Wednesday, 5 August 2015

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk Castle Farm Hay on Wye , Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk
Castle Farm Cottages are a collection of 3 self catering holiday homes that can accommodate a party of up to 30 people.
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Castle Farm, Hay on Wye , Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons (Sleeps 1-30)
The holiday cottages are all separate units allowing guests to enjoy their own privacy while still being able to be part of the large group. Our holiday cottages are located on Castle Farm which is outside of Capel-y-Ffin near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire and are perfect for those who want to explore the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons.
All the bedrooms have big, cosy beds, thick duvets, quality bed linen (please note that towels can be provided as an extra), either freestanding wardrobes or chests of drawers and plenty of homely touches. There are eight altogether, with four extra sets of bunks in the Barns. This is not a house for lovers of en suite facilities, but there are three downstairs bathrooms in the farmhouse and cottage, and a shower room in the main barn.
The Llanthony Valley is a place of magical beauty, history and religion, in the Black Mountains to the north of Abergavenny.
Its 'U' shaped section was created by glacial action many thousands of years ago. The river Honddu rises at the Gospel Pass and flows from Capel-y-ffin down to Llanvihangel Crucorney where a glacial moraine deflects it north-eastwards to join the Monnow at Alltyrynys. Offa's Dyke Path, near the old Anglo-Saxon boundary between Wales and England, runs along the eastern ridge, between the Llanthony and Olchon valleys. In Medieval times, when the churches and priory were built, it was difficult to enter the valley at the southern end as it was thickly wooded and boggy. The early religious settlers and farmers entered the valley from the north, over the Gospel Pass from Hay, or walked across the mountains from Grwyne Fawr or Longtown.
Activities such as riding, canoeing, rock climbing, fishing, cycling and clay shooting are all available within a few miles. Hay-on-Wye is famous for its many bookshops and the annual, literary Hay Festival in May.
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