The Cabin is a detached lodge based on Nant Moel Isaf Farm in a secluded countryside location near the town of Pontardawe, South Wales.
Peacefully placed away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this remote log cabin serves as the perfect romantic getaway.
Accessed via a quiet country track, park outside the property and simply admire the awe-inspiring views.
Step up into the lodge and into its tastefully decorated living area, stylish and open-plan with thoughtful touches to make you feel right at home.
The stylish kitchen is well-appointed and also hosts a delightful breakfast bar where you can enjoy those hearty home-cooked meals together.
Just off of the living area lies a spacious shower room with a double walk-in shower, and the beautifully finished king-size bedroom boasting a quirky window looking back through the living room and out towards the picturesque valley beyond.
Experience this incredible setting perfectly with the areas outside of The Cabin; you can choose to sit on the decking with a drink and a good book, or relax in the hot tub and stargaze with a nice glass of bubbly to top it all off.
Pontardawe is just a short drive away, providing you with a selection of amenities to choose from, including a number of pubs with live music for a night of fun and laughter.
The surrounding area abounds in things to see and do; from the astounding Brecon Beacons National Park and the Afan Foreset Park, to shopping and coastal views at Swansea and Llanelli.
A welcoming cottage in a location with something for everybody.
The Cabin is the perfect escape for those keen walkers, cyclists and bird watchers
All ground floor. One king-size double bed. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area and sofabed.
About the location
Neath 5.5 miles; Swansea 8.5 miles; Llanelli 17 miles
A lovely town in the Vale of Glamorgan, near Swansea. Pontardawe provides a small range of amenities including a number of pubs playing live music, the pretty Swansea Canal runs along side it. The town sits in an ideal spot for exploring South Wales as it sits in between the breath-taking Brecon Beacons National Park and the stunning city of Swansea, making it a great location for visitors of all tastes. The nearby Afan Forest Park also offers a fun day out, with a number of walking and cycling trails as well as a mining museum.