks and trains and other activities in the area. The surrounding gardens are beautiful complete with a meadow and swing, a pet tortoise, pond and gorgeous picnic area, there is even a hammock. Our 2yr old loved it and being so safe we could give him some extra freedom to explore on his own. Lots of stars to see on a clear night! Seren loft is an absolute haven for anyone wishing to escape a busy life and reconnect with nature, plenty of wildlife right outside your front door. We had an amazing time and can't wait to return. We're already planning another holiday next year for longer!

    Msdizzylizzy032019-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • Great accommodation - cosy but spacious, well equipped and comfortable. Communication and check-in was easy. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay!

    Jenny2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely studio layout space, comfortable bed, on site parking, nice surrounding grounds was exactly as described very happy ..... side note... be careful on narrow roads on way in, deep ditch either side!!!

    Ricky2019-06-05T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay in Seren Loft. Gill is very friendly and a fantastic host. Seen loft is beautiful and well equipped , it had everything we needed and more, my 5 year old twins enjoyed exploring the garden and playing with the games in the loft. Seren is set in a beautiful area , and very easy to access the wonderful outstanding surrounding area. I loved that everything was Eco friendly inside the loft. Fantastic place to stay.

    Jeni2019-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Loft


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Cynghordy, Wales, United Kingdom

    Entire loft3 beds
    Seren Loft
    Price:$132 AUD/night
    74 reviews
    Superhost
    The Half Moon is an ex-pub, 10 mins walk from the station, in a conservation area on a street where once 18 pubs served passing drovers. An eco-venue, we offer vegan options, PV panels, rainwater collection, EV charging & grow some food. You can buy all you need very nearby in local boutique shops, incl. newsagent, patisserie, P.O, butcher, shoe, hardware, gift & organic wholefood shops. Great cafes, eateries & pubs are in easy walking distance –even a place where the first cheque was written!
    The Half Moon is much larger inside than it seems on the outside, with a beautiful, calm feeling, spacious rooms and pleasant garden. Make yourself at home.
    Llandovery is a lovely market town sandwiched between the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park and little explored but equally amazing Cambrian Mountains. Its name means Church of the Waters, since several rivers meet here. A Roman settlement, it's not far from the gold mines and the hideout of Twm Siôn Cati, known as the Welsh Robin Hood.
  • A friendly welcome at a clean and natural home environment.

    John2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • David was such a good host, he had so much knowledge of the local area and let us borrow a map for a route we hadnt thought about. The room was lovely and the bed super comfy if a little creaky. The whole house was beautiful and pancho the cat is adorable.

    Ali2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • David's place is a unique, special house. He has a very big kitchen where we could make tea/coffee and have breakfast if wanted. There's also a lounge for guests to use with a TV. Llandovery is a very nice small town and the house is very close to everything. It would be a great place to explore from.

    Anne2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • A clean and very interesting house and its owner. An old pub changed to a house with upstairs bedroom, bathroom and drying room and downstairs spacious, fully equipped kitchen we could use. We were greeted in person by David and shown everything in his house, this personal touch made our stay a delight. Thanks David!

    Jan2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay when traveling to Pembrookshire and exploring the north part of Brecon Beacons ( i did both)

    Andrej2019-12-10T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely clean and spacious house which i would definitely recommend

    Rob2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • David was a lovely host and I had a pleasant stay

    Simon2019-11-14T00:00:00Z
  • An immaculate house a short walking distance from the train station, and a charming host

    Francoise2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    2

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Cae’r Beili is a 200 year old detached stone barn , located in a private, peaceful and totally secluded position with panoramic views of the Cambrian Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. Cae'r Beili is perfect for family getaways or relaxing with friends;for romantics who want to snuggle up in front of the log fire or be amazed by the stars in the dark skies; for adventurers who fancy exploring; or for seekers of peace who want to unwind and recharge.
    The atmosphere at Cae’r Beili is one of total comfort and relaxation and every care is taken to ensure our guests’ stay is of the highest standard at all times. The living room, a place to gather your thoughts and friends, is full of character and charm with high sloping ceilings, exposed roof trusses, beams , a cosy wood burner and oak floors. Experience the toe warming joy of a real fire. There's nothing like it! Snuggle up on the leather sofas and exquisitely crafted Welsh woollen blankets. Watch the large flat screen TV, enjoy a DVD, try the stereo with a selection of CD's and take a pick from our good selection of books, maps and magazines. And there's free wifi if you want to keep in touch with the world outside. A gallery landing, overlooking the living room, provides an additional quiet seating area. The hand made oak kitchen,with its black granite worktops, is fully equipped. With a dishwasher, washing machine, electric over and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, slow cooker and all crockery and cooking utensils, cooking will not be a chore at Cae'r Beili! Dine in the conservatory . The large farmhouse table is a place for coming together. Watch the birds ( over 30 species of birds spotted in the garden recently) and sheep in the fields nearby or the red kites soaring overhead. Or just relax and spend quality time together watching country life from the comfort of a chair - whatever the weather! When it's time to put your head down, you'll find three comfortable bedrooms - one double on the ground floor with an adjacent bathroom, one double with an en suite bathroom on the first floor and a twin bedroom on the first floor. Linen and towels are provided and beds are made up prior to arrival. Wake every morning in your own little piece of heaven. Snooze a little, read a little, grab a coffee and read a bit more! Electricity, oil central heating and logs from our farm are provided and there are no hidden extra charges.
    Situated in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt valleys in Wales - the Tywi, many of our guests tell us that they spend more time than they thought just relaxing in Cae’r Beili. However, for the more adventurous there is plenty to see and do and despite our rural and peaceful location we are very centrally placed, easy to reach and an ideal spot from which to explore Mid, South and West Wales. The village of Cil-y-cwm, has a small friendly pub serving excellent food. The village street was once a drovers’ road and the cobbled watercourses which used to be filled with water for cattle to drink can still be seen today. The village church has fifteenth century wall murals and a yew tree which is at least 1, 500 years old. The Methodist Chapel, built in 1740, was one of the first Methodist Chapels in Wales. The whole area, in the lower foothills of the Cambrian Mountains and on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, is outstanding for walkers, birdwatchers, photographers, artist and all country lovers. There are gentle strolls or more strenuous hikes from the cottage door including one to a magnificent waterfall. The area is a natural habitat for all kinds of wildlife and flora and it is common to see red kites, kestrels , sparrow hawks and many other birds. There are two RSPB Reserves - Dinas and Gwenffrwd. There are even red squirrels in the area! Cycling, fishing, riding and golf can all be arranged locally. Other attractions in the area include: • National Botanic Garden of Wales • Aberglasney Garden • Dolaucothi Gold Mines . RSPB Dinas Reserve • Dan yr Ogof Show Caves • Dinefwr Castle • Carreg Cennen Castle • Llyn Brianne . Red Kite Feeding Centre • Elan Valley • Brecon Beacons National Park • Pembrokeshire National Park • Gower Peninsula
  • Lovely barn conversion in beautiful location with walks from the door. Warm and cosy with friendly and helpful hosts.

    Adrian2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful cottage - perfect for families and so many thoughtful touches. We had a wonderful time!

    Louise2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely stunning and perfect. We enjoyed our time he so much and we can't wait to come back again. Thanks for having us, it was a privilege.

    Oliver2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Hi everyone, This cottage is highly recommended who wish to have a relaxation or holiday with family. The host was kind and the house is clean with all facilities needed. Enjoy your stay at Dafydd's place.

    Csilla2019-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • Idyllic, peaceful cottage right on the doorstep of the Brecon Beacons. Lovely place to stay, can't wait to go back again.

    John2019-04-14T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage really was idyllic, beautifully appointed and equipped. We had absolutely everything we needed. The hosts were very welcoming. A fantastic week, with scenic countryside and temperatures up to 27 degrees, who could ask for more?

    Caroline2017-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous tranquil location. Lovely stone built cottage fully kitted out! Home from home.

    Jason2017-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Cilycwm, Wales, United Kingdom

    An eclectic romantic retreat with original quirky decor in a 19th Century coach house. Set on a 70 acre non working farm this cottage offers boutique living with the bonus of miles of walks from the door. Explore waterfalls, woodlands and hills with stunning views over the Cambrian Mountains & the Brecon Beacons National Park. stroll to our friendly pub. After a day's exploring, relax in the luxurious roll top bath, complete with all essential wine shelf, to plan the next day's adventures.
    This quirky barn is the oldest in a courtyard of glorious 19th Century stone barns. It has a unique array of stained glass and unusual windows, salvaged by the original artist owner. Handmade kitchen with stunning beech worktops, from a tree felled locally with butler's sink and dual fuel cooker. Wooden floors, gorgeous fabrics and our hallmark luxury bathroom with double ended slipper bath and wine shelf. Very large mezzanine bedroom with dual aspect mountain views and exposed A frame beams.Enjoy the perfect night's sleep in a 3000 pocket sprung king sized bed with 400 thread count linen. Veranda with views over the small garden and apple tree to the mountains. The perfect spot to enjoy a glass of something special and enjoy the stunning, sparkling star scape of this dark skies area. Why is it called New York? There used to be a cottage at the top of our land here at Penstacan called New York and another in the village called Pennsylvania. There was a saying that Cilycwm used to run from New York to Pennsylvania. A local historian friend told us the story and encouraged us to preserve the history and keep the name, so we did.
    This is a truly special place. Expansive skies, mountains, ancient woodlands, rivers, waterfalls and outstanding views. Loads of space to explore, play or just hideaway. It's a dark skies area where you can enjoy the Milky Way, planets and numerous shooting stars. Walk to the local pub. Explore the Cambrian Mountains & Brecon Beacons National Park or just soak up the atmosphere and recharge your batteries. Within 45 minutes you can be in Dylan Thomas's atmospheric Laugharne or on the beautiful beaches of Llansteffan or Cefn Sidan. The fantastic harbour towns of Aberaeron, New Quay and Tenby are less than an hour's drive. Plentiful castles and some of the most famous of Wales' gardens are just a short drive away. There are plenty of local festivals all year round and lots of great places to eat and to buy some of the great food that is produced in Carmarthenshire.
  • The accommodation is done beautifully, with amazing attention to detail and provides everything you could need for a relaxing stay away. It is very cosy and warm with the wood burning stove. The kitchen is very well equipped. Tanya and Duncan recommended lots of walks to us and were very helpful and welcoming. We walked to the waterfall and through Doethe Valley, with stunning scenery. There are many walks from the doorstep so you don't have to go far. We would recommend this stay to anyone wanting to have a relaxing and restorative time away. It feels like a home from home and it is clear that a lot of love amd care has gone into making it so. The bath is wonderful too!

    Harriet2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful stay Tanya and Duncan were the most welcoming hosts. We arrived after a long drive to find the stove lit and the property toasty. The cottage is beautifully decorated, very rustic and homely - a real country escape. The place was spotless inside and brilliantly equipped with all the right utensils to allow us to cook every evening. There were plenty of walks to go on from the property which were detailed in the welcome book, we also visited Pen Y Fan one day which was around 40mins drive. The local pub had a good atmosphere and is walking distance. Thanks to the hosts for looking after us so well. We will definitely be back.

    Joe2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Penstacan, Wales, United Kingdom

    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.
    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 Loft. Just north of the Brecon Beacons national park and nestling in the folds of the hills. The loft is beautifully decorated and everything you need to enjoy tranquillity and rest. The Oak Hut benefits from all modern comforts to make it a warm and cosy place to snuggle into whatever the weather. There is a microwave, kettle, toaster, single ring induction hob and a small fridge. There is a traditional Belfast sink. There is no conventional oven. A full set of basic kitchen equipment is provided. There is a flap down table and two folding chairs. There is a generously sized shower with plenty of hot water. The double bed has a super warm wool duvet (Baavet) and organic cotton cover. There is underfloor heating - however when it is very cold you will need to light the log burner - I provide the logs! Gilfach is a traditional Welsh hill farm. There are sixty acres of pasture, ancient woodland, larch plantation and rough bracken and wetland meadows. It is home five British White cows and five horses. Guests are welcome to explore the farm and beyond along the rights of way leading from Gilfach’s land. There are wonderful views of Pen-y-Fan from the top of the farm and a stream flowing along the lower border, there is a mass flora and fauna to see with red kites and buzzards circling up and down the valley. The area’s Dark Sky status and the lack of light pollution makes Gilfach ideal for great stargazing. The farm itself is open to you to go for walks. There is a wonderful view of Pen-y-Fan from the top of the farm and plenty of wildlife to see with red kites and buzzards constantly circling up and down the valley. We also have woodlands - ancient, deciduous and conifer and a stream flowing along the lower border of the farm all of which you are welcome to explore.
    Gilfach is on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National park. This is a wild and dramatic landscape with steeped with fascinating geology and history. There are hills to climb, ridges to stride along and lakes to swim in. Castles to explore, beautiful gardens to visit, and rivers for canoeing and fishing. There are the show caves at Dan Yr Ogof and the famous waterfalls at Ysradfellte. There is mountain railway and industrial heritage still visible in the landscape and preserved in the Big Pit Coal Museum at Blaenavon. Easily within reach for a day trip, you can enjoy the world-renowned beeches of the Gower peninsula or even head to Pendine Sands (famous for land speed records) and further afield to Tendby and Pembroke. The farm is twenty mins drive from Brecon where there are supermarkets, high street shopping, a cathedral and museums and leisure centre. In the opposite direction it is only slightly further to Llandovery – or for the nearest city it’s a fifty min drive to Swansea. The villages of Sennybridge, Defynnog and Trecastle are all just a few minutes from the farm. All have great places to eat and there is a very good fish and chip shop, a garage with café that serves a really good breakfast.
  • The Shepard’s hut is amazing! Exactly as described, plenty of space for the two of us and our dog with wonderful views across the farm and towards the hills! We loved every minute and didn’t want to come back home! The farm is amazing! They have made use of every space in the Shepard’s hut you couldn’t ask for any more :) We will definitely be returning!

