Lothlorien Cottage

Lothlorien Cottage Self Catering Holiday Home in Wales. Memorable Magical Moments Between Mystical Brecon Mountains and Celtic Coves of The Gower

Lothlorien Cottage

Full Description


Lothlorien cottage is situated in the village of Cwm Gors near Ammanford and Pontardawe. The road to the north east leads to the Black mountain and the magical Brecon Beacons, The north west leads to the Iconic Castles of Camarthenshire and The Pembrokeshire National park, The road to the south west leads to Swansea City and the Beaches of The Glorious Gower Peninsular and south east lie The Vale of Neath and Afan Forest. We are a mere 9 miles from The M4 motorway Lothlorien very comfortably sleeps 5 people in 3 bedrooms. The cottage has wireless broadband Family Friendly. Pets Welcome.
Birding and nature watching in the Beacons
Feeding Station
Located at Llanddeusant in the remote western area of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Red Kite Feeding Station attracts over 50 red kites and buzzards every day in a spectacular aerial display.
2. Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad and Fan Frynych National Nature Reserve
Southwest of Brecon, this wild mountain region is home to peregrine falcons, ring ouzels, ravens and butterflies.
3. Craig-y-Cilau National Nature Reserve
Craig-y-Cilau, near Crickhowell, is a spectacular limestone escarpment which supports its own characteristic fauna including birds and lesser horseshoe bats, and uncommon plants such as mountain melick and mossy saxifrage.
4. Cwm Clydach National Nature Reserve
The lovely beechwoods at Cwm Clydach, near Brynmawr, provide a habitat for many woodland bird species including nuthatches, woodpeckers, sparrowhawks, kestrels and tawny owls. This is also an important area for bats.
5. Coed-y-Cerrig National Nature Reserve
Coed-y-Cerrig, north of Abergavenny, is an area of mixed deciduous woodland including mature oak and hazel coppice, rich in wildflowers, fungi, insects and birds.
6. Llangorse Lake
There’s a beautifully designed bird hide at Llangasty on the southwest shore of Llangorse Lake. The nearby wildflower meadows are alive with butterflies in summer.
7. Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
Our historic canal is an important wildlife corridor and botanical habitat. As you stroll or boat along, look out for ducks, swans, kingfishers, water voles, dragonflies and, at dusk, bats.
8. Talgarth
The Black Mountains town of Talgarth is an excellent centre for nature-lovers, with superb woods where you can see bluebells, wood anemones and wild garlic in spring. The Brecknock Wildlife Trust’s Pwll-yr-Wrach Reserve, Woodland Trust’s Park Wood and Llangorse Lake are all close by.
9. Talybont Reservoir
The reservoir and its surrounds provide a safe haven for wintering and migrant birds. There’s a bird hide at the southern end of the reservoir, overlooking a protected wetland area that floods in winter.
10. Waterfalls Country
In the southern part of our Park, you can marvel at the sheer diversity of mosses, liverworts and fungi in the wonderfully rich woods.
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- 1 Double Bedroom with Kingsize Bed
- 1 Twin Room with 2 Single Beds
- 1 Single Bedroom with 1 Single Bed
- All Bedding Provided
- Double Bedroom is on Ground Floor
- Twin and Single Bedrooms are Upstairs
- Babycot available
- Garden with large play area
- Dining Table and Chairs
- Deck Chairs and Loungers
- Barbecue with Utensils
- Shed for Bicycle Storage
- Outside Tap to Wash Mud off after Hiking etc
- Off-road Parking in Back Garden



Telephone Number

0208 372 0264

Facebook ID

facebook.com/lothlorien.Celtic.Cottage

Sleeps

2-6

Pets

allowed

Wi-fi Internet Access

Available free of charge

Cot and High Chair

Available free of charge

Pub

Within a short walk

Secure Cycle Storage

Under cover

Fishing

Within a 10 minute drive

Golf

Within a 10 minute drive

Scenic Walks

Direct from the door

No. Sleeps + Location

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