Holiday Cottage Brecon Beacons - Dog Friendly Holidays

Holiday Cottage Brecon Beacons - Dog Friendly Holidays | Abereithrin Cottage


Cosy cottage for 4 surrounded by stunning landscape in the Brecon Beacons. Canals, castles, walks and plenty of family attractions, including Dan yr Ogof caves

Holiday Cottage Brecon Beacons - Dog Friendly Holidays

Abereithrin holiday cottage, Brecon Beacons is located in a beautiful part of Wales, between the traditional market towns of Brecon and Llandovery (both 12 miles) and surrounded by stunning landscape, canal paths, castles and plenty of family attractions, including Dan yr Ogof caves. The cottage offers dog friendly holidays in a quiet rural setting in Pentrebach, a very small hamlet consisting of some 8 dwellings including a traditional country pub.

Ground Floor

Comfortable, cosy living room with traditional character. Wood burner set in stone fireplace. 3 seat leather sofa, 2 armchairs and 2 side tables. Quarry tile floor, some exposed stone walls and oak beams and open oak stairs leading to bedrooms. Television with freeview, DVD player and music centre (radio, CD and tape player). Double glazed front door leading to the garden.

Oak fitted kitchen with 4 burner gas hob, low level oven and grill. Microwave oven, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery, glasses and cooking utensils, iron and ironing board. Dining table and four chairs. Quarry tile floor and radiator. Some exposed stone walls and oak beams.

The bathroom has bath with electric shower over, hand basin and toilet. Fully tiled with mirror and shaver point. Radiator and heated towel rail.

Upstairs

Bedroom 1: Double bed, chest of drawers, bedside table with light, mirror, clothes hanging space and hairdryer. Double glazed window looking out to the front and velux skylight with blackout blind to rear. Oak floor, exposed beams and handmade oak door.

Bedroom 2: Double bed, full length mirror, and clothes hanging space. Double glazed window looking out to the front and velux skylight with blackout blind. Oak floor, exposed beams, handmade oak doors.

Garden

Seating area in front of the cottage, large flat lawn to rear and additional lawned area looking over confluence of two small rivers (Cilieni and Eithrin) across the road. Barbecue, large picnic table and reclining chairs available. Children can play on the lawn or in the field behind the property. *Please note that the lawn area is open to the river so young children and/or pets will need to be supervised.

Additional Information

Bed linen, hand and bath towels and hairdryer included

High chair provided (please bring your own travel cot and bed linen)

Central heating (throughout) and electricity included. Logs provided for the wood burner

Milk, tea and coffee to welcome you on arrival

Board games provided

Private, off road parking

The cottage offers dog and cat friendly holidays for a small fee of £20 per pet. Maximum of 3 pets.

No smoking allowed in the cottage

Please note there is a refundable damages bond required of £50 (pre-auth on payment card during booking)

WiFi is available


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  • 4 star What does a grading mean?
  • Sleeps up to 4
  • 2 bedrooms: 2 doubles
  • Baby friendly
    Log fire
    Pet-friendly
    Shop / pub within 1 mile
    Wi-fi / Internet
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  • Testimonials

    Very welcoming, our hosts were fantastic nothing was too much trouble, would recommend cottage to anyone. We enjoyed visiting the waterfalls and walking the contryside and canal. The local pub had really great food too, we ate there most evenings. We were very happy with everything and would go back again and book with Best of Wales
    Friends from Devon, Jul 2017

    Helpful and friendly hosts, a well equipped, comfortable cottage in a quiet rural setting but in easy reach of walks etc. Excellent pub in locality, The Shoemakers. Good food, good beer, locals very friendly good atmosphere.
    Guests from Liss, Jun 2017

    A fantastic break away from everyday life. Excellent walking, Llandovery was lovely as was Brecon. Beautiful walks around reservoirs.
    Family from Oxon, May 2017

    A chance to show my partner an area I`ve visited for over 30 years. Walking, chilling out and good food-just lovely!
    Go visit the canal at Talybont on Usk and drop in for a pint at the Star there. Local waterfalls are lovely too.
    Alan from Bristol, Apr 2017

    Felt at home immediately. The owners went the extra mile.
    Recommends: The Brecon Beacons
    Clive from Derby, Jan 2017