Cottages just a stroll from a cosy pub holiday cottages

Cottages just a stroll from a cosy pub

If you're looking for a secluded, rural Welsh retreat but still fancy being close to the local pub, we have a stunning selection of Welsh cottages near pubs for you.

With some cottages just a stone's throw from their local watering hole and some a pleasant country walk away, our luxury cottages in Wales are perfect for the ultimate rural getaway.

Indulge in a tasty pub meal and a pint of delicious local ale at one of these revered village pubs in the Welsh countryside, before retreating to your cosy getaway for an evening in front of the fire.

The Laundry is a stunning property set in the village of Llanfrynach. In the heart of Brecon Beacons National Park below Pen-y-Fan, this romantic getaway offers exquisite detail and a five star finish. Old meets new in this unique property, with features including a 14th century castellated archway and sleek granite work surfaces in the kitchen. Local pub, The White Swan Inn , is just a short walk from the cottage. The cosy pet-friendly pub, complete with oak tables and an open fire place, offers an enticing menu. Tuck into a Welsh pork chop, accompanied by chorizo and parmentier potatoes or a trio of local sausages with mashed potato and mouth-watering gravy.

Set in the rolling grounds of the grand Huntington Court, just moments from Hay-on-Wye, it's not difficult to see why The Stable at Huntington is so special. This beautiful, rural bolthole is perfect for a laid back, romantic holiday in the Welsh Borders and can be found nestled in the pretty village of Huntington. Just a stroll from the cottage is local village pub, The Swan Inn, perfect for sampling a delicious local ale.

Tucked away in the Black Mountain village of Llangorse, Kingfisher Cottage makes the most of its spectacular surroundings. A cosy wood burner, comfy sofas and heaps of books await you in this mountain hideaway, conveniently located close to two pubs and one of Wales' top dining pubs, The Felin Fach Griffin . Its exceptional menu stretches to sumptuous seafood and tasty Welsh meats. To start, try the Helford crab or Neal's Yard goat curd, before tucking into a rib-eye of Welsh beef with polenta and parmesan fritters or slow cooked pork belly with smoked Glamorgan sausage. This highly revered restaurant is well-worth a visit on your trip to the beautiful Black Mountains. Exclusively for guests of Sugar and Loaf, the restaurant also offers a free round of local drinks with a meal.

Walk down a winding path to discover this cedar-clad hut with hot tub. Perched in a magical woodland, it has long-reaching views across fields creating a peaceful, scenic getaway for two. Perfect for anyone seeking a relaxing break in the heart of Wales' spectacular landscape, the retreat is beautifully decorated and offers a homely atmosphere. Although the cottage feels totally secluded, it's actually less than 2 miles from a choice of two delightful local pubs: The Temple Bar Inn and The Dog. The Temple Bar Inn has been licensed since the 1850s and provides a relaxed environment with a varied menu - tuck into a juicy steak with a glass of red before ending your meal with a sugary sweet white chocolate cheesecake. Meanwhile, The Dog has been open for over 500 years, offering that touch of history to your dining experience.


Set in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Sugar Loaf Barn is an idyllic retreat. The barn can be found amid the gentle slopes of the Sugar Loaf Mountain and offers a cosy, luxurious interior. With numerous walks stretching away from the cottage into the Black Mountains, this cosy getaway is perfect for exploring everything Wales has to offer. Just three miles away, explore the bustling market town of Abergavenny. While just a 20-minute walk will lead you to charming local pub, The Crown at Pantygelli . With unrivalled views over the mountains, the pub's extensive menu showcases some of Wales' finest local food. Try the locally-made venison sausages served with mashed potato and red onion gravy, or the steak and ale pie, made with beef braised in Felinfoel Stout.

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