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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  • 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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    Beautiful location and very well kept accomodation. The caves were stunning and reasonably priced and the four falls walk is breathtaking.
    Michael from Essex, Nov 2016

    Warm welcome by lovely hosts who gave us tips on local activities and eateries. Cottage was perfect, cosy and well equipped. We didn't really want to leave! Thank you, Janet and Howell, for a wonderful stay!
    Everything was friendly and efficient from the moment we booked. Thank you.
    Recommendations: Walk along the canal near Brecon; walk up Pen Y Fan (busy, but stunning views); visit the caves (don't be put off by the dinosaurs); eat at Ghurka Corner in Brecon and in the village pub. No need to bring lots of food - there is a big Morrisons in Brecon. Penderyn Distillery well worth a visit.
    Alice from West Midlands, Oct 2016

    Beautiful, quiet location with perfectly located village pub. Friendly and thoughtful hosts. Homely and well equipped cottage made us feel very cosy. Recommend the village pub for a friendly atmosphere with good home cooked food. Waterfall walks are highly recommended.
    Couple from Ilkeston, Oct 2016

    Very well equipped cottage. The owners were lovely and welcoming.
    Couple from Devon, Oct 2016

    Amazing, spent over 40 years climbing in North Wales, Beach holidays on Gower and climbing in Pembrokeshire, always kind of missed Brecon area. Fantastic time, I shall book again, perfect cottage and amenities in this brilliant small 'settlement.' Absolutely brilliant and of the highest quality.
    Recommendations: Shoemakers Arms, sadly the current owners are leaving although we are sure the new will bring superb offering, but, what was amazing is the Sicilian / Welsh owners are part of the organic and slow food movement I represent some restaurants and chefs. I write about food. I don't boast or use / abuse that knowledge when I am out and about and I loathe Trip Advisor, I am always prepared to be totally surprised. We were. This was one of the best meals I have ever eaten. Bristol is the Regional Organic Food Capital of the UK and also home to the slow food movement - I found myself wanting to bring the whole 'pub' back to Bristol including the owners.
    Christina from Bristol, Jul 2016