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Brecon Beacons Cottages


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Enjoy breathtaking scenery, off-the-beaten-path locales, and a place rich in myth and mythology. It goes without saying that when it comes to breathtaking scenery and exciting opportunities for exploration, the 519 square miles of the Brecon Beacons National Park are hard to top.

Why Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages?

The Brecon Beacons are a lovely spot to explore whether you're seeking a thrilling adventure or quiet contemplation. A huge, mountainous area of South Wales, it is characterised by misty mountains, deep, forested valleys, and scatted with charming market towns and villages. It is also dominated by the national park of the same name. Walking enthusiasts have long been drawn to this pristine area, where 1232 miles of public trails and hill climbs provide breathtaking vistas of the Welsh countryside. Many of them come to tackle Pen Y Fan, South Wales' highest mountain. Find everything you need to know about the area with a browse of our Brecon Beacons Travel Guide.

Places to visit near Brecon Beacons Cottages

One trip won't be enough to see everything before heading back to your Brecon Beacons cottages! There are many highlights at the Forest Fawr Geopark, including caves and waterfalls, Llangors Lake, a paradise for wildlife spotting and water sports, and the Llanthony Valley, a truly magical area of the mountains. There are also many charming villages in Upper Usk, such as Sennybridge, Trecastle, Crai, and Defynnog.

Spend a day exploring Big Pit, part of Blaenavon's World Heritage Site, or take a boat trip along the tree-lined Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. A journey to Brecon wouldn't be complete without a visit to the enchanting remains of Tintern Abbey, the sophisticated town of Raglan, or the opportunity to indulge your cultural side at the internationally renowned Hay Festival; all of which are especially enjoyable during the Spring break or May half-term holiday.

Types of Wales Holidays

Whatever your reason for visiting, these Brecon Beacons holiday cottages have been carefully selected to provide you with the best location for your getaway. There are self-catering holiday lets in the Brecon Beacons to suit every taste; leave no family member behind with a pet-friendly cottage in the Brecon Beacons, enjoy a peaceful retreat to a rural farmhouse in Wales, or find the perfect couples' break with a cottage in South Wales with a hot tub, or explore this large collection of South Wales cottages.