WE ARE OPEN
There have been a lot positive changes since we re-opened on the 27th March and life in many respects has got back to normal and most Covid restrictions lifted.
We’d like to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to ensure your safety and provide our guests with an enjoyable holiday experience. The cottages are more or less operating as normal. However our serviced accommodation is slightly different after completing our own risk assessment. We ask our guests to continue to wear masks in tight areas of the house and we will be providing table service in the morning, to minimize transference of Covid. But don’t worry, the Breakfast menu is fabulous. Our aim is to remain well and Covid free to ensure our guests are safe and we can continue to operate as a business and not let anyone down.
We have been following the CMA guidelines with regard to Covid cancellations. Otherwise, due to a difficult year, I am unable to be as lenient as I have been in the past, so please make sure you are happy with our Terms and Conditions. Deposits are non refundable. Please feel free to ask me any questions if you need further clarity on your booking terms. We also have a live booking system allowing you to book last minute if you are unsure about committing in advance. If you book via a third party, you must contact them with regard to your booking and follow their procedures.
Out and About
We are able to provide lots of advice about where you can go which is a little bit more off the beaten track, so you can avoid potential crowds. Fortunately, in the Brecon Beacons you can usually find many remote areas. I would encourage you to explore some of the less obvious areas of the park and have a real authentic adventure.
We are fortunate to have some good local pubs within a few miles who have taken Covid seriously and are following the Covid guidelines. I would advise you to book a table in advance, to avoid disappointment. Brecon is only 4 miles away with a number of take-a-ways, three supermarkets, for those preferring to eat in.
Stay safe, stay in Wales
Rachel & Sid
(last updated 16/08/21))