Despite being conveniently close to 'civilisation' (and indeed the M4) Rectory Cottage's tranquil setting, nestling at the foot of the Brecon Beacons feels a world away. Clean, comfortably rooms and breakfasts which are a cut above the usual B&B fare enhance its appeal, as does a genuinely warm welcome.
There are several excellent pubs nearby that provide food in the evenings and the location provides a great base for the Brecon Beacons and mountain biking at Cwm Carn.
To top it off Rectory Cottage is excellent value for money. For a small rural B&B it's hard to think of anything more you could ask.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Superbly modernised 16C Grade II listed country home offering welcoming and spacious Visit Wales 4 Star en-suite B&B accommodation. Excellent local inns and restaurants, including The Hardwick and The Foxhunter. Beautiful peaceful 4-acre grounds and views on edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park with ample private parking. Ideal location for exploring National Park and mountain-biking at Cwmcarn. Convenient for Big Pit, Blaenavon World Heritage Site, Roman Caerleon, numerous castles, Tintern Abbey, Wye Valley, Cardiff. ... more less