Holiday Homes & Cottages in the Brecon Beacons National Park


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Brecon Beacons

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Hillside Cottage
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £415
High Season: £555

NESTLED HIGH UP IN THE BLACK MOUNTAINS WITH GREAT WALKS AND CYCLE RIDES This romantic holiday cottage is set on the hill. Inside it is warm and cosy, with a contemporary feel, country touches and a simple layout, it's very easy to feel at home and enjoy spreading out the maps and guidebooks to plan your weekend adventures. Located above the villages of Crickhowell and Llangattock,...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £415

High Season: £555

Old Castle Studio
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £505
High Season: £760

The property forms part of the old Castle grounds in Crickhowell, inside the accommodation is bright and light, with a neutral colour scheme, brightened with fun accents. The town has a Saturday market, butchers, shops, restaurants and pubs all within walking distance. Abergavenny with its castle, shops and restaurants, is just 10 minutes away by car. Hay on Wye, famous for The Hay Festival,...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £505

High Season: £760

Brecon Villa
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Sleeps: 10
No of Bedrooms: 5
Low Season: £1,214.37
High Season: £1,564.57

Brecon Villa is an elegant Edwardian Villa now available as a self-catered holiday let. With five bedrooms and four bathrooms, it comfortably sleeps 10 and is perfect for groups and families, the rental is ideally located close to the town of Brecon. At Brecon Villa, you can relax in front of the log fire in the sitting room or in the sunny conservatory. There is a large,...

Sleeps: 10

No of Bedrooms: 5

Low Season: £1,214.37

High Season: £1,564.57

Llangattock Mountain Bunkhouse
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Sleeps: 30
No of Bedrooms: 7
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

For a perfect, quiet bunkhouse break, try this mountain-top accommodation with modern en-suite facilities. An ideal location for a variety of activity breaks, especially walking and hiking holidays, there’s doorstep access to ancient woodlands, rare marshland, wildflower meadows, Llangattock caves and cliffs, and mountain walks. Blenaevon World Heritage site is a short distance away. YHA...

Sleeps: 30

No of Bedrooms: 7

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

Merryfields Barn
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £375
High Season: £785

Merryfields Barn is a modern 5-star self-catering property located in Llangattock, Crickhowell, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The barn is set in grounds of two acres in a peaceful, rural location, where guests can enjoy stunning views of nearby Crickhowell, the River Usk and the Black Mountains (incl. Table Mountain and Sugar Loaf). The picturesque Georgian market town Crickhowell and...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £375

High Season: £785

26 Broad Street
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Sleeps: 3
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £280
High Season: £420

The Cottage, Hay on Wye, is a delightful two bed roomed property in the centre of town approximately 150 yards from the clock tower yet only 150 yards from the Wye Valley walk. It is ideal for couples, with one double bedroom, the second bedroom is suitable for one adult or two small children sharing. The private rear garden is perfect for sitting out in the summer, in winter indulge yourself...

Sleeps: 3

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £280

High Season: £420

Ramblers Rest Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £225
High Season: £375

Ramblers Rest is perfect for a break in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Grade II listed, this self catering cottage nestles in the oldest street in Crickhowell, and is only 2 minutes walk from the River Usk, famous for its excellent fishing and wildlife. Refurbished throughout, the cottage is centrally heated and offers well appointed accommodation, but retains the charm and...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £225

High Season: £375

Holidays in The Brecon Beacons National Park
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The majority of the Brecon Beacons National park lies in the Mid Wales county of Powys, with parts of the park spilling over into the counties of Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Carmarthenshire and Monmouthshire. The second largest of Wales' three national parks, the Brecon Beacons has so much to offer its visitors including traditional Welsh market towns, oodles and oodles of open space for walking, mountain biking and horse riding, challenging natural crags for rock climbing and abseiling, and plenty of picturesque waterfalls - That's just a small slice of what the Brecon Beacons has to offer!

Explore What The Brecon Beacons Has To Offer
Holiday homes for the outdoorsy type in the Brecon Beacons.
The Brecon Beacons is the 'go-to' destination for lovers of the great outdoors, with vast open spaces, one of the best ways to explore this beloved national park is on two wheels. There are many traffic-free cycling routes which meander their way through picturesque landscapes, these are ideal for easy-going family bike rides. The vastly varying terrain across the Brecon Beacons lends itself perfectly for mountain biking, there are shallow trails for steadier mountain biking, and more beefed up trails with challenging jumps and drops, steep climbs and ascents to challenge the most hardened of mountain bikers.

Get Your Adrenaline Fix in The Brecon Beacons
With its many natural crags and rocky escarpments, the Brecon Beacons offers some exceptional and challenging rock climbing and abseiling, with many wide-ranging routes, some of which would require the agility of a mountain goat. For something equally as thrilling how about caving? The Brecon Beacons is fortunate enough to have four of longest limestone cave systems in Britain as well as smaller caves, their varying length and complexity means caving should only be attempted with an experienced and qualified caver with local knowledge.

Do Something Less Stressful in The Brecon Beacons
Take a chilled out holiday in the Brecon Beacons.
For something for less stressful, how about exploring the Brecon Beacons on horseback? With literally thousands of miles of free-flowing alluring landscapes that encompasses hundreds of miles of waymarked routes and bridleways, you'd be hard pushed to find anywhere better to enjoy a leisurely hack. With the rivers, Wye and Usk, its reservoirs and wild lakes, the Brecon Beacons can offer some of the finest fishing in Wales.

We could wax lyrical about the Brecon Beacons National Park for ages, instead, why don't you come and find out what it has to offer for yourself, you will be so glad you did.

 

Brecon Beacons

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