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Ty Owain Glyndwr

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Nr. Brecon Beacons National Park (View Location on a map)
8 Guests
4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Accepts 2 Dogs
£981 7 Night Breaks From
£17.52 Average Per Person Per Night
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Ty Owain Glyndwr was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Ty Owain Glyndwr too!

  • Luxury modern house that sleeps 8 
  • Set on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Large hot tub set in private grounds
  • Only 45-minutes from the golden sandy beaches of Gower
  • Pet-Friendly with enclosed garden

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Rated 5/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Hot Tub
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Luxury
  • Family Friendly
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Pubs Nearby

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About Ty Owain Glyndwr

Carefree holidays are waiting to be had in this modern well-equipped house. Spacious and versatile, the discerning owners have provided everything you need to kick back and relax. Flat screen TV's in every room and a large Hot Tub in the private grounds add a luxurious touch. Ideal for family celebrations and groups of friends.

  • Situated in a small village on the edge of The Beacons Beacons National Park, the cosmopolitan town of Swansea is just a short drive away. The Gower Peninsula, Tenby and Pembrokeshire are all within easy reach for exhilarating day trips.
  • The house is large, airy, comfortable, and can easily accommodate 8 adults. The ground floor layout is made for entertaining. There is a large kitchen diner with direct access onto the patio and hot tub area. Imagine yourself sinking into the luxury tub after a day exploring the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park, or a trip to Swansea Marina and The Mumbles Seafront.
  • The dining room is separate and fantastic for dinner parties. After dinner retire to the elegant lounge, gather around the piano for a sing song and the good times will roll into the night.
  • On the first floor are 4 good sized bedrooms with a flat screen TV in room. There are 2 bathrooms and the Master Suite has an En-Suite making life easy for everyone. The beds can be configured as twins or super kings in three rooms.


Luxury modern house. Sleeps 8. Pet friendly. Ideal for exploring Gower and The Brecon Beacons.

Layout & Further Information

4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8 adults with 3 bathrooms. 

First Floor

Master bedroom Super King Size bed/ Twin with En-Suite shower room, mountain views. 2 Double bedrooms with Super King/Twin Beds, 1 Twin Bedroom all on 1st floor. All bedrooms have Flat Screen TV's.

Bathroom with bath, basin, toilet and towel rail.

Wetroom with WC with shower, and basin

Ground Floor

Lounge with designer living flame fire TV, Freesat, DVD Player, Hifi system, piano, large comfortable sofas, and occasional tables. Patio doors onto patio and hot tub area.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Lounge area Large fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher, range cooker, fridge and freezer, breakfast bar with stools. At the rear of the kitchen is a lounge/reading area opening out on to rear patio area.

Utility Washer-Dryer, sink.

Dining Room with table and chairs that can sit up to 8.

Garden Rear enclosed paved area with large luxury hot tub, Gas BBQ, picnic bench and sun loungers.

Additional Information

Generous Welsh welcome pack included.

Towels Yes, including hot tub towels.

Supermarket deliveries available.

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Parking - Yes ample

Fuel - Inclusive

Dogs - 2 welcome, Ł20 each p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

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About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

Brecon Beacons National Park

  • From the depths of its limestone caves to the grandeur of Pen y Fan and Cribyn, its highest peaks, there is plenty to explore in this gem of a national park. Why not pack a picnic and enjoy the moorlands and trails or try lunch in one of the nearby picturesque towns, while at night, stargaze the clear skies with no flicker of light pollution in sight.
  • Separated from Snowdonia by the 40 mile-long Cambrian Mountains, its uplands stretch almost as far from west to east as Snowdonia National Park does from north to south, but have quite a different atmosphere. While the rocky remains of long-dead volcanoes dominate much of Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons is full of grassy moorlands, heather-clad escarpments and Old Red Sandstone peaks, softened by weather and time.

Aberglasney Gardens

  • Aberglasney Gardens are well worth a visit, being one of Wales' finest gardens which surround a historic house dating back to 1600. Aberglasney offers the opportunity to explore more than 10 acres of ancient gardens as well as an award-winning indoor garden.
  • There are various areas with hundreds of different and unusual plants. The Stream Garden and Pigeon House Woods are to one side of the walled garden. Do see the shock of colour in April when the bluebells are in full bloom. There is also a Sunken Garden, The Asiatic Garden, The Rose Garden and the Ninfarium, to mention just a few.
  • There is an excellent cafe. Plants may be purchased throughout the year.

The National Botanic Garden of Wales

  • In beautiful Carmarthenshire, the National Botanic Garden welcomes visitors throughout the year.
  • The beautiful National Botanic Garden of Wales, near Llanarthe in Carmarthenshire, has been hailed a great success by visitors from near and far, which have enjoyed all that the 568-acre parkland has to offer. including its historic and futuristic buildings, its horticultural displays and flower meadows, lakes, walks, shops and cafes.
  • The garden's centrepiece is the Great Glasshouse designed by world-famous architect Norman Foster and Partners. Inside the amazing tilted glass dome is a Mediterranean landscape dominated by a six-metre deep ravine. Rock terraces and sheer faces are cut by streams and waterfalls. A lake provides a humid habitat at the foot of the chasm. Visitors are able to experience the aftermath of an Australian bushfire, pause in a Spanish olive grove or wander through collections of fuchsias from Chile.
  • There's something for everyone at the Garden of Wales, from the peaceful surroundings of the Japanese Garden, its stream, tea house and cherry trees to the surround-sound experience of Theatre Botanica with its specially commissioned film celebrating the world of plants. There are lakeside walks and prairie walks, an opportunity to see the development of the unique Double Walled Garden and be some of the first to see the shoots that will become the Woods of the World in years to come.

Llanddeusant Red Kite Feeding Station

  • Opened in 2002 by a local partnership with support from the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Welsh Red Kite Trust and various other notable wildlife organisations and individuals.
  • The centre is designed to fit naturally into the landscape and to provide bird lovers with the ideal opportunity to witness Red Kites, Buzzards and other birds feeding.
  • Visitors may sit in the specially built hide only feet away from diving birds and observe them competing naturally for the meat provided by the feeding centre at regular times throughout the year. Usually, around 50+ birds may be seen.
Dolaucothi Gold Mine
  • There is so much to do during your visit to Dolaucothi from finding your fortune whilst gold panning to spotting some of Britains most elusive mammals.
  • Go underground at the only known Roman Gold Mine in the UK. Guided tours run throughout the day between March & November.
  • Climb the highest point on the 2500 acre countryside estate or follow the Trig Point Trail.
  • The National Trust's Dolaucothi Arms sits in the heart of the village, ideal for a cold pint of ale after exploring the estate.
  • Explore the wider estate on horseback. Bring your own horse or hire one from the local riding stables.

The Valley of the River Towy.

  • Visit wild mountains where the magnificent Red Kites soar, a beautiful lake, historic towns and villages, romantic castles, a valley rich in myth and legend, beautiful beaches, enchanting valley, mountain and coastal scenery.
  • The valley of Merlin... Saints and miracles, holy wells, a royal scandal, fairies and outlaws.

Llandovery

  • Llandovery is an ancient market and droving town. The town is a great base for enjoying the western Brecon Beacons. The area is popular for many outdoor activities including walking in the Black Mountains, road cycling, mountain biking at Crychan Forest and fishing in the River Towy.

Llandeilo

  • Llandeilo is a busy market town where shopping is an absolute pleasure. The colourful, picturesque town is scattered with an array of numerous small independent shops making the town one of the best shopping destinations in Wales.
  • There are many fine eateries, good pub food and places to buy a quick, quality snack.

Pembrey Country Park

  • Set in 500 acres of woodland, alongside 8 miles of golden sands, where dogs are welcome, the country park comes highly recommended.
  • Try Wales' longest Cobra Toboggan ride, a journey which takes you to the top of the ski slope to take in the magnificent views before the exhilarating ride as you travel down through the trees.
  • There's horse riding, dry ski slope, golf, lasertag, miniature railway, archery and the Millennium Coastal Park to enjoy.

Henrhyd Falls

  • Plunging into the wooded Graig Llech Gorge, Henrhyd is a beautiful waterfall, breathtaking. After visiting the falls take time to meander down the Nant Llech valley admiring the haven for wildlife that surrounds you and passing a disused watermill, the Melin Llech, along the way.

Angel Falls, Neath

  • Just minutes away is another magnificent waterfall walk. Pontneddfechan Falls is beautiful and the trail at just over 9 miles is a challenge but well worth the memories you will carry away.

Afan Forest Park and Mountain Bike Trails

  • This forest has over 3250 hectares of noble trees. Wonderfully peaceful for walking, mountain biking and perfect for picnics. The park has a reputation for a great range of mountain bikes trails to suit all levels of ability.

National Show Cave Centre for Wales

  • Dan-yr-Ogof in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The 17km cave system is a great attraction. In addition to the caves, there is a dinosaur park - great fun for little ones, an interactive learning zone, play areas and museum.

Brecon to Pencelli - A wonderful watery walk.

