Holiday Home near Brecon Beacons and Gower Coast
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 5 Home 535711
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 5
Lothlorien Cottage is a Visit Wales 4 + Star Graded holiday home,ideally located for exploring the Brecon beacons,
The Gower,Camarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.We are currently offering a
20% early booking discount on 2016 bookings which is included in the marked prices until the end of November.and Winter Warmer prices.
Lothlorien is a mere 5 miles from Ammanford 4.9 miles from Pontadawe,30 mins from Swansea and The Gower ,30 minutes from the peak of The Black mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park.and 9 miles from the M4.
.We offer both a seaside and mountain holiday,lovely in all seasons and great value with both early and late booking discounts.
It very comfortably sleeps five people with three bedrooms including a Double Room, a Twin Room and a Single room.
Family Friendly and Pet Friendly Cottage also benefits from Free Wi-Fi ,Luxuriously soft Egyptian Cotton Towels and bedding and beautiful views over the foothills of the Beacons
There is also a Babycot and high chair available for additional tiny guests
It has an open plan living room with TV,DVD and CD player with a selection of music and a small library of holiday reading
.The Kitchen/Dining area is fully equipped with all you need for a home from home including fridge freezer, microwave, oven and hob,washing machine, spindryer
.It has a lovely granite floor and views over the hills.
.The spacious bathroom has a romantic roll top bath with overhead shower and comfy window seat with a mountain view.
Lothlorien Cottage .lies in the Foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park,close to the Black Mountain , a mere 35 minutes from The Gower Peninsular and its beautiful beaches,
It offers Guests any combination of mountain and seaside activity or complete relaxation with the spectacular Gower and Pembrokeshire beaches and Quaint Brecon Market towns and their eclectic boutique shops.
.Award winning family adventure parks such as Dan yr Ogof and Folly farm lie close by...
The Award winning LC Waterpark is twenty minutes away in Swansea
For those who are adventurous there are mountain biking and Waterfall walking trails in the nearby Afan Forest ,Vale of Neath and Brecon Beacons
For those who prefer a more leisurely pace, there are beautiful walks around the cottage with a wetlands reserve and Mount Cawdor lying at the rearf If youlove to shop and browse you will love Brecon, Swansea and The Mumbles, Llanelli , Neath or Camarthen and the lovely local craft shops,
Food and Craft festivals are a must since the seafood of The Gower and Pembrokeshire Coast is world renowned
Swansea Bay and marina boasts a cosmopolitan nightlife and great restuarants
Beach loving guests will be enchanted by award winning Caswell and Rhossili Bay or Gower,s Gourmet Delights.
Lothlorien Cottage lies on the crossroads of four areas of oustanding natural beauty.Within 30 minutes in all directions you are gazing over the Brecon Beacons or drinking in the sea air of the Mumbles and the Gower Peninsula
The Epic and Romantic Castles of Camarthenshire are twenty minutes away to the north of Lothlorien Cottage whilst the Hauntingly Beautiful Vale of Neath and its Waterfalls lies close by to the South.
Go slightly farther afield and you will reach The Boathouse of Dylan Thomas at Laugharne and a further stroll takes you to Saundersfoot Beach and the delights of the Pemrokeshire coast.
This is wine country with award winning vineyards and distilleries such as Cwm Deri and Penderyn
Dont miss the Epicurian Delights of The Gower such as salt marsh lamb and pickled samphire.The Cottage Brownies and many more delights await at Gower Wildflowers Tearoom and Local Produce Shop
.You will need sustenance after browsing the quaint pastel coloured Mumbles craft shops.
As a warm welcome we provide a bottle of wine ,local Welsh cake and Welsh marmalade.There is also a permanently stocked sweetie jar for children and adults alike
.For Short Break Prices of more than 3 nights please make an Enquiry
"We have had the best time!.The cottage was perfect.Every need catered for.
We will be back,there is so much more to see and do.Thanks to both of you.
Teresa and Amy Frazer
"The Welsh anthem has a line that says "we will keep a welcome in the hillsides." and this is so true of Lothlorien Cottage.We enjoyed our stay here
very much and hope it wont be too long before returning again."
