Set in a peaceful location nearby Snowdonia yet ideally situated for a number of attractions and adventure activities, this rural cottage is perfect for both small families and couples.
Hot tub, heavenly views, total detatched isolation and a walk up the lane to the pub. Lovingly restored and wildly romantic in its own private acre, with pretty duck pond and rolling Welsh countryside in every direction, stunning honeymoon or anniversary retreat, or a blissful family hols.
Lovely, secluded cottage on the crest of a hill, perfect for a couple or a small family, and in a good location to explore North Wales. Close to Betws-y-Coed, the northern gateway to Snowdonia National Park.
Set within a peaceful hamlet, this beautifully restored former school house offers simple access into the Brecon Beacons, a great base for enthusiastic walkers whatever the time of year.
5 star, family friendly charm on this quiet country farm in the rural hills outside Brecon. Head out for days in the Brecon Beacons, return home for real log fires and cosy evenings in 5 star comfort.
As featured in the Times: Say hello to the friendly donkey neighbours on arrival – a wildly romantic Black Mountain getaway, perfect for young families too. Snooze in the cosy oak cabin, bathe with a view in the recycled railway carriage & drink in the views of the Black Mountains.
As featured in The Times : One of the most unique spots in the Black Mountains with a fun 4x4 available for use throughout your stay. Views for miles, private and secluded, yet you can walk to the pub. Stone walled garden perfect for pets and the Sugar Loaf Mountain at the end of the garden!
As featured in the Guardian: A treat of a retreat in a breathtaking area of Natural Beauty. Enveloped by rolling Welsh countryside as far as the eye can see, stride across the fields to the country pub, discover ancient churches hidden in the hills, or laze away a day down by the stream splashing and picnicing to your hearts content.
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