Aber Llech Coach House is a little piece of heaven in glorious surroundings of the Brecon Beacons, Aber Llech is a 17th century converted coach house that sleeps 2 set in 60 acres of peaceful, wildlife-laden land. With the use of a superb HARD TENNIS COURT with glorious panoramic views and the outdoor hot Spa pool shared with the owners, and surrounded by a small farm with some fabulous 17th century buildings, Aber Llech has plenty to keep visitors occupied. There is a fantastic local pub within walking distance and plenty of good fishing in the area - it's all on your doorstep when you stay at Aber Llech Coach House.
The ground floor of the coach house has a gallery-style kitchen with an electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, coffee maker, and plenty of work and storage space. There are laundry facilities available via a shared utility room.
Up the flight of stairs to a bright and spacious sitting room with some lovely pieces of antique furniture, dining table and chairs and panoramic views across the valley of fields, woods and rolling hills. The sitting room has a TV and DVD player and a door out on to a terrace with garden furniture - the perfect place for your morning coffee.
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Idyllic location with extensive grounds
Make sure you pack your wellies because you could happily spend all holiday exploring the farm on which Aber Llech sits. There are free-range chickens, a pig, sheep and cattle and an incredible range of 17th century barns including one with a listed stone columbarium (dovecote). Leave some time free for a game of tennis on the fantastic hard court - you'll need to concentrate though, the views from the court are spectacular. The owners also have a spa pool on site - check with them before spending an evening sat in the pool with a drink watching the sunset over the valley.
Keen fishermen - look no further
The owner of Aber Llech is a very keen fisherman and has access to several good fishing beats. Pack your equipment and speak to the owner to arrange a day out fishing for brown trout, sea trout or salmon on the rivers Usk, Wye and tributaries, Towy and Cothi.
Horses welcome, or use the local riding centre
If you own a horse then this is definitely the cottage for you. Grazing can be arranged with the owner and the area has a great many bridleways criss-crossing the local countryside. There are also some very good riding or trekking centres available locally.
A great local pub on your doorstep
The Shoemakers Arms is located within walking distance. It serves wonderful home cooked meals and is the heart of the small village of Pentre Bach. Having been closed for 2 years the pub was bought by the local community in 2000, and after extensive refurbishment was opened again in 2001. Eileen and Richard now run the pub on behalf of the community and offer great food and ales. Spend the evening propping up the bar, gossiping with the locals or enjoy the beer garden in summer.
Sennybridge 3 miles, Llandovery 12 miles, Brecon 13 miles,
Book your restful break at Aber Llech online or, alternatively you can book by calling our office on 01874 676446.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for:
Elizabeth, Sophie, Lucy or Ann
The cottage was absolutely wonderful a breath of fresh air, we would love to stay there again. The owners were really nice and they also left you alone. Something that irked me on a trip to Scotland a couple of years ago. Was encouraged to look around the farm and feed the pig (I want one now). Even the chickens were fun. There was a bottle of wine in the fridge and milk and fresh eggs. Will recommend this to a couple or as a chance to get away from it all. Thanks also for your fantastic service.-