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The stay my wife and I (one room) and adult son (an adjoining room) had was wonderful. The hosts welcomed us and offered many very helpful hints about local special places to see that we did not know about and would not have known about...More
On the day of arrival, we arrived a bit early, because my husband wanted to see the footballgame. The B&Bowners were not amused we arrived early and you almost could call them unfriendly. As Dutch as we are we like strong coffee, so the second...More
My mother and I stayed in the twin room at Rectory Cottage early in September, and were delighted with the charm of this restored 17th century barn (the main part of the house is even older). The room itself was spacious and comfortable, and the...More
Very warm welcome.
Accomodation is fantastic, would love to live there forever.
Location is really peaceful with birds and wildlife galore.
Still thinking about the breakfast - we chose the special's, eggs benedict which was fab.
Would not hesitate to recommend and will be back...More
Despite being conveniently close to 'civilisation' (and indeed the M4) Rectory Cottage's tranquil setting, nestling at the foot of the Brecon Beacons feels a world away. Clean, comfortably rooms and breakfasts which are a cut above the usual B&B fare enhance its appeal, as does...More