My fiance and I spent 5 nights in this gorgeous cottage! Upon arrival we were greeted by a very friendly host, Shaun. He took us around the cottage and gave us local places to visit reassuring us that he and his family who run the cottages were around day or night if we needed them. While this was lovely to know, at the same time we felt complete freedom during our stay and no pressure to be sociable!
There is a lovely hot tub which is well looked after. The hot tub in cleaned and hoovered out regularly and chlorine is changed daily making you feel like you can truly relax with the views of the Brecon beacons and the sound of bleeting sheep.
The hosts had also put together a welcome pack for us of homemade bara brith - a Welsh delacacy, with tea, coffee, hot chocolate and even milk in the fridge. There is a very informative and thorough booklet inside the cottage with important information as well as walks and other local activities to do.
The cottage is extremely isolated, through a very quiet village, nearly 2 miles up a country road and then a further third of a mile down the drive, while this definitely has its advantages, it would be nice if a pub was in easy walking distance. However, I do understand with the location and the sheer beauty of the area this wouldn't be possible. We brought bubbles for the hot tub with us and they went down as easily as any pint would have!
All in all a terrific getaway and one I would book again in a heartbeat.