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A lovely cottage situated on the hillside, just five minutes’ drive from Hay-on-Wye. Cosy woodburner, enclosed garden. Perfect for couples and small families. Plenty to see and do in the area. Hereford 19 miles. (Ref. 928177)
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A semi-detached bungalow resting in the village of Cwmgors in Glamorgan. Sun room. Enclosed garden. Pet friendly. Ammanford 6 miles; Neath 15 miles. (Ref. 969869)
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Brecon Beacons Cottages
Picture a region of contrasting landscapes, from the imposing
Black Mountains and Central Beacons, to the great sandstone massif
of Fforest Fawr. Welcome to the Brecon Beacons National Park, home
to Welsh Mountain Ponies and some charming Brecon Beacons
To give you an idea of the scale of the Park, there are over
1200 miles of public rights of way. Little wonder walkers and
outdoor enthusiasts love it so much. The Visitor Centre is a great
place to plan your days, whether it's caving, climbing,
cycling, fishing, gliding, golf, horse riding, water sports or
wildlife walks you're after.
Don't expect to see everything in one trip! But there are
special places to look out for. The caves and waterfalls of the
Fforest Fawr Geopark. Llangors Lake, a paradise for wildlife
spotting and water sports. The Llanthony Valley, a truly magical
place deep in the Black Mountains. The charming villages of Upper
Usk like Sennybridge, Trecastle, Crai and Defynnog.
Go down a coal mine at Big Pit, part of the Blaenavon World
Heritage Site. Enjoy a day trip on the tree-lined Monmouthshire and
Brecon Canal. Explore the Craig-y-Nos Country Park and Carreg
Cennen, an ancient hilltop castle with panoramic views. Take the
children to the Dan-yr-Ogof National Showcaves and Dinosaur Park,
or the Brecon Mountain Railway.
Time your visit right and enjoy the literary extravaganza of the
Hay Festival, or get into the swing at the Brecon Jazz Festival,
both attracting an international crowd every year.
So much to see and do on a Brecon Beacons cottage holiday!
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