Lounge with woodburner
View towards the property
Relax in front of the woodburner
Try a new recipe
Decked area at the rear of the property
Enjoy the views
Twin bedroom
Enjoy the view
Twin bedroom
Enjoy the views
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Kingfisher Cottage At Llangors,

Brecon (6mls E), Brecon Beacons

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people Sleeps 4
hotel Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 3
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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The property with thick walls and a traditional stone roof is attached to the owner’s home yet your privacy is respected at all times. It is close to a big lake for all things wild and watery, as well as huge surrounding mountains and awe inspiring landscapes.

Centrally located, with Brecon within 7 miles, gorgeous Hay-on-Wye, the famous book town is within 15 minutes, Crickhowell and Abergavenny are both easily accessible too. Beautiful Black Mountain peaks right from the door, there are numerous trails and circular routes for all levels of fitness. The is lots to do without the need of getting in the car, from exciting zip wires & high ropes for older children, indoor climbing & pony trekking, sailing and water-skiing available on the lake, perfect for an adventurous & relatively car free holiday.

The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 1 king-size with en-suite WC and 1 twin. Bathroom: with shower over bath and WC. Shower room: with shower and WC, on the ground floor. Lounge/diner: with woodburner (first basket of logs included), TV and DVD. Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge. Outside: enclosed garden to the front with seating and views over the stream at the rear. Amenities: private off-road parking. Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 1 dogs welcome. Additional info: home baked treats on arrival. Secure storage for bikes. Location: pubs and shops within walking distance. Arrival: 4pm

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

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WALK THE HILLS: Beautiful Black Mountain peaks right from the door, there are numerous trails and circular routes for all levels of fitness. The peaks of the Beacons are in clear sight and easy reach too, offering challenging trails, as well as South Wales largest peak, PenyFan which is well worth a walk!

TOUR THE TOWNS: Centrally located, with Brecon within 7 miles, gorgeous Hay on Wye, the famous book town within 15 minutes and cute Crickhowell and foodie haven, Abergavenny both easily accessible too.

EATING & DRINKING: There are two good village pubs within just 5 mins walking distance. The Felin Fach, one of Wales top dining pubs is within 15 minutes, Michel Roux Jr's favourite Welsh restaurant, The Hardwick is in Abergavenny, or for something special try Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn. St John's in Hay is the latest great find & The River Cafe in Glasbury...all in all, plenty of great places to eat whatever the budget!

PEDAL THE HILLS: Mike's a keen MTB cyclist who will gladly point you in the right direction for an adventurous day in the Brecon Beacons, or talk to the friendly chaps at Drovers Cycles, who will deliver bikes to the door, suggest some routes and pick the bikes up & sort out the mud at the end of your stay! Subtrans routes in the area too, are a joy for road cyclists too, and for family friendly pedalling, the Brecon & Monmouth Canal is joyously flat with plenty of refreshments stops en-route.

FAMILY FRIENDLY FUN: Lots to be found without the need of getting in the car, from exciting zip wires & high ropes for older children, indoor climbing & pony trekking, sailing and waterskiing available on the lake - perfect for an adventurous & relatively car free holiday. MORE INSPIRATION: Have a peek at the Sugar & Loaf, Things to Do Pages for more great ideas and things to do throughout your stay.

SLEEPS 2 - 4: Two pretty bedrooms; En-suite king-size master bedroom, plus a twin bedroom. Bedding, towels and haridryer included.

PUT YOUR FEET UP : Cosy living room, full central heating, log burning stove with a basket of logs & kindling on arrival, deeply comfortable sofa and two large armchairs. Heaps of books, local leaflets, games, wi-fi, dvd player, tv and audio dock.

RUSTLE UP SOME FOOD: Family dining table, well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer space available. Homebaked treats on arrival (add a note in the comments box when booking for any food intolerances), basics included coffee, tea, sugar, washing up liquid etc.

CLEAN & TIDY: Three loos! An upstairs family bathroom, with bath, overhead shower, basin and loo. Master bedroom en-suite with basin and loo. Downstairs shower room with loo. Washing machine, drying racks, iron & board, bike storage available (owner Mike is a handy bike mechanic too, very handy)!

BABIES:  1 baby strictly under 1 year old is very welcome here, there is a cot & highchair available too.

PET FRIENDLY: One well behaved dog is welcome to stay, drying off towels are available if needed.

JUST SO YOU KNOW: Kingfisher Cottage is attached to the owners larger property, your privacy is respected at all times and the owners are very happy to help should you need them.


Lounge with woodburner
View towards the property
Relax in front of the woodburner
Try a new recipe
Decked area at the rear of the property
Enjoy the views
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Callum, 1st March 2019

A wonderful cottage in a superb location. Our hosts were so welcoming and providing us with some invaluable local knowledge and ideas for places to visit, to ensure we made the most of our weekend. We could have also very happily sat by the beautiful stream out the back and had as equally a great weekend.

Tom , 30th November 2018

Beautiful cottage, so cosy and every little detail has been thought of. Truly superb location. I would highly recommend staying here.

Neil, 19th November 2018

Immaculately presented cottage, nicely placed for mountains and visiting towns, such as Hay-on-Wye. A good size, comfy beds, warm and with lot fire. up to date kitchen. Views of stream and fields very quiet.

Edmund, 26th October 2018

A warm and cosy cottage that is spotlessly clean and tidy. The owners welcome you in by leaving things like cookies, milk, tea bags and coffee. This cottage is highly recommended!

Rachel, 19th October 2018

Fabulous cottage in a lovely area.

Philip, 7th September 2018

Very nice cottage with all comfort that you can imagine. Fantastic place to stay. Very friendly owners who are very supportive with everything. We absolutely loved to stay here and will certainly come back.

Kris, 24th August 2018

A great choice if you have teenagers as you can mix up walking in the Beacons and Black mountains with boating and canoeing on the lake, horse riding and using the indoor rock climbing and caving facility - all within walking distance of the gorgeous, well equipped cottage. A wonderful holiday and a beautiful place.

Jo, 17th August 2018

This is our second visit and won't be our last. A beautiful comfortable cottage in a super location and everything you need. The finishing touches make this a five star + favourite of ours.

Lynne, 10th August 2018

Stayed with three friends and we all agreed this was the perfect weekend cottage. The welcome was friendly, a homemade sponge and BlackBerry jam were extra special touches. The cottage was spotless and the theme of pastels ran through all rooms. The bedding felt expensive, beds more than comfortable, towels fluffy and smelled wonderful. Our hosts MRead moreike and Liz gave advice and help with a flat tyre but never bothered us. The pub is at the top of the drive and Llangors Lake a short walk away.Bliss Hide

Steve, 30th July 2018

Fantastic cottage, excellent location, friendly owners. The photos really don't do it justice, a real gem

Alicia, 29th June 2018

Had a great weekend at the cottage. Host's were friendly and knowledgeable, also very accommodating. The house is taken care of extremely well and you can tell it is a labour of love. Would highly recommend a stay!

Jo, 15th June 2018

The cottage was perfect for us, every little detail had been thought through. A bottle of milk and butter in the fridge beautiful hand made cakes and a loaf, even a dog chew and poo bags for Ziggy, extra fat balls to feed the birds. A beautifully decorated, immaculately clean cottage with an exquisite garden in a breathtaking location. We returned Read morehome and re-booked it. Hide

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