Holiday Cottage in Brecon Beacons, Wales
Looking for that special venue for your weekend break, summer holiday, Christmas party and New Year’s Eve Party? Look no further – You’ve found it. A holiday cottage in Wales. How does staying in a 19th Century converted stone barn in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales with spectacular views over the Swansea Valley sound? Appealing – then read on
“Many thanks for a fabulous weekend at your Farm. It quite literally surpassed all our expectations;the Farm itself was brilliantly appointed, spotless and cosy; the chef and his assistants took all our individual diets into consideration with some excellent results. As for the outdoor pursuits they were awesome, enjoyed by everyone both young and old. The quality of the tuition was second to none and the kindness and consideration we received could not have been better.” Graeme Stoten, Twickenham
Facilities of the Holiday Cottage
Maes-y-Fron is a 70 acre Welsh Hill farm situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park. The converted stone barn sleeps 45 people in 6 rooms. One The rooms contain bunkbeds with the first having 16 beds, the second 20, the third 4, the fourth and fifth 2 each. The sixth room contains a single bed. It has a lounge/dining room, kitchen for self-catering, 10 w.c’s and 10 showers. We can arrange for our staff to do the catering for you – How does a BBQ sound?
Accessible Location for your Break
Although the cottage and Farm have the feeling of remoteness they are just 30 minutes off the M4 and 30 minutes from the train stations at Neath and Swansea – both on the main line from London Paddington. It is just a 10 minute walk into the village which contains two pubs and a shop. An excellent location for a family party, New Years Eve Party, friends reunion or the annual get together.
What to Do when with Us
The cottage and Farm are a wonderful base from which to visit a number of local attractions such the National Showcaves of Wales and Carreg Cannen Castle. A range of outdoor activities are available such as climbing, caving, canyoning, gorge walking, canoeing, kayaking, quad biking, paintball, clay pigeon shooting, surfing, guided hill walks, 4×4 driving, go-karting, mountain skills training and pony trekking. Beyond the Farm you have direct access to the true wilderness that is the Black Mountain. This is a wonderful base for walks directly out onto the Brecon Beacons – Parklife whatever the weather there is still plenty to experience.