Self Catering Holidays in the Brecon Beacons
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An awe-inspiring mountain range complimented by lush, green moorland sets the scene for one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the UK. A vast outdoor playground, the Brecon Beacons has been a steady favourite among holidaymakers for its spectacular landscapes, rich history and wide variety of activities and attractions. A beautifully preserved National Park since 1957, and home to the highest mountain in South Wales, this stunning area provides entertainment to suit every taste. Read More
A delightful stone built detached holiday cottage located within the Brecon Beacons National Park, providing an ideal base for all outdoor pursuits or as a relaxing retreat where you can relax, unwind and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Perched at the top of Hergest Croft Gardens, this cabin for two sits just outside the pretty border town of Kington - an idyllic rural setting, perfect for a peaceful retreat and excellent walking country.
Cosy, self-catering cottage in pretty Herefordshire village of Dorstone in the 'Golden Valley' not far from Hay-on-Wye. Private holiday home managed by the owners - no agency fees. Secluded south facing garden with secure bicycle store. Two minutes walk to excellent pub.
A comfortable holiday apartment offering budget accommodation for up to four guests in the Brecon Beacons. Perfect for couples/small families and ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities or who want to explore the area.
A comfortable farmhouse accommodating parties of 2-10 in the Brecon Beacons. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and a cosy retreat to return home to after a fun packed day.
A comfortable holiday home offering budget accommodation that is clean and homely for up to eight guests. Located in the village of Llanspyddid within the Brecon Beacons National Park, Bluebell is perfect for groups of friends and family who want to getaway and enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities available in the area. Plenty of space for storing outdoor gear and just one mile from the market town of Brecon with a good range of amenities.
With stunning views over the Brecon Beacons and Black mountains, this comfortable holiday cottage provides an ideal place to relax and enjoy outdoor activities including walking, cycling, bird watching, trekking and course fishing. 4 Star.
With beautiful views of the Black mountains and Brecon Beacons, this holiday cottage is a perfect place to relax and unwind amongt stunning scenery. Ideal for outdoor lovers, there are plenty of activities to enjoy including walking, canoeing, cycling and coarse fishing (on-site), as well as bird watching and plenty of attractions for day trips out. 4 Star.
A comfortable holiday cottage on the edge of the Brecon Beacon National Park, affording exceptional views of the Black mountains and Brecon Beacons. Suitable for those with limited mobility and ideal for enjoying walking, cycling, bird watching, coarse fishing, trekking or simply relaxing! 4 Star.
If you are searching for relaxation, rolling hills, wonderful fresh air and mountains then this spacious farmhouse is sure to please. Offering holiday accommodation for parties of up to sixteen, it is the perfect retreat for friends and families to relax and explore the many delights of South Wales. 4 Star.
A lovely self catering holiday cottage in a rural location on the Herefordshire/Wales borders. Close to the Black Mountains and commanding breathtaking views extending for 70 miles! 3 Star.
A character holiday cottage in a wonderful picturesque rural location on the Wales/Herefordshire border, close to the Black Mountains. With spectacular views that span for some seventy miles, this is an ideal place to truly unwind. 3 Star.
Explore the stunning landscape of the Brecon Beacons National Park from this historic cosy 17th Century Welsh holiday cottage for two to four guests. A lovely village setting, ideal for walkers, cyclists and wildlife enthusiasts, within a short stroll of the village pub. 4 Star.
A beautiful 16th Century farmhouse that accommodates up to eight guests on a self catering or bed and breakfast basis. Located in twenty one acres of rolling coutryside that belong to the Craig-y-Nos Castle Estate. A superb base for exploring and enjoying everything the Brecon Beacons National Park has to offer.
Three self-catering cottages sleeping 2-20 in the heart of Carmarthenshire at the Western Edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Breathtaking views; miles of cycling and walking trails on the doorstep in the Crychan Forest; games room with pool/table tennis/games and a laundry room. 4 Star.
A tranquil peaceful location which is ideal for a relaxing holiday or to use as a base for exploring mid Wales, along with the Brecon Beacons, the Elan Valley and the Wye Valley which is on the doorstep.
Just five miles from the historic cathedral town of Brecon within Mid Wales, this spacious holiday home is an ideal place for large parties of up to twelve and has plenty of inside and outside space to relax amongst beautiful scenery - an ideal place to get away from it all with friends or family. 4 Star.
Located on a peaceful farming estate, surrounded by land and fantastic views, this holiday cottage provides the feeling of being remote, with the benefits of being just ten minutes from the charming market town of Monmouth.
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Holiday in the Brecon Beacons
Proudly showcasing the highest mountain in South Wales – Pen Y Fan, which stands at 2907 feet, the Brecon Beacons is a superb area for walking, hiking and cycling fans. Choose from countless routes, including the famous Taff Trail – a long-distance favourite among cycling enthusiasts. There are plenty of gentler options for recreation too. Take beautiful walks or horse rides through valleys dotted with iconic Welsh mountain ponies and sheep, past glistening lakes and remote reservoirs, or even pub-to-pub for the truly leisurely option! The waterfalls are a must-see, such as the impressive 90 foot Henrhyd Waterfall on the Southern Edge of the National Park and Ystradfellte in the Fforest Fawr area.
After exploring the vast open spaces of the Brecon Beacons National Park, you can move on to some more enclosed ones in the many fascinating cave systems - the perfect thing to do on a rainy day! The area boasts some of the most extensive and important cave systems in Europe. The National Showcaves Centre for Wales is well worth a visit and a big hit for kids, with guided tours of some of the best-known caves.
The area dates back to Neolithic times and has remnants from the Iron and Bronze Ages, such as the fascinating burial Cairns to the West of the Park. There are plenty of historical buildings to visit, such as the former fortress that is Abergavenny Castle. Railway enthusiasts will also find themselves in their element with some of the most scenic steam train routes in Wales, such as the Brecon Mountain Railway in Merthyr Tydfil.
The Brecon Beacons is an extremely popular UK holiday spot and a top destination for those who enjoy outdoor activities - after one visit, it is easy to see why.
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