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Traditional stone coach house set in a gated courtyard
Take a dip in the wood-fired tea cup!
Step into the large welcoming lounge
Curl up in front of the open fireplace
Lots of original features adding character throughout
A stylish kitchen with woodland views
A dining area that's just perfect for entertaining
Well-equipped to test the best of chefs
A spacious entrance hall with solid oak staircase
Attention to detail throughout
Spacious master bedroom with high ceilings and exposed beams
Enjoy a good night's rest
The large four-poster bed takes centre stage
Stylish en-suite shower room
A beautiful double bedroom finished with soft colours
Traditional touches throughout
Freshly laundered bedding and towels provided
A homely space
Family bathroom
Surprisingly spacious bunk bedroom
A traditional ground floor WC
Enjoy a light lunch within the gated courtyard
Pretty surroundings
View towards the rear of the property
The patio beautifully lit up at night
Step over the bridge to explore the naturally landscaped gardens
Pretty walk way leading to the hot tub
Pretty planting
This can be a great holiday for your dog too
Beautiful handcrafted logs makes for a great seating area
Meet the neighbours
1 / 31  Traditional stone coach house set in a gated courtyard
2 / 31  Take a dip in the wood-fired tea cup!
3 / 31  Step into the large welcoming lounge
4 / 31  Curl up in front of the open fireplace
5 / 31  Lots of original features adding character throughout
6 / 31  A stylish kitchen with woodland views
7 / 31  A dining area that's just perfect for entertaining
8 / 31  Well-equipped to test the best of chefs
9 / 31  A spacious entrance hall with solid oak staircase
10 / 31  Attention to detail throughout
11 / 31  Spacious master bedroom with high ceilings and exposed beams
12 / 31  Enjoy a good night's rest
13 / 31  The large four-poster bed takes centre stage
14 / 31  Stylish en-suite shower room
15 / 31  A beautiful double bedroom finished with soft colours
16 / 31  Traditional touches throughout
17 / 31  Freshly laundered bedding and towels provided
18 / 31  A homely space
19 / 31  Family bathroom
20 / 31  Surprisingly spacious bunk bedroom
21 / 31  A traditional ground floor WC
22 / 31  Enjoy a light lunch within the gated courtyard
23 / 31  Pretty surroundings
24 / 31  View towards the rear of the property
25 / 31  The patio beautifully lit up at night
26 / 31  Step over the bridge to explore the naturally landscaped gardens
27 / 31  Pretty walk way leading to the hot tub
28 / 31  Pretty planting
29 / 31  This can be a great holiday for your dog too
30 / 31  Beautiful handcrafted logs makes for a great seating area
31 / 31  Meet the neighbours

Trewyn Coach House

Abergavenny (5.5 mls N), Brecon Beacons
Sleeps 7
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Pub nearby
Family friendly
Four Poster
Quirky
Off the beaten track
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A traditional stone coach house set within mature gardens at the foot of the black mountains
  • A haven for walkers with access to a wealth of well waymarked paths
  • Relax and enjoy the open fire when catching up with family and friends
  • Take a soak in the wood fired hot tub, overlooking the mature gardens
  • Set within The Brecon Beacons National Park an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • An area steeped in history with many castles and historic market towns to explore
Property code: 54012

Set within a small hamlet at the foot of the Black Mountains within the National Park, this traditional coach house is just perfect for family and friends to get together whatever the time of year.

The small hamlet of Trewyn just a mile from Pandy sits at the foot of the Black Mountains, offering an idyllic location that you will struggle to leave, this peaceful hamlet is well served by the local villages, with a village inn in Pandy and a well-stocked village store in Longtown. For walkers why not explore the Black Mountains and join the Offa’s Dyke pathway which will take you deeper into the countryside. Ideal for touring with the market town of Abergavenny with a regular farmers market and food festival, Crickhowell nestled within the Usk Valley and Hay-on-Wye with an eclectic range of book shops that all celebrate the book festivals throughout the year.

Open the solid wooden gates onto the cobbled courtyard and take a moment to take in beauty of the building. The large open hallway is inviting with a bench for you to sit and leave your boots behind, the handcrafted oak staircase takes centre stage, with an opening that leads you into the lounge, beautifully furnished with classic sofas, colourful cushions and woollen rugs covering the flagstone floors. Further complimented by the large glazed doors opening onto the courtyard and open fire set ready to light when enjoying a favourite movie on the TV/DVD. For entertaining step off the hallway into the kitchen/diner, set to the rear of the house with a well-equipped kitchen enjoying views onto the naturally landscaped grounds, take advantage of the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A breakfast bar divides the room with an area for dining, with a table that will comfortably seat eight guests. There is access to the garden along with a ground floor WC. So, when the day is done, climb the solid oak staircase where you will find three bedrooms. A double with ornate four poster bed enjoying views onto the gardens and an en-suite shower room with rainfall shower and WC. A double with views onto the courtyard and a triple room with handcrafted built-in cabin beds, the room is made up of 2 lower level 4' wide beds and one single top bunk. We would advise the top bunk to the right as you enter the room is not suitable for children as there is no bed guard and what looks like a fourth bed in this room is only 4ft long and again not suitable for adults or small children to sleep in and has no bed guard. There is a bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC on this floor.

