Full of period features and charm, Llwyn y neuadd is a delightful former farmhouse dating from the 17th century with ancient beams, stone flag floors and comfortable accommodation for families or small groups. Set in an acre of woodlands and grounds overlooking the Black Mountains, the cottage sits on the Western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and nine miles from Llandeilo.
The inviting sitting room has exposed beams, a large stone fireplace with wood burner stove, sofas, chairs, a flat screen TV with Sky package, DVD player, CD player and Wi-Fi. The music system has speakers in the dining room and kitchen. The dining room is well appointed with a lovely oak dining suite, original flagstone floors and the kitchen is fitted with a Belfast sink, freezer, fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer. The hallway provides plenty of space for hanging coats and walking gear. A few steps down in the cottage takes you to the oldest part of the farmhouse with original bread oven.
Guests enjoy access to the sunny patio garden with outdoor furniture and BBQ. There is also parking for several cars and secure storage for bikes.
The rental charge includes good quality linen, towels, electricity, logs for the wood burner stove and oil central heating.
Mobile reception is variable and there is a telephone which can be used for local and emergency calls. Wi-Fi service is available.
Short breaks may be available at certain times of the year. Two pets are welcome at an extra charge of £20 each per stay. Pets must be kept under control at all times due to nearby livestock.