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Self-Catering in Llanwrtyd Wells

Bronfelin Holiday Cottage, Llanwrtyd Wells, Mid Wales

Bronfelin Holiday Cottage
Abergwesyn Road
Llanwrtyd Wells
Mid Wales

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Bronfelin Holiday Cottage is located in the hamlet of Llanwrtyd, with beautiful views across the Irfon Valley. On the Southern Boundary of Cambrian Mountains the area offers breathtaking scenary to be enjoyed whether by foot, bike, horse or 4x4. The cottage is 1.5 miles from Llanwrtyd Wells, which offers fine restaurants, Pubs and Shops, 20 minutes drive from the Royal Welsh Show Ground and hosts the World Bog Snorkeling Championships and Man V Horse Marathon, to name a few events.Bronfelin was fully restored in 2008 using Welsh slate tiles, Laura Ashley Fabrics and Feather and Black Furniture. Fully central heated, with a wood burning stove and a Rayburn Range, you'll be kept cosy even on the sharpest of winter evenings. The accommodation sleeps five. It is offered as a master bedroom with a king size oak bed with an en-suite shower room, a twin room which can be set up as a king size double bed and a single room, which share a family bathroom on the first floor. The kitchen is fully equipped with a Rayburn range, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine. In the lounge there is a wood burning stove, flat screen DVD player, CD stereo with iPod docking station, board games and book library.

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