Welcome to Aberyscir Coach House
My self catering holiday cottage sits in the hills of the Brecon Beacons National Park with glorious views of Pen Y Fan.
The Victorian Rectory was built in 1891 along with a coach house for the pony and trap. This building has now been converted into a comfortable holiday cottage for two.
The hamlet of Aberyscir offers you a tranquil rural retreat with the river Yscir running below and Red Kites flying above.
I look forward to welcoming you to my holiday cottage and all that the Brecon Beacons has to offer.
All new bookings made after 14 April 2020 will be fully refundable if travel is not possible because of COVID-19 local or national lockdowns. Currently the balance payment will be payable 2 weeks before arrival.
Guidance on closedown will be based on Welsh Government guidelines.
Details on Covid 19 procedures can be found here
The Coach House
A comfortable holiday cottage for 2 with a double bedroom, bathroom with electric over bath shower, lounge with WiFi, log burner and HD TV. The kitchen is compact but well equipped with access to a washing machine, dryer, freezer and additional fridge if required.
The patio area offers dining alfresco, BBQ and glorious views of the mountains.
The barn has safe storage for your bikes and there is ample parking beside the coach house.
The Brecon Beacons Guide
My personal guide to the Brecon Beacons has been compiled from my visits over the years including those as a Brecon Beacons Ambassador.
It covers mountains, castles, monuments, lakes and rivers. It also includes a selection of the many food, literature and music festivals that are held in the area. You will also find reviews of restaurants that I have tried out on behalf of my guests.
There is an extensive collections of maps, guides and local information in the coach house.
What Our Guests Say
Many many thanks for the great and loving support for our welsh holiday. We felt very well at home.
Christel & Peter Neuhoff Germany
What a genuinely peaceful place to stay, we enjoyed it from the off. The welcome pack was a great start to get us going. he gems of useful information even more so.
Mel & Ben - Peckenham
John and I can only endorse everything that has been said before. The weather was very kind to us. Valerie and Peter have a wealth of knowledge of the area and the welcome pack was very much appreciated. Couldn't think of a better place to celebrate John's 80th birthday.
Eve & John Buntingford
It's a lovely quiet cottage with only the sounds of nature to disturb you. Lovely walks from the cottage, fresh eggs from the owners chickens and not far to the local shops to stock up on supplies. Ideal accommodation for any couple with a car. Valerie is 'a mind of information' on the Brecon Beacons area, with suggestions for lots of activities.
Hilary & Colin - Warsash
We have really loved staying in the coach house. Although here primarily for the Hay Festival we have enjoyed the scenery and countryside. The cottage itself is just perfect and is so well thought out, it has everything you need and lots of thoughtful extras.
Barbara & Humph Grove