Yr Hen Stabl is situated at Abergwrelych, a smallholding of eighteen acres in the upper reaches of the valley. Old buildings that might have fallen into disrepair have been rescued and lovingly restored to live another day and hopefully give pleasure to people looking for a brief respite from the hustle and bustle of todays world.
Yr Hen Stabl sleeps 3 is the total transformation of an old, disused stable. While the thick stone walls, odd windows and hayloft door have been retained, the interior has been given new life through clever use of natural materials, such as slate and reclaimed timber.
Modern comforts are tastefully mixed with antique style; sloping ceilings and wide plank doors sit comfortably with up-to-date kitchen and bathroom fittings, double glazing and central heating.
The cottage is situated in waterfall country - Nowhere else in Wales is there such a richness and diversity of waterfalls within such a small area as can be found in the Vale of Neath.
The Neath Valley has had a chequered history. From being a romantic valley beloved of painters such as J.M.W.Turner, it was transformed into an industrial coal-mining area. Since the demise of the mining industry, the scarred and disfigured land has been restored once more to its lush, green landscape.
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