Blaencwm is a beautiful cottage below Hay Bluff, with amazing views and scenery right on your doorstep. The cottage consists of 3 double bedrooms (1 double, 1 double with an extra single bed and 1 twin with with an extra bed).
Relax and unwind after your days activities, cook on the Aga or BBQ and eat out on the terrace or the dining room.
The close proximity to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye and Usk Valleys, mean that most rural activities are available.
Hunting, shooting, river and lake fishing (Gilly available), horse riding, paragliding, regular gliding, rock climbing and abseiling, gorge walking and adventure days, rafting, kayaking, Canadian canoeing, archery, caving and potholing, golfing, mountain biking, mountain boarding, off-road driving, orienteering, paint-balling, quad biking, raft building, rally carting, target shooting, mountain walking and mountain skills, clay pigeon shooting.
Motoring along the wonderful mountain roads, or simply sitting on Llandefalle Common under the Red Kites and Buzzards, watching the Welsh Mountain Ponies in their natural habitat.
It is recommended that the latter activity be experienced with the following essential equipment: 1 large piece of Welsh cheese, a loaf of the local malted granary bread and at least one fine bottle of red.
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From Glasbury take the A438 to Three Cocks.
In Three Cocks take the left turn to Tregoyd. Carry along this road following signs to Tregoyd until you get to a T junction with Tregoyd PGL right in front of you. Turn left. Carry along this road for about 1/2 mile and take the first left (at a crossroads) signposted to Capel Y Ffyn. Drive up this road for about 2 miles, past the signpost saying Capel Y Ffyn Mountain Road. Carry on up the hill for 1/2 mile and you will see a metal hut on your left with a gate next to it. This is the drive way. (If you have gone over a cattle grid you have gone too far.) Drive carefully along the drive and stay right when the track forks off.