Dog friendly holiday cottage, in a beautiful part of Wales, located between the Brecon Beacons National Park and Gower beaches. Spacious open plan living space space, huge log fire, impressive bathrooms and great outdoor space.
A charming cottage on the outskirts of Pontardawe. The property has been well renovated and was very clean and warm. The small enclosed yard with the property was ideal for our dog and the bike store a helpful touch. Peter was an attentive host and the one issue we did raise was resolved quickly and courteously.Simon1 month ago
The cottage is cosy and has everything you need for a relaxing and enjoyable stay, there's lots of leaflets on things to do nearby or just put your feet up in front of the log fire and read a book! The kitchen is well equipped making it as enjoyable to eat in as well as go out. The whole place is truly a home from home.Natasha1 month ago
We couldn’t have asked for a better base for exploring, than Peter’s charming cottage! The space inside and out was beautifully clean and cosy (the wood burner was well used after long days exploring the mountains and valleys! Our 2 dogs especially loved curling up in front of it!) Thoughtful touches such as local guide books and instructions were really beneficial! We wouldn’t hesitate to stay again when we are next in the area 🙂Alisa2 months ago
Fantastic cosy cottage with great facilities and a warming log burner, constant supply of logs and fully equipped kitchen, convenient parking space and oodles of ideas and clear directions for local walks and attractions. Nice, friendly local pub a 15 minute walk away and small local shop for emergencies. Highly recommendVictoria2 months ago
This place is fantastic for walkers wanting woodlands, waterfalls, beaches and mountains all on the doorstep. There are some really interesting local walks too if you don’t want to venture too far. The cottage is wonderful, clean and cosy. A very special place!Joanna5 months ago
Charming little cottage for human friends and doggy friends. Superb wood burner, stylish and clean little holiday hideaway.Simon6 months ago
We had a really wonderful stay at Graig cottage. It was lovely and cosy inside, but plenty of room for the 5 of us. It was perfectly clean and we had everything we needed. The garden area and front of the cottage is very pretty. We visited the Brecon Beacons and the Gower beaches which are just a short drive from the cottage. I would definitely stay here again and will be recommending to friends and family!Jen7 months ago
A lovely well equipped cottage. This cottage had everything we needed for a short stay and was the perfect base to explore the surrounding areas. The outside eating space is an added bonus along with the bike store that we were able to use. The whole family (2 adults, 2 children and 1 dog) loved our stay and would definitely recommend the cottage.Rachel7 months ago
Great location with Gower south and Brecon north. Lovely cottage, perfect for our family.Colin7 months ago
Lovely, family friendly house. Lots of bedroom space, tv, 2 bathrooms (fabulous tub), big/well appointed kitchen, beautiful outdoor eating space, good parking for 2 small cars, & quiet neighbourhood. We visited Craig Y Nos (castle & grounds), Showcaves, Careg Cannen Castle, Woebly Castle, Caswell Bay beach (as recommended by the friendly neighbour across the street !), Mumbles & pier, and Henrhyd Falls hike (Batman cave !). A wonderful family holiday !Young Family of 5 From Leduc, Alberta, CanadaDonna8 months ago
Despite the rain we had a great time staying in the cottage. Lovely and clean and very comfortable. In a great location for some beautiful walks and scenery. The dogs enjoyed it just as much as we did. Would highly recommend this cottage.Louise8 months ago
Such a lovely place! Excellent location, close to the Brecon Beacons and a scenic drive to the Gower. The house was surprisingly big, well equipped and immaculately clean. My friends and I stayed here over the May bank holiday weekend and were blessed with some beautiful weather. The outside area is quite the suntrap and we enjoyed a few sun-soaked breakfasts and took full advantage of alfresco dining in the evenings. All in all, would definitely recommend! Many thanks, Peter.Kat10 months ago
Easy to check-in and out. The house was beautifully warm, very well equipped, beds incredibly comfortable, towels like new, lovely quiet situation. Peter had left lots of information about where to go with tips and advice which was incredibly useful and much appreciated. We have no complaints at all - far exceeded our expectations. We shall return.Sarah1 year ago
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Guests x 6 max
1 x Double, 1 x Twin, 1 x Bunk
1 x Bathroom, 1 x Wetroom
For those who like things to be local there are lots of lovely walks straight from the door. The Swansea Canal with its wildlife trail is 5 mins away. Another 5 minutes will take you to the River Tawe where you can stroll or picnic beside the river, sometimes spotting one of our resident herons fishing there. The traffic free and very scenic Cwmtawe Cycleway is a great way to travel then length of the valley. Up on the hill behind the cottages, public footpaths criss-cross over farm and moorland and through Coed Alltacham with delightful views across the valley and up to the Brecon Beacons.
Further afield, in both Brecon Beacons and along the Gower coast, you can enjoy walking at its most rewarding, from leisurely strolls to more serious hill walking. We have dedicated walkers’ drying rooms, equipped with background heating for drying outdoor gear and a comprehensive selection of walking maps and guide books as well as our own personal recommendations on the great range of walks that can be enjoyed all year round. The Gower coast is as wonderful in winter as in summer and there is nothing to compare with being on top of Pen Y Fan on a crisp, sunny February day!
And if you forgotten to plan ahead there several good restaurants nearby eg. The Butchers Arms , The Ynysmeudwy Arms as well as excellent, great value Indian and Chinese takeaways that offer home delivery.