    Sheri2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Had the best stay here at Gilfach farm! It had everything you could think of, was very clean and extremely cosy. Me and my dog Luna will definitely be back on the future :)

    Tamzin2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely fantastic stay at the hut - was everything you'd need and more! Staying somewhere trying to be as eco friendly as possible was definitely an added bonus and nice surprise. Would 100% visit again

    Nadine2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely gorgeous shepherds hut with the most amazing view. So relaxing and tranquil - highly recommended for complete rest and relaxation.

    Nicki2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic hut, all amenities included and some thoughtful touches like natural fire lighters and Welsh shortbread. Lovely place to stay.

    Emily2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • The shepherds hut is so wonderful! The most beautiful setting; we saw a fantastic sunrise. It has everything you need and was so warm and cosy! Oscar was also a highlight of the trip!

    Jo2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • Hugh’s place was faultless, fabulous location, and perfect cosy accommodation. We will definitely return!

    Holly2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • Really enjoyed our stay, the hut was very clean and cosy. Peaceful location with amazing views, a great place to stay.

    Victoria2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Shepherd's hut (U.K., France)


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Sennybridge, Wales, United Kingdom

    Renovated spacious stone stable cottage, one of five arranged around the old stable yard, set on our idyllic working farm. Visit Wales 4*. En suite king bedroom with walk-in wardrobe. Indoor hot tub for 8, available to each cottage in turn. Romantic break, walking and cycling from the door. Well-behaved dogs welcome by arrangement.
    Merlin is set on Cynghordy Estate, run by our family for 100 years, in idyllic hill country. Grade 4* by Visit Wales. Opens onto the gravelled stable courtyard. One of 5 cottages set in lawned gardens: each is private so ideal for any size party from 2 to 32. See our cynghordyestate website.
    Set in unspoilt Carmarthenshire, wooded hill country. Discover wonderful castles, caves and gardens. Shops and restaurants available in Llandovery. Near Llanwrtyd Wells, home of bog snorkelling and Man v Horse.
  • Amazing little cottage, clean and cozy. Hot tub is great for relaxing. Definitely recommend and would book to go again.

    Candice2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful relaxing place to have a break

    Benjamin2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great place and bigger in real life than the photos too. Comfy bed and cute location. Hot tub was great too!

    Soozy2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, and fantastic hosts. Sadly we didn't get to use the hot tub as we were out and about, but what a wonderful cottage. Homely feel to the property and with great information for walks and excursions in and around the area. Will definitely be returning here!

    Nikita2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Definitely a place to stay if your thinking about Wales. The Hosts were brilliant & offered great advice for things to do in the surrounding area. They also kept us updated with any road closures or problems in the area. Would definitely recommend this place to stay.

    Joedeep2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • very picturesque. Clean place and very friendly people. highly recommend

    Rhys2019-11-14T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely location, stunning cottage, great host, spot on! ❤️

    Lucie2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • My husband and I and our 3 dogs enjoyed our trip so much we booked to stay an extra day and hope to return for our wedding anniversary next year. The cottage and farm was beautiful and the scenery was spectacular. Our hosts were friendly and made our stay special. The hot tub jacuzzi was special as well. I could not recommend this cottage, location and hosts enough- my only fear is they will be fully booked if we recommend them too highly :-D

    Christina2019-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Cynghordy, United Kingdom

    The house is in a conservation area, not far from the centre. This listing is for the single room; another is for the double.
    At the end of the street is where the first cheque was ever issued. The Black Ox was a pub, became a bank, and was bought by Lloyds. The ox became the black horse! The street was an old drovers' route and used to have 18 pubs on it to cater for them; this house was once one of them.
  • David’s place is fascinating and full of (nice) surprises - particularly for anyone with an interest in books, music and art generally - the best sort of AirBnB experience...

    Sean2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Everyone welcome to stay in this characterful 260 year old stone farmhouse overlooking the beautiful hills and valleys of the Black Mountains. You'll be warmly welcomed by the host with a generous cup of tea or coffee.............
    The location is in the far north western corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park with stunning views of the hills and easy access to the nearest towns of Llandovery, Brecon and Llandeilo as well as the mountains, lakes and rivers. The house itself is set on a hillside down a quiet and remote country lane surrounded by the beauty of nature - the only sounds coming from the leaves rustling in the wind, the water from the small waterfalls in the stream and the abundance of birds and wildlife. This is an area where we try and keep it part of the Dark Skies Reserve so at night there is total darkness where you can see a million stars. A place to relax, revitalise your soul, rejuvenate your energies and immerse yourself in peace, tranquillity and beauty.
    These rural lanes are very quiet and walkable with extremely few if no traffic at all - mainly the postman once every few days. Just a few hundred metres down into the valley from the house there is a bridge straddling a river which will soon have salmon swimming through it. The nearest village (approx 4miles) has a very helpful Tourist Information Centre, some interesting shops and a stunning stainless steel statue of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Fychan on the remnants of Llandovery Castle (1116) - a must to be seen at night! There's The Bear Inn in the Market Square for lunch or evening meal or The Old Post Shop for delicious hand-made chocolates, gifts or coffees. There's two larger eateries, take aways, an Indian and Chinese, numerous pubs, a Post Office and Library. Further affield you have Myddfai (where Prince Charles has his famous B & B); near Llangadog you have the mountains of Lyn-y-Fan Fach from the famous Lady of the Lake folk lore who gave birth to the Physicians of Mydffai; then you have the road through Llangadog and up onto the mountains and over to Brynaman - totally awe inspiring and even better if you turn down one of the side lanes and let the adventures begin.....and so much more to explore!
  • I had a wonderful experience staying at Tilly's place and spent a great time with Tilly for a week in her unique stone house in Wales. The room I stayed was very clean, spacious, and comfortable with an amazing view of natural landscape. Tilly is very kind, sweet, and considerably caring with a heart-warming hospitality as well as her wisdom. I recommend Tilly's place for Airbnb guests who are seeking for a quite, peaceful, and unique cottage retreat to experience a taste of Wales.

    Pi-Ju2019-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Friendly host. Located in a lovely setting. A warmly home.

    Paul2019-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful, peaceful and remote rural location. Sparkling clean, friendly and helpful. A perfect retreat.

    Greg2019-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Really enjoyed my overnight stay here. It's an old traditional farmhouse, very tastefully decorated and furnished and guests can use the kitchen for cooking and dining. Tilly was very welcoming and informative and the room was great. As a cyclist, the only thing which would have made it even better would be provision of a cooked breakfast, as the house is three miles or so from Llandovery. But i would highly recommend this place for a relaxing stay in a quiet location.

    Bryn2019-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • If it's peace and quiet you're after, you will find no better location. Couple that with an excellent host, comfortable bed and you have 5 star accommodation at a superb price. Don't forget the wonderful spring water out of the taps. What's not to like?

    Brian2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • Tilly is a nice person and a great host. She is very respectfull and helpfull. She gave me good advices for my trip around brecon beacons. I strongly recommannd if you look for a quiet place and enjoy a retreat in brecon beacons.

    Romain2019-03-24T00:00:00Z
  • Tilly was very welcoming, with helpful and clear communication to ensure I found her. Her place is wonderful - warm and cosy and the perfect place to spend a night after walking on the Brecons.

    Lizzie2018-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • A brief, but lovely stay. Everything you need and a lovely warm welcome in a beautiful part of West Wales. Highly recommended!

    Carolyn2018-10-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Cilycwm, Wales, United Kingdom

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    A comfortable single room in a detached house situated in a small Welsh village with all amenities close by. The village has a shop and a train station (Heart of Wales line) and many lovely walks. The area is set within the pretty Cambrian and Black mountains offering waterfalls, bike rides and mountain walks and the magnificent Brecon Beacons are also within a 20 minute drive.
    A single room, but I have a spare mattress should a second person wish to stay too, although the bed will be on the floor.
  • Karen is a delightful host and her home is in a lovely part of the world.

    Gary2019-09-11T00:00:00Z
  • Nice stay with interesting talks. Enjoyed the stay!!! Thanks to Karen for her Hospitälern!

    Mike2019-09-10T00:00:00Z
  • Karen is a very welcoming host. She knows the local area very well. It was a pleasure to meet her and will be back if I'm ever in the area again.

    Kirk2019-08-27T00:00:00Z
  • An intelligent, warm, engaging hostess. I could have stayed another day just for the conversation.

    Phil2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Homely B&B.

    John2019-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • Karen is a great host, lovely spot of the country. Will be staying again!!

    Jon2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Karen is absolutely lovely and very helpful with local tips and tricks. Her hospitality is second to none and I very much enjoyed my stay in this beautiful place :)

    Jon2019-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely time with you, i now have so many books and films to watch after our talk hehe! Hope to stay in touch!

    Christopher2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

  • A beautiful home & local friendly pub right on the door step, who were very welcoming. Double bed was super comfy. Great quiet, remote location. Tea facilities in the room & plenty of electrical sockets & ability to lock bedroom door. Sparkly clean & tidy. Angela kindly left the WiFi code in the bedroom as we found you will not have a phone signal! Will definately stay again if in the area.

    Helen2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent, as always! A great place to stay

    Ian2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely clean room. Friendly host, lovely to meet Angela. Nice relaxed atmosphere. I'll be staying here again if I'm in the area. Thanks for a great stay. Good recommendation on the local cafes.

    Stephen2019-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • A great rural spot to stay, among some beautiful countryside, with a very welcoming host

    Michael2019-07-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Cilycwm, Wales, United Kingdom

    Boutique 17th century mill overlooking the Brecon Beacons National Park. Set in 70 private acres stunning scenery with walks from the door to hills, waterfalls & friendly pub. Dogs welcome. Relax under the starry night sky in the wood fired hot tub. Large upstairs suite with double height ceilings, views, huge bathroom, claw foot bath. Ground floor bedroom with super king bed or twin bed. Luxurious ground floor shower room. Large open plan living area with log burner.
    Recharge your batteries with a stay in our quirky and luxurious well equipped cottage set in the spectacular scenery of the Towy Valley and Cambrian Mountains overlooking the Brecon Beacons National Park. Large garden with beautiful stream. Covered veranda and seating area to enjoy the views from, whatever the weather. This is a dark skies designated area. Watch shooting stars from the wood fired hot tub or sat around the fire pit at night. **Please See postscript Enjoy walks from the doorstep and explore our 70 acres of private land or pack a picnic and take a stroll along the drover's track into the Cambrian Mountains on paths leading from the doorstep. Lots of waterfalls within walking distance, plus excellent mountain biking and road biking routes nearby. Please note that the stream is not fenced off and children, dogs and adventurous adults are best supervised at all times. Duck or Grouse: there are 2 low doorways and one low beam that you will need to duck underneath. We welcome dogs & horses by arrangement. **We're very sorry but we cannot guarantee use of the hot tub during winter due to the burner & boiler being external and at risk of freezing. However we do live in a mild climate so we hope that, barring extensive cold snaps, it should be fine. We prefer to highlight this to avoid any disappointment. Thanks for your understanding! Follow Cambrian Escapes on Instagram and Facebook for more pictures.
    This is a truly special place. Expansive skies, mountains, ancient woodlands, rivers, waterfalls and outstanding views. Loads of space to explore, play or just hideaway. It's a dark skies area where you can enjoy the Milky Way, planets and numerous shooting stars. Walk to the local pub. Explore the Cambrian Mountains & Brecon Beacons National Park or just soak up the atmosphere and recharge your batteries. Within 45 minutes you can be in Dylan Thomas's atmospheric Laugharne or on the beautiful beaches of Llansteffan or Cefn Sidan. The fantastic harbour towns of Aberaeron, New Quay and Tenby are less than an hour's drive. Plentiful castles and some of the most famous of Wales' gardens are just a short drive away. There are plenty of local festivals all year round and lots of great places to eat and to buy some of the great food that is produced in Carmarthenshire.
  • Can’t recommend enough. Beautiful cottage in a picturesque location. Wonderful extra touches, from preparing the hot tub for arrival to provision of home made welsh cakes. Will be back.

    Joe2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • We had such a wonderful Christmas week in Tanya and Duncan’s lovely cottage. The location is just gorgeous and it was so relaxing hearing nothing but the birds and the stream running by. There is so much to do and see in the area and we did a couple of really lovely walks, including Christmas Day when we went waterfall hunting which was great fun. We really didn’t take full advantage of the great outdoors as it was so nice to just hang out and relax at the cottage, cosied in front of the fire with a book or a movie or taking a long bath in the fab roll top. Or of course soaking in the hot tub :) Communication was great with Tanya and there were loads of thoughtful extra touches and tonnes of info about the cottage and local area. I’d highly recommend this for outdoor adventure lovers and relaxers alike. We’ll certainly be back in the future. Thanks again!

    Jodie2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • If you are looking for a picture perfect welsh cottage with style and comfort you’ve cracked it. The cottage is absolutely stunning full of style and amazing touches. Standing in some of the most picturesque surroundings I’ve seen. Tanya and Duncan are delightful and couldn’t be more charming. Highlights for me were the huge bathroom with freestanding bath. Huge bedrooms with classy furniture fabulous soft furnishings and stunning views. The sitting room is massive with real fire and comfortable sofas lovely pieces of furniture and decorated beautifully. Lovely kitchen easy to work in and spotlessly clean well stocked. There is a seriously cool shower in the downstairs bathroom with luxury toiletries and substantial towels. Outside there is the most amazing garden with stream running along the bottom shallow enough to have a paddle in and as clean and clear as I’ve ever seen. The dogs had a dip and I went in my wellies. There is a veranda you can sit under and just listen to the peace and quiet on the old wooden bench. The ducks can be spotted from the bedroom window and the horses from the ground floor bedroom It’s simply heaven !

    Juliet2019-11-23T00:00:00Z
  • Quaint cottage that is decorated and furnished exceptionally with lots of space. Tanya and Duncan were super helpful hosts, accommodating our various needs. Highly recommend.

