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Builth Wells

Bedrooms: 2 Sleeps: 4 Bath/Shower Rooms: 1 Toilets: 2
4 Star Rating
Pets: 4 (£20/pet)

Pets: 4 (£20/pet)





Woodburner / Open Fire

Woodburner / Open Fire

Walks from the Door

Walks from the Door



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The cottage is situated on a 350-acre estate near Builth Wells and the nearest dwelling is a small farmhouse, roughly 150 yards away. Visitors are welcome to walk on the well tended rides and along the riverbank, 15 minutes walk down the hill. Fishing for wild Trout or Grayling by arrangement, this is on a good 3-mile stretch of the river Irfon, a major tributary of the River Wye. A bird watchers paradise with resident kites, hawks, buzzards and ravens often flying at eye level!! (and ocasionally The Red Arrows in training!!).

Cottage Accommodation

Sleeps 4 - 2 Single Rooms, 1 Twin Room

With oak flooring throughout the ground floor.

The spacious and very well equipped kitchen has an electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine. Ample work and storage space, dining table and chairs, Freeview TV and DVD.

The sitting room is furnished with a comfortable sofa and chairs, has a woodburning stove and large windows with the most stunning views down the Irfon Valley. 

A downstairs cloakroom:  With handbasin and toilet.

Hallway with an area for walking boots and coats.

Up stairs to:

Bedroom 1:  With two single beds that can also be pushed together to make a double bed

Bedroom 2: With twin beds.

The Bathroom:  Has a bath with a shower over, handbasin and toilet.

Useful Information

  • Bedlinen and towels provided
  • Electricity, logs and full efficient storage heaters that can be put on a boost for extra warmth in the evening 
  • Cot & Highchair available
  • Good mobile reception
  • Well-behaved pets are welcome - please be aware that there are sheep and horses grazing in close vicinity
  • There is an enclosed garden with a stone terrace, furniture and a BBQ.
  • Basic dry goods (salt, pepper, coffee, tea, sugar, flour etc) are stored in the kitchen and the owner will be happy to stock the fridge in advance if a food order is made 

    An ideal retreat

    This is an ideal location to be able to just retreat from the world and spend a quiet relaxing holiday. From the cottage it is easy to explore the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, Wye Valley and the Border country, and the Elan Valley with its spectacular reservoirs and dams. In the valley below lies the tiny ancient Church of St. David's Llanynis, where legend has it Prince Llywellyn ap Gruffydd, the last Welsh Prince of Wales, prayed the night before he was slain by the English in a skirmish in December 1282. A monument to mark the place where he fell stands in the village of Cilmery, just across the river. Some say his soldiers were buried in the churchyard as ancient armour has been dug up in the past.

    Garth Road is the nearest railway station. Builth Wells 3 miles, Brecon 20 miles, Cardiff 70 miles. Hay-on-Wye 15 miles.  

    If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Ann, Jo, Ed or Ceri.

  • Unforgettable views, valleys, lakes and endless space. The Epynt mountain range, the Abergwesyn Valley, and the Cambrian Mountains - remote, wild and sparsely populated. Combine this landscape with the old spa towns of Builth Wells, Llandrindod Wells and Llanwyrtd Wells and you've got an undiscovered gem of an area. Famous for ambitious conservation projects, extraordinary events - Man vs Horse and Underwater Bog Snorkling and the excellent mountain biking in the area, but there's plenty more to discover in this area North of Brecon. Read more about North of Brecon