Luxury self-catering accommodaton
and camping in the Brecon Beacons

The Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon Beacons

The Old Toolshed

Pentwyn Farm – The Old ToolshedThe Old Toolshed, which sleeps two, is right on the farmyard overlooking acres of lush green pasture and is ideally situated for exploring and enjoying the Brecon Beacons National Park.

The intimate cottage has the benefit of its own private garden with a BBQ and wooden garden furniture and an idyllic stream flows just below the Old Toolshed, which is ideal for those swimmers who can bear the cold of the waters straight from the top of Pen y Fan.

The Old Toolshed only sleeps two, but it is possible for a family to combine the the cottage with camping in the field below. There are superb views of the Beacons and the Black Mountains.

A woodburning stove, comfortable sitting/dining room and oak framed door into a private garden with acres of farmland beyond make this a cosy and peaceful haven. Television, DVD player and Wifi access available.

The Old Toolshed boasts a well equipped kitchen with washing machine, electric cooker, microwave and large fridge freezer. Hand-made in oak, the ladder-like stairs link the downstairs sitting room, kitchen and bathroom with the upstairs mezzanine balcony and double bedroom. Please note, the stairs are steep and not suitable for people with mobility issues.

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The Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon BeaconsThe Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon Beacons
The Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon BeaconsThe Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon Beacons
The Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon BeaconsThe Old Toolshed, Pentwyn Farm, Brecon Beacons

What visitors said about the Old Toolshed...

"Another glorious week in this wonderful cottage, in the absolute best location. Fantastic walks as ever, but this week also had a day canoeing on the Wye… saw plenty of kingfishers and salmon a leaping" – Cath & Sally, St Ives Cornwall

 “The Toolshed has been an amazing place to stay, loved listening to the owls of an evening. Walking up to the waterfalls and Llanfrynach proved a great work out, a day on the canal was very relaxing in comparison” – Jane & Bill, Anglesey


"What a beautiful place for lovers of a good hike. We did splendid walks every day, several starting right from our doorstep" – Geert & Sisha, Belgium

“Fantastic view, great garden, comfy cottage and lovely wood burner. Thanks for being so dog friendly. The walks from the door are just brilliant and it’s such a fantastic area” – Ian & Michelle, Kidderminster

 

“What a lesson in ‘small is beautiful’ – such a well designed, cosy, perfect little cottage” – Jill, Twickenham

 

“Climbed every mountain, forded every stream. Highlight was peregrines’ display over Craig Cwareli – unforgettable” – Anne & Mike, Hampshire