We offer high quality, affordable rental accommodation in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park – an area renowned for its outstanding natural beauty.
Our properties include a number of two and three-bedroom barn conversions, cottages and former farmhouses.
Details of available properties are listed to the right and on this page.
If we do not have any properties available at present, please contact us with details of what you are looking for and we’ll notify you when something comes up.
The Brecon Beacons
Fresh air, wide open spaces, a creative atmosphere and loads to entertain you, the Brecon Beacons National Park has for generations served as a green lung for industrial south Wales.
The park was established in 1957 as one of the first ten national parks to be created in Britain. The intention was to safeguard our beautiful, rough and dramatic landscapes, considered a priceless national asset.
Here in the Brecon Beacons, we live in partnership with nature. It puts life into perspective. Today, tourism and services have taken over from industry and agriculture as the mainstays of the local economy.
Our National Park contains some of the finest walking country in Europe. But there’s far more to the Brecon Beacons than that. Explore our lively museums, market towns and canalside villages. Relax beside our lakes and waterfalls, or discover our crags and caves. Or adventure by boat, by bike or on horseback.
There’s plenty to enjoy after dark, too, from sparkling festivals, full of authentic Welsh flavour, to our famously clear, starry skies.
To find out more about the Brecon Beacons, visit www.breconbeacons.org.
Llangorse is a quiet village boasting two pubs, a beautiful 15th Century church and the largest natural lake in south Wales. A protected wildlife site, Llangorse Lake is also home to many watersports and has an ancient Crannog (a Royal Palace) built in the Dark Ages.
Only three miles from the A40, Llangorse has good road links to the nearby market towns of Talgarth and Brecon, each with their own supermarkets, shops and leisure facilities. The M4 is only 45 minutes away, and nearby Abergavenny train station provides rail links to London and the Midlands.
Broadband speeds in Llangorse are good. The village is fibre-broadband enabled, affording residents the opportunity to work from home if desired.
Further information about Llangorse and the local area can be found at www.aroundllangorselake.co.uk.