Views from farmhouse over local fields and mountains in Brecon Beacons National Park - Dog Friendly Cottage in Wales

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Views from farmhouse over local fields and mountains in Brecon Beacons National Park

Farm Grounds

Valley Views
& Countryside

Craig y Nos Farm sits in 23 acres of its own fields and land. There are extensive views all around and no neighbours visible other than another farm to the north of the entrance drive.

Generally the fields are free to walk around, though occasionally there are sheep in a couple of the larger fields. You can walk your dogs off the lead in the fenced in fields away from any livestock. See more dog walks


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Most of the fields are sheep-wire fenced, so choose an empty field or two to walk around.

At the top of the steep field there is a private waterfall, from which a stream runs down one side of the farm's land (see stream


“Peace, perfect peace!”  5 of 5 stars  Reviewed 19 October 2013

Well, I don't know where to start! I think the title says it all.

Without doubt the best holiday I/we(including the 3 dogs) have ever had. Driving down the track to the farm, I was begining to worry, why?

Set in 27 acres of its own land, the farm house is in the middle of no-where! No need to panic though, on reaching the house, the pressures of work and everyday life started to fade away almost instantly. The grounds and surrounding area summed up the whole week......LOVELY.

The farm house itself is not for everyone, BUT if you want a place to go to relax, chill out and get away from the madding crowd, then this is the place. The facilities at the farm house are execellant (our opinion). A roaring wood burner, three comfy sofas, and a decent kitchen, three bedrooms with comfy beds, all this AND Linen and towels provided, what more could you ask.

We can't wait to go back, so if you looking for something out of the way, this is the place. OH, by the way, you have to visit the Ancient Briton pub which is 35 minutes walk across the fields(not sure what the walk will be like in the snow!), good food, good drink and a warm welcome from the landlord.

Room Tip: Go for the four poster if you get the chance.

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