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Two Bed Cosy Cottage in heart of Waterfall Country
Entire cottage · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1.5 bathrooms

Two Bed Cosy Cottage in heart of Waterfall CountryNestled in the heart of South Wales’ famous Waterfall Country, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, Golwg Y Ddinas is the ideal retreat for outdoor adventures or a restorative break. The newly renovated cottage features two double bedrooms, a modern bathroom, spacious living room, and well equipped kitchen. The property is kitted out with modern amenities, including WiFi and smart heating, and offers off-road parking spaces. A cosy, comfortable cottage, ideal for small groups, families or couples.

Swn y Gwynt Holiday Annexe
Entire guest suite · 4 guests · 4 beds · 1.5 bathrooms

Swn y Gwynt Holiday AnnexeThis cottage is attached to the family home with its own private side entrance. Panoramic views of Brecon beacons from delightful landscaped garden and patio area. All on ground level, with ramps and a wet room style bathroom, this property has accessibility for less mobile visitors. Deeper cleaning procedures are being adopted between guests

Ty Glannant - cosy house, close to waterfalls.
Entire residential home · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1.5 bathrooms

Ty Glannant - cosy house, close to waterfalls.Ty Glannant is a recently renovated stone house built in 1900. The house is situated in a great location to explore some of the best attractions in South Wales. A short walk will take you to Waterfall country and the entrance to Sgwd Gwladys, as well as many other fantastic countryside walks within the Brecon Beacons National Park. A short drive will take you to Pen Y Fan, Dan yr Ogof Caves, Zipworld Tower, Bike Park Wales and the beautiful Gower coastline.

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Popular amenities for Cefn Rhigos holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Harri the horse box hosted by Leanna
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Bethel Nook, a cosy stay in the Welsh Valleys
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Waterfall Country Apartments - Craig Y Nos
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THE STABLES secluded in woods with GAMES Barn
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New to 2021 Pod Nancy with Hot Tub near Waterfalls
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Llia Cysglyd
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HETTY The Horse Box hosted by Leanna
  1. Entire cottage
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Ty Aderyn, Hirwaun, Brecon Beacons, Sleeps 10
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Relaxing space close to some of Wales’ hotspots
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Woodland View

Top-rated things to do in Cefn Rhigos

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  • Andy's Amazing Eight Waterfalls
    Andy's Amazing Waterfalls Walk is a 15km day with 400m of ascent and is over often rough, muddy and broken ground but doable by most although some feel pretty tired at the end of the day. We visit eight waterfalls of note and several smaller falls too. One of the waterfalls is available to walk behind as that is where the footpath takes us! Andy has been delivering walks at this location for over thirty years and his knowledge of the area, it's industrial heritage and it's natural environments, will be his to share with you as you take in the best valley walks in Brecon Beacons National Park! Lilly said 'Andy is simply an amazing person! He’s an excellent guide, delivering amazing outdoor activities in Wales. Being new to Wales, joining Andy’s tours has been for me a great opportunity to get to know Wales. The 8 waterfalls walk is wonderfully led by Andy whose expertise perfectly matches with the beauty of the place.' Andy is assisted on this walk by Kate who is a keen walker and has been joining Wales Outdoors on many adventures since 2017. Other things to note We may change the route to suit conditions on the day but you'll always see a good few waterfalls :) Dogs are very welcome Walking boots please Warm layers and waterproofs essential You'll need a good packed lunch We don't cancel due to weather unless it is unsafe to drive
    From Price:£45/person
  • See the Brecon Beacons At Night
    A wonderful and rare opportunity to see the Brecon Beacons in all its truly night – time glory. The Brecon Beacons National Park is a registered Dark Sky Reserve. In fact it’s often described as a five million star hotel – and we’d love to show you why. Meeting at a place that is most convenient for you, I will give a short talk on First Aid and Health and Safety. Then we'll set off! On the way I’ll tell you about the history of the park and point out some of it’s features, and at the top we’ll spend some time taking in the beauty of the stars, constellations and planets that I’ll point out to you. Oh – and we’ll enjoy some of my amazing hot chocolate too! We do this because we enjoy it, and we do all we can to ensure that you do too. Take a look at our reviews – we think they bear us out. So we take our time, enjoy the walk and hopefully when we come down, we’ll part as friends. Other things to note: This event can go ahead in all weathers, but we tailor things to you. If the weather forecast says it’s too risky or dangerous, then we won’t take you up – and in those circumstances we make sure you’re refunded in full. Equally if it’s safe but cloudy, we can try a different date, or make sure you’re refunded in full. Alternatively if you want to come along to experience the thrill of hiking the mountains at night, stars or no stars, then come along with us!
    From Price:£45/person
  • Walk the magical 4 waterfalls valley
    Let us show you this place of immense beauty. This 5.5 mile guided walk/hike along rocky paths takes you along riverside scenery, with steep sided wooded valleys and four breath-taking waterfalls. In a National Park renowned for its sweeping, barren, high altitude scenery, mountain lovers are in danger of missing out on this hidden gem. This beautiful valley, where 4 stunning waterfalls are within a relatively short walk of each other is a truly unique location like no other in the UK. The highlight of the area is 'Sgwd yr Eira' waterfall, where you'll venture right behind the gushing torrent of water, a truly unique and memorable experience that you won't forget.
    From Price:£48/person
  • Brecon's Waterfalls and the Fairy Glen
    We'll start our experience by meeting in the village of Pontneddfechan where I will give a brief chat about safety and health / first aid. Then we'll set off! We will follow one of the four rivers in the Beautiful Waterfalls area of the Brecon Beacons, through the shaded valley that encompasses the Elidir Trail - the Fairly Glen - visiting some of the most dramatic waterfalls in the National Park including Sgwd Gwladus where'll I'll talk to you about the legend of the Princess, and Sgwd Ddwli. Then we will make our way to 'the Bridge by the Little Mill' where we'll stop lunch. After our break we will return back to Pontneddfechan where I can recommend a local hostelry for child - friendly post - walk refreshment! We do this because we enjoy it, and we do all we can to ensure that you do too. Take a look at our reviews – we think they bear us out. So we take our time, enjoy the walk and hopefully when it comes to an end, we’ll part as friends. Other things to note The walk to the picnic site will take around two hours at a gentle pace
    From Price:£40/person
  • Hiking above Talybont-on-Usk
    Your day will start and end in the little village of Talybont on Usk, we will leave the village using one historic route and return by another. It will be a day of extremes with one half of the day in the mountains with the second half watching wild foul on the canal. As we climb gently into the mountains we will visit a herb garden and learn about the historic route we are following and how it would have been used in its day. With the weather on our side we will be rewarded with excellent views of the Brecon Beacons National Park at the summit of our peak, all the surrounding mountains and landmarks will be pointed out to you before we start our journey back down towards the Brecon and Monmouth Canal. We will then follow the canal back to the start keeping an eye out for wild life as we walk and learning about the history of the canal. The hike is 16km (10 miles) long with a total ascent of 476m (1,560ft). The pace will always be leisurely with plenty of breaks for snacks, food and pictures. Throughout the day I will impart local knowledge on various topics and draw your attention to amazing things that most will walk by without noticing. All you will need is your hiking gear, a camera and a packed lunch to enjoy the day.
    From Price:£38/person

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