|Caebetran Farm Brecon Caebetran Farm, Felinfach, Brecon, Powys, LD3 0UL|
"Caebetran Farm stands high on the hillside looking out across a breathtaking panorama sweeping round from Hay Bluff in the Black Mountains to the Brecon Beacons. Discovering Caebetran is a delightful exploration through winding lanes bordered by ancient hedgerows abundant with wildlife."
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Caebetran Farm stands high on the hillside looking out across a breathtaking panorama sweeping round from Hay Bluff in the Black Mountains to the Brecon Beacons.
Discovering Caebetran is a delightful exploration through winding lanes bordered by ancient hedgerows abundant with wildlife.
|The farmhouse dates back to the 17th century and is a traditional Welsh longhouse.|
Like most old houses, parts have been added and altered over the yeas, and Hazel and Gwyn have recently extensively modernised it, taking care to retain the traditional character of the old building.
The farm is a typical Welsh hill farm, a real working farm rearing sheep and cattle.
Visitors are very welcome to look around and experience farm life, watching the animals fed and cared for and seeing the daily activities of a busy farm.
Gwyn and Hazel are very proud of their animals and have won many awards at the local shows for their sheep and cattle.
Their 'Caebetran Flock of Texels'. Gwyn practices the ancient art of hedge laying, and the neatly laid hedges around the farm are testament to his skills, Gwyn having won many championships including the National.
|All the bedrooms are en suite, with colour TV, tea making facilities, hairdryer, iron and many little extras to make your stay with us special.|
Visitors can enjoy good home cooking using home produced beef and lamb, and local produce, in a dining room with separate tables. Visitors are welcome to bring their own wine to have with their evening meal.
There is a comfortable lounge with colour TV, DVD and video, which visitors are welcome to use whenever they want. Caebetran is a non smoking residence.
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|It is a delight to walk through quiet country lanes around the farm and enjoy the wildlife. Badger, foxes, pheasants, red kite, woodpeckers and rabbits are just a few of the local residents you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of.|
Above the farm is Llandefalle Common, a lovely farm for walking, where sheep and ponies wander through the bracken and buzzards can be seen soaring high above. On a clear day the view from the common can extend through the Wye Valley as far as the Malvern Hills.
There are a variety of outdoor activities in the area, pony trekking, hang gliding, canoeing, climbing, gliding and sailing are all available within easy reach. For those with other interests, there are craft centres and galleries, museums and castles, and interesting towns and villages to visit, including Hay-on-Wye, the well known centre for second hand shops.
Or you can sit and relax, do nothing. Watch the birds, listen to the silence of our beautiful countryside. Let our collie - Lad and our Jack Rusell - Scamp, play ball and take you for a walk.
You will find a warm and friendly welcome at Caebetran, and Hazel and Gwyn will try to ensure you have a comfortable and happy stay on the farm.
'Arrive as visitors, leave as friends' nothing is too much trouble.
From Brecon take the A470/A438 east towards Builth Wells/Hereford.
4 miles from Brecon town take the left turn signposted Felinfach. Go for 40 yards and take the first turn right, By the bus shelter/telephone box, opposite Felinfach Griffin Pub. Go for 1 mile and take the first turn left. Follow the signs for Caebetran Farm B and B.
Caebetran Farm is 2 ½ miles from Felinfach Village.