With beautiful views of the Black mountains and Brecon Beacons, this former barn is on a working farm in a very pleasant location four miles north of Brecon.
Converted to a high standard, it has four bedrooms - a double and twin - and a shower room on the ground floor and, upstairs; an open plan kitchen/diner/lounge, leading to a room with two single beds and an adjacent double bedroom with superking zip and link bed (converts to two singles) and en suite shower room.
Facilities include: television, microwave, oil-fired central heating, electric fire.
and a games room with a FREE pool table. A washing machine and tumble dryer are also provided. Children are welcome on the farm and there is a garden with barbecue and picnic benches.
Cefncoedbach cottages can be rented separately or together to accomodate up to 12 guests. Large groups welcome.
Their location is ideal for those who enjoy the 'great outdoors' with fantastic views and plenty of local activities and attractions to enjoy - all amongst the beautiful countryside of the Brecon Beacons.
COARSE FISHING is available on the farm. FREE for guests, (best fish caught todate 14lb).
For those who want to escape the duties of cooking there are a good selection of country pubs offering good home cooked food using local produce.
The properties make the perfect base for a holiday in the Brecon Beacons whether you want to explore the area or simply relax, this is the ideal place. Ask for a quote for best price.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 en suite and 1 shower room|
|Nearest beach||1 hours drive|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, Pool or snooker table, Games room, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (2), Single Beds (4), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair available|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ, Private fishing lake or river|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
This is a beautiful part of Wales, with traditional market towns, stunning landscape, canal paths, castles and plenty of family attractions. The scenery here is both beautiful and diverse - rolling countryside and valleys, wide open spaces to the wild beauty of the waterfalls and caves.The landscape of the Brecon Beacons is dominated by farmland. Whether as enclosed lowland pastures or the wide open moors and heaths of the uplands, the nature of the National Park is one of agricultural production across the land.Waterfall Country is one of the most popular and beautiful areas in the National Park, attracting both visitors and activity groups to its steep-sided tree-lined gorges.All sorts of birds can be found here, thanks to the diversity of habitats - if you know where to look, who knows what you will see! you won't have to try too hard to see red kites wheeling overhead with their distinctive forked tail.Located right on the south-westerly edge of the National Park this area is truly one of the splendours of Wild Wales and amongst the most beautiful and popular parts of the National Park. Here the rivers Mellte, Hepste, Pyrddin and Nedd-fechan wind their way down deep, tree-lined gorges, over a series of dramatic waterfalls, before joining to form the River Neath.Brecon Beacons Park Society and Brecon Beacons National Park has become only the fifth destination in the world to be granted prestigious International Dark Sky Reserve status making it Wales' first International Dark Sky Reserve.
Brecon is a market town which is famed for its ancient Cathedral, its Georgian architecture and its Jazz Festival (held annually in August). Brecon lies in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons and is a popular holiday base which offers a range of activities and leisure facilities. The town lies on the bank of the River Usk and is the terminus of the Monmouth and Brecon Canal.There are many attractions to visit including a Norman Cathedral with its own heritage centre, two museums: the South Wales Borderers Museum, which contains memorabilia of the Regiment's defence of Rourke's Drift and the Brecknock Museum which is situated in the Town's elegant former courthouse and is packed full of fascinating exhibits.The River Usk flows through the town and the promenade along the Usk is an ideal area for a gentle stroll, you can even enjoy boating on the river. New additions to the town are Bethel Square Shopping Centre and Theatre Brycheiniog.The National Park is full of wonderful places for you and the family to enjoy the wonders of nature.There are a huge number of things going on throughout the year, ranging from the internationally known Brecon Jazz or Hay Literature Festival to open days, walks and activitiesTo the east lie the Black Mountains, with a high point of 811 metres at Waun Fach. They also form a natural border with Herefordshire, in England.The Central Beacons dominate the skyline to the south of the town of Brecon and rise to 886 metres at Pen y Fan, the highest point in southern Britain.Further west lies the sandstone massif of Fforest Fawr, comprising a series of hills known as 'Fans', with Fan Fawr being the highest point at 734 metres. Water rushing southwards from this area has formed steep river valleys with spectacular waterfalls.