Cwmtwrch Holiday Cottage lies within the Upper Swansea Valley on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by valleys and woods, and within short driving distance of the Gower Peninsula, the cottage is a great base for exploring the contrasting landscapes of Mid and South Wales. Lots of maps and guidebooks can be found in the cottage to help you enjoy the local area.
With three bedrooms, one a master bedroom, the others with twin beds, the cottage comfortably homes six people. The courtyard garden, with a dining table, chairs and barbecue is a beautiful place to sit out on a long summers' evening, while the living room has reclining sofas and a wood burning stove, perfect for a winters night.
A basket of wood for the fire is provided all year round, and there is Now tv with some Sky channels and wifi throughout the cottage. The kitchen has all you will need, with an induction hob, electric oven, microwave, american style fridge freezer and dishwasher.
The small village of Cwmtwrch, meaning Valley of the Wild Boar referring to a heroic legend in which King Arthur slayed a wild boar which was tyrannising the Brecon Beacons, is beautiful and has a naturally occurring spring said to have healing powers. There are also several friendly pubsneraby, including the Tredegar which is just across the road and the Aubrey Inn is five minutes away.
The neighbouring village of Ystradgynlais is three miles away, and has a supermarket and a choice of restaurants.
The proximity to the Brecon Beacons makes the area a great place for cycling and hiking holidays, and the cottage has a bike store for those who wish to explore the area in this way.
Set in the Upper Swansea Valley on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Cwmtwrch Cottage is surrounded by mountainous landscapes, and within easy reach of the Gower Peninsula.
Holiday Cottage at:
6 Heol Tredeg
Powys SA9 2XD