Brian and Jenny Evans
"Its been a lovely stay in your cosy warm cottage for a further week.We have enjoyed beautiful weather and great walks on The Beacons.We have taken some good photos of sunsets from the mountain tops.Thank you again for allowing Millie our dog to stay and Thank you to Caron.Best Wishes
Ernie and Margaret.Lawrence
"Once again we have had a wonderful stay,thank you so much for having us
stay again and to Caron for her hard work..We adore this cottage,we all relax
as soon as we arrive.The weather has been a bit unsettled but we found lots
of things to do.The thought of returning to this beautiful cottage is truly
wonderful and we will be coming back whenever possible.Thank you for the
lovely welcome pack."
Griffiths Family and Poppy the dog.
"My family and I have had a truly wonderous week in lothlorien cottage.The
surrounding area is breathtakingly beautiful,Carreg Cennen Castle is a must!.with its secret tunnel..........The waterfall walk at Melincourt was a delight,most impressive and bigger than I had imagined.Swansea was a vibrant city where you could spend a whole day walking,biking and taking in the view.....The Black mountain is a 10 minute drive with wildlife,flora and fauna
of all kinds.The Gower lived up to all expectations.....The light was ethereal
and felt like a different dimension.The beaches were unrivalled for freedom and escape!..." . We will be sorry to go home . Thank You for sharing your lovely cottage with us and would love to come back one day. Many Thanks, All the Best
Mckenzie Family and Sydney the terrier
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Swansea Bay 22 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||150 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Swansea or Cardiff, Nearest railway: Ammanford|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Brecon Beacons and Vale of Neath is world renowned for its breathtaking scenery and unspoilt lanscapes and the clarity of the Milky Way at night
.The Gower was designated as the first area of outstanding natural beauty.
The Brecons have been awarded the status as an International Dark Sky Reserve, one of very few in the world.
The Castles of Camarthenshire have been voted one of the top ten Romantic Getaway Destinations with their Mystical Charm.
Finally we also have Rhossili Bay ,the Best Beach in the U.K
The Gower plays host to year long music Festivals including Early Music and Celtic Festivals.
At LLandeilo and Brecon quaint and interesting market towns, we have the world renowned Jazz Festivals and Festival of the Senses.You can visit the best viewpoints in the National Park alongside historical places of interest.
The city of Swansea itself benefits from the regeneration of Swansea Bay with its marina and cosmopolitan nightlife and
restaurants which provide a modern gateway to the natural charms of the Mumbles and the Gorgeous Gower Coastline
The Village of Cwm Gors is 4.9 miles from Pontardawe and Ammanford which are the nearest towns to Lothlorien
.Both towns have the usual high street chain stores and supermarkets and you can book grocery delivery
The village of Cwm Gors has all the necessary amenities with a G.P ,Dental surgery, Pharmacy , local shops and small supermarket with ATM machines
.It lies at the base of the Black Mountain on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons
.Swansea Bay and Neath lie 20minutes away if you prefer to be close to a large town or city.
Llandeilo is also 30 minutes away in the Brecon beacons.Larger Market towns such as Llanelli or Camarthen are 40 mins away.
Whether you prefer wild rural lanscapes and unspoilt beaches or quaint pastel coloured market towns and villages,this area has it all
.There are direct road links from the cottage to Swansea , The Gower , The Brecons , Camarthen castles and Pembrokeshire Coast
Lothlorien Cottage is 9 miles from the M4 Motorway
Some attractions of the area
Gorgeous Gower Beaches
Spectacular Brecon Beacons
Sophisticated Swansea Nightlife and Marina
Waterfall Country (spectacular waterfalls of the Vale of neath)
The Afan Forest
Family Adventure Theme Parks
National Show Caves Center: voted Britain's finest Natural Wonder, and Europe's largest Dinosaur Park, about half an hours drive.(Dan yr Ogof Dinosaur Park)
Oakwood Adventure Park
Folly Farm Adventure theme Park
Annas Welsh Zoo.
Cefn Sidan Beach and the Pembrokeshire Coast
Afan Forest Mountain Biking Centre
Gower coast Beaches Bays and Coves
The Mumbles at Swansea for fine brasseries and local crafts
Walking, Hiking, Climbing:
River valley walks from cottage doorstep, Lothlorien is at the foot of the Black Mountain. Brecon Beacons National Park,
Pen y Fan (highest mountain in southern Britain) lovely coastal walking Gower, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Afan Valley, Vale of Neath etc.
