Cynwal Farm

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Bedrooms: 5 Sleeps: 10 Bathrooms: 4 Toilets: 4
Parking

Parking

WIFI

WIFI

Pub

Pub

Garden

Garden

Woodburner / Open Fire

Woodburner / Open Fire

Walks from the Door

Walks from the Door

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This is a perfect and luxurious place to stay for families or a group of friends. This holiday home has two kitchens, 5 lovely bedrooms and 4 shower/bathrooms. A secluded and spacious double cottage which was originally a Welsh Longhouse. 

An ideal cottage to stay if you want to enjoy visiting the Brecon Beacons National Park, Waterfall Country on the doorstep with an easy drive. The South Wales Valleys, Swansea Bay and The Mumbles Beaches.  

We love this cottage because Mali, the owner bakes lovely cakes for visitors and it is easy to get to the sea and the hills. 

Cynwal Cottage and Glyn Cottage are joined together by an inter-linking door that can be locked if only one cottage is being used. 

The cottages look out onto farmland and woodland and there is a wildlife pond securely fenced so no danger to children.  

What to do while you're here: 

This is a great place to stay, with masses of activities within easy reach.  It's on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, close to the Waterfall Country at Ystradfellte  with Henrhyd Waterfalls (famed as the entrance to The Bat Cave in the blockbuster film Batman: When the Dark Knight Rises).  

Dan-yr-Ogof National Show Caves of Wales with its enormous cave system and of course the dinosaur park is just 20 minutes away and there are plenty of castles to visit in the area.  

The cottage is approximately 20 miles from the wonderful sandy  beaches on The Gower Peninsula and The Mumbles, a delightful seaside resort with a fantastic pier, harbour and boutique shops to browse.   

The nearest pub serving good food is The New Tredegar Arms, just a five minute walk down the lane to the village. A few of the other local pubs and restaurants are The Aubrey, The Clock Works, Ynyscedwyn Arms, Chameleon, Abercrave Inn and The Pen-y-Cae Inn. 

The cottage is surrounded by woodland and pleasant valleys. A holiday here gives you a true flavour of Wales. Pen-y-Fan and the Central Beacons is a 20 minute drive so keen walkers and climbers can park up explore the area. 

Distances: 
Easy to access only 9 miles from M.4 
Ystradgynlais - 3 miles 
Brecon - 30 miles 
Swansea - 13 miles 
Cardiff - 50 miles 
Neath - 11 miles

Group of properties

The Southern Brecon Beacons are a magical expanse of mountains, lakes and Ystradfellte's waterfall country of caves, rushing rivers and steeply wooded gorges. There's plenty to do here. Discover the mountains by foot, bike (this is the home of the fabulous Bike Park Wales) or even train on the Brecon Mountain Railway. Sample whisky (and gin) to rival even the finest Scotch at Penderyn Distillery, or have a day out at the spectacular caving system and dinosaur attraction at Dan yr Ogof. The acclaimed beaches in the Gower and Carmarthenshire are within an hour of many of the cottages. Read more about Southern Brecon Beacons

Brecon is a beautiful cathedral town with views of the majestic mountains all around. We've got over 150 holiday cottages in and around Brecon, whether you're looking for a group getaway or a romantic retreat; a town house or a rural farm, we've got the perfect cottage for you. Read more about Brecon.