Rhydins Fach is opposite Rhydins Fawr accommodation, making it suitable for large families or groups to be nearby.

A perfect retreat for family or friends to get together to relax, Rhydins Fach comprises 2 semi detached cottages which connect together via a lockable connecting door. This gives the bonus of sharing one large property but can shut the door and enjoy some privacy from the rest of the group. Enjoy activities and explore the heritage, culture and countryside in Wales and its borders.

Tucked away in a secluded position amongst the Welsh hills, this rural retreat is perfect for friends or families who want to escape their hectic pace of life. Immerse yourselves in the tranquillity and soak up the views from this charming cottage, located to the north-west of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Walkers and cyclists will be spoilt for choice, as there are a number of routes and trails on the doorstep, whilst wildlife enthusiasts should pack their binoculars. In the evening, prepare to be dazzled by the unspoilt night sky; stargazing is a must before heading inside to snuggle up in front of the wood burner. One of two properties at this location, this beautiful barn conversion is light and airy.

This charming property has been creatively furnished providing stylish accommodation full of interesting features and thoughtful little extras to enhance your comfort during your stay. The property can be one large space sleeping 8 or shut the interlocking door in middle to sleep 4 each side. Downstairs there is a spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner area. The lounge has comfortable sofas to sit on whilst watching the Smart TV/DVD, along with a warming open fire on each side perfect for cosy nights in watching your favourite programmes. The dining area benefits from outstanding countryside views to enjoy over a delicious meal, rustled up with the local ingredients you have purchased on your travels. There are two kitchen areas which are equipped with everything you need to cook up a storm with an electric ovens and hobs, microwaves, fridges, toasters, and dishwashers. There are two utility rooms leading off the kitchens with freezers and washing machines. Adjacent to the utility rooms are two separate WC and two bathrooms with a shower over the bath and wash hand basin. Heading up to the first floor each side, you will find a double room and a twin room, perfect to rest your head after a busy day exploring.
Outside, the enclosed private garden has a lawn and gravel area embracing the uninterrupted views and surrounding countryside with a garden table, chairs and Hot Tub to sit and relax whilst planning the next day’s activities.

There is also parking at the front of the property.

Please note this property has a private water supply. 

There’s no need to plan an adventure whilst staying here; you can just put on your outdoor gear and head off in any direction for a stunning walk. However, if you prefer to plan, then there are lots of options available. Crychan Forest is less than a mile away and is a haven for walkers and cyclists alike, as is Cwm Rhaeadr Forest (10 miles) and the Tywi Valley Path. Llandovery (5 miles) is a lovely market town and well worth a visit, as you can explore its castle ruins, uncover local legends at the museum and discover the area’s delicacies in its independent shops and eateries.