Excellent cycling eg Brecon Beacons National Park, Millennium Coastal Path, Afan Forest Park, Neath Canal, Swansea Bike Path, Celtic Cycle Path/route,Taff Trail
Fishing: Very good fishing: rivers, lakes, sea, reservoirs including Usk reservoir and Game Fishing on the River Teifi (one of the major game rivers of Wales)
Parks and Gardens: (Carmarthenshire is known as the Garden of Wales) National Botanic Garden of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens, Pembrey Country Park, Afan Forest Park, Pembrey Forest, Galli Aur Country Park, Lyn Llech Owain Country Park.
Golf: closest course 2 minute drive at least 9 more within an hours drive
Steam Trains and ScenicTrain Rides : Brecon Mountain Railway, Gwili Steam Railway, Heart of the Valleys Railway - 120 scenic miles from Swansea to Shrewsbury.
Pentre Ifan Standing Stones
Wales is known as the "Land of Castles" some castles within easy reach are Carreg Cennen Castle, Craig y Nos Castle, Dinefwr Castle, Kidwelly Castle, Laugharne Castle, Llansteffan Castle, Margam Castle, Oystermouth (in the Mumbles), Bovehill Castle (also known as Landimore Castle), Oxwich Castle, Pennard Castle, Penrice Castle and Weobly.
Mining history: many attractions including Blaenavon World Heritage Centre with the Big Pit National Coal Museum and Blaenavons Heritage Railway.
Dolaucothi Gold Mine, only known Roman gold mine in Britain.
And much more!
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1 Aug 2015
"Great for exploring beaches, gardens and castles!"
We had a lovely time in this very well laid out, well equipped and well organised cottage. Brilliant for exploring the Brecons and the Gower Peninsula. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales were really beautiful. Could have spent many more days exploring and discovering this new area. Gorgeous beaches and some spectacular scenery. Caron and Beverley very welcoming and helpful! My niece was especially impressed with the sweetie jar and the more mature members of the party appreciated the welcome bottle of pink stuff after a long drive!
Hello again and many thanks for your kind review.The area is still a well kept secret so I am so glad your whole family found something to enjoy.The national botanic gardens is very proud to offer fantastic events and I am glad you all enjoyed them.The sweetie jar always gets an appreciation and I am glad your neice enjoyed herself.Thank you once again.
12 Oct 2014
"Fantastic, beautiful and tranquil base for our explorations"
This cottage is gorgeous and very well equipped. It is well looked after and between Beverley and Caron you will be made to feel very welcome. Caron met us on arrival and showed us round while the children quickly raced off to fight over the bedrooms! There was a lovely welcome package of wine, chocolates and local delicacies which was greatly appreciated. We loved this cottage and used it as a base for visiting many local attractions and looked forward to coming home to it after a long day assured of a comfortable nights sleep. I would heartily recommend this cottage to anyone and we will most definitely be staying here again. Many thanks once again to Beverley and Caron x x
What a lovely comment.Thank you so much.It was an absolute pleasure to have you as guests.It would be a pleasure to have you return one day.Beverley
8 Mar 2014
"Lovely comfortable cottage"
We stayed in Lothlorien Cottage for a week and found it very comfortable with everything we needed. We thought that the bottle of wine, welsh cakes and a few other items were a lovely touch, and there were even some treats for our dog, how fab. We met with Carol on arrival who is a lovely lady and Beverly very prompt and helpful via email with the booking process. The beds are so comfortable and there is plenty of storage for all your luggage. There are some wonderful walks and great things to see from this location so long as you have a car, we definitely recommend staying here. Thank you Beverley and Carol.
Thank you Vicky for your lovely review and I am glad your little dog appreciated his holiday treats.It would be lovely to welcome you again.
26 Nov 2013
"Excellent accomodation, fantastically positioned for work and lesiure"
With work I would normally stay in Hotels, but when booking the Cottage and upon arrival I was amazed at the value. On the kitchen table was a bottle of wine and some home made marmalade, a lovely touch. The cottage is so cosy and welcoming and it was so nice to able to bring along the family within the company budget. The cottage is brilliantly located for family activities and we cannot await to return. I strongly recommend booking here for value and a pleasant stay and we are looking forward to returning in the New Year.
Thank you very much.It is a pleasure to offer an alternative to hotels for the weary business traveller
1 Aug 2013
"Visit to wales"
We had a great time in wales,the cottage is perfect and well equipped ,It was a good base to stay and visit South Wales .central to visit the gower ,Pembroke and Brecon .Thankyou for the lovely welcome pack ,the children and I really enjoyed our stay .will definitely recommend to friends and family ,hopefully we will return later on in the year
Thank you for taking the time to review the cottage.It was a great pleasure to have you as guests
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