Resting on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, this unusual style property was once a public house serving food and drinks to the local community; the traditional Old Tredegar Arms is now a large accommodation boasting well-appointed family rooms and spacious living areas.
Ideal for those who are lovers of the outdoors and motorcycle activities, seeking a comfortable holiday let, in which to fully relax with the family after thrilling adventures to the Gower and Brecon Beacons National Park.
Step straight into the lounge, which was once part of the social bar area, offering comfy sofas for the whole group to gather together around a cosy woodburner.
The utilitarian-style kitchen is fully appointed with everything you could possibly require throughout your stay.
From here you can access the dining room, which has ample seating for big groups to comfortably dine together morning, through to evening.
For those who have limited mobility, the ground floor family room provides easy access for wheelchair/disabled guests, with level floors and handrails in the adjoining shower room.
The bedrooms all comprise en-suite facilities for your convenience, along with zip and link beds, so you can alternate your sleeping arrangements with ease, should you wish.
Up on the first floor along the sweeping corridors, the spacious family rooms are enhanced by bright, reviving off-white shades and lovely bedding to finish the ensemble in a stylish fashion.
One of the family rooms even boasts a nicely appointed kitchenette, so you can make yourselves a cup of tea or coffee in the morning before heading downstairs.
Outside you can enjoy the gentle flow of the river alongside the old alehouse, with plenteous space to park up your cars and/or motorcycles, and the village pub rests only two minutes away.
Enjoy an elegant stroll along the river bank and take in the beautiful scenery of Cwmtwrch, there are many walking trails and beaches to discover.
You won't be disappointed at a stay in this unique, tastefully presented property in a delightful region of South Wales.
Six bedrooms: 1 x ground floor family room with a super-king size double and twin beds (zip/link can be two sets of twins on request) with en-suite shower room with disabled access, 1 x family room with super-king size double and twin beds (zip/link can be two sets of twins on request) with en-suite shower room, 3 x super-king size doubles (zip/link can be twins on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with a woodburner. Drying room.
About the location
Swansea 15 miles.
Cwmtwrch is a small village, divided into Upper and Lower Cwmtwrch due to a now disused railway line. The name of the village translates as "Valley of the Wild Boar", which derives from “Twrch Trwyth” - a mythical wild boar of King Arthur’s legends. Cwmtwrch boasts pubs, a shop, two natural springs, which many believe hold healing powers, plus the beautiful River Twrch, which runs through the village offering Brown Trout and Salmon fishing, while lovely countryside walks can be enjoyed along the river bank. The village also offers access to the network of Miner’s Trails which wind their way through a variety of terrains and scenery throughout the Cwmtwrch area, and extend into the south eastern mountain range of the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering great walking for all abilities. Within easy driving distance are the nationally-acclaimed Waterfall Country within the Neath Vale, the beaches and impressive surf of Aberavon and Swansea, and a little further, the beautiful Gower Peninsula and Carmarthenshire coastline.