Bwthyn Beulah

nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Powys
Guests: 2       Wifi: available       Pets? Pets welcome (max. 1 dog), fee applies

about the property

Get away to the best of mid-Wales in this adorable holiday cottage with a stylish interior and peaceful country views. Perfect weekend cottage for designers looking for peace and quiet!

This former coach house rated five star by Visit Wales, is nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Powys. Bwthyn Beulah is a stylish, cosy, bolt hole for two with room for a dog (and baby) and amazing views over the Brecon Beacons.

Perfectly located for the Brecon Beacons National Park and the many outdoor activities it has to offer - it includes horse riding (bring your horse or pony as there is free stabling at the cottage!), cycling, walking, wild swimming, canoeing and kayaking, fishing, bird-watching, canal boats, paragliding and more.

There are eight acres of privately owned grounds to explore (filled with lambs in the spring months). Owls, buzzards, red kites and a myriad of wildlife find their homes on the doorstep of this little cottage. Bwthyn Beulah was also home to Britain’s smallest bat, the Soprano Pipistrelle (now comfortably relocated to specially-created new accommodation).

Additionally, this peaceful cottage is only one hour away from Cardiff with its extensive shopping and with its museums, art galleries and the beautiful Millennium Centre. See more pics on our Facebook album

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We had a lovely time at this perfectly situated cottage. Savouring a couple of quiet days away from a busy family life, we headed for the hills, enjoyed long walks, took deep breathes as we stared at...

Catherine B, 15 November 2016

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arrival at
16:00
depart by
10:00
guests
2
7 nights from
£439.90 (based on two staying)
7 nights up to
£724.19 (based on two staying)
pets
pets welcome (max. 1 dog)
bed layout
Master Double

facilities at Bwthyn Beulah

bathroom
bath
internet
wifi broadband available
general
farm or rural location
activities
open fire / woodburner
pub nearby (walkable)
media & technology
television and reception
cleaning services
washing machine

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in detail

Heating is oil fired central heating throughout with log burner in living area

Downstairs: Contemporary open-plan living-area

  • The kitchen area: Electric oven and hob, fridge with ice box, Microwave, Washer /dryer, dishwasher, a blender, a Gaggia coffee machine.
  • Living area: Comfortable leather sofa and arm chair. Extensive entertainment technology in the shape of the portable Bose iPod docking station, the large (wireless) flat-screen LCD television with full Free-Sat, or the Blu-ray DVD player. CD player with DAB radio - Wi-Fi. Large collection of DVDs and CDs.
  • Dining area: Dining table and four bright coloured iconic dining chairs - Glazed doors with gorgeous views to the surrounding countryside

Upstairs:

  • Bedroom: King-size bed with a vintage Welsh blanket, a reading chair
  • En suite bathroom: A large claw-footed roll-top bath, with a dinner-plate shower rose over, loo and wash hand basin
  • Baby-friendly: Changing mat, cot, high-chair, toys and other baby kit available

Outside:

  • Raised deck area with table, chairs and stunning views across the countryside,
  • Eight acres of privately owned surrounding fields (filled with lambs in the spring months).
  • Barbecue and fire pit provided.

local area

  • Brecon Beacons and the myriad outdoor activities that the National Park has to offer - horse riding, cycling, walking, wild swimming, canoeing and kayaking, fishing, bird-watching, canal boats, paragliding – and much, much more.
  • The market town of Builth Wells and the Royal Welsh Show ground is a 15 minute drive away, with all the facilities you could wish for (including probably the best butcher in mid-Wales).
  • The beautiful west coast, with its peaceful beaches, is an hour’s drive west, and Hay-on-Wye, with its famous second-hand bookshops is within half-an-hour’s drive.
  • Cardiff is just over an hour’s drive south, with its beautiful Millennium Centre for great opera or concerts, good shopping, and the redeveloped Cardiff Bay area with all its restaurants and views over the water.
  • The Llyn Brianne reservoir and the Elan Valley (so peaceful!) are less than 30 minutes’ drive away.
  • Coast 1.15 mins Aberystwyth and Aberaeron
  • The drive to Tregaron (from Beulah) is famous as being one of the most spectacular roads in the UK - Y Talbot great Inn with delicious food

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customer reviews for Bwthyn Beulah

We had a lovely time at this perfectly situated cottage. Savouring a couple of quiet days away from a busy family life, we headed for the hills, enjoyed long walks, took deep breathes as we stared at magnificent views, slept well and chatted over breakfast. A rare treat!

- Catherine B,
15 November 2016

Beautiful weekend away in this cosy , well equipped small barn conversion. The views are outstanding , surrounded by rolling hills and wildlife. Perfect for a couple and your 4 legged friend.

- Nicky J,
8 November 2016

Absolutely lovely cottage - perfectly appointed with all home comforts, in a wonderfully peaceful rural location. Will definitely be back.

- Louise I,
4 November 2016

Lovely, clean fully equipped cottage in a beautiful peaceful location. Lovely welcome pack, thank you.

- J holloway ,
7 October 2016

Lovely cottage with all the amenities. Very relaxing break.

- Sian H,
29 August 2016

Our expectations were more than met by this delightful barn conversion. It's the perfect getaway for 2 and has everything one could need for a comfy stay, whatever the season. It's setting is idyllic, tucked away down a long farm track with amazing views. It also featured the best welcome pack we have ever had - anywhere! Would definitely recommend!

- Judith B,
8 July 2016

Perfect secluded cottage for a couple (also caters for a baby). Deck area commands a wonderful view of fields hills stretching to Mynydd Epynt. Facilities good, lovely welcome pack wine and snacks, bed very comfortable. Access allowed into fields to the front and rear of property. Peaceful and relaxing with just the sound of the sheep and the birds. Would definitely recommend.

- Kim R,
19 May 2016

Great little holiday home for two (and a dog). Nice walks, plenty of local history thereabouts, and a cosy time spent indoors over the weekend. Thanks so much for the fab little welcome pack as well!

- S C,
23 December 2015

We had a really lovely time in an amazingly peaceful cottage. We saw more pheasants than people during our 4 days in mid wales which suited us just fine. We will definitely return to this cosy oasis of calm.

- Claudine johnson ,
6 November 2015

'We celebrated our 42nd year together here. Over the years we have watched the steady decline of the holiday cottage until we began to camp! BUT NOT HERE! What a wonderful and generous welcome - we hadn't seen a welcome pack for many years! How can we thank you, too, for such a lovely week: wonderful walks and views. We did a shop at Waitrose in Abergavenny on the way, and it provided delightful evening meals. The cooking equipment here is superb. Bless you, and thank you.' Sue and Peter, Newton Abbot

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30 June 2014
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