Felin Glais (Mill by the steep sided stream) is a 1650(Circa) Barn and Beast House which lay in ruins for many years. It was sold by auction in 1977 for the princely sum of £6100. The new owners demolished all but one wall and took 10 years to rebuild it using the original stone and oak beams from a stable block of a local Manor House. We purchased the then 2 bedroomed house in 1997 after falling in love with the setting which overlooks the Brecon Beacon Mountains and the magnificent Beast House which is presently our private lounge which overlooks Pen-y-Fan the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacon's National Park.
We have added a conservatory which during the warmer month's guests are welcome to use and an additional wing which consists of two bedrooms with en suite facilities all built to the same exacting standard as the original. There is a large kitchen which is used as a breakfast room. The original bedrooms have been converted to a twin room and a 4poster room both with en-suite facilities. As well as sitting areas between each bedroom there is a common lounge with a television with freesat and a DVD. There is a selection of DVD's available for free use
Please note the cancellation and re-allocation clause on the Tariff page.
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Oh, the luxury of such peace and quiet the overwhelming feeling of content, 'Felin Glais' offers much more than a room to rent. It welcomes you with open arms relaxing & comforting its warm embrace, All strangers at first but not for long as friendships flourish in this beautiful place. The excellent range of culinary choice is a joy to behold - such sheer bliss! What more can one say of this lovely home other than many thanks and much love to Dave & Chris.
Avril & Bernard
It's hard to describe what "Felin Glais" means but the words "sheer heaven" come to mind! The scenery, walking, wonderful house & superb food are wonderful, but the warmth of welcome from Chris and David to guests and four-legged friends alike is magical.
Karen & Bob
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