Choice of three holiday cottages in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park and just one mile for the market town of Brecon. Family owned and personally supervised on a working farm. We have something to suit all groups sizes up to 10 at our two, four and five bedroom cottages.
Families, groups for that special occasion, couples' romantic holidays. Singles welcome for friends reunions.
Short breaks available all year. Weekly lets start Friday or Monday. Long lets available for those working in the area.
Meadow View is a large 16th Century farmhouse with wood burning stove in the lounge in the old stone fireplace to enjoy those cosy nights in after a day out exploring the local exciting outdoor activities. And a large lawn for the summer nights. Five bedrooms (1 en-suite) sleeping up to 10, suitable for families with young children and babies.
Bluebell Loft first floor apartment sleeps two.
Bluebell Lodge ground floor apartment, suitable for the less mobile, sleeps two.
Bluebell Cottage has 4 bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 persons. Adults only - minimum age 16 as there is no safe enclosed outdoor space for children to play.
All cottage have an abundance of oak beams, original features and central heating, and are very well equipped with all mod cons. Comfortable beds. Plenty of private parking.
Sorry our cottages are not suitable for pets. (Hearing and blind dogs allowed).
We are very flexible with arrival days so please enquire. Short breaks are our speciality so please ask for the start day you really want. Our aim is to please and suit your requirements.
1 mile from Brecon on the outskirts of a small village llanspyddid. Easy accessible.
Perfect location for touring Wales. Walking the Brecon Beacons Mountains, Canal boat rides. Hire a bike and cycle or walk the canal foot path. Llangorse has horse riding, water sports, wall climbing,
Hay on wye just 20 min away, for canoeing, Book and antique shops.
The perfect location for mountain walking, canoeing, kayaking, caving, golf, fishing, cycling, mountain biking, touring or simply relaxing is this 16th Century traditional oak beamed farmhouse with an open fire on a family working farm with cattle and sheep. We are only a mile from the market town of Brecon in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park where a host of wildlife can be found, perfect for nature lovers with rabbits, badgers and foxes in abundance and hares playing in the fields. Bird-watchers can enjoy the many species of bird which can be found in this thriving area, including pheasant, red kite, buzzards.
An ideal location for families attending weddings in the area at venues including Brynich Barn and Peterstone Court, Penpont House, Castle Hotel, Usk and Railway Sennybridge, all within 5 to 10 minutes drive.
Builth Wells only 20 minutes drive, home of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show.
For walking and outdoor activity holidays, bikes can be hired and delivered to house.
Brecon 1 mile, farmers' produce market every second Saturday in the month.
Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show only half an hour's drive away. Vacancies for 2016.
Abergavenny, Hay-on-Wye, Llandovery, all market towns and Merthyr Tydfil with its viaduct. All within half an hour's drive.
Cardiff, capital of Wales with its beautiful castle and large shopping centre is only a 40 minute drive over the Beacons.
Seaside is within an hour's drive.
The market town of Brecon is only a mile away. You can reach this by walking with the beautiful River Usk enjoying the wildlife along the way. The river runs alongside the farm (fishing on this requires a licence from Brecon fishing). The walk will bring you out by Brecon Golf club and then into town. Another golf club nearby is Cradoc, an 18 hole course and driving range (10 minutes drive).
There are many outdoor activities within a short drive away including horse riding, rope and wall climbing, canoeing on the rivers Usk and Wye or Llangorse Lake, swimming, walking the hills and mountains, cycling bring your own bike or hire one from town.
Childrens' activities include open farms, the Brecon Mountain railway, Dan yr Ogof show caves with its dinosaurs. Oakwood leisure park.
There are numerous farm shops one only up the road Penpont Gardens. The farmers market is in Brecon usually on the second Saturday of the month other days include craft markets and food tasting.
Places to eat out
Many pubs in Brecon including The Drovers which is just over 1 mile walk away on the walk with the river in to Brecon. The White House is a country pub on the way to Sennybridge, a small village about 10 minutes' drive away. There are also Chinese and Indian restaurants, pizza take-aways, and a good fish and chip shop. For afters there is one of the best ice cream parlours in Wales with all ice cream made on site made with local fresh fruit.
We have plenty of free parking.
We are only 1 mile from Brecon Town which has lots of shops and great places to eat.
45 minutes from Cardiff.
Last updated 19 January 2019
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