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View towards the property from the large enclosed garden
Enjoy the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Enjoy a good book by the woodburner
Cosy cottage in the Brecon Beacons
An open-plan kitchen
Afternoon tea
Dogs are very welcome too
Enjoy a peaceful night's sleep in the double bedroom
Traditional touches
A cosy twin room
Stunning views across the countryside
The bathroom
Enjoy the larged enclosed garden
View towards the property
Nosey neighbours
The surrounding countryside
Visit nearby Hay Castle
Enjoy canoeing on the River Usk
The prefect base for both summer and winter breaks
1 / 19  View towards the property from the large enclosed garden
2 / 19  Enjoy the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
3 / 19  Enjoy a good book by the woodburner
4 / 19  Cosy cottage in the Brecon Beacons
5 / 19  An open-plan kitchen
6 / 19  Afternoon tea
7 / 19  Dogs are very welcome too
8 / 19  Enjoy a peaceful night's sleep in the double bedroom
9 / 19  Traditional touches
10 / 19  A cosy twin room
11 / 19  Stunning views across the countryside
12 / 19  The bathroom
12 / 19  The bathroom
13 / 19  Enjoy the larged enclosed garden
14 / 19  View towards the property
15 / 19  Nosey neighbours
16 / 19  The surrounding countryside
17 / 19  Visit nearby Hay Castle
18 / 19  Enjoy canoeing on the River Usk
19 / 19  The prefect base for both summer and winter breaks

The Hatchery,

Brecon (5.5mls NE), Brecon Beacons

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people Sleeps 4
hotel Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
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Well placed on the edge of the National Park within easy reach of Brecon, you could not be better placed, an absolute haven for fun seekers with access to the Brecon Beacons for walking and cycling and for the little more adventurous, rock climbing, abseiling and canoeing. Other exciting attractions nearby include Dan-yr-Ogof Caves, the National Coal Museum 'Big Pit' and The Brecon Mountain Railway. For a more peaceful day, take in one of the many towns or villages of the National Park, Hay-on-Wye famed for its weekly market and May festival, Crickhowell a small Georgian town nestled within the Usk Valley and Abergavenny a bustling market town with Roman origins considered to be the gateway to Wales and the National Park. For foodies and festival goers there’s an all year-round calendar with something to suit all tastes.

Take a minute to enjoy the views before stepping into the covered porch, the perfect place to leave your well-worn walking boots behind, before stepping into the lounge/diner, an inviting area for all that come and stay, with a warming wood burner, TV and traditional furnishings that further enhance its style. For a simple supper after a day’s exploring, step into the cottage kitchen which is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. When it’s time for bed, climb the cottage style stairs where you will find a double bedroom enjoying views across the countryside and one single bedroom with trundle mattress which can be made into a king-size on request. There is a bathroom with shower over the bath and WC on this floor.

Step outside, and enjoy the open aspect of the gardens with garden furniture and BBQ, perfect to enjoy a morning coffee or an evening glass of wine. There is off-road parking for two cars and bicycle storage available.

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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GET OUTDOORS: Well placed on the edge of the National Park within easy reach of Brecon, you could not be better located; you’ll find yourself in an absolute haven for fun seekers with access to the Brecon Beacons, perfect for walking and cycling, and for the little more adventurous, rock climbing, abseiling and canoeing.

The Dan-yr-Ogof Caves are also absolutely fascinating to explore. If you’re after a slower-paced holiday, you’ll also find yourself placed perfectly for lazy days enjoying the local waymarked paths that meander across the meadows and hillside.

The cottage is also situated within an International Dark Sky Reserve, so why not head into the wilderness and admire the wonders of the celestial sky too?

CASTLES & CULTURE: You will find yourself placed in an area steeped in history! Get exploring the Wales of many moons ago with a trip to Hay Castle, Tretower Castle or Longtown Castle to name but a few – all just a short distance from the property and an unmissable visit.

TOUR THE TOWNS: Be sure to take in one of the many towns or villages of the National Park. Hay-on-Wye famed for its weekly market and May festival, Crickhowell a small Georgian town nestled within the Usk Valley, and Abergavenny, a bustling market town with Roman origins considered to be the gateway to Wales and the National Park. For foodies and festival goers there’s an all year-round calendar with something to suit all tastes.

FINE FAYRE: What’s a holiday without popping your feet up and letting someone else do the cooking (and the dishes)?! This property finds itself surrounded by a fantastic array of eateries and traditional pubs. Just a one-mile amble will lead you to The Plough and Harrow Inn, offering a welcome meal and a refreshing drink, and The Felin Fach Griffin, a fine gastro pub priding itself on simple homecooked meals done well!

SLEEPS: There are two bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and one with a single bed which can be joined with a trundle bed to make a king-size bed on request. Bed linen is provided for your stay.

RELAXING: Electric and central heating and Wi-Fi is included for your stay. There is a wood burner in the living area and your first basket of logs is included.

COOKING & DINING: There is an electric oven and hob, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher.

KEEPING CLEAN: There is one bathroom with WC, bath and an overhead shower. Towels are provided for your stay.

OUTSIDE: The outside space boasts a charming garden with garden furniture and BBQ for use during your stay. There is also off-road parking for two cars and bicycle storage.

PETS: One dog is welcome at this property.

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View towards the property from the large enclosed garden
Enjoy the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Enjoy a good book by the woodburner
Cosy cottage in the Brecon Beacons
An open-plan kitchen
Afternoon tea
Dogs are very welcome too
Enjoy a peaceful night's sleep in the double bedroom
Traditional touches
A cosy twin room
Stunning views across the countryside
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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

Louise, 5th April 2019

A wonderfully equipped and furnished cottage with lots of period features. Great attention to detail in terms of anticipating what guests require for a comfortable stay. Cosy and warm. Great parking and a large enclosed garden for the dog. Excellent location in the countryside within 15 minutes drive to Brecon town centre. Excellent base to access Read moreactivities within the National Park. Owner was friendly and helpful when making arrangements. Would definitely recommend to couples and dog owners. Hide

Roy, 10th August 2018

Cosy cottage, second bedroom does accommodate two single beds and was OK for two late-teens. No microwave, but knew in advance so wasn't a problem. Great gastro pub Griffin at the bottom of the road, pricey but wonderful food - we thought we could walk but it's about 1.5 miles down narrow lane so not really feasible. Cottage well equipped with basiRead morecs in kitchen, wood for the (inefficient) wood burning stove, charcoal for BBQ, tablets for dishwasher etc.. Helpful owners. We'd book again. Hide

Gill, 27th July 2018

Beautiful cottage in the middle of stunning countryside.

Janet , 25th May 2018

This was great place. Very clean &comfortable, kitchen well equipped. Some lovely touches with the decor.Cottage not far from Talgarth or Brecon. Good safe garden for the dog. Would definitely recommend the hatchery.

DAVID, 11th May 2018

The location is fabulous, gardens and views especially with the dog are excellent. Cottage is very cosy and comfortable and equipment is good, although a microwave would be helpful. The cottage is not as big as it looks and not really suitable for four adults. We had a lovely time there and it is very peaceful and relaxing.

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WHERE TO FIND IT

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