No extra charges for the fuel and power at this cottage
Try a short break
Winter short breaks can be booked at Beacons Rest
This cottage has the towels and linen included
You have 1 bathrooms at Beacons Rest
You can expect a good level of quality and comfort at Beacons Rest
Reviews of Beacons Rest
These are the reviews for Beacons Rest. There are 14 reviews.
"Beacons Rest" is set in a very quiet and peaceful location, down a single track lane about 2 miles from Brecon town, the property is light and airy, small and compact and is an ideal location to make a base to explore the Brecon Beacons and the surrounding area for a couple, on their own. The Owners of the property are really lovely, we were left, Milk, Butter, fresh fruit and a local Brecon newspaper also some delicious home made honey bread, really lush, nice touch!! Nothing seemed to much ... Mrs Vince (September 2017)
Beautiful location . Property has everything you need. Owners friendly and helpful. Plenty of places to eat in Brecon town and parking was always available. Lots of things to do ,would recommend the Red kite feeding, four waterfalls walk and canal taff trail. Had a lovely holiday. Miss Guest (September 2017)
I had a most enjoyable and peaceful stay. Thoughtful little extras were provided and the bed was very comfortable! Ms Stringer (August 2017)
Beacons Rest is in a beautiful part of Wales with lovely landscape and scenery and plenty of walks right on the doorstep. The owners went over and above to welcome us to their property, which is an annex to their house, sited above their garage and accessed by some outside steps at the rear. This was fine for us but would not be very suitable for anyone with mobility problems, who struggles with stairs. On arrival we were given a freshly baked home made loaf which was really tasty. There was fresh milk, tea bags, etc in the room and everything was extremely clean. The bed was comfortable with lovely cotton sheets, there were beautiful thick towels, even the loo rolls and kitchen roll were of top quality. The room is a studio with a small 2 hob electric cooker and an all in one microwave/oven/grill, which we did use to cook with although cooking space was limited. Wifi signal was limited, however the owners could overcome this with an extender. Overall we had a lovely peaceful and tranquil few days at this property and would definitely recommend it. Mr Voss (August 2017)
Comfortable and more than adequate for a short stay. Very relaxing ambience. Mrs Gaylor from Whitstable (September 2016)
Beacon's Rest was good in every way - frendly and welcoming owners, good facilities, comfortable and with everything one would need during a stay. Kitchen facilities good - no oven but twin microwave/grill covered all types for cooking. Fridge freezer allowed food to be bought and kept or frozen until needed. The location was great for visiting places within the National Park and further afield - South Wales including Cardiff. Brecon itself is right on the doorstep with ample car parking and three supermarkets. Location itself on the edge of the river on a 'no through road' meant it was extremely quiet and peaceful. TV worked fine - during my stay the Olympics were on and I was able to watch all I wanted. I would certainly recommend Beacon's Rest to anyone wanting a peaceful and relaxing break amidst lovely scenery. Ms Trussell from Wrexham (August 2016)
The accommodation was exactly as described and perfect for a quiet, peaceful getaway for two and for exploring the local countryside. The riverside walk was pretty and abundant with wildlife. Our hosts were helpful and friendly throughout our stay without being intrusive. Mrs Goodeve from Lincoln (July 2016)
Studio-size unusual-format accommodation, this little hideaway gem is excellent. Discreet, helpful owners on site. Tucked away down a lane with fields above and river below, it has charm and calm to chill out. The nearby town is blessedly free from the high street, the surrounding beacons, waterway and villages almost mysterious! A one-off quality experience but one you will hanker after returning to. Curiously addictive. Mr Shaw from Market Rasen (October 2015)
We particularly liked the peace and tranquillity made for a perfect relaxing break and an ideal base for exploring the beautiful Brecon Beacons,also the very friendly welcome on arrival. Mr Elliott from Dereham (August 2015)
We would certainly recommend this well appointed property for a lovely relaxing break. Set in a wonderful quiet location and an ideal base for walks and visiting the surrounding areas. It was well equipped with everything you would need in the kitchen, bathroom and living area. On arrival we not only received a warm welcome, but also fresh flowers and freshly made home baked bread. We would definitely go again. Mr Auton from Hartlepool (September 2014)
The owners were helpful. We felt comfortable and welcome and found a high level of cleanliness in the property. It was a useful and peaceful base from which to attend the jazz festival. Mrs Gaines from London (August 2014)
Excellent cosy accommodation for two, with good access to Brecon Beacons, and other attractions in the area. Overall a great location. Mr Rayner from Fareham (September 2013)
It was our first trip to Wales, and we were amazed at how beautiful it was. Beacons Rest is perfectly located for full access to Brecon and the surrounding area. Whilst small the apartment is perfectly organised, and has everything you could need. It was also incredibly clean. Ms Batchelor from Harpenden (August 2013)
I had such a lovely stay at Beacons Rest. The facilities were clean, comfortable, homely and perfectly adequate for my stay. Miss Welsh from London (March 2013)
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