Holiday home: South Wales

Holiday home: South Wales, United Kingdom

Delightful two bedroom converted Coach House in the grounds off a farm

Guest ratings

Based on 4 ratings7,4 out of 10,0
Comments from other guests
Mr Markus Völkel  (24/9-2016)
“There is a cottage, which is run by very nice -älteren Reigns. It is very quiet, but also very difficult to find, however. On the day of our arrival we had to the lack of cleanliness and bemängel brush first. From location many sights can be reached and to commit hikes. Due to the numerous offers coming here even in bad weather no boredom. The only drawback is a lack of wireless in addition lack of mobile network. Ultimately, however, the cottage is recommended anytime.”
Mr v.H van der Schilt  (25/8-2013)
“South Wales as particularly beautiful experience we have. The Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, cities, churches and a lot of castles nearby. There is plenty to see and do. Our stay at the Bryn Cain Coach House was very nice. For someone who has difficulty walking, this cottage is suitable. Use of wheelchair or scooter is possible here. (That we have experienced) It's very quiet here. Especially for tranquility very pleasant. The reception very friendly. Many flyers / information to visit. Things nearby Overall a good holiday in a very nice, versatile environment, (with friendly owners nearby) Highly recommended to explore or South and Mid Wales to do. Passing in England”
Fam Sophia Schulze  (7/8-2013)
“The cottage is well equipped but the outdoor area, a walled terrace, overlooking the parking lot of the neighbors. It's little green and in a rural area. The owner is nice. Nearby, the Braking Beacons, you nice walk.”
Mr anthonie cornelis wink  (23/7-2012)
“We had a nice holiday there. Good weather, often waking up with the sun. The house is secluded but in a yard with more occupied housing is not lonely. Shops and restaurants are easily accessible by car. We have seen much and done. We went to Swansea, and Cardiff have been, city views, museums, castles visited. Shopped in some super great shopping malls. Our daughter has ridden horseback, we at that time along a canal gewandelt, at locks looked old coal visited stalactite caves visited butterfly garden seen during a rainstorm on the way to Birmingham Airport to a raptor center was, this is really worth to visits. Furthermore, the nature enjoyed in the house was everything to have a great stay, so after a day at home relaxing with the TV and / or wood stove. We come flying from the Netherlands and rented a car. We drove about 1000 km, and everything we have seen or done was up to 60 min drive. We feel that we not all seen. So who knows we go again”

Holiday home facilities

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2
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Incl.
42 km
 
1 bathroom
 
Washing machine
 
Dishwasher
 
7 km to grocer's
 
42 km to coast
 
7 km to pub, Go Out

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Final Cleaning
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Excluding
Pets
Max. 1; £ 20/Stay
Pets will only be accepted if communicated before arrival
House no. GB-10079-04
House Category: ★★★
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About the holiday home

A delightful two bedroom converted Coach House in the grounds of Bryn Cain Farm at Penpergwym near Abergavenny. An ideal location to enjoy fine dining at The Hardwick Restaurant, Welsh Restaurant of the Year 2008, run by Stephen Terry the Michelin Starred chef/restaurateur and winner of the BBC Great British Menus is within walking distance on a summer’s evening. The award winning 'The Foxhunter' run by celebrity chef Matt Tebbutt is 5 minutes drive away, The Bell at Skenfrith, and the Walnut Tree amongst others. A hearty meal can be walked off on many of the local Black Mountain routes or a 25 minutes drive takes you to the heart of the Brecon Beacons. This is an excellent area steeped in history ie the world Heritage site at the Big Pit, Castles, the canal and the walks along it and the river walks, it is near the Golden Valley, Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. From the cottage there is easy road access down to the Welsh Valleys.



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Great Britain has fresh greenery and clear air. The country, the "Countryside", is characterized by its untouched beauty. From green, beautiful hills and steep mountain ranges with amazing waterfalls, to inhospitable crevices, sand drifts, chalk cliffs in Kent, subtropical vegetation and numerous lakes. The romantic decor features the sprawling pastures and British cornfields. The characteristic hedges and stone walls frame the landscape as if it were a dream from a movie. The historical heritage is rightly the pride of the friendly inhabitants of this island. From all the holiday homes in the UK, there is a nice piece of nature to explore.

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