    Vincent2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful AirBnB experience!! This little cottage was everything I was hoping it would be, and more! The house was so cosy, was the perfect size for a family of four, had all the amenities we needed and was in a gorgeous location. There were lovely special touches such as candles in the bathroom, blankets to snuggle up in, board games, quirky books and a lovely little welcome gift of gluten free biscuits, crackers and hummous, which felt extra special as Tanya and Duncan remembered my dietary requirements. Our hosts had the hot tub warmed for us on arrival and we thoroughly enjoyed relaxing outdoors by the stream. There were maps with marked local walking trails, which we took full advantage of. There was a fire burning stove which we enjoyed in the evenings. We spent several days here with the goal of disconnecting from technology, gadgets, work and school and reconnecting with each other and nature, and that is precisely what we did. This is the perfect spot to completely switch off and chill. We had not been to this part of Wales before, and it is just stunning! All you need is a good pair of walking boots and a map and you are set! The entire experience of booking and staying in this cottage was top notch, I cannot recommend it enough! Tanya and Duncan have created something very special here and we will definitely return.

    Jessica2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • Streamside is in an idyllic spot. We were made to feel so welcome by Tanya and Duncan. We were contacted to ask if we would like the hot tub lit and ready for our arrival and it was the perfect start to our break. There is something for everyone here- our children aged 11 and 14 had a great time too. The cottage is beautiful inside and out with comfy beds, a great shower, well equipped kitchen and many thoughtful touches. The garden, with the sound of the stream, hot tub and beautiful flowers is instantly calming. Everyone we met in the surrounding area was very friendly and there are great walks from the doorstep. The nearby pubs are welcoming with good food. This is the perfect break for anyone who wants some headspace, luxury and breathtaking views.

    Sarah2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • What an incredible stay! Our best Airbnb experience yet. Tanya, Duncan and Huxley were so hospitable and friendly! Tanya was very communicative from the start and always so helpful - she went out of her way to research wild swimming spots for us and left us a map of walks, which complimented her already packed guide to the house & surrounding area. I mentioned to Tanya that we’re vegan and we arrived to find goodies left for us, even delicious home baked cookies! It was a wonderful surprise. The house is stunning and perfectly renovated. You can really tell that Tanya and Duncan have put a lot of love into this space. The photos don’t show a lot of the interior detail so there were lots of nice surprises on arrival. The en suite bathroom has a luxuriously deep bath for soaking and the beds are incredibly comfortable! The hot tub is amazing and deserves a special mention. We spent every night here watching the shooting stars and bats and listening to the owls! A lot of the decor is repurposed, vintage or antique, which is of course very eco friendly. In fact, the whole property is very environmentally and energy conscious - good recycling; the hot tub water comes directly from the stream and is pumped back into it; eco friendly dish soap etc. I even noticed that Tanya had reused plastic bags for the bins. These kinds of small habits are so important now in our state of climate crisis and it’s really a pleasure to stay in a place that respects the same values as we do! Pentascan’s location is breathtaking. We had a lot planned for this trip but in the end we only ventured out in the car once..you really have everything on your doorstep! The stream is beautiful to paddle in or just sit next to whilst reading a book (lots of books provided in the house). I had breakfast here every morning! There is a patio and table to eat outside during the good weather but the lawn is just as enjoyable for a picnic. Lots of places to eat nearby but we cooked every night as the kitchen is well equipped! It’s stunning in the spring- yellow roses, Welsh poppies and wisteria in the garden, purple rhododendrons above the stream, buttercups in the long wild meadows and bluebells in the forest behind! I can only imagine how incredible it will look in the summer when all the roses come out and even in the autumn colours!! You only need to walk a short way behind the property to have incredible views across the hills. We spent all day in the meadows walking, sitting underneath the moss covered trees and napping in the long grass. If you love nature, hiking, bird watching, sunset chasing or just peace and quiet then this place is a haven and a paradise. If you do want to venture out, this house is a perfect base to do so. There is so much nearby - Brecon, Black Mountains, Ross-on-Wye, Hay-on-Wye, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire just a little further. There’s a red kite feeding station nearby. The surrounding villages and towns have everything you need - Llandovery has a great little organic shop filled with vegan, veggie & gluten free food. The antiques centre here is great too. A little further afield is Trecastle antiques, which is also well worth a visit if you enjoy thrifting! I left lots of recommendations in the guest book :) Highly recommending to everyone!! Thank you for such a magical trip and we will definitely be back!!

    Indea2019-05-24T00:00:00Z
  • Super idyllic ... falling asleep each night to the sound of the nearby stream is something I could get used to. The cottage and local area is amazing; such a peaceful and relaxing place - I wish we could have stayed longer.

    Alex2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Set in the heart of Wales, the home is ideally located for those ready to get away from it all and to enjoy a true Welsh holiday. This detached property is situated on the edge of the beautiful small market town of Llandovery, with all the luxuries and more of home. Guests will find a peaceful family home which will always provide a warm and stress-free welcome at the end of your day. The home away from home is ideal for walkers, cyclists, couples and families. A real hidden gem!
    The home is on the edge of the small picturesque town of Llandovery. The town centre is minutes walk from my front door as is the town rail station on the Heart of Wales railway line. The large bedroom is warm and clean with a beautiful view; there is ample storage space for belongings. The garden backs onto a footpath that can be followed down to the banks of the River Towy, under 2 minutes walk away! There is a 3/4 size snooker table in the home with chalk, cues and balls. Full signal and Wifi is available throughout the property. There is off-road parking available. Smoking is allowed outside the house in the rear garden. The house is centrally heated and laundry is available for those staying a minimum of three nights.
    There are a number of charming little shops and a selection of pubs and restaurants in Llandovery to spend an evening. Llandovery’s unique location makes it the perfect place for you to base yourself for your Welsh holiday. The following are just some of the places to visit, the driving time there is in brackets. To the North….... Cwm-Rhaedyr red route Mountain Biking (15min) Mountain Bike Rider magazine quoted it has “one of the best trails we’ve ridden anywhere in the UK” Dolaucothi Gold Mines (20min) The ancient Roman Gold Mines are great for adults and kids. Twm Sion Cati Nature Reserve and Cave (20min) My favourite walk in the local area! Walk along the boardwalk in thick woods rife with bird species to a circular walk, and the "cave" where the Welsh Robin Hood used to hide from the law! Llyn Brianne Dam (30min) There are numerous walks around and across the huge Dam wall in the foothills of the Elan Valley. Elan Valley (1hr) A walker’s and cyclist’s dream. The stunning Elan Valley is criss-crossed with trails for all levels and abilities. To the East........... Brecon Beacons and Pen-y-Fan (30min) The spectacular Brecon Beacons is on the doorstep. A half hour drive to the highest mountain in South Wales, Pen-y-Fan is also a must! Usk reservoir (30min) A great place for a picnic, numerous trails go around the lake. A good point to begin and end a day’s hiking. Llangorse lake riding and climbing centre (40min) Perfect for kids of all ages. I used to take my boys there for their birthday every year, perfect for a rainy day! The Big Pit Museum (1hr 10min) A great chance to understand the history of South Wales by going down a Welsh mine, with underground tours. To the South and West............ Red Kite feeding station (15min) A good place to stop off at on the way to or back from a day on the Black Mountain or up Llyn-y-Fan Fach. National Trust Property Dinefwr House and Castle (20 mins) Beautiful walk from the grounds of the country estate to the castle through a deer park. The house is perfect for a rainy day. Black Mountain, (25min) The Black Mountain is a great ascent on a clear day. Talley Abbey and Nature Reserve (25min) The Abbey itself is in ruins now but the walks around the Nature Reserve are beautiful. Dan yr Ogof Caves (30 min) Spend a day at one of the largest cave systems in Europe. There are loads of great walks in the surrounding mountains too. Castles: Carrig Cennen, Dinefwr, Dryslwyn (30min). Wales has more castles per square mile than anywhere in the world! Carrig Cennen is just a short drive away and in my view is the best of the bunch! Llyn-y-Fan Fach (30min) An absolutely incredible walk to a lake which sits in the shadow of the mountain summit. The lake itself is the subject of the Lady of the Lake legend. The views from the summit are well worth the hike. National Botanic Gardens (35min) Llansteffan Beach (50min) A personal favourite of mine as you can walk around the headland of the beach and up to a castle that looks out over the estuary. Dylan Thomas Boathouse (55min) The boathouse in Laugharne where Dylan penned his poems is a wonderful change from the hills and mountains of mid Wales. The town of Laugharne is beautiful and has some lovely walks along the coastal path. There are also plenty of wonderful trails around Llandovery for those who don't want to venture too far from the house. I'm happy to show you on a map all my favourite trails around the local area!
  • Really lovely place, Lynwen is very welcoming and friendly, the room is very clean and comfy, great place!!

    Lorna2019-07-25T00:00:00Z
  • This was the second time I have stayed at Lynwen's place. As the last time she was so helpful, giving me tips on where to have a look and a pleasure to talk to. Thank you Lynwen, see you soon!!

    Andrew2019-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • It fantastic place to stay and I can definitely recommend it to everyone :)

    Wojtek2018-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • Lynwen answered all our queries promptly and was a great host

    Kelvin2018-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • It was absolute delight to stay at Lynwen’s! She is very welcoming and it was a pleasure to meet her. Everything was as described and the breakfast in the morning was also delicious. Thank you again for a lovely stay.

    Sarah2018-06-21T00:00:00Z
  • Lynwen is a great host and the house is lovely: spotless, light and airy. Yummy breakfast with loads of good coffee - just what I need in the morning!

    Amanda2018-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect place to stay. Quiet and comfortable. Lynwen is a lovely and caring host. And it shows in every little detail. We can strongly recommend the place.

    Sandra2018-04-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lynwen is the perfect host, rooms are clean/comfortable and the breakfast is the perfect start to a long day exploring local hills and cwm's.

    Mark Campbell2018-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Fresh clean accommodation, tucked away up in the hills with fantastic views across the Brecon Beacons National Park. We have a 12 acre smallholding with a flock of Black Welsh Mountain Sheep and 2 delightful Pygmy Goats. It’s the perfect location to watch the magnificent red kite birds of prey soaring above. The accommodation is self-contained with it’s own entrance. It’s part of the farmhouse where your hosts, Ken and Sue, live. We look forward to welcoming you to our little piece of paradise.
    There is a strong 4G mobile phone signal at the property but currently no WiFi. There’s a small TV and DVD player with a selection of DVD’s. You are welcome walk around our land and woods, but please leave all gates as you found them.
    We are in a very quiet rural location, so its a great place to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle. Our nearest neighbours are a 10 minute walk across the fields. You won’t hear any traffic only birdsong and bleating sheep. The views from the property are spectacular. The nearest town is Llandovery which is about 6 miles away. It has 3 cafe’s, several pubs serving delicious good value food, a proper fish & chip shop, Indian and Chinese takeaways, a couple of small supermarkets, doctor/dentist and pharmacy. The nearest shop for milk, bread, chocolate etc is the Village Shop in Llanwrda, 1.5 miles away. There is also a good cafe in Llanwrda serving delicious breakfasts and lunch. Llandeilo is around 8 miles away and offers more than Llandovery for shopping, but if you are looking for “High Street” shops you will have to go to Carmarthen which is about 17 miles away.
  • Sue and Ken are great hosts being on hand to help with any queries. Their property was lovely. Everything was sparkling clean. It is in a beautiful location. We really enjoyed our stay and they definitely deserve the 5 stars we gave them.

    Jayne2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Sue's Place is a really fab find. The accommodation was exactly as I had hoped, in fact even better because everything seemed either new or very well looked after. We hardly saw anyone the entire weekend but it was great knowing that Sue was just next door if we needed her. What really took us by surprise is the views from the land, which you can walk all around. There is a little woodland area at the back of the house that takes you up even higher and you can walk all the way down the lane and through an avenue of hazels to the river. It is incredibly peaceful. Could not fault it at all and will be recommending to friends.

    Clare2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Had the perfect stay at Sue's. The annex is warm and cosy with great facilities. After a very long blustery day walking The Brecons it was lovely to get back to. The bed was extremely comfy and my husband and I slept very well. We very much I joyed watching the pigmy goats play, all the animals were very friendly. Its a great spot, we highly recommend!

    Carmen2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    At the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, nestled alongside the River Gwydderig you will find the Riverside Pods. Each pod is the perfect size for two adults with a sofa bed for an extra little one or two. You'll find an excellently equipped kitchen area as well as an en-suite shower room, luxurious double bed matched with Egyptian cotton sheets, sofa and television & DVD player. Its double glazed windows and under floor heating provides the perfect balance for all weather.
    Set in a grassy meadow, facing out onto the river lies Heron’s Tree, Otter’s Den, Red Kite’s Nest and Kingfisher’s Burrow. Enjoy our seated decking area with exclusive access to the riverside. We look forward to welcoming you to the Riverside soon, Carwyn, Emily & the Rees family
    Situated alongside the riverside with surrounding fields and rolling hills.
  • Absolutely stunning pods set off from campsite in quiet, riverside spot. The pod is the best I’ve stayed in, spacious, clean and absolutely perfect. Lovely little touches and all we could have wanted. Campsite staff were very friendly and approachable, campsite was fairly busy but very welcoming and lovely atmosphere. For dog owners it is very friendly, although the decking isn’t fully enclosed so we had to tie our little wanderers to the posts. Walking distance from Llandovery and a 15 minute drive from some lovely waterfall walks! Perfect weekend!

