Vacation Rental Description
Tyr Pwll Coattges are just 2 miles from the centre of Abergavenny, which is a small market town on the edge of the Brecon Beacons.
'Swallows Nest' was formerly a cowstall and pig sty, but has been tastefully converted to provide a single storey cottage which has a double bedroom, large lounge, modern fitted kitchen and bathroom with shower over the bath.
A yard area in front of the cottage contains table, chairs, and a barbeque, so provides a quiet place to sit and relax outside.
'The Loft' was a stable with loft over, and now has a modern fitted kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom, with shower over the bath, on the ground floor, whilst upstairs, is another bedroom with a single and double bed, and a comfortable lounge with skylight windows which look out over the surrounding mountains and countryside. There is a small patio area outside with table and chairs, but also a picnic table just across the driveway, on the orchard, so again plenty of room to sit and relax.
Both cottages have cooker, refrigerator, microwave, washing machine, digital TV, DVD & Video players, radio & CD players, along with a selection of videos, books and games.
There is ample parking for both cottages.
Abergavenny has its own Food Festival each September which over the last ten years has become quite a spectacular event. It also has a small but well attended Theatre, where there are always interesting acts and events taking place.
Being so close to the Brecon Beacons, the scenery around is stunning at all times of the year, and this whole area of South East Wales is a superb place to visit.
- Cable Satellite
- Cooking Utensils
- Linen Service
- Amenity Parking
The cottages have oil fired central heating, so are comfortable all through the year.
- Adventure Sports
- Horse Riding
- Hunting/Rock Climbing
- Mountain Biking
Langorse Lake is just 15 miles away, and has a fantastic Activity Centre, which has facilities for sailing on the lake, horse riding, wall climbing at the Langorse Rope Centre,and much more, whilst not much further on at the Black Mountain Activity Centre, you can go canoeing, kyaking, rock climbing, walking to name but a few avtivities.
On the river Wye you can hire a canoe, go down river, then be met and taken back to to your car, if you find yourself unable to canoe back.
There are fantastic waterfalls, and the Dan Yr Ogof caves are a site to behold.
If you are interested in history, you can always take a journey down into a Coal Mine at Blaenavon Big Pit, which is now a World Heritage Site.
You'll never be short of things to do on your holiday, with plenty of lovely walks on the surrounding mountains, and along the Brecon to Mounmouthshire Canal.