Self catering holiday cottage accommodation offering a rural retreat for two in the Brecon Beacons Mid Wales. Dark-Sky reserve for stargazing.
This 4 Star self catering holiday cottage dates from the 19th century when it served as the coach house and stables for the vicar of Aberyscir who lived at the Rectory.
Situated on the border of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Mid Wales, it is the ideal base to explore this exciting and dramatic landscape. Aberyscir is a small hamlet on the river Yscir, a tributary of the river Usk, a few miles to the west of Brecon.
Native breed sheep graze our surrounding fields during the summer months and our chickens provide you with free range eggs.
Brecon is the nearest town with shops, restaurants and in August the Brecon Jazz Festival whilst the famous Hay Festival in the town of Hay on Wye is just 17 miles away.
This area of Mid Wales has an abundance of things to do. There are golf courses at Cradoc and Brecon; Brecon has both a leisure centre and theatre; there is fishing on both the Yscir, Usk and Wye rivers and of course some of the best walking, cycling and riding anywhere.
The Brecon Beacons National Park was the first Dark-Sky reserve in Wales making it the perfect destination for stargazers.
What you will find
- Double bedroom, bathroom, lounge with dining area and fully equipped kitchen
- Log burner with logs provided
- Private patio with table and chairs and a barbecue
- Linen and towels
- Wonderful walking from your front door
- On the boundary of the Brecon Beacons National Park Mid Wales
- Close to Brecon for shops and restaurants
- Welcome pack including our fresh eggs
- Short Breaks minimum 3 nights
- Strictly no smoking policy
- Sorry no pets