|Maeswalter and Bryn Melyn |
Heol Senni, Brecon, Powys, LD3 8SU
Telephone: 01874 636629
Visit Wales 3 Stars
|A warm and friendly welcome in this 300 year old farmhouse.|
Centrally located in the national park.
All rooms tastefully decorated with superb views across the quiet and peaceful Senni Valley.
We are situated 9 miles south west of Brecon.
|Maeswalter is a 300 year old farmhouse situated in the mountainous Brecon Beacons National Park which divides naturally into three well-defined upland areas, the wild Black Mountains of the west, the gentler Black Mountains to the east and in the middle of South wales the highest peak, the Breacons themselves.|
Separating these last two ranges is the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, 33 miles of scenic waterway, perfect for boating, fishing and easy towpath walks. We are surrounded by breath taking scenery, a haven for wildlife including the Red Kite, Siskins and the Red start, peace and quiet and an ideal place to unwind and relax in complete tranquility.
In February 2013 The Brecon Beacons National Park has become only the fifth destination in the world to be granted prestigious International Dark Sky Reserve status making it Wales' first International Dark Sky Reserve.
The accreditation is awarded by the International Dark Sky Association, based in the USA. International Dark Sky Reserves are areas recognised as possessing an exceptional or distinguished quality of starry nights and inocturnal environment specifically protected for scientific, natural, educational, cultural, heritage or public enjoyment.
ACCOMMODATION- We offer comfortable bed and breakfast and a warm friendly welcome in this 17th century non-working farmhouse situated in the quiet and picturesque valley of Heol Senni 9 miles west of Brecon.
Tastefully decorated and comfortable en suite and standard bedrooms with H&C vanity units, remote control colour TV, tea/coffee facilities, magnificent views across the Senni Valley. Home Cooking. Excellent touring, fishing, walking, pony trekking, hang gliding and birdwatching area.
Heol Senni is a farmers hamlet of unspoilt natural beauty. The nearest bus service and shops are 4 ½ miles away at a small quiet market village of Sennybridge where there is a bus service to Brecon. Brecon is an old fashioned market town but has a good variety of shops.
TOURING - LLANGORSE LAKE, HENRHYD and YSTRADFELLTE FALLS, PORTH-YR-OGOF CAVES, TALYBONT VALLEY - RESERVOIRS OF NEUADD, PENTWYN and PONTSTICILL.
Or visit the Canal centre at Llanfrynach (near Brecon) with canal museum and horse drawn boat trips.
The narrow gauge BRECON MOUNTAIN RAILWAY.
Ornamental grounds match the ornate mansion at GRAIG-Y-NOS Country Park, near Abercraf.
For some of the best views in the Brecons, take a walk along Mynydd Illtyd common from the national park's popular mountain centre.
CARREG CENNEN CASTLE unquestionably one of the most spectacularly sited medieval fortresses in Wales, crowns a rocky outcrop in the foothills of the Black Mountain.
SCENIC ROUTES OF TOWY FOREST and the ELAN VALLEY.
A £20.00 deposit is required with all bookings in advance and cheques made payable to M.J.MAYO.
|BRYN MELYN HOLIDAY COTTAGE|
Bryn Melyn is a detatched holiday cottage which has been converted from part of the original 17th century farm buildings of 'Maeswalter' to accommodated 2 people.
The original stone work has been beautifully restored and also the walled parking area of the yard.
This cosy one bedroom cottage is all on one level and will sleep two people (double or as a twin) lounge with 'freesat tv, dining and fitted kitchen area (electric hob, grill and oven combined). Electric toaster, kettle and microwave. All flavours of tea, coffee and sugar are provided.
The heating is under the stone floor so no radiators or night storage heaters. The cost of the fuel and lighting is included in the price. The views from the cottage extend from Nan Nedd to Mynydd Eppynt.
The bed linen (double or as a twin) is provided and made up for your arrival and also bath and hand towels are supplied. Soap, shower gel and toilet rolls are also in the bathroom.
There is also a utility adjacent to the cottage with washing machine and tumble dryer and two stands for drying. This room would also be ideal for storing luggage whilst staying at Bryn Melyn.
There are several Pubs in the area if you should wish to eat out. There are shops in Sennybridge and a Post Office.
Nearest town is Brecon, 10 miles away.
Prices start from £315 Low Season, £385 High.
|DIRECTIONS FROM BRECON:|
Take the A470 Merthyr Tydfil road after travelling 5 miles take the Defynnog turning to the right this brings you onto the A4215 sennybridge road - travel 2 ½ miles take the Heol Senni turning to the left - travel a further 11/2 miles and you will find Maeswalter on the right.
Maeswalter is marked on the ordanance survey maps 160 and 11 so we are in fact quite easy to find.
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