Outdoor Retreats provide self catering holidays and accommodation in the Brecon Beacons National Park and Merthyr Tydfil.
Telephone: 07714 719441
Dan Y Coetir Lodge is a beautiful, very cosy, early 18th Century Grade 2 listed colliers cottage within a small semi-
The ground floor offers open plan lounge/kitchen/diner: with large flat screen freeview/smart TV, Blue Ray Player, WiFi, USB Sockets, Kitchen area with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Bathroom with large walk-
Twin Bedroom on the ground floor which is perfectly peaceful and has luxurious furnishings, décor and high quality bed linen, wardrobe and bedside units with bedside lamps and tv. Views overlooking the front garden.
Heading upstairs via the original spiral (steep) staircase you will find a luxury bedroom; which can be either a twin or kingsize if required, again peaceful with luxurious furnishings, décor and high quality bed linen, wardrobe, dressing table and bedside units with bedside lamps, smart TV, and views to the front of the property, this room also has views of the sky through windows on one side of the property (night-
Double doors lead out from the kitchen to the patio area with wooden garden furniture for those perfect evening barbecues. Relaxing in the warmth and bubbles of a large outside hot tub brings an end to another wonderful day at this stunning cottage.
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Discover Merthyr Tydfil
Former neighbour THOMAS, EDWARD ‘EDDIE’ (1925-
Eddie Thomas was born 27 July 1925, in a terraced house 11 Upper Colliers Row, Heolgerrig to Urias Thomas (1896-
Merthyr Tydfil, one of the most historically fascinating and beautiful regions of Wales is ideally placed between Brecon Beacons National Park and Cardiff the Welsh capital.
With a fifth of the County Borough lying within the Brecon Beacons National Park Merthyr Tydfil boasts some dramatic and breathtaking scenery.
As one of the towns forming the Heads of the Valleys, Merthyr Tydfil is rich in culture, landscape and scenery. Once the Iron capital of the world, Merthyr Tydfil breathes life into its history with attractions such as Cyfarthfa Park, which is home to Cyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Joseph Parry's Cottage and Brecon Mountain Railway to name but a few.
For those interested in the 'great outdoors' there are many activities available from guided walks along the famous Taff Trail to Mountain Biking at BikePark Wales. In our activities section you will see listings of activity providers local to the area who provide services in Merthyr Tydfil. So if you wanted to try a new activity, or would like a more supervised experience, why not have a look at whats on offer? For those who want to relax and absorb the more tranquil aspects of Merthyr Tydfil, there are numerous parks such as Parc Taf Bargoed, Taf Fechan Nature Reserve and Gethin Woodland Park.
*Minimum stay 2 nights with **3 nights minimum stay over Bank Holidays
Off Peak: *
1 January -
Not including any Bank Holidays
Friday – Monday £295.00
Monday – Friday £295.00
Friday – Friday £565.00
Additional nights and shorter breaks £105 per night
1 June – 14 September
Including all Bank Holidays**
Friday – Monday £325.00
Monday – Friday £325.00
Friday – Friday £625.00
Additional nights and shorter breaks £115 per night
Prices for Christmas and New Year on request.
Please note -
Pets charged at £5.00 per night per pet