  • Take a gentle stroll along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. The canal was once a key industrial route, the canal now offers a serene and scenic pathway through some of the National Park's prettiest scenery. Brecon is a Walkers are Welcome town.

Swansea Market

  • Visit Swansea Market for authentic Welsh fare. Laverbread and fresh cockles have been served by generations of 'cockle ladies'. Eat hot fresh Welsh cakes, straight from the bake stone. Authentic and delicious.

The Dylan Thomas Centre

  • Swansea is the birthplace of Dylan Thomas,. The Dylan Thomas Centre is home to a permanent exhibition "Love the Words", which opened on 27 October 2014, Dylan's 100th birthday. The interactive displays tell the story of the work, life and personal story of one of the twentieth century's most famous writers and the exhibition includes a learning space, activities for children, and a temporary exhibition area which is ever changing.

Mumbles Lifeboat Station

  • The Mumbles Lifeboat Station has a fascinating history of bravery stretching over 170 years. It's crews have been presented with 33 awards for gallantry. The station has also witnessed local tragedy with 18 lifeboat crew losing their lives saving others at sea. This is truly a humbling place to visit! The new lifeboat station completed in 2014 sits alongside the original building, now preserved in remembrance of all those who lost their lives at sea.

Three Cliffs Bay

  • Three Cliffs Bay is one of Gowers' most picturesque beaches, and it's not hard to see why. The valley leading down to the sea complete with castle, the salt marshes and the sand dunes, and the three cliffs themselves makes this destination unique. The cliffs are popular with climbers, and what a location, you can actually walk underneath the cliffs through an archway. There are stepping stones to cross the river on the Penmaen side of the bay (west), but watch the tide to get back. The beach has a seasonal lifeguard station, please take care with children and dogs.

Rhossili Beach and Worms Head

  • Walk along one of Wales's most iconic cliff walks with breathtaking views of the golden sand of Rhossili to the rugged limestone rocks of the south Gower coast. Stop off on your return for lunch at The Bay Bistro. A simply stunning view from every table of beautiful Rhossili Beach and homemade treats. If the tide is out you will even see the bones of The Helvicta wreck reaching out through the sands.
  • Restored by your lunch take the challenging walk to the highest point on Gower and a descent onto one of the most iconic beaches in Wales. Watch the surfers ride the waves. If you would like to take to the waves yourself head over to Llangenith and Ask PJ at his Surf Shop, he will supply you out with all you need to get up and riding. In the village of Rhossili there are gift shops and a National Trust Shop too.

Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Ty Owain Glyndwr.

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The Red Kite Cafe
( 9.9 miles away )

The Red Kite has been re-furbished as a café and restaurant for hot drinks and light meals. The menu changes regularly to reflect local available ingredients. There is aslo a gift shop for quality arts and crafts, clothing and other gifts - often with a red kite theme! The Red Kite Café is an ideal stop-off point when visiting the area or indeed the Red Kite Feeding Centre.

Penderyn Distillery
( 11.1 miles away )

Book for an acclaimed VIP tour and Master class or just go along and browse the exhibition and the distillery in action. The distillery has won numerous awards at international spirits competitions. The distillery also produces liquer, vodka and gin.

The Cawdor
( 11.7 miles away )

The authentic Georgian dining room has panelled walls, wooden floors and a lovely bay window.

Angle Village Shop
( 11.7 miles away )

This traditional village shop stocks as much local produce as possible as well as general provisions, wines, beers and spirits, Milton farm meats, Laugharne Bakery bread, cakes and savouries. You can top up your mobile phone, buy beach goods and gifts.

Heavenly ( cakes & confectionery )
( 11.7 miles away )

The shop stocks divine chocolates from all over the world including the Welsh Chocolate Co., Booja Booja, Rococo, Venchi and Kshocolat plus a range of gluten, dairy and sugar free chocolate and sweets. All ice cream is made on the premises using welsh organic milk and cream.

Gegin Fach y Gwili
( 11.7 miles away )

This cafe has been in business for 25 years and opens daily from 9.30 - 5.30 Monday - Saturday.

The Plough Inn
( 11.9 miles away )

Contemporary cuisine served in the bar, restaurant or garden with lovely views.

Goose & Cuckoo
( 12.1 miles away )

Wonderful pub restaurant, serving fresh meals made from locally sourced ingredients such as; locally sourced lamb, trout and beef. Vegetarian meals available. There is also a specials board, with the latest delicious seasonal offering. Excellent quality ales are also on offer. as well as an extensive wine menu.

The Red Lion
( 12.1 miles away )

The Red Lion is a Grade II listed building on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

White Hart Inn
( 12.1 miles away )

Three separate bar and lounge areas in which food and drinks are served.

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