In the village of Brynamman
All just a short walk from the cottage
Open Every Night
Proudly built by the miners back in 1920 with seating for 1,100 movie buffs. Today the cinema has two screens, and shows the latest blockbuster movies in dolby surround sound. There is a small shop with prices at a fraction of the price of the leading cinema chains. Its not just about watching a film in this cinema, its also an experience. There is no better way to start a film with the red curtains opening and the icecream lady selling her wares!
The Black Mountain Centre
The Centre has a tourist information point and has arts & crafts for sale, it also has a comfortable and convenient coffee shop serving breafast aswell as daily lunch specials. The centre contains lots of information about the Village, the Geopark and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Brynamman is the gateway
to the Black Mountains
Towering over the village are the impressive Black Mountains, a playground for walkers cyclists and the lovers of the outdoors. The winter months the peak is dusted in snow and its where you will find the Calch quarries, Park the car and enjoy the views to the sea to the South and to mid Wales to the North. The backdrop on our website is a view from Brynamman up the mountain (not from the cottage).
* The Bridge Inn * Derlwyn Arms
* The Rugby Club *Tregib Arms
* Happy Corner Chinese
* Yummies Burger & Kebabs
* Shad Tandoori Indian
* The Lotus Fish & Chips
Bar & Resturant
The Derlwyn Arms is a short walk from the cottage, recently taken over by a lovely couple, they really do give everyone a warm welcome. Delicious meals served daily from mid day until 9 in the evening.
Bar & Resturant
The Tregib Arms is located within staggering distance of the cottage, Newly refurbished Bar and restaurant with live music at the weekends, serving traditional home cooked food with a fantastic warm welcome.
Ynys Dawela Nature Park
39 Acres of stunning ancient woodland that follows the River Amman upstream. The park was once the centre of industry back in 1930 housing tin, steel and coal works. Take a hard look and the evidence is still there today hidden by nature and wild flowers.
Amman Valley River side Walk
Running through the village is the Amman Valley River Side Walk. The cycle path runs from Ammanford town following the river Amman upstream to Cwmtwrch.
A walk, bike ride, or a skate down the valley to Glanamman park where you will find a small kids paddling pool, adventure playground and ball complex. Alternatively take the path further up the valley towards Cwmtwrch.