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Cottages in Aberdare

Blaen-nant-y-groes Farm Cottages
Cwmbach
Aberdare
South Wales

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A Welsh hill farm for more than 300 years, the farm is situated above Cwmbach Village, Aberdare, with stunning views over the Dare Valley. Blaen-nant-y-groes Farm Cottages offer the highest quality holiday cottages throughout Aberdare, Swansea.Situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The town of Aberdare is five minutes away, has a covered market and a variety of shops including Tesco and Asda supermarkets. Swansea and the Gower coast are 40 minutes drive. Cardiff, the Millennium Centre and Stadium are 30 minutes drive and both Cwmbach and Aberdare railway stations are 5 minutes away with trains every 30 minutes to the capital. The market town of Brecon with its international jazz festival, agricultural and farmers market and antique shops, is 30 minutes away.Stunning views can be enjoyed from the windows of the south facing cottages which look directly across the valley and down to the twinkling lights of Aberdare. Each cottage has secure parking and its own semi-secluded outside barbeque area with comfortable furniture where one can relax and enjoy summer and winter sunshine at leisure.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 14:00 to 22:00. Check Out is by 10:00. We are a no smoking accommodation. We can accept pets. Children are welcome, Travel Cots can provided.

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