    Ali2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Hut


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    0

    Llandovery, United Kingdom

    Owl Barn is a lovely spacious light and airy modern barn conversion with fantastic views of the Beacons It sleeps up to 5 in 2 bedrooms. Set on a hillside in wonderful rural Carmarthenshire, yet only 10 minutes from the market town of Llandovery.
    Owl Barn is a superb recent conversion of an old stone and slate building on an upland hill farm in Carmarthenshire, Wales. With its stylish decor and amazing views this romantic and quirky spacious barn will both wow and cosset you. There are 2 large double bedrooms and 2 shower rooms; The master bedroom has a super-king (6 foot wide ) double bed and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom has a king size 5ft double bed, and there is the option to have a fifth temporary bed provided in either bedroom. There is an additional charge for using this bed - please book for 5 people to have the use of it. If you are a group of five you must book for 5. If you are 4 or less and want to use the extra bed you must still book for 5. Please note that we do not allow sleeping on the sofas. Thus we can accommodate up to 5, easily, but do not allow more than that (babies excepted). You will have ample parking spaces, a sheltered outside table and eating/sitting space and a little bit of peace and quiet. Owl Barn is well stocked; with basics such as teas, coffee, and other simple cooking needs etc, to wide screen smart TV, DVD, Humax TV recorder, radio HiFi/CD sound system, and 6 meg Wifi, books and magazines to browse. Whether your stay (minimum of 2 nights) is for family, friends or a romantic weekend get away, you could not ask for a more delightful retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life, and you are within seconds of quiet countryside walks which can be as challenging as you wish; a stroll around the farm or on sheltered roads and footpaths, or up to the trig point on the top of Fforest, the nearest hill top of the Cambrian range at about 1300 feet. All without using the car. This is a stylish warm and peaceful building with underfloor heating throughout, supplied by an air source heat pump. It is well appointed, quiet and has lovely extensive countryside views and a sheltered terraced outside area to eat al fresco or just sit quietly. There is parking for numerous cars. Sleeps 4+1 in 2 bedrooms with the option of an extra single bed in either bedroom. + short breaks (2 night minimum) + Romantic? Most definitely! + Two couples? Ideal. + For a group of friends? Perfect. + A family? Oh yes. - Smokers? Sorry, definitely not inside the building. - Pets? Not allowed at all, sorry. - Hen or stag parties? Sorry, definitely not; this is a quiet place, so no noisy groups please. The main shower room is spacious and has room for a wheel chair. There is a very quiet minor road running past the barn so walks with great views and without getting your shoes dirty are possible on the doorstep too. Owl Barn has under floor central heating with oak flooring in the main, tiled floor in the kitchen, and the shower rooms. There is plenty of room in the lounge for the fold-up bed, or it can go in either bedroom. The master bedroom with en suite shower room is at the end of the barn, and so would be quiet for a child using the fifth bed, if they needed to be in bed earlier than the rest of the group. Linen is only provided for use with the extra fold up bed on request in advance- book for 5 people if you want to use this bed. The second bedroom has a comfortable king size 5 ft wide double bed. There is a separate shower room, which is spacious, and has a loo and spacious wet room type shower with no step into the shower. A fold-up bed is provided for occasional use and linen is provided to make the bed up with, only when requested. You must book for five to use this. The kitchen is a chefs paradise; large with a breakfast bar island that seats 4. Stylish and well fitted, equipment includes; electric double oven, grill and ceramic hob with extractor fan, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, toaster, cafetiere and all the usual cooking utensils and pans etc. Superb views over the surrounding countryside. Ironing board, iron (and even soft water for the iron) and a hairdryer are all provided. A fold-up bed is provided for occasional use and linen is provided to make the bed up with, when requested ( book for 5 people). Living Room: Spacious sunny lounge with lovely outlook, 2 comfortable 3-4 seater sofas. WiFi, TV with DVD player, CD/radio, mP3/iPod connection. Extending dining table that can seat up to 10. A beautiful room with exposed stone wall and beams that is very relaxing. The corridor leading to the bedrooms and main shower room/ loo is pleasantly wide as befits the space. Towels and linen; Laundered, quality cotton sheets, duvet covers, and towels are provided at the start of your stay, and changed weekly for longer stays. Hand soaps are also provided; bring your own shampoo please. Cleaning; The property is cleaned prior to your arrival, and weekly, with a linen change, for longer stays. Amenities/Facilities: ceramic hob, double oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, washing line and drying rack, iron & ironing board, smart TV with an associated Humax hard drive programmable recorder, compact HiFi that you can easily connect your phone or ipod to with a provided cable, internet access ( WiFi speed is a healthy 6 meg), comfortable underfloor central heating via an air source heat pump, board games, books, CD's & DVD's. A recent guest said; "It was a real sense of awe we experienced staying at Owl Barn. What you achieved in the juxtaposition of modern/new against the rural backdrop is spectacular. The floor-plan, the use of white, natural and gray tones; the exposed beams, and the way you seamlessly incorporate modern conveniences and comforts all worked so well. And the lighting -wow! The lighting. Everything from the variety of fixtures, mix of colour-temps, angles/spotlighting. Amazing. And that’s just the artificial lighting. The way you brought in natural light was equally impressive. The variety and positioning of windows/doors/skylights and their dimensions, not only let the light in but also the surroundings. Glimpses of nature from different angles, the main farmhouse, the sky. The choice of interior light-colour flooring, white walls serve to accentuate nature and the natural light."
    Llandovery is a pleasant market town, only 10 mins by car, along the leafy lane that leads down to the main road. Take your time along here; there are many blind bends and 20 mph is quite fast enough! Many shops, including a medium size supermarket, bakers, butchers, delis, cafes Post office, gift shops etc. A great Chinese takeaway, and the Three Horseshoes fish and chip restaurant and takeaway, both on the main street are recommended, and there are Indian and other fast food outlets. There are several good places to eat out; The Old Printing Office cafe (daytime) is my favourite, behind the shop. The Kings Head and Castle Hotels do good food, as does the Three Horse Shoes restaurant and takeaway. The town used to have over 30 pubs! But now there are approximately 10, and there a several country pubs in the Towy valley that make a good welcome and do food. I provide a detailed list in my welcome pack and handbook. Llandovery is the home of the Llandovery Drovers, a semi professional Welsh Premiership rugby side, and the centre of the small town is occupied by the famous Llandovery College, where many sporting greats have come to the notice of talent spotters, especially on the rugby field. There is a swimming pool, tennis squash and raquetball courts, bowls and croquet adjacent to the delightful Castle Fields cricket ground, next to the car park in the centre of town. A visit to the livestock market, beyond the town car park, on Tuesday mornings or most Fridays could be an interesting excursion. This lovely rural area is fantastic for the outdoors with walking, cycling, both on road and off, and we even have a great MTB trail within easy cycling range of the farm, Cwm Rhaeadr MTB forest trail; cycle over into the next valley, 30 mins, ride the trail, 45 mins /lap, dine in the Neuadd Arms in Cilycwm and ride back to Owl Barn at Penygaer. Phew! Or put the bike in the car to get there..... There are many other cycle and walking tracks through Crychan forest on the opposite side of our Bran valley, or ride/ walk out onto the hills of mid Wales or the Brecon Beacons, only 30 mins away. Visit; Lyn y Fan; the most fantastic (URL HIDDEN) is a delightful lake nestling in the cwm of Fan Fawr, the mountain in the view from the kitchen door; 35 mins in the car, then 40 mins walk to the lake. Magical with mystical stories about the Lady of the Lake! On to the top of Fan Fawr is a good hike, but what a view...yes, that is Somerset you can see from there! Gold Mines at DolauCothi 30 mins away by car Upper Towy valley, Cilycwm, Rhandirmwyn and on to the Lynne Brianne dam, the largest of it's type in Europe, walking/cycling, very scenic 35 mins to the dam up the Towy valley. Aberglasney; world famous gardens, 40 mins National Botanic Garden of Wales, Nantgaredig 45 mins Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, home of Scarlets rugby 60+ mins Cardiff and the Millenium Stadium 80+ mins Swansea (football and Ospreys rugby) and The Gower peninsular, beaches, walking, etc 90 mins Llandeilo; shopping and architecture 30 mins Brecon; shopping and architecture 35 mins Laugharne; home of Dylan Thomas 65 mins Brechfa forest/Abergorgech; superb MTB trails, 35 mins Dan yr Ogof show caves open to the public 40 mins Ystradfellte; amazing walks in wonderful sheltered wooded valleys with waterfalls and caves Horse riding at Cae Iago Riding Centre, Ffarmers 35 mins Llangose lake; sailing, canoeing etc. beyond Brecon 40 mins Rallying; many events throughout the year, on the Eppynt military range or in Crychan and Halfway forests, 25 mins The area has fantastic roads for motorcyclists, and you will notice many of them visit the town for a cuppa on their travels in summer. Golf; there's a nine hole course just beside the river Towy. 10 mins Builth Wells has a good 18 hole course. 35 mins Builth Wells is also home to the annual Royal Wesh Show around the end of July, and the showground hosts many other events throughout the year. Fishing is possible on the Towy river that flows down its beautiful adjacent valley and past Llandovery, or at Springwater Lakes 30 mins away towards Lampeter.
  • A wonderful place to have a break in peaceful surroundings with stunning views. We would rate this as the best we have stayed in to date. Sparkling clean, it is also bright, airy, warm, cosy and comfortable. The facilities are first class and everything that you could reasonably need is present and is of good quality (and functioning!). Wi Fi is good and the mobile phone signal is strong. Jon's communications were first class and all the information given was comprehensive. There was also local information in the accommodation. Instruction leaflets for all the appliances were to hand and also all the basics for cooking as well. Llandovery is a short drive by car for shopping and meals out plus a good variety of takeaways. Plenty of interesting places to visit are also in easy reach by car. It was great to meet Jon during our stay - a very genuine and pleasant person. Very highly recommended.

    Richard2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • Never met a host like Jon, very superior this chap knows how to run and communicate about his holiday home! No detail left unturned. Visits to Lake Brianne dam -just stunning National trust Local swimming pool for our toddler Botanical gardens Castle pub - delicious even our toddler eat her dinner! Stunning home, all one level so we could relax, our toddler totally loved this open space to run around although no bath she was soo excited to have a shower! Just heavenly sat at breakfast bar looking over the Brecon mountains! Really felt like home from home..

    Amanda2019-08-16T00:00:00Z
  • We are a family of four (kids 12&14) and absolutely loved our stay at the Owl Barn. It was exactly what we were looking for in terms of accommodation for our 3 nights in Wales. The little house is spacious and very nicely appointed. There is a well equipped kitchen, so we chose to purchase provisions at the Co-op in town for our breakfasts (10 minute drive to Llandovery down a narrow country road). We found the location to be central for doing day trips (to Brecon Beacons one day and Tenby on another). If you enjoy a pastoral setting but appreciate a modern aesthetic, then this place is for you.

    Tara2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • Exclusive and tasteful accommodation in idyllic surroundings. There is really nothing missing here. Jon was very helpful and friendly. This accommodation alone would be worth a second holiday in Wales.

    Ina2019-06-11T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to stay if you want a quite few days in South Wales. Lots of great walks around and the scenery from the barn is stunning.

    Craig2019-06-07T00:00:00Z
  • Owl Barn is stunning. The space is so stylish and everything is there from Netflix to cooking equipment. We have been searching for such a lovely holiday rental in Wales and this is it.

    Rose2019-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • The Owl Barn was fantastic! Everything was perfect; including the fabulous views of the Welsh countryside!

    Frank2019-05-30T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay here, the location is incredibly picturesque. The flat is very spacious and amenities were all excellent. You do need a car here!

