You can have both an incredible time and a relaxing experience while you are on holiday at Dragonstone. Take a closer look.

About Dragonstone

If you are looking for a beautiful contemporary home with a full range of amenities, countryside views and private lawn gardens, you will be very comfortable at Dragonstone.


Designed entirely with the guest experience in mind, Dragonstone is a large, detached property situated in an idyllic rural location comprising of:


Dragonstone features that you wont find anywhere else.


Rhiwfawr, meaning big hill, is a village of just under 100 houses with many of the houses dating back to the 1930's. They were built to house coal miners for a local colliery that has since been closed and returned to countryside.

On the outskirts of the village, Dragonstone was turned into accommodation in 2016. Fully renovated in 2019, it is now one of the most luxurious holiday accommodations in the area.

Dragonstone was named after the Welsh Dragons that roamed the valley below. Dragons rest in the caves of the valley and you can spot where they sleep from their breath that rises up in the mornings.

The Floor Plan

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The Location

This property is in a quiet rural location on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, making it the ideal choice for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, nature and scenic landscapes.


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The Area

Of course, there are miles of country walks and cycle routes to be enjoyed, in fact there is a foot trail beginning at the property that will take you all the way down to Swansea city center, but for something a bit different why not go underground at The National Show Caves at Dan Yr Ogof, just nine miles north of the property. Or maybe you’d prefer something even more exciting and visit one of the outdoor centres which offer climbing and abseiling. Find out more about what there is to do, where to go and important information that you may need during your visit on the Useful Links page.

South Wales

For a more cosmopolitan experience, the city of Swansea is just twelve miles south and is an excellent destination for night life and keen shoppers, as well as those who might like to visit the city’s castle or the National Waterfront Museum.

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