This terraced cottage in Pontneddfechan near Glynneath in the Brecon Beacons National Park sleeps six people in two bedrooms.
This ground floor annexe, attached to the owners' home in Cefn Rhigos, can sleep four people in one bedroom and a sofa bed.
This detached cottage is located in the village of Penderyn in the Brecon Beacons and sleeps ten people in five bedrooms.
This detached, cabin-style cottage is next to the owner's home on the outskirts of the village of Ystradgynlais and sleeps two adults in one bedroom.
This country-style pub has been converted into a large accommodation resting in the village of Cwmtwrch, and can sleep 16 people in six rooms.
This pretty detached cottage is on the outskirts of the village of Cwmgors, six miles form the town of Ammanford in South Wales, opposite the owner's home and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
This terrace cottage is set in the heart of the village of Cwmgors, near to the town of Ammanford in South Wales, and can sleep nine guests in five bedrooms.
With a cosy sitting room, a well-equipped sunny kitchen with dining area, and three comfortable bedrooms – able to sleep five people in one double, one twin and one single room – this is a great house for families, couples, or a group of friends.
This semi detached bungalow is located in the village of Cwmgors near Ammanford and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
This cottage is situated near the village of Brecon, by Hay-on-Wye, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This charming annexe, attached to the owner's home in Bryncethin near Bridgend can sleep two people in one bedroom.
Located on the edge of the stunning parkland this unique stone cottage has been renovated to a high standard is decidedly spacious and is surrounded by 1 000 acres of rolling countryside and deer park. Situated opposite Margam Abbey at the end of a quiet no-through road the cottage benefits …
Sleeping two people, this cosy first floor studio apartment is in a quiet location two miles from Brecon.
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