    Jennifer2019-04-08T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom

    CwCw (Cuckoo) Barn is a lovely spacious airy warm and comfortable modern barn conversion with fantastic views of the surrounding hills. It sleeps up to 6 in 3 bedrooms. Set on a hillside in wonderful quiet rural Carmarthenshire, yet only 10 minutes from the market town of Llandovery. Come for walks, rides from the doorstep, sightseeing and experience the wonders of being able to see the Milky Way on a starlit night.
    Cwcw (cuckoo) Barn is a superb recent conversion of an old stone and slate building on an upland hill farm in Carmarthenshire, Wales. We often see and more often hear the cwcw in spring, hence the name for this conversion of our old cow house into a comfortable warm and stylish home. With its stylish decor and amazing views this romantic and spacious barn will both wow and cosset you. There is a large double bedroom with king size bed, one large twin room with en-suite bathroom, a small twin room and a shower room. The master bedroom has a king size (5 foot wide ) double bed. The second bedroom has twin 3ft beds, and an en-suite bath room with a shower over the bath. This is a lovely spacious and quiet room at the end of the barn. there is another twin bedded room, small but cosy. Please note that we do not allow sleeping on the sofas. Thus we can accommodate up to 6, easily, but do not allow more than that (babies excepted). You will have ample parking spaces, a sheltered sunny outside terraced area with table and eating/sitting space and a lawned garden area that provides a little bit of peace and quiet and has great views across the valley. Cwcw Barn is well stocked; with basics such as teas, coffee, and other simple cooking needs etc, to wide screen TV, DVD, a smart Humax TV recorder that makes access to iPlayer , Netflix etc very easy, radio HiFi/CD sound system, and 6 meg Wifi, books and magazines to browse. Whether your stay (minimum of 2 nights) is for family, friends or a romantic weekend get away, you could not ask for a more delightful retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life, and you are within seconds of quiet countryside walks which can be as challenging as you wish; a stroll around the farm or on sheltered roads and footpaths, or up to the trig point on the top of Fforest, the nearest hill top of the Cambrian range at about 1300 feet. All without using the car. This is a stylish warm and peaceful building with underfloor heating throughout, supplied by an external oil boiler. It is well appointed, quiet and has lovely extensive countryside views and a sheltered terraced outside area to eat al fresco or just sit quietly. There is parking for numerous cars. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms with the option of a cot and high chair for an infant. + short breaks (2 night minimum) + Romantic? Most definitely! + couples? Ideal. + For a group of friends? Perfect. + A family? Oh yes. - Smokers? Sorry, definitely not inside the building. - Pets? Not allowed at all, sorry. - Hen or stag parties? Sorry, definitely not; this is a quiet place, so no noisy groups please. The main shower room is small and should be ok for a wheel chair user - ther is no step into the shower. There is a very quiet minor road running past the barn so walks with great views and without getting your shoes dirty are possible on the doorstep too. Cwcw Barn has under floor central heating with oak flooring in the lounge, tiled floor in the kitchen, and the shower room. Bedrooms are carpeted. The twin bedroom with en suite shower room is at the end of the barn, and so would be quiet for a child, if they needed to be in bed earlier than the rest of the group. There is a separate shower room, which is small, and has a loo and a large wet room type shower with no step into the shower. The kitchen is fully equipped with all the normal features; it is large, with room for the dining table that seats 6 easily, a long comfortable sofa/bench and an island unit. Equipment includes; electric oven, grill and ceramic hob with extractor fan, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, toaster, cafetiere and all the usual cooking utensils and pans etc. French doors to the sheltered terrace. CD/radio, mP3/iPod connection. Dining table that can seat up to 8. Ironing board, iron (and even soft water for the iron) and a hairdryer are all provided. Living Room: Spacious lounge with lovely outlook, 2 comfortable 3-4 seater sofas and two other chairs. A small woodstove and a two days wood supply (more available on request) WiFi, TV Humax 'smart' recorder that can access iplayer, Netflix etc, A beautiful room with exposed stone wall and beams that is very relaxing. The corridor leading to the bedrooms and main shower room/ loo is pleasantly wide as befits the space. Towels and linen; Laundered, quality cotton sheets, duvet covers, and towels are provided at the start of your stay, and changed weekly for longer stays. Hand soaps and shampoo are also provided. Cleaning; The property is cleaned prior to your arrival, and weekly, with a linen change, for longer stays. Amenities/Facilities: ceramic hob, double oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, drying rack, iron & ironing board, smart TV with an associated Humax hard drive programmable recorder, compact HiFi that you can easily connect your phone or ipod to with a provided cable, internet access ( WiFi speed is a healthy 6 meg), comfortable underfloor central heating, board games, books, CD's & DVD's.
    Llandovery is a pleasant market town, only 10 mins by car, along the leafy lane that leads down to the main road. Take your time along here; there are many blind bends and 20 mph is quite fast enough! Many shops, including a medium size supermarket, bakers, butchers, delis, cafes Post office, gift shops etc. A great Chinese takeaway, and the Three Horseshoes fish and chip restaurant and takeaway, both on the main street are recommended, and there are Indian and other fast food outlets. There are several good places to eat out; The Old Printing Office cafe (daytime) is my favourite, behind the shop. The Kings Head and Castle Hotels do good food, as does the Three Horse Shoes restaurant and takeaway. The town used to have over 30 pubs! But now there are approximately 10, and there a several country pubs in the Towy valley that make a good welcome and do food. I provide a detailed list in my welcome pack and handbook. Llandovery is the home of the Llandovery Drovers, a semi professional Welsh Premiership rugby side, and the centre of the small town is occupied by the famous Llandovery College, where many sporting greats have come to the notice of talent spotters, especially on the rugby field. There is a swimming pool, tennis squash and raquetball courts, bowls and croquet adjacent to the delightful Castle Fields cricket ground, next to the car park in the centre of town. A visit to the livestock market, beyond the town car park, on Tuesday mornings or most Fridays could be an interesting excursion. This lovely rural area is fantastic for the outdoors with walking, cycling, both on road and off, and we even have a great MTB trail within easy cycling range of the farm, Cwm Rhaeadr MTB forest trail; cycle over into the next valley, 30 mins, ride the trail, 45 mins /lap, dine in the Neuadd Arms in Cilycwm and ride back to Owl Barn at Penygaer. Phew! Or put the bike in the car to get there..... There are many other cycle and walking tracks through Crychan forest on the opposite side of our Bran valley, or ride/ walk out onto the hills of mid Wales or the Brecon Beacons, only 30 mins away. Visit; Lyn y Fan; the most fantastic (URL HIDDEN) is a delightful lake nestling in the cwm of Fan Fawr, the mountain in the view from the kitchen door; 35 mins in the car, then 40 mins walk to the lake. Magical with mystical stories about the Lady of the Lake! On to the top of Fan Fawr is a good hike, but what a view...yes, that is Somerset you can see from there! Gold Mines at DolauCothi 30 mins away by car Upper Towy valley, Cilycwm, Rhandirmwyn and on to the Lynne Brianne dam, the largest of it's type in Europe, walking/cycling, very scenic 35 mins to the dam up the Towy valley. Aberglasney; world famous gardens, 40 mins National Botanic Garden of Wales, Nantgaredig 45 mins Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, home of Scarlets rugby 60+ mins Cardiff and the Millenium Stadium 80+ mins Swansea (football and Ospreys rugby) and The Gower peninsular, beaches, walking, etc 90 mins Llandeilo; shopping and architecture 30 mins Brecon; shopping and architecture 35 mins Laugharne; home of Dylan Thomas 65 mins Brechfa forest/Abergorgech; superb MTB trails, 35 mins Dan yr Ogof show caves open to the public 40 mins Ystradfellte; amazing walks in wonderful sheltered wooded valleys with waterfalls and caves Horse riding at Cae Iago Riding Centre, Ffarmers 35 mins Llangose lake; sailing, canoeing etc. beyond Brecon 40 mins Rallying; many events throughout the year, on the Eppynt military range or in Crychan and Halfway forests, 25 mins The area has fantastic roads for motorcyclists, and you will notice many of them visit the town for a cuppa on their travels in summer. Golf; there's a nine hole course just beside the river Towy. 10 mins Builth Wells has a good 18 hole course. 35 mins Builth Wells is also home to the annual Royal Wesh Show around the end of July, and the showground hosts many other events throughout the year. Fishing is possible on the Towy river that flows down its beautiful adjacent valley and past Llandovery, or at Springwater Lakes 30 mins away towards Lampeter.
  • Communications with Jon were superb, he was exceptionally patient and accommodating with all of our queries and requirements. This is a really lovely cottage with stunning views over the Brecon Beacons. Rooms were very clean and the kitchen was amazing. We stayed in the middle of January and it was very cosy. Lovely place to stay.

    Laura2020-01-22T00:00:00Z
  • This is a high spec barn convention tucked away in rural Llandovery. The property was spotless, spacious and housed everything we needed for a family stay. The owner was very accommodating and welcoming. It comes highly recommended.

    Carl2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • The accommodation was superb and the scenery was stunning. And Jon was a great and decent host. We had a slight problem with the boiler when we first arrived. Jon went over and beyond to fix the problem swiftly and was courteous throughout. We spent a very happy 4 days on holiday there. I would highly recommend this holiday accommodation to anyone! Enjoy!

    Yossi2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Llandovery, Wales, United Kingdom

    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.
    Accommodation: Sleeps 6 (4 adults + 2 children in bunks) 1 double room with a kingsize bed 1 twin room (which can also be made up to a superking) 1 bunk room for two children Bathroom: Large bath with a shower over the top, washbasin and lavatory Useful information: Free, reliable WiFi 200 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linen, feather pillows and duvets (alternative pillows available on request) Towels, bathmats and kitchen linen provided Electricity and a basket of logs for the log burner included Well-behaved pets with thoughtful owners most welcome High chair and travel cot available Parking for two cars immediately outside the house Television with integral DVD player Well-equipped kitchen including a microwave, a small freezer and a Nespresso coffee machine Washing machine
    The village of Myddfai - famous for the ancient herbalists ‘The Physicians of Myddfai’ - is home to the 13th century St. Michael’s Church, renowned for its five huge arches. The village boasts an excellent visitors’ centre, shop and cafe, the building of which was the subject of the BBC’s Village SOS. The centre, opened by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall - near neighbours at the Llwynywermod Estate - sells locally made produce and gifts and hosts a book swap service, a monthly farmers’ market and other occasional events, talks and activities. Nearby are the Usk Reservoir, Llyn y Fan Fach of the ‘Lady of the Lake’ legend - and also from the legend Esgairllaithdy Farm from where one can buy lamb that grazed on the hills within sight of the house - and the Red Kite feeding centre at Llanddeusant. Llangoedmor House is a superb base for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts or those just seeking a quiet retreat in a beautiful place. Llandovery (3 miles): a friendly market town where you can find a supermarket, butcher, baker, greengrocer, Post Office, bank, Indian and Chinese takeaways, fish and chip shop and numerous independent retailers, including bric-a-brac and antique shops that are well worth a visit. Llandovery has a Business Hub with excellent internet connectivity in which you can find a desk on a daily basis, should you need one. Llandeilo (13 miles): becoming recognised as a chic destination for those in the know, Llandeilo has excellent shopping - the usual butcher, greengrocer and supermarket, but also an outstanding independent delicatessen, toy shop, kitchen shop, patisserie and quilting shop as well as a number of very good quality bistros, coffee shops, antique and interior shops and clothing boutiques. Its charming colourful houses perched on a hillside with spectacular views make it a fine place for a visit and a wander. Further afield: Brecon, Carmarthen, Crickhowell, Swansea, Bridgend and Hay-on-Wye are all achievable for a good day out.
  • A fabulous house, very clean and well appointed. Lots of lovely touches and great communication from Sophie. Thank you.

    Rachel2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely, spacious cottage in a superb location. Great facilities at the property including a cosy log burner and a luxurious jacuzzi bath, and extra touches added by the host. Lots of options for walks in the local area, we enjoyed a hike up Mynydd Myddfai. Great cuppa and cake in the local cafe too.

    AndrewSian2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at Llangoedmor House was fantastic, the pictures don't do it justice - it's much bigger than we expected. Sophie was a great host, the eggs, milk & Apple treats were a great welcome and she kept in touch throughout the weekend for anything we needed. Would highly recommend staying here

    Louise2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This is a stunning house, warm, cosy and very welcoming. The shower and jacuzzi bath are fantastic. The kitchen has lots of little things you wouldn't expect to find such as a mixer, Tupperware and a good range of cookware. The oven may look dated but actually works better than my own. There are lots of games and a wonderful log burner for those cold and wet evenings. It's worth reading the instructions behind the ash pan door of the burner to get full benefit from its use. The village is quite and surrounded by outstanding beauty. Please note if you're looking to walk around Myddfai you need to be ok with hills. Sophie is a great host who does all she can to make your break as comfortable as possible and is quick to respond to any queries you may have.

    Nicky2019-11-02T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic stay in this lovely cottage. It’s in a great location for exploring the Brecon Beacons and the village of Myddfai is set in wonderful scenery. The cottage is spotless and very well equipped - it is easy to cook meals there as everything is provided. Sophie is also a very informative and helpful host and we really appreciated the thoughtful extras, such as the fresh eggs and welsh cakes . Definitely recommended for a weekend away exploring this beautiful region.

    Sophie2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • 2nd stay at this cottage. Would do a 3rd for sure.

    Ben2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • Sophie's cottage is a fantastic property in a charming Welsh village location. It is very stylishly decorated and has everything one could need for a break in the Welsh countryside. We particularly liked the extremely comfortable bed, quality linen, and cleanliness. We would definitely return.

    Simon2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • House was lovely. Amazing views and a cosy fire. We had a great stay

    Tom2019-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Myddfai, Wales, United Kingdom

    Cartws is a converted former carthouse, centrally heated, but with a woodburner as well for cosy nights in by the fire. It is located in the beautiful upper Towy valley, a mecca for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers. Cartws is ideal for couples, small groups of friends and families.
    Cartws is a roomy comfortable space, with oil central heating and a toasty woodburner, wooden floors, a spacious kitchen witha tiled floor that is the hub of the cottage, three double bedrooms (one ensuite), a further bathroom with bath and shower. (Initial fuel included, charged per basket afterwards). There is a private garden behind the barn and a wild flower meadow in the paddock at the side, full of oxe eye daisies and knapweed in the summer.
    The upper Towy valley has a dramatic landscape and has been described as a 'Little Switzerland'. The area is rich in wildlife, it was the last redoubt of the Red Kite before its recovery and Red Squirrels roam the conifer forests that surround the village. It is a walkers paradise, with bird reserves, woodland trust land, and Mynydd Mallaen a large upland common you will be spoilt for choice of walks. The area is also rich in history and a cave hidden in Dinas bird reserve further up the valley was the hiding place of Twm Sion Cati, known as the Welsh Robin Hood!
  • Fabulous house, which looks as smart as the photos. Loads of space both inside and out, and a perfect, tranquil refuge to get off-grid and away from it all. Lots of great walks from the door, including the river just 50 yards away and accessible pubs, so no need to use the car. Thoroughly recommended!

    Adam2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Our guest cabin 'La Fleur' is beautifully built wooden cabin - a cosy and warm hideaway on a remote hillside within the Brecon Beacon National Park - a wild nature haven in the dark skies reserve. Close to Usk Reservoir. provides: double bed,all bedding, wood stove and rustic kitchenette . share of shower and a compost loo. South facing balcony with view of the mythical black mountain. sleeps two very comfortably .look forward to hearing from you! more info on request.
  • One of my favourite places to get off the grid, make a fire and go back to the simple life for a couple of days 👌🏼

    Ben2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • If you're looking for a cosy cabin in the woods to escape the hustle and bustle of city life this is it. It felt very liberating to get back to basics and reconnect with the beautiful nature in the surrounding area. The wood burning fire was a real touch. Ella was a super host and provided us with everything we needed to enjoy very comfortable stay. Can't wait to come back!

    Matt2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful rustic hideaway. Really special peaceful space to escape No wifi no phones, just perfect comfort views and hospitality.

    Christine2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great cosy and rustic cabin! Excellent base for exploring! Cabin has everything you need for a comfortable stay but is tiny so dont bring too much stuff haha! Also the little toilet is a little walk down the hill so bring a torch! Great value for money! Thanks ella!

    Megan2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • As beautiful and peaceful as ever. This was our third trip and we always leave thinking about the next time we'll be back. It really is the nicest place to do very little.

