Living area leading out to patio
Exterior Hunters Cottage
Views from the garden
Views from the garden
Kitchen / living area
King size bedroom
King size bedroom
Shower room
Village pub which is owned by the community
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Hunters Cottage

Aberedw, Mid Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
4
star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A single-storey annexe perfect for romantic getaways
  • Spend evenings in the pretty garden with wonderful views across the valley
  • Hop on the local mountain bike trail and cycle towards Painscastle, following a 17-mile circular route
Property code: BN201

Sitting high on the hillside admire the views as you laze away in the garden of an afternoon having spent the morning out and about exploring the magic of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Head out for a stroll to Aberedw Common and get your first taste of this pretty part of Wales. Head further south and into the National Park where you can summit Pen-Y-Fan, the highest mountain in south Wales which sits majestically 28 miles from your door. Saddle up and head out for a ride on your horse who is welcome to join you at this marvellous property.

Sitting besides the owner’s farmstead, this rural dwelling welcomes couples and small families to embark on an escape from the everyday. Embrace countryside living at this humble abode where the open-plan living space invites you to relax in style. Enjoy the peace and quiet in the lounge area where you can sink into the comfortable sofa and let the outside in by opening the patio doors. Utilise the kitchen equipment to cook up a storm in this bright space before plating up at the table where all guests can sit comfortably and raise a toast. The bedroom can be configured as either a king-size or a twin room and is a pretty space with a calming ambience. Start the day with a shower in the large cubicle to feel refreshed and revived.

Step out of the patio doors and onto the decking where you can lap up the sunshine on the garden furniture. Enjoy gazing out over lovely views and unwind in the fresh air. Horses are welcome to join you on your holiday and can stay in the onsite stables. Keep your mountain bike safe in the lockable storage provided.

  • 1 bedroom - 1 king-size (can be made up as 2 twin beds)
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge
  • TV and DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Garden, garden furniture, decked area
  • Set besides the owner’s farmstead with horses, dogs and poultry
  • Lockable bike storage
  • Ample parking avaliable
  • Single-storey ground floor property
  • Stabling available, discuss with owners
  • Fishing available on the River Edw and The River Wye with tickets from The Usk & Wye Foundation
  • Community owned village pub just under a mile serving local food, Shops pubs and restaurants less than 6 miles away towards Builth Wells

Ceri James

This property joined our collection in the last 12 months and is managed by Ceri.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by ALVIN, 14th June 2021

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Reviewed by Susan, 5th June 2021

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A lovely situation in beautiful countryside. Comfortable and cosy, just perfect for the two of us. We had never visited the area before, and were grateful to our hostess for recommending several places to visit. The red kite feeding was well worth the visit. We were happy to just relax, but plenty of opportunities for walks.

Reviewed by Rachel, 2nd June 2021

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A great, relaxing stay. Lovely accommodation with everything we needed.

Reviewed by Mr Jeacock, October 2020

It was a lovely cottage in a very remote location, but lacked a mirror in the bathroom and hallway. Apart from lack it was very clean and tidy with everything we needed.

Reviewed by Mr Harrhy, September 2020

Very comfortable, just about faultless.

Reviewed by Miss Taylor, September 2020

We stayed at Hunters Cottage on a small family holiday and our experience was amazing from start to finish. The annex was incredibly spacious and well equipped with everything from fresh towels to guide maps and loads of local information. The kitchen had everything we needed to cook anything we needed and it truly felt like a home away from hoRead moreme. Overall, the annex was really well furnished, with beautiful and excellent quality bedding, pillows, and finishings. The private veranda was a perfect addition so we could have an evening al fresco meal together whilst our daughter slept, and the views were beautiful in every direction - you are truly in the hills and valleys of Wales! Everything was spotless and incredibly well cleaned (a great reassurance during the times of COVID). Despite the annex surpassing our every need and expectation, the absolute highlight of our trip was the lovely hosts, who took care of us from start to finish. Justine and her husband took lots of their time to show my 18-month-old daughter their wide variety of animals (they have everything from horses, sheep, and dogs to chickens and a cow plus more). They gave us a variety of great local recommendations for places to visit and eat and even gave us some delicious vegetables and fruit from their homegrown veggie garden. Overall we had an incredibly memorable family holiday made extra special by having such a special and welcoming place to stay. We will definitely be returning to stay here on our future trips to Wales, and I would highly recommend a stay for anyone looking to have a comfortable, clean, welcoming, and beautiful place to stay to explore Brecon Beacons. Hide

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Location

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