Ty Mawr is a Grade II* listed Manor House. The original medieval house dates to the 15th century with sections of castellated wall and arch remaining.
It was largely re-modelled in 1820 in the Strawberry Gothic style and has fine Gothic plaster work and a full depth hallway with a ribbed vaulted ceiling.
The service buildings to the main house have been converted into 5 luxury self-catering cottages. Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park.Ty Mawr is just 5 minutes off the A40 and within easy reach of the market towns of Brecon, Hay on Wye and Crickhowell.
Situated just 10 minutes from the market town of Brecon in Powys and 5 minutes off the A40.
Nearest train station:Abergavenny and then the 42 Bus from Abergavenny to Llanfrynach (53 minutes)
- Offers bike storage
Charles Clifton who commissioned the re-modelling in 1820 was a friend of John Nash and whilst it cannot be attributed to Nash it was very heavily influenced by him and the house has a strong Regency Gothic Flavour.
The Ty Mawr Collection comprises 5 unique self-catering cottages, ideal for that special romantic hide-away.
All are graded 5 star by the Welsh Tourist Board and offer the very best in luxury living. Set in the grounds of Ty Mawr, a Grade 2 * Georgian Mansion in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, perfect for the great outdoors or just curled up infront of the roaring log burners, these cottages will delight whatever the season.
The names of the cottages reflect their former use and each has its own distinct interior design with private patios and garden areas (perfect for dog lovers).
The Bothy - 2 bedrooms, The Cottage - 1 bedroom, The Coach - 1 bedroom, The Dairy - 1 bedroom, The Laundy - 1 bedroom.
Perfectly situated for hill walking, low level walking, biking, horse riding, fishing, sailing, historic buildings, events, local pubs, fine dining, spa treatments or just relaxing in your perfect cottage.