Bronfelin Holiday Cottage (self catering) has a master bedroom with a comfortable king size bed with an en-suite shower room, a single room with a 2.6' single bed, a twin room with 2.6' single beds, a shared family bathroom. All the bedrooms have fantastic views over the Irfon Valley. The lounge has a wood burning stove, flat screen DVD player, library exchange, games and stereo with Ipod Docking. The kitchen has a Rayburn range cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer and cooking utensils.
Bronfelin & Troed-y-Rhiw Holiday Cottages, Llanwrtyd Wells
Bronfelin and Troed y Rhiw Holiday Cottages are located in the hamlet of Llanwrtyd on the southern boundary of the Cambrian Mountains. The Cottages offers stunning views across the Irfon Valley which can be enjoyed from all the bedrooms, living room and kitchen. The cottages, built in the early 1800's, were sympathetically renovated in 2008 and every care has been taken to ensure your stay will be comfortable and a memorable one. Letting you enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this area.
Bronfelin and Troed y Rhiw Holiday Cottages are ideally situated for the exploration of Mid Wales whether it be by foot, hoof or wheel. Trails are directly accessible from the cottage for those who want to venture into the mountains by foot or bike or simply take a stroll by the river. For those preferring to explore by car you will find some of the country's finest Castles, Houses and Gardens all within a short drive in the most spectacular scenery.
Only 1.5 miles from Llanwrtyd Wells, you will find you are well provided for in convenience stores, pubs and fine restaurants. The town boasts to be the smallest town in Britain with the biggest heart but it also has its own micro brewery and is home to World Bog Snorkeling Championships, Man v Horse race to mention only two of many activities organized throughout the year.
Only 20 minutes drive from the Royal Welsh Show ground the cottages are a prefect base for exhibitors or visitors to unwind from the days activities, which range from Europe's largest agricultural show to dog shows, antique fairs, wool festivals, biking and running events.
We welcome well behaved dogs. We do ask that they are kept downstairs by the use of a stair gate, which we provide and off the furniture. There is a small charge of £20, please select this as an extra when booking.
The Holiday Cottages are located in the old village of Llanwrtyd ( pronounced clan-or-tyd ) in the Irfon Valley. The setting is idyllic with views across the valley towards the old mill and 12th century St Davids Church. Llanwrtyd Wells is the Victorian "new" town 1.25 miles or 20 minutes walk from the cottage. It has two well renowned restaurants, a fuel Garage and shop, Spar shop, general store and three pubs and micro brewery. Located on the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains.