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Wildhaven

4 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

2 Bathrooms

4 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

2 Bathrooms

A beautifully refurbished and unique 250-year-old remote Welsh farmhouse perched on a mountainside in the Brecon Beacons National Park. A treat for those really looking to get away from it all amidst rugged hills and castles with red kites flying overhead. 

★ 25% Discount For Week (7 days) Bookings

★ Beautifully remote with stunning views

★ Peak Changeover day- Friday

★ Ideal for romantic breaks or family adventures

★ Two bathrooms

★ Stylish interior

★ Log Burners

★ Pet friendly - Accepts 2 Well Behaved Dogs

★ Ideal for Stargazing 

The space

This rustic cottage in the Brecon Beacons has far-reaching views, wild landscapes, with no immediate neighbours, and the perfect place to come and get away from it all.

Snuggle up by the fire in the snug or gaze upon panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons from the double-height converted barn. 

Bedrooms

Both bedrooms overlook the mountain views, with a four-poster in the master bedroom on the first floor for that extra comfort.

There is a good size double bedroom located on the ground floor, off the main reception. 

Bathrooms

The first-floor bedroom has a lovely ensuite, with a bath and shower over.

The ground floor has a modern bathroom with a curved freestanding bath and a large walk-in shower. 

Kitchen

The well-stocked kitchen has everything you need to cater for your break away. It has a breakfast table in the kitchen and all the mod cons including an espresso machine for ground coffee.  

There is a utility room off the kitchen with a washing machine, and a boot room/conservatory for extra storage, and some wellies for guest use.

Living Spaces

There is a cosy rustic dining area with a log burner and armchairs. A perfect place to sit and have family dinners, or play some board games.

There is a stunning full-height living room with large glass sliding doors with far-reaching views. There is a second log burner in this spacious room, along with a wall-mounted TV,  and comfortable leather sofas - perfect for chilling with family or friends.  

The living space extends to a mezzanine above the living room where children can play. 

Garden

There is a large enclosed garden which has fencing, with fields beyond and the rolling countryside with spectacular views. Relax with a book or dine al fresco in the fresh mountain air at one with nature.  

The Local Area

Brecon Beacons

With mountains and moorland, standing stones and castles, lively waterfalls and vibrant communities, the Brecon Beacons National Park has masses to offer visitors. From horse riding on the mountain bridal paths to gliding through the sky. The Brecon Beacons are full of adventurous walks to explore the country and to admire the beauty of Wales. 

Llandeilo

The larger market town of Llandeilo approx. 15 mins drive, is well worth a visit, attractions such as Heavenly Ice Cream shop, Ginhaus Deli, The Cawdor Arms Hotel, and many more.

The National Trust Property of Newtown House, Dinefwr Park, and Dinefwr Castle are also located in Llandeilo.

There are several castles along the Tywi (Towy) valley, from Llansteffan at the estuary (also an amazing beach) to Carmarthen, Dryslwyn, Llandovery.

Llandovery

Stop and take time to visit this ancient Drovers' Town, and enjoy the small shops and cafes that share some of the spirit of the town, its people, and environs. Located on the River Tywi stands the remains of the Norman Llandovery Castle, built-in 1110.

Places of interest include the town's famous public school Llandovery College and the Old Printing Shop that was once one of Wales' most important printing centres. Also near at hand is the famous Llyn y Fan Fach with its legend of The Lady of the Lake and her magical cattle.

A little further away is the impressive Llyn Brianne reservoir, standing in the mountains above Rhandirmwyn, a beautiful valley that once throbbed to the beat of the lead mines in the area. 

Carmarthen

The ancient town of Carmarthen “the oldest town in Wales” is home to many large retailers but has many local independent shops and an indoor market.

The town has a Roman Amphitheatre, castle, a museum in the old Bishop’s Palace, and several churches. 

The Carmarthenshire museum is in the old Bishop’s Palace in Abergwili just north of Carmarthen on the main Llandeilo road and is worth a visit. 

Swansea

Take a walk along the Mumbles and enjoy an award-winning ice cream at Joe’s or Verdi’s who also do good pizza.

The Marina and SA1 have a good selection of bars and restaurants and the sweep of Swansea bay is also good, with views across the Bristol Channel. The indoor market is considered the best in Wales, try the Welsh cakes, cockles, and laverbread.

Swansea is considered the gateway to the amazing Gower Peninsular (Gower never “The Gower”) with its many spectacular beaches and coves, as well as the award-winning Beach House Restaurant at Oxwich Bay. Gower has many good pubs and pretty walks. 

West Wales

All parts of West Wales are accessible from the property -  amazing beaches and country park at Cefn Sidan (Pembrey), 7 miles of sand at Pendine, Tenby an ancient walled town Saint Davids, with its mighty cathedral, Pembroke with its castle, Manobier, and of course the estuary town of Laugharne with its castle and links to Dylan Thomas and the famous Browns Hotel where you can enjoy a drink and a Dexters at Brown's farm to fork steak. 

For thrill-seekers there is a Theme park at Oakwood.

For the younger guests, you have many attractions in neighbouring Pembrokeshire, such as Annas Welsh Zoo, the Dinosaur Park in St Florence, Heatherton, and Folly Farm.   

Guest access

The guests will have exclusive access to the entire cottage, please make yourself at home. 

Other things to note

- Pet fee per stay - Payable during the pre-check in process :

1 Dog - £25
2 Dogs- £40

-Limited phone service

-WiFi has limited strength due to its remote location 

-In extreme adverse weather conditions this property may be inaccessible. The Property management company cannot be held responsible for guests being unable to reach this property but will provide a refund in the unlikely event that this may happen.

-All of our reviews for Wildhaven can be read here.

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Home highlights

Pets Welcome

Parking Included

Wireless Broadband Internet

Pictures

Exterior

Aerial view

Cosy nights in

First floor bedroom with ensuite

Breathtaking views

Large dining table

Amenities

Policies

Accessible 24/7, Children welcome, Pets Welcome and Smoking not allowed

Location features

Mountain and Rural

Kitchen & dining

Charcoal grill BBQ, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Grill, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster and Vacuum cleaner

Parking & facilities

Private Garden and Parking available

Entertainment

DVD-Player and TV

Internet & office

Wireless Broadband Internet and Telephone

Heating & cooling

Central heating, Fireplace, Heating available and Wood/Tiled stove

Bathroom & laundry

Clothes dryer, Bathroom & Laundry, Iron & Board, Washing machine, Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set, Bathtub, Washbasin and Bed linen

Home Safety

Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit and Smoke Detector

House Rules

Children welcome

Pets Welcome

Smoking not allowed

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 10:00 AM

Location

Pencaegarw, Capel Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire , Llangadog, United Kingdom

Policy and notes

Availability

September 2022
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