The gardens surround the rear of the property, they are naturally landscaped and great to explore with babbling brooks and hidden benches along the way, there is a terrace set to the side where you can sit and soak in the wood fired hot tub. And for al fresco dining enjoy the gated courtyard where you have a BBQ area, firepit, table and chairs ready to dine. There is parking for three cars.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 four poster double, 1 double and 1 triple (we would advise the top bunk to the right as you enter the room is not suitable for children as there is no bed guard and what looks like a fourth bed in this room is only 4ft long and again not suitable for adults or small children to sleep in and has no bed guard).
  • 1 bathroom, 1 en-suite shower and 1 separate WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Open fire - logs included
  • Electric and underfloor heating included
  • A cot can be provided upon request
  • Wood fired hot tub - logs included
  • Off-road parking for 3 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Shops 4 miles and pub 1 mile
  • TV/DVD in the lounge

This property is personally managed by Mikaela.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.9
Overall comfort
4.9
Overall location
4.8

Reviewed by Jane 28th June 2019

Amazing place to stay couldnt say anything less than 100% - Valentine the owner was lovely and neighbours also very friendly - will be back again !

Reviewed by Karyne 21st June 2019

Gorgeous house with comfortable beds and great pillows. Very well equipped kitchen and the tub tub is unique and fun (though takes hours to warm up). The stream and outdoor space at the back of the house is nice and relaxing and the patio space with the fire pit at the front was excellent.

Reviewed by Lorraine 6th May 2019

Absolutely lovely location - you really need a car to visit places and it is a fair walk to nearest pub but that wasn't an issue for us. The bedroom has a wonderful view and to wake up to just the noise of a stream and birds is wonderful.

Reviewed by Katie 8th March 2019

We had such a lovely time at the coach house. It is really comfortable and has everything you could possibly need. Perfect for families. We will be back as soon as we can.

Reviewed by Janette 1st March 2019

A beautiful coach house, in a lovely location. Great for cycling and walking. The house was incredibly well equipped, it was like home from home. We were made to feel very welcome, and the cake, eggs and milk were a lovely touch. Lots of helpful information available, and great communication from the owner. The hot tub took a while to warm (wood fiRead morered) but was well worth the wait! We would definitely recommend and would like to return. Hide

Reviewed by Mervyn 15th February 2019

The Coach House oozed good taste and attention to detail. All the fixtures and fittings were of the highest quality. The owners had not skimped whereas others, for a 'rental' property, may have chosen cheaper options. All the equipment we needed was there and again demonstrated good taste and quality. We would definitely recommend this pretty to frRead moreiends. Hide

Reviewed by Elizabeth 1st February 2019

Everything to the highest standard.

Reviewed by Claire 2nd November 2018

A very well equipped and comfortable cottage with a definite wow factor, the interior is beautiful and very well thought through. Amazingly close to the hills but also close enough to civilisation. The owner was close by and very helpful without being intrusive.

Reviewed by Sharon 26th October 2018

WE WERE GREETED WITH FRESH FLOWERS, HOME CADE CAKE AND FRESH EGGS WHAT A GREAT START TO A FANTASTIC COACH HOUSE TREWYN. FROM THE MOMENT WE WALKED THROUGH THE DOOR WE WERE WELCOMED WITH WARM FURNISHINGS, GREAT SPACE, THOUGHFUL DECORATIONS, FRESH LINEN, LIGHT AIRY AND WANTED TO SPEND MORE THAN A WEEK AWAY.

Reviewed by Emma 11th October 2018

Excellent communication and flexibility from the owner and representative. Gorgeous setting, private with walks on the doorstep. The impression was that the owner had put thought and attention into every aspect of the cottage, contents and information. We really felt welcomed and at home. In many years of the 5 of us going away together we all feltRead more this was the best place we had stayed. Hide

Reviewed by Simon 28th September 2018

A really comfortable and extremely well equipped cottage in a very peaceful location. Our dogs had an equally great time, both at the cottage and exploring the surrounding hill walks.

Reviewed by Pauline 21st September 2018

What a perfect and outstandingly beautiful retreat. Valentine has lovingly created a stunning and luxurious home with so many thoughtful touches and it's completely dog friendly too! Loved relaxing by the log fire after long walks and really didn't want to leave. Lots to explore around Trewyn - great places to visit & eat or enjoy finding local proRead moreduce and using the fantastic kitchen. Valentine has thought of everything you (and the dogs) might need. Can't wait for our return visit. Hide

Reviewed by Lynda 7th September 2018

This is a beautifully placed cottage, close to Abergavenny and lovely walks, with a nice pub on the turning to the coach house. Big spacious and a small wood in the garden, dogs loved it.

Reviewed by Vikki 18th August 2018

Perfect location perfect house and gardens!

Reviewed by Jacqui 10th August 2018

Absolutely lovely house with everything you could imagine or want to use - very well equipped kitchen and even extra touches for our dog! Gorgeous garden with stream and various dens which the children loved and close to several tourist attractions like the Big Pitt. The owner is lovely too. Definitely hope to return!

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Traditional stone coach house set in a gated courtyard
Take a dip in the wood-fired tea cup!
Step into the large welcoming lounge
Curl up in front of the open fireplace
Lots of original features adding character throughout
A stylish kitchen with woodland views
A dining area that's just perfect for entertaining
Well-equipped to test the best of chefs
A spacious entrance hall with solid oak staircase
Attention to detail throughout
Spacious master bedroom with high ceilings and exposed beams
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Location

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