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Holiday Cottages In The Brecon Beacons To Rent

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Home to mountains, lakes and castles, the Brecon Beacons offer a beautiful retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Although National Parks are often well known as places for relaxing and appreciating the outdoors, this one is also known for its delicious local produce.

If you’re interested in Brecon Beacons’ produce, don’t miss out on the Penderyn Distillery or Pwll Mawr cheddar. There are also many pubs, restaurants and tea shops to choose from if you need refreshment on route. With minimal light pollution, the Brecon Beacons has an impressive nights sky. If you enjoy star gazing, this is the place to visit. Hopefully the night view will be preserved for years to come as this spot is also a designated International Dark Sky Reserve.

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Holiday Cottages In The Brecon Beacons To Rent

More Brecon Beacons Cottages

Home to mountains, lakes and castles, the Brecon Beacons offer a beautiful retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Although National Parks are often well known as