Perfect for couples and families who want to experience the real Wales inside and out with the appeal of a traditional 17th century Welsh stone cottage sympathetically renovated. Wood burning stove, oak beams, wifi, flat-screen TV and ipod docking station. Furnished with authenticity, comfort and modern practicality in mind.
- Independently owned and sucessfully run with many returning visitors
- Traditional Welsh stone coaching cottage dating from 1750
- Experience the ‘real Wales’ inside and out
- Wifi, flat-screen TV and ipod docking station
- Private enclosed garden with verandah
- Local traditional inn with restaurant
- Village footpaths, forestry trails, reservoir and mountain range walks
- Beautiful towns, walks and activities in every direction for children and families
Whether you are looking for a winter retreat to relax in front of the wood burner in an authentic Welsh cottage or a perfect bolthole to return to after walking the hills, this cottage has everything to give you that real Wales feeling.
Coachingmans is a beautifully spacious and bright cottage with two bedrooms. One double and super king or twin bedroom and 1 twin or superking bed, boasting thick stone walls, latch doors, ceiling beams and quarry tiled entrance, thoughtfully renovated and furnished to enhance its original features, with a dash of contemporary comfort.
Coachingmans is perfectly placed in the village with the Castle Coaching Inn nearby to enjoy a well earned pint after a hearty walk, catering for both bar and restaurant meals.
Coachingmans has a private enclosed garden with veranda leading directly from the kitchen. Enjoy a barbecue or a glass or wine on the veranda, watching the red kites flying above the chapel eaves.
Trecastle village has a popular village Antiques Centre and is a wonderful way to browse away an afternoon.
Trecastle is 15 miles between Brecon and Llandovery market towns, set in the Brecon Beacons national park with local and mountain range walks on your door step, taking you into Forestry trails, waterfall and reservoir circulars and breath taking remote mountain range hikes. Perfectly placed for visiting other local market towns and neighbouring villages with quirky tea rooms and beautiful churches.
Some of Many Visitor Comments
WOW. What a lovely cottage. Beautifully decorated with all the mod cons and had everything and more. Jane was charming (thank you).
We had the best break here. The cottage is absolutely beautiful. The nicest and most homely we have stayed in. Everything was spotless and having DVDs, board games and books made it a lot of fun.
Well just about everyone has said what a charming and welcoming cottage this is and we are in complete agreement. Very well equipped, comfortable and warm… what a fun packed week even in January.
Thank you Jane for all the little touches, goodies. A fabulous cottage and one negative comment in a visitors book full of superlatives says it all – great place to stay.
Thanks for providing us with such a wonderful cottage. The pics don’t do it justice. It really has every home comfort and a delight to return to after a long day of walking.
Our first holiday with a baby. The cottage is beautiful. It’s twice the size we were expecting so a very pleasant surprise. You have really tastefully renovated and decorated it and a great mix of old and new.
Your beautiful historical cottage with all its added little touches, made us feel so warm and comfortable.
Quarry tiled entrance to open plan lounge and dining area.
Huge lounge with oak beams, fireplace with wood burning stove. Large comfy sofa and chair. Freesat flat screen TV and ipod docking.
Country cream cottage style fitted kitchen, light and spacious with halogen hob cooker, microwave, and washing machine.
Deluxe bedroom with kingsize or twin bed option. Second bedroom with double bed. Furnished and decorated to create a warm, comfortable and relaxing space.
Bathroom with hillside view with white bathroom suite with over bath shower.
Enclosed private yard with veranda and flagstone floor and partial hillside views. Enjoy an evening on the veranda with a barbecue and watch the house martins nest in the chapel eaves or the red kites flying above.
Spectacular mountain range walks. A perfect base for mountain and hill walking, cycling, visiting market towns and neighbouring villages.
Sennybridge and Dyfynnog villages are approximately 3 miles from Trecastle with newsagents, petrol stations, cafes, tea rooms and numerous pubs. The market towns of Llandovery and Brecon are approximately 15 miles from Trecastle.
Weekend breaks low season. 3 night short breaks all year. Flexible booking days through the week to suit you.
Arrival anytime after 3pm and leaving 10am.
Up to 2 well behaved dogs are very welcome.
Public road parking opposite the cottage.
Trecastle has a host of village walks either taking you straight out into the hills or back roads to neighbouring villages. 5 miles takes you to the remote and challenging Black Mountains with stunning views, lakes, reservoirs and rivers. Also the Usk Reservoir for a peaceful circular walk. The Roman road from Trecastle, remote with views for miles across the Usk Reservoir and Black Mountains. Most walks would suit cycling and dog walking and definitely a picnic.
Coachingmans has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Crisp cotton sheets and big fluffy towels. Some small delights to welcome you. Bin bags, tea towels, loo roll, scourers, washing up liquid and of course, all your heat and light.
Complimentary basket of wood.
Travel cot, highchair and toys if your baby or toddler comes too.