Come and enjoy the comfortable and homely surroundings of Cae y Rhedyn with plenty of safe parking. This attractive warm and welcoming little cottage/annexe is very conveniently situated beside the owners pleasant home within the village of Llangynidr. This s a perfect place to stay for visitors who would like to walk to the Coach and Horse or The Red Lion in the evening to eat in the village or to be able to wander down to watch the boats on the canal or to the shop for a paper in the morning. The cottage/annexe has everything you'll need whilst the area offers numerous opportunities for walking, cycling, touring and exploring Brecon, Crickhowell and Abergavenny the local towns.
Self catering accommodation
Cae y Rhedyn is well decorated with warm and attractive colours. There is a well-equipped galley-style kitchen with electric hob, combination microwave oven and fridge. The sitting room is warm and cosy with a comfortable sofa, two reclining chairs and a TV with video and DVD player. This room also has an eating area with dining table and chairs. There is a small cloakroom with a hand basin and space for coats and boots.
Bedroom 1: has a pine double bed and fitted wardrobe.
The shower room has a toilet, handbasin and a shower cubicle.
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Llangynidr, known for its 5 canal locks
Cae y Rhedyn sits in a quiet cul-de-sac in the small village of Llangynidr. This thriving little community has two good pubs, one of which, The Coach and Horses is just a couple of minutes walk away. The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal passes through five locks as it travels through this little village and is a wonderful setting from which to feed the ducks and swans or enjoy a quiet walk. Make sure that you take a boat ride to see the canal from a completely different perspective - the tow-paths provide miles of easy cycling too.
Crickhowell is a thriving market town nestled between the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons in one of the most beautiful valleys in the National Park. Visitors staying at Cae y Rhedyn are just 3 miles from the town. Explore Nicholls, the lovely department store with its range of clothes, footwear, stationary, jewellery, gifts, and home products and make sure you visit Webbs - a family run department store established in 1930. Drop into Number Eighteen - one of a number of great local coffee shops and then browse the art gallery and small boutique shops before lunching at the famous Bear Hotel, which dates back to 1432 and has won the 'Best Pub in Britain' award twice.
Llangorse Lake - THE outdoor enthusiasts dream
Llangorse Lake is the largest natural lake in South Wales and has become a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Head down to the water and hire a rowboat to enjoy a peaceful cruise whilst surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons. Try your hand at water skiing or sailing - pedaloes and canoes are also available to hire. Those interested in fishing need look no further; Llangorse is renowned for its Pike fishing. If you are not a water baby, the site also boasts Wales' leading indoor climbing centre, the unique Sky Trek - a series of connected zip lines that take you through trees, down the mountainside, and numerous pony trekking and riding centres.
Crickhowell 3 miles, Brecon 10 miles, Abergavenny 12 miles.
You can make your booking and explore the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal online or, alternatively you can book by calling our office on 01874 676446.
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