Welcome to The Studio
Situated just outside the tranquil village of Cwmdu, The Studio at Tyffynon is a private annexe, set in the gardens of our cottage giving you the freedom to come and go as you please.
Offering comfortable, light and spacious accommodation, with separate bathroom, its own garden and stunning views of the mountains, The Studio provides the perfect base for exploring the Brecon Beacons and the many attractions of the local area.
A tasty breakfast is served in your room, to enjoy at your leisure and there's a proper country pub serving good food just a few minutes stroll down the lane.
The pretty Market town of Crickhowell, with its range of individual shops, cafes and galleries is just five minutes away by car, making The Studio the perfect place for your stay in the Brecon Beacons.
We'd love you to come and stay and can assure you of a warm welcome.
For up to date availabilityy please visit the 'Availability' page or feel free to contact us using the information below.
Tel: +44 (0)1874 730723
We look forward to hearing from you
Cathie & Jeff
Visit the Brecon Beacons National Park
Cwmdu is set right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park and nestles under the Black Mountains in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just an hours drive from Cardiff, Bristol and Hereford and less than three hours from London it is easily accessible making it perfect for both short breaks or as part of a longer touring holiday.
Things to see & do
The area offers something for everyone with numerous opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including walking, cycling, canoing, horse riding, gliding, and mountain biking, and more besides.
The attractive market towns of Crickhowell, Brecon and Hay-on-Wye are all within easy reach with their individual shops, farmers markets and regular events, including craft fairs, art trails and exhibitions.
For those with an interest in history there are plenty of castles, museums, churches and monuments to explore.
The area also offers a full calendar of events, including the Abergavenny Food Festival, Brecon Jazz Festival, Hay Literary Festival, and now renowned Green Man Festival.