Nant-y-Gwared Bungalow is a comfortable spacious bungalow close to Craig-y-Nos Country Park (run by The Brecon Beacons National Park); so this bungalow is set in a wonderful truly scenic location. Set in its own gardens beside the owner's farm and just across the road to the magnificent Craig-y-Nos Castle. Famous as being the home to Dame Adele Patti, the famous opera singer, in the Victorian era with its wealth of history.
Less than a mile from National Show Caves Centre for Wales with the Dinosaur Park and Animal Farm where children can walk about with Shetland Ponies, Donkeys, Alpaca, rabbits etc.
There is excellent mountain walking straight from the house onto Carreg-Goch known locally as The Sleeping Giant. There are several local pubs nearby and a small village shops 1.5 miles away. Good pubs and restaurants with the "The Abercrave Inn" is 2.5 miles, and the Pen Y Cae Inn is 1 and a quarter miles.
This is an ideal location to visit The Henrhyd Waterfalls. From here it is an easy drive down The Swansea Valley to the glorious sandy beaches and to Swansea itself.
A classic double fronted bungalow opposite Craig-y-Nos Country Park in its own grounds in front of the owner's farm, directly opposite the Craig-y-Nos Country Park and near to Dan-yr-Ogof Show Caves.
The kitchen has an electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer. A dining area with dining table and chairs and a large airing cupboard.
Sitting room with a bay window to appreciate the views, sofas and chairs and a featured stove in the fireplace.
TV with SKY.
Bedroom 1: The master bedroom has a bay window, double bed, dressing table and wardrobe.
Bedroom 2: has two single beds, dressing table and a wardrobe.
Bathroom with bath, electric shower over, handbasin and toilet.
Coelbren Falls are only 2.5 miles south east and Nant-y-Gwared is within easy access of Brecon, Swansea and the Gower Coast.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn or Ann
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