    James2019-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • The most suitably peaceful environment to escape the day to day routine and totally unwind.

    Daniella2019-11-02T00:00:00Z
  • Idyllic little cabin getaway with incredible views and all the creature comforts you could wish for. The Log burner makes for a very cosy stay.

    Dan2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • If you're looking for a quiet, cosy place to get away to with no phone signal and no distractions in a beautiful setting then Ella's cabin is ideal. It rained all weekend and we couldn't have been happier to curl up inside with the log burner keeping us toasty.

    George2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Trecastle, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Stables, recently & stylishly renovated is an idyllic cottage hideaway in the heart of the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. Ideal as a base to explore the Mid Wales lakes and mountains, a romantic weekend, or just to relax. Just 10 minutes from the town of Brecon with its historic cathedral, yet only an hour from Cardiff; the cultural hub of Wales. The local village; a few minutes away is convenient with it's garages & convenience stores and pubs. Well behaved dogs welcome to stay.
    The cottage has a private entrance and parking for two cars. It is set within its own enclosed garden area and is secure for children to play. The lounge area is cozy and comfortable, with a 50" widescreen TV, Sky Q and wifi. The kitchen is well provisioned, and includes a double fan oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, toaster and kettle, along with an array of utensils and crockery. Bedding and towels are provided, along with tea towels, washing up liquid and dishwasher tablets, cloths, toilet rolls and kitchen towel. Salt & Pepper.
    Just a few miles from Mynydd Illtud and the Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor centre, set in acres of open common land with plenty to explore including the iron age hill fort and the beginning of the 'Sarn Helen' Roman road.
  • Very clean, comfortable and welcoming hosts.

    Anna2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • The accommodation is a self contained bungalow with all amenities needed and more. Spotlessly clean, amazing Egyptian cotton bedding and perfect for my walks up Pen Y Fan (ten mins drive away). Wifi, Sky Q and all extra luxuries provided, and the kitchen space was brand new and spotless also. Chris & Kara were the perfect hosts, responded to any queries very quickly over text and left me alone to my own devices across the stay. Lots of tips and maps etc. left for you by the hosts and a very simple guide book to the accommodation. It is in the middle of a farm area, so a tad away from civilisation (circa 3miles max), but I actually walked into Sennybridge and back one evening for a few beers and dinner in one of the local pubs. The food was amazing! I will definitely be back! Loved the place!

    Andrew2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • High class accommodation with everything you would expect and more.

    Mark2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage is well situated with amazing country walks right outside your front door! Clean and well decorated.

    Ashley 2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of Wales. We had a lovely few days away and the cottage was a perfect base for us!

    Ella2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Chris and Kara’s place was very welcoming. A lovely, warm space right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. The cottage was very clean and had everything you could need. Would definitely stay again!

    Chantelle2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean and spacious, very quiet and peaceful. 15 minute drive from Brecon and some really nice walks. Highly recommended!

    Hasan2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful setting and great hosts. Definitely come back in the summer!

    Philip2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    2

    Sennybridge, Wales, United Kingdom

    Decorated traditionally in keeping with the age of the house. Good size garden, overlooking the river. Just off the A40 trunk road, central village location with service garage, shop and café close by. Railway station on the Heart of Wales Line connecting Swansea and Shrewsbury. Close to River Towy, the Black Mountain and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
    Two double bedrooms available, both on first floor - one with sink. Kettle, mini fridge and tea/coffee in room. Second bedroom for the use of family group/friends. Use of kitchen - hot drinks and cereals/toast for breakfast if required.
    Village location - just off the A40 trunk road on A482: 4 miles from Llandovery, 8 miles from Llandeilo, 16 miles from Lampeter.
  • Tony and Anne were excellent hosts. Very friendly and helpful throughout

    Johnny2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect host and place. Tony is a heartful and friendly host. Very good and detailed communication. Sparkling clean home. Highly recommend.

    Sasho2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • Very quick communication, a good host.

    Jon2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • A little gem in a lovely part of the country. Kind and caring people, who have a lovely, clean house. Would definitely recommend staying here to my friends. Kt x

    Katie2019-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • Tony and Anne are great hosts. Both rooms are spacious and clean. Ideal location. Very friendly. We were made to feel very welcome.

    Becca2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • The accommodation was beyond our expectations. The photos don't do justice to the actual facilities. The hosts were extremely caring and thoughtful. They make it your home away from home. I hope more people get to enjoy their amazing hospitality.

    Bhaskar2019-05-26T00:00:00Z
  • I received the warmestof welcomes from the lovely hosts. The bed was fantastically large and cost. A fab experience in all areas!

    Amy2019-05-19T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect hosts. Very friendly. Great breakfast

    Louise2019-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Private room2 beds
    Swn-yr-afon
    Price:$56 AUD/night
    18 reviews
    Superhost
    Between the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Cambrian Mountains, this is a great centre for beautiful countryside. Our pretty cottage with walled garden is in the quiet conservation area of the town. A "Heart of Wales" railway station is nearby.
    This is a comfortable "home-from-home" with a welcoming feel to it, that our own family uses from time to time. We hope you will like it as much as we do. There is a good-sized family bathroom and a shower room with toilet and small wash-basin.
    The cottage is centrally located near Llandovery Castle and the fabulous statue of Llewelyn-ap-Gruffydd. Castle Street is quite charming and has repeatedly won the town's competition for the "prettiest street." Llandovery itself has local shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and takeaways and there is a good childrens' playground next to the Castle.
  • Excellent house and great stay. Would recommend to anyone.

    Steven2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is on a very quiet , old street and just a minute’s walk to town and amenities. Great to have two bathrooms and a lovely little outdoor terrace and garden

    Alice2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely house on a beautiful location. It had everything we needed. Alice was very welcoming, flexible and kind. We would defenitely stay here again!

    Yvette2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Alice's place was great for my colleagues to stay in - thank you very much for being so accommodating! Brilliant host.

    Catrin2019-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • Alice's place is excellent, it's a home away from home. Alice made us feel so comfortable from the time of booking until the end. The home is nestled in a historical lane close to places to visit and local amenities. Perfect for a family getaway, we felt so at home that we even baked ;-) Alice was so kind and offered for us to take extra few hours (free of charge) to avoid the Bank holiday traffic which we did. We are definitely coming back, thanks Alice!

    Sugirtha2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • We have just had the most lovely 5 days at the cottage. It has everything you need, the location for good pubs, shops, cafes could not be better...a 2 minute walk. There were 5 adults and a dog and the cottage was perfect. We managed lots of walks and enjoyed cups of tea in the sunny small garden. We will definitely be back, thank you Alice x

    Julianne2019-08-21T00:00:00Z
  • Great value for money

    Russ2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Alice is a wonderful host, very easy to communicate. She is a kind person and is willing to provide extra help. She has kindly bought some food and fruit free of charge before our arrival. The house is located in the town centre, convenient for travel and eating out. I will book this house again whenever I go back to Llandovery.

    Ping2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Llandovery, United Kingdom

    Cozy wooden cabin in the heart of Wales set amongst the forest of beautiful Abergwesyn. Great base for adventurers or as a romantic getaway.
    Cozy wooden cabin in the heart of Wales set amongst the forests of beautiful Abergwesyn. Great base for adventurers, walkers, bikers and cyclists or as a romantic getaway. Single room wooden cabin with outside under cover kitchen facilities. Separate toilet, sink and hot water shower in nearby barn. The cabin is located near to the owner's cottage, but is very private, and has it's own garden area with space for an extra tent. No other properties are visible from the cabin. Well behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement, and must be kept on a lead at all times outside the cabin. The cabin is unheated during the summer months, early autumn and late spring, but there are plenty of blankets and hot water bottles to keep guests warm on chilly evenings. Interaction with host is as required by the guests. Stunning scenery, wildlife, wild swimming, mountain walking or biking, fabulous drives, and starry starry nights. Excellent pub food three miles away. The cabin is rural so a car, bike or bicycles are a necessity. Private parking is available.
    Stunning scenery, wildlife, wild swimming, mountain walking or biking, fabulous drives, and starry starry nights. Excellent pub nearby.
  • Beautiful cabin , rustic feel, exactly what I expected, beautiful surroundings and brilliant communication with host, such a lovely break, peace & quiet an quality time. Treasured memories made.

    Kelly Anne2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cabin in the woods - such a brilliant location with loads of great touches :) will be back in the summer!

    Ali2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • We are two young professionals who left the comfort and security of the West Midlands for our first romantic getaway. What could be better than staying in a cosy cabin surrounded by glorious nature and outstanding scenery? Between Google maps and Janine’s instructions, we had no problems finding the location. Upon arrival, Janine welcomed us and showed us around our abode for the next two nights. After all our travelling, like many others before us, we indulged in Janine’s delicious Welsh cakes which lived up to the description left in previous reviews. After settling in, our survival instincts kicked in and we lit a fire in the fire pit. We had brought with us three large bags of kindling, a box of fire lighters and a lighter. We later discovered that we only needed two bags of kindling because we only cooked on the fire pit twice, each evening. However we had to drive to a shop to get more firefighters. (Top tip: don’t leave your lighter out in the rain overnight or this will be added to your shopping list). Cooking on the fire pit was a lovely experience and created a real sense of adventure and teamwork. (Top tip: With no light pollution to spoil the scenery it would be great to bring a torch with you to ensure that your meat is cooked through or just use the torch on your phone). After filling our bellies, we retired for the night. Being winter, Janine had thoughtfully provided and left on an electric heater which took the chill off the room. We did however, make full use of the array of blankets provided to keep warm. The next day, we woke up feeling refreshed to the sound of the stream nearby. The amenities in the kitchenette meant that we could make a cup of tea using the kettle provided and cook sausages on the induction hob. In the cabin is a folder filled with information of local walks and advice. We used this to plan our day and set off exploring on one of the routes provided. The route we chose was not overly demanding but provided breathtaking scenery and the instructions were accurate meaning we did not get lost. (Top tip: bring snacks and a drink for your walk). When we returned from our expedition, we slipped into something more comfortable, the ponchos provided and played one of the many board games located in the cupboard. It rained on and off throughout our stay which only added to the charm. It was cloudy on the first night but we were fortunate that on the second night, the sky was clear and the stars pierced the night sky. We sat outside stargazing with a cup of tea and it was breathtaking. The following day, we checked out but just before venturing back to reality we took a detour to the Devil’s Staircase. The scenery on the drive there is incredible and the drive was not taxing due to the good roads. (Top tip: the road leading to the Devil’s Staircase is steep and winding. However my Hyundai i10 handled it, if she can, you can). We then ventured home and have enjoyed reminiscing about it since and would happily return.

    Gary2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • Just as described, peaceful and remote in the forest. A bit nippy and a bit wet at this time of year but warm and cosy in the cabin.

    Eva2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • Quirky cabin in the woods, nice and peaceful, board games are a nice touch! Had a fantastic time away for the night. Made our experience better with no phone signal, being away from the world. Highly recommend! Will definitely be going back.

    Jasmine2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Everything you need for a peaceful, lovely weekend.. The electric blanket and the board games were much appreciated.

    Ame2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Janine was a lovely and kind host who greeted us on check in and showed us around. The cabin was exactly what we needed for a quiet night away and we made full use of the board games and cooked our dinner on the fire outside. We stayed on a night that got down to minus temperatures but still stayed warm in the cabin and the electric blankets kept us cosy through the night! Thank you for a lovely stay!

    Hannah2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little cabin in the middle of the woods. Cosy little space. A little cold but we did have a heater / plenty of blankets & slippers! Plenty of nearby streams and waterfalls. Be sure to check out devil's staircase for absolutely stunning views!

    Erica2019-12-17T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Abergwesyn, Wales, United Kingdom

    Glynderi Cottage - Cozy Couples & Ideal Walkers' Retreat With great access from Sennybridge to all the famous Brecon Beacons walks, Glynderi Cottage provides a fantastic base for exploring the Beacons and surrounding area as well as the market town of Brecon.
    Rustic charm - Recently upgraded inside and out, Glynderi Cottage sleeps two adults and has its own patio, garden and parking space. Relax and unwind - Enjoy some time to yourselves and relax by the log burner. Facilities include wifi, TV with built in freeview and DVD player, and an iPhone docking station. Snooze in style - The bedroom features a king size bed, window shutters and LED mood lighting, along with an en-suite toilet and shower. Details: The sitting room is cozy and comfortable with a club chair and sofa, log burner, TV (freeview & DVD), wifi and a docking station (charging and speakers for iPhone etc.). There is also a velux roof light with blackout blind. The kitchen is well provisioned, and includes sink, ceramic hob, ventilation hood, toaster, kettle, fridge with 3 star freezer compartment, washing machine & dryer, electric fan oven and microwave. The bedroom is accessed from lounge via a sliding frosted glass door and has a wooden king size bed, bedside tables, reading lights, wardrobe, and features LED mood lighting along the back beam. It also has wooden window shutters and a sliding door to an en-suite bathroom with shower. The cottage has its own well lit parking space, garden and screened area. The patio space caters for alfresco dining with patio chairs and table, whilst the garden has a fire-pit area. BBQ equipment is provided in the garden store. Why not order a freshly baked loaf of bread for the morning? We can arrange a locally sourced breakfast including sausages, eggs, bacon etc. For extra special occasions we offer celebration cakes made onsite, visit the Face book page ‘mariathecakebruja’ to enquire in advance of your stay.
    With great access to all the famous Brecon Beacons walks, Glynderi Cottage provides a fantastic base for exploring the Beacons and surrounding area as well as the market town of Brecon. Sennybridge provides a selection of pubs, restaurants and shopping facilities - including a Post Office and Sennybridge Health Centre - all within walking distance. Nearby places to visit include Dan Yr Ogof Caves & Dinosaurs, Ghost Tours at Craig Y Nos Castle, Brecon centre, Defynnog Yew Tree (5000 years old!). Please see our website (glyndericottage dot co dot uk) and click on the 'Things to Do' page for more ideas, and useful links to walking routes.
  • Highly recommend this cottage. Pete was superb, welcoming but very respectful of the current social contact situation. Everything there you could need. Quiet location but amenities all around. Great post office / store 5 minutes walk.

    Dave2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Pete gave us a genuine and warm welcome. The accommodation is lovely with a great location. We loved our stay and will certainly be back soon!

    Nicky2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little cottage in a great location for exploring the Brecon Beacons. Pete gave us a warm welcome and the facilities were good.

    Carla2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely well equipped cosy cottage perfect for a peaceful escape. We had a lovely relaxing stay .

    Emily2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • An idyllic stay in a great location, easy access to all of the Brecon Beacons. Pete & Maria provided thoughtful touches that added to the enjoyment of our visit!

    Bethany2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage, very quiet and peaceful but close enough to some great restaurants. There were some really lovely touches to the place, and the bed was so comfortable! Perfect weekend away.

    Sarah2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Five stars wouldn't be enough. We had a lovely weekend in the cottage. We had everything we needed, the cooking facilities were brilliant. It is lovely and cosy with a great heating system for cold winter days. There's a great cupboard with lots of local tips and recommendations. It is a perfect spot for a cosy and relaxing few days away! Thank you for a lovely stay Pete and Maria! Fionnuala and David

    Fionnuala2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cosy space. Well equipped kitchen area. Great hosts who take the time to explain a little of the local area and suggest places to eat etc.

    Claire2020-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Sennybridge, Wales, United Kingdom

    Meadow Cottage is a welcoming, cosy two bedroomed retreat raised from the ruin of a Welsh longhouse. It nestles in a beautiful valley flanked by trees and hills and is the perfect place for a relaxing break. As you approach the property along the narrow country lane, be prepared to fall into the embrace of this peaceful and tranquil location. The cottage is well equipped and has a pretty garden surrounded by fields and woodland with a patio for alfresco dining or just being at one with nature.
    The cottage is a dedicated holiday home and is situated within our 200 acre farmland estate. The original property collapsed many years ago and when we acquired it, the only parts still standing were the livestock end, which was complete, and part of the wall containing the original fireplace. We decided to renovate the cottage and used as much as possible of the old stone still lying nearby, and in 1999 it was re-born. At night, Meadow Cottage is near silent except for the odd owl hooting or the wind rustling in the trees, and the sky is properly dark except for the moon and stars - a perfect recipe for the townie needing a good nights sleep. To help you dream on, our comfortable beds have soft snuggly duvets and pillows with fresh colour coordinated bed linen. In the Kitchen, you’ll find all the equipment you’ll need to prepare anything from basic grub to an epicurean feast. We provide tea towels, dish cloths and cleaning products. The cosy Lounge has windows overlooking the front and back gardens. It has two comfy sofas and an armchair. On a chilly evening, you can enjoy the log burning stove. The spacious Double Bedroom on the first floor has a king size pine bed, dressing table, hair dryer, wardrobe, chest of drawers, walk in eaves cupboard for storage and a boudoir chair. Adjacent to the Double Bedroom is the Bathroom which has a basin, wc, bath with shower and a warm airing cupboard. You will find individually wrapped scented soap, relaxing bubble bath, soft towels and a pack of four toilet tissue. The Twin Bedroom is on the ground floor and has two 3' single beds with bedside cabinets and reading lights. There is a matching tallboy with drawers and hanging space. A few steps down from the hallway is the Laundry Room equipped with a sink, washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board with iron and clothes airer. For drying wet dogs we have provided some old towels. We are Martin and Karen and we welcome our guests with a complimentary hamper of tea, coffee and biscuits with milk in the fridge. Our home is next door, so to speak, 300 metres along a farm track and we host the cottage with the help of our co-host, Liz. We are always happy to meet you, chat or help with anything you need.
  • Lovely cottage in a beautiful peaceful location with everything we needed for a relaxing cosy stay.

    Jenny2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous cottage in a tranquil secluded spot. Total privacy. Access to the field was a real bonus as we had our dog with us. Llandovery is a nice little town with good food served at the dog-friendly Castle Hotel. Great access to beautiful countryside.

    Martin2020-02-26T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay in this secluded cosy cottage. If you want a peaceful relaxing retreat then this is the place. Lovely walks from the cottage itself, great scenery. Immaculately clean with everything you could need. We will be back!

    James2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Just came back from our second visit to Meadow Cottage. Great as usual. Peaceful and relaxing. We will continue to visit.

    Marc2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • This was a return visit for us to this perfect place. It's an incredibly quiet location, perfect for our stay over the firework period to save our dog Sammy from being agitated by any loud bangs or pops. Without doubt, it's the cleanest and most relaxing of all the cottages we have stayed at. It has beautiful peaceful surroundings and everything you need. We would highly recommend Martin & Karen's cottage to anyone, and look forward to our next visit!

    Andy2019-11-06T00:00:00Z
  • Peace and quiet in lovely cosy, clean cottage. Lots of birds visiting the garden daily. Great for the dogs,they were super relaxed and enjoyed the garden and streams.

    Gemma2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • A beautifully appointed cottage, equipped with just about everything you could need. Very remote location so you need to plan your stay but it was just what we needed. A very quiet place with a large fenced field at the rear which our dog loved. An ideal holiday home for a family break. We hope to return next year.

    Dave2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • A very comfortable place to stay and peaceful location,complimented by great hosts.

    Anthony2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom

    Llwyncelyn is a picturesque riverside Victorian grade II listed estate house in Wales with many original features of the era. In the past, the house was a guesthouse and was recently acquired in September 2018 by the current owners Chris & Haydn (& Italian Spinone dogs Blanche and Vera). Due to the size of the house, we are offering two lovely, boutique double bed and breakfast bedrooms (our Holly & Towy Rooms). We offer a complimentary light breakfast for our guests.
    Llwyncelyn is a private house located next to the River Tywi, offering options for fishing and pure relaxation. The house is a prominent residence on the main A40 within walking distance from the lovely Welsh Drovers town of Llandovery complete with many restaurants, pubs, cafes, array of independent shops, swimming pool, castle and visitor centre, close proximity to lovely outdoor walking, mountain biking trails, cycling and fishing. We are also closely located to the lovely Llyn Brianne reservoir, Black Mountain (Myndd Du) in the Brecon Beacons and Prince Charles's Welsh Country house at Llwynywermwd.
    Llandovery is a small but vibrant Welsh Drovers town with numerous offerings of cafes, pubs, and restaurants offering delectable, well-priced and high quality food options. There is also a fabulous mix of local shops including patisserie, haberdashery, visitor centre, antiques, independent boutiques amongst many others.
  • Both Chris and Hayden were exceptional hosts, nothing was too much trouble. Room was beautiful as were the surroundings. Breakfast was fantastic, lots of choice. We really enjoyed our stay and can't wait to come back.

    Kelly2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful room in a beautiful location, with the river running just alongside the house. Chris and Haydn were friendly and helpful. We had a lovely, very comfortable stay!

    Caitlin2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic location for cycling, beautiful room/house/gardens. We arrived quite late and Haydn was there to welcome us with open arms! He was very professional and showed us to our rooms, reminding us of their two lovely dogs that might bark in the morning! He also helped us chose a route in the morning and offer went after a lovely continental style breakfast. In the evening we dipped our feet (and then sat) in the river flowing past the house- fantastic recovery for the legs!! It was cold but we had to experience it considering it was so close!! Another Great night’s sleep in the room aside from being a little warm but we were very lucky with the weather so no complaints here! The bed was very comfortable with excellent bedding and plenty of space around the bed in the room. Lovely array of tea and coffee options and Haydn gave us real milk when requested without any issues (otherwise there is little milk pots for use in the rooms). The bathroom was shared with one other room but it worked fine for us as they were up earlier. Great power shower to wake you up! Overall a fab stay in Llandovery, exactly what we wanted to explore the local area by two wheels. Chris and Haydn are excellent hosts and will go out of their way to help you in any way possible. Thank you both for a lovely weekend x

    Allison2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, very helpful, friendly and hospitable hosts, and very conveniently situated to the town. Thoroughly recommend!

    Lluis2019-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • Very Nice place

    Hélène2019-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Chris and Haydn were great. Nice clean B&B, great location for Brecon Beacons and quiet if you want a good sleep! Would stay again!

    Adam2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • The property is ideally located in a stunning area of Wales where you are spoilt for choice when it comes to walking in the hills. Chris and Haydn will make you feel very welcome in their beautiful home.

    Catherine2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Tastefully renovated 200 year old barn with stunning views across the unspoilt Upper Towy Valley in the Cambrian Mountains. Space for two couples and two kids, or a family of five. Surrounded by forests, rivers, streams and waterfalls. Great garden.
    Rustic yet modern, a bright and spacious two-storey converted barn. 3 bedrooms and bathroom downstairs and an open-plan living space upstairs, overlooking lush gardens and the Towy Valley. Please note the bunk beds are narrow (2'6") and not really suitable for adults.
    The Upper Towy Valley, surrounded by the Cambrian mountains and only 40 mins drive from the Brecon Beacons has many opportunities for walkers, mountain bikers and those of an outdoors disposition. It all starts as soon as you step outside. There are stunning walks in every direction - or drive to the Llyn Brianne reservoir and start from there. You can even canoe or kayak on the river at the end of the drive… There is a mountain bike trail at Cwm Rhaeadr (URL HIDDEN) Also an all ability (pushchair and wheelchair friendly) walk It's possible to go horse riding along the many bridle paths that are nearby. The Dinas Nature Reserve has a lovely circular walk among the waterfalls of the upper Towy valley. Run by the RSPB it's a fantastic place for bird watchers and it seems also Welsh fugitives. Legend has it that Twm Sion Cati, the Welsh outlaw, hid in the caves here. There’s also a Red Kite feeding station nearby. The region has several castles that are open to the public: The spectacular Carreg Cennen sits high on a rocky crag with magnificent views of the Black Mountain and Towy Valley. The dark cave beneath the castle is worth exploring too. Dinefwr Castle, a 20 minute drive, dates from the 9th century and is considered one of the most important castles in Wales. The castle is in the grounds of Dinefwr Park, also home to Newton House. The Park is a beautiful place for an afternoon stroll. Watch out for the many deer. There are events held within the park from March to November. In the surrounding area there are many old lead and gold mines, drovers trails and ancient shelters waiting to be discovered on long walks. The ancient gardens of Aberglasney are delightful. In a few hours you can discover its pools, cloister walk and ancient Yew tunnel as well as many rare plants.
  • WOW! What a fantastic place. Already considering heading back. It has literally everything you need, the surroundings and home are beautiful!

    Natalie2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • I have just got back from a weekends stay at the barn and I have to say what a fabulous place if you are looking for a completely chilled out weekend to unwind and relax it's just the ticket. The hottub takes 5-8hours to heat with checks every 30 mins as its getting going but it's amazing we sat in there while the rain came down amazing feeling the changing room ideal as the tub is not right next to the house. The fire inside the barn gives off amazing heat the sunken bath is lovely after a walk I can't say enough about this place it's only an hour and half drive from my home but feels like I'm somewhere completely different. I am lucky to live in Wales and I am use to the Welsh country side beauty but this place is a breathtaking place. Treat ur selves and go stay...

    Gemma2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely weekend stay at the Nant Ye Onnen barn, the barn is lovely, it has a lot of character and is extremely cosy! The location is perfect, it's so peaceful and quiet with fantastic walking routes to see the sights. There's a lovely little pub just a few minutes walk away and if you want to head into town it's only a 15 minute drive. Would definitely recommend! The perfect place for a little break away!

    Louis2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely Barn in a great rural location, ideal for walking and escaping the constant hustle and bustle of modern life. The Towy Bridge Inn is a fantastic little local, very friendly and welcoming a must visit for your meals and drinks. Can't wait to stay again.

    Craig2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • A great location and a lovely place to stay!

    Alan2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • The barn is a great place to stay. In an amazing location. Very well equipped and spacious. The gardens and surrounding area were great to explore. Also a visit to the Cwm Rhaeadr forest and Waterfall just down the road is a must! The wood fired hot tub was lovely and with good instructions on its use. It does require some planning as it can take a while to heat up from cold but it keeps its heat well through to the next day. Highly recommended. Would love to come back.

    Stephen2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • An absolutely stunning location and also a stunning property to stay in, has everything you could want and more! Would highly recommend to anyone!

    Ben2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • The barn is lovely - very nicely decorated and very clean. I didn’t use the hot tub as I’m not used to the fire wooden ones but very much enjoyed the fire inside the barn. Really nice area with a lovely pub nearby. Had a great time!

    Kyoko2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom

    Charming detached home in the middle of delightful Cilycwm village. Good sized private room recently tastefully decorated and super-comfy bed. Cilycwm has old world charm with its 14th Century church and a village pub that is a hub for locals and welcoming for visitors serving great food. 3 miles from Llandovery town centre and right on the edge of the Brecon Beacon National Park. Excellent access to facilities for leisure/road cyclists and mountain bikers, walkers and ramblers.
    I have an old friendly German Shepherd so would recommend guests should be comfortable around dogs. Access to self-service breakfast of cereals/porridge, toast, eggs, juice. Tea and coffee (Nespresso Machine) available anytime. Lounge has Welsh wood burning stove making for cosy winter evenings. Yew Tree House is located right in the centre of Cilycwm and about 30 metres from the excellent local pub. The house has a very comfortable and relaxing environment to get away from it all yet easily access more lively day and evening activities.
    Cilycwm is a truly unique Welsh village. Steeped in history and having residents who can trace their family history back a few hundred years, it has embraced a truly cosmopolitan feel and welcomed residents from all areas and walks of life. The village is centred around the pub and covers only a couple of hundred metres but has beautiful views in every direction.
  • Such a welcoming and comfortable place to stay. And a great pub on the doorstep. I have been back many times.

    Ian2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended. Angela is a great host.

    Ian2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Angela was a wonderful host, so friendly, nothing too much trouble. The house was spotlessly clean and beautifully decorated. We had the best time and left feeling well rested and relaxed!

    Fiona2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • The room/house is spotless. The host was extremely helpful. Very comfy bed. Amazing value for money. The Local pub across road with great landlord and patrons. Very picturesque area. Dont forget to ask about the Dam, a must see.

    Craig2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay very clean and a great welcome

    Janette2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended. Lovely place, welcoming host

    Ian2019-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, highly recommended

    Ian2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • As per previous review. We booked the two rooms. Great host and lovely place to stay

    Stephen2019-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    2

    Cilycwm, Wales, United Kingdom

    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.
    The loft is a very special space which just has such a great vibe. It's tucked away from it all, with a birds eye view over the surrounding hills and mountains. Climb the stone staircase up the outside of the barn and walk in to find an airy open plan living space complete with a 1920s gramaphone with a selection of 78s for you to play...we guarantee it will put huge smile on your face. The well equipped kitchen has beautiful wooden worktops, Belfast sink, electric cooker, dishwasher and stellar pans. There's two Chesterfield chairs, a flat screen TV and WiFi. The extraordinary double sized cabin bed - dubbed the nest by some of our guests - has a double height ceiling and stained glass window, thick curtains is the perfect spot to cwtch up and discuss the next day's plans. Please note entry to the bed is just from one side and if you prefer a larger bed with entry from both sides, please look at our other properties (stream side cottage & New York). The eclectic country house bathroom has an enamel bath, shower fitting over and what can only be described as a throne. We believe it was 'foraged' from the local mansion. Hand painted wallpaper and reclaimed wooden floors, with some lovely vintage and antique pieces throughout. There's a large balcony with fabulous mountain views - the perfect spot for sunning yourself and later on stargazing in this dark skies area. Or you can paint the beautiful views or write your new best seller. Wrap up in the blankets and cushions in front of a crackling fire and watch shooting stars and the Milky Way with a glass of something special. The Loft was originally converted by the previous artist owner so that she could keep an eye on her mare when she was due to foal, and there is a stained glass window in the bed overlooking the barn below. There are no longer any animals kept in the rest of the barn, so you do have it to yourselves. Our guests comment about how quiet this place is, so it's the perfect place to chill out somewhere different. Follow us on social media, Insta & FB @cambrian_escapes for more pics and info about our location.
    This is a truly special place. Expansive skies, mountains, ancient woodlands, rivers, waterfalls and outstanding views. Loads of space to explore, play or just hideaway. It's a dark skies area where you can enjoy the Milky Way, planets and numerous shooting stars. Walk to the local pub. Explore the Cambrian Mountains & Brecon Beacons National Park or just soak up the atmosphere and recharge your batteries. Within 45 minutes you can be in Dylan Thomas's atmospheric Laugharne or on the beautiful beaches of Llansteffan or Cefn Sidan. The fantastic harbour towns of Aberaeron, New Quay and Tenby are less than an hour's drive. Plentiful castles and some of the most famous of Wales' gardens are just a short drive away. There are plenty of local festivals all year round and lots of great places to eat and to buy some of the great food that is produced in Carmarthenshire.
  • A beautiful place to stay - Tanya sent very clear instructions on how to find the place with tips on the local area. She greeted us despite arriving late into the night and we were welcomed with the most delicious homemade welsh cakes! Such a treat. Perfectly remote, snug and very considerate Hosts. Thanks so much for making the weekend so easy and relaxing. Would highly recommend.

    Sarah2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful location, very peaceful and wonderful hosts. Lots of lovely and interesting places to visit.

    Carys2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Thanks so much for this weekend. You couldn't control the weather but you both went above and beyond to make us feel welcome and accommodated for. Loved being able to read about the history of The Retreat, its setting was idyllic. The first night dried up and Duncan kindly lit the outdoor wood burner for us. We sat and enjoyed the most delicious home made carrot cake and a bottle of complementary prosecco, while toasty by the fire. They really thought of everything. Candles by the bath and bath salts, towels, blankets galore, extensive info about walks in the area. WIFI included and worked well. We managed to go on a walk on our last day and see the beautiful waterfalls just a short walk away. Spectacular views from the top of the mountain too! The Retreat itself had a wonderful arts and crafts feel to it. So cosy! Couldn't have asked for better hosts or accommodation. Even today when the weather forecast flooding and sleet, they so very kindly offered to let us stay another night if it was too treacherous to drive back. We did decide to brave it. Sadly we missed you when we left as I think you had nipped out, but thank you so much! Now, sadly, off back to Nottinghamshire!

    Nicola2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Very relaxing, cosy, clean, well decorated, strongly recommend it!

    Valentin2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Tanya and Duncan’s place was so lovely, a gorgeous space to relax with lots of walks to enjoy nearby!

    Emily2020-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed staying at the reading room. Super cosy and very quite. The walls from the bnb are beautiful and it is a great location to visit even in the winter.

    Lucy2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • This is such an amazing place in a really beautiful area. The space is cosy and beautiful. We just wished we could have stayed longer.

    Howard2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Tanya and Duncan's place was the perfect stay in Wales! Lovely touches throughout. Would definitely come again! Thank you!

    Lian2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Gorgeous renovated spacious stone stable cottage, one of 5 arranged around the old stable yard, set on our idyllic farm. Visit Wales 4*. Indoor hot tub for 8 available to each cottage in turn. Walking and cycling from the door. Opens onto patio. Lawned garden, BBQ. Well-behaved dogs welcome by arrangement. Can be booked on it's own to sleep 6- or with Hobby sleeping 11 (interconnecting).
    Peregrine Stable Cottage is set on Cynghordy Estate, run by our family for 100 years, in idyllic hill country. Opens into the lawned garden, viewing up the valley, with a gravel car park. One of 5 cottages set in lawned gardens: each is private so ideal for any size party from 2 to 32. See our cynghordyestate website.
    Set in unspoilt Carmarthenshire in wooded hill country- the garden of Wales. Discover Llyn Brianne Dam, Crychan and Cwm Rhaedr forests, wonderful castles, caves and gardens. Shops and restaurants available in Llandovery. Near Llanwrtyd Wells, home of bog snorkelling and Man v Horse.
  • What a amazing stay we had, amazing views!! Can’t wait to return!

    Ceri2018-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • You can expect a very clean, comfortable and surprisingly spacious home in a very peaceful setting .

    Gill2018-10-11T00:00:00Z
  • We had a brilliant time staying at Peregrine cottage! The cottage was really comfortable and clean, and perfect for all my family members (spanning the ages of 9 months up to 81 years old). The cottage had everything we needed for our stay, and the hot tub was a really nice extra perk. Lucy and John were really friendly and helpful hosts too, arranging high chairs and travel cots for my nephews which was a great help for my sister. I would definitely recommend staying here!

    Alice2018-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • Outstanding cleanliness and friendly

    Debbie2018-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Peaceful location with the accommodation being clean and comfortable.

    Catrin2018-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • An outstanding place, with plenty of space. Easy to find and amazing hosts. The scenery is to die for and the hot tub is a wonderful extra

    Danielle2018-05-13T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage with great facilities and a perfect location with great hosts!

    Seb2018-04-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely clean and spacious conversion. Well situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. Llandovery is a lovely sleepy town with a great CoOp and a fabulous bakery is in the centre of town. We had some great days out - plenty of choice of walks and returning back to enjoy the hot tub was a bonus. Excellent and highly recommended for a relaxing "get away from it all" break!

    Jan2017-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Cynghordy, United Kingdom

    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. A more recent addition to the farm is a traditional log cabin. Tucked away it affords privacy and fantastic views of the valley. Gilfach is just north of the Brecon Beacons national park and nestling in the folds of the hills. The Cabin has everything you need to enjoy tranquillity and rest.
    The Cabin benefits from all modern comforts to make it a warm and cosy place to snuggle into whatever the weather. The shower room has an electric shower. There is a double bedroom and separate bedroom with full sized bunk beds. There is Freeview TV and WiFi. The double doors in the lounge area open out onto a spacious decking. Gilfach is a traditional Welsh hill farm. There are sixty acres of pasture, ancient woodland, larch plantation and rough bracken and wetland meadows. It is home five British White cows and five horses. Guests are welcome to explore the farm and beyond along the rights of way leading from Gilfach’s land. There are wonderful views of Pen-y-Fan from the top of the farm and a stream flowing along the lower border, there is a mass flora and fauna to see with red kites and buzzards circling up and down the valley. The area’s Dark Sky status and the lack of light pollution makes Gilfach ideal for great stargazing.
    Gilfach is on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National park. This is a wild and dramatic landscape with steeped with fascinating geology and history. There are hills to climb, ridges to stride along and lakes to swim in. Castles to explore, beautiful gardens to visit, and rivers for canoeing and fishing. There are the show caves at Dan Yr Ogof and the famous waterfalls at Ysradfellte. There is mountain railway and industrial heritage still visible in the landscape and preserved in the Big Pit Coal Museum at Blaenavon. Easily within reach for a day trip, you can enjoy the world-renowned beeches of the Gower peninsula or even head to Pendine Sands (famous for land speed records) and further afield to Tendby and Pembroke. The farm is twenty mins drive from Brecon where there are supermarkets, high street shopping, a cathedral and museums and leisure centre. In the opposite direction it is only slightly further to Llandovery – or for the nearest city it’s a fifty min drive to Swansea. The villages of Sennybridge, Defynnog and Trecastle are all just a few minutes from the farm. All have great places to eat and there is a very good fish and chip shop, a garage with café that serves a really good breakfast.
  • We had a wonderful, short stay at Hugh's cabin with our 2 girls aged 2 and 4 and our 2 mini sausage dogs. The property was extremely well insulated, clean and cosy. We had an excellent time away from London life and will be returning again for sure. Thank you Hugh.

    Victoria2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely location and nice for our children to roam around the farm. We had very good weather, saw many stars and had amazing walks in the area. I would definitely recommend the cabin.

    Christine2019-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay in the cabin. The views were spectacular and it really felt like a secret hide away. Our daughters loved playing in the nearby stream and meeting Oscar. We very much hope to return in the future.

    Heather2019-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • Hugh’s lodge is a really amazing place to stay , we went with 3 children who absolutly loved the farm and loved seeing Hugh’s dog Oscar and the views are spectacular . Also Hugh is a great host . We will definitely be returning soon . Thanks Hugh

    Carley2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful little place, truly secluded!

    Damian2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful, peaceful and relaxing location. Lots to do in the area. We will return.

    Andy2019-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful, cosy cabin. Surprisingly private corner on a working farm. Views were amazing. Everything we needed and brilliant location. Surrounded in amazing caves and landscapes to explore. We have a one-year old and he absolutely loved it too.

    Katie2019-05-25T00:00:00Z
  • My wife, 5yr old son and 2yr old daughter and I just spent 4 nights in the Tucked Away Log Cabin, and we all had a fantastic time. Everything you might need is in the cabin, it's warm, comfortable and in a great location. We'd have loved to have been able to sit on the decking to eat but it was just a bit too nippy for that being early April, but anyone staying in warmer times are bound to love it out there. Special mention to Oscar, the very friendly resident doggy. 1st eve I was there I took a walk around the area to a stream at the bottom of the hill and he joined me for a stroll, I appreciated the company. All in all, I really recommend staying at one of Hugh's places on his farm, he's very helpful and friendly and you're bound to have a great time.

    Rob2019-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Sennybridge, Brecon, Wales, United Kingdom

    Gorgeous renovated spacious stone stable cottage, one of 5 arranged around the old stable yard set on our idyllic working farm. Visit Wales 4*. Adjacent indoor hot tub for 8 available to each cottage in turn. Perfect for relaxing or walking and cycling from the door. Well-behaved dogs welcome by arrangement. Can be booked on it's own sleeping 5- or with Peregrine to sleep 11 (interconnecting).
    Hobby is set on Cynghordy Estate, run by our family for 100 years, in idyllic hill country. Opens onto the gravelled stable courtyard. One of 5 cottages set in lawned gardens: each is private so ideal for any size party from 2 to 32. See our cynghordyestate website.
    Set in unspoilt Carmarthenshire in wooded hill country- the garden of Wales. Discover wonderful castles, caves and gardens. Shops and restaurants available in Llandovery. Near Llanwrtyd Wells, home of bog snorkelling and Man v Horse.
  • Lovely space, ideal for families.

    Robyn2018-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • Hobby Cottage is a delightful place to stay with spectacular surroundings and was well stocked and spotless when we arrived. The cottage is located close to a nearby town which had the local pubs, restaurants and supermarket, but far enough away that you could really enjoy the peace and quiet of the Welsh hills. And, of course, having the hot tub next door was the perfect way to end a day after a long walk. John and Lucy are lovely, accommodating hosts and reply quickly to emails and, when there, are nearby if you have any questions or need any help.

    Taya2018-03-26T00:00:00Z
  • Johns communication for our stay was amazing, we bought our dog which the house was very suited to as there is no carpet downstairs. The whole place was spacious, warm, well equipped and clean. We used the hot tub on our second day which was well managed and well looked after. We had a very relaxing stay overall and really enjoyed it.

    Sashka2018-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • We loved staying in the converted barn, Hobby was like a 3 bedroom house with all of the comforts, and a lovely tranquil setting and some special touches that we really appreciated

    Carol2017-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • John and Lucy were very welcoming hosts. The house is spacious, well equipped and comfortable. Loved the hot tub. Fantastic area - will be back :)

    Helen 2016-06-05T00:00:00Z
  • A delightful stay at Hobby Stable! The cottage was impeccably clean, spacious and comfortable. On arrival we were greeted with a delicious cake and fresh flowers, a lovely touch! We would definitely recommend these cottages to others and greatly enjoyed our stay! Thank you.

    Rhian2016-05-23T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Cynghordy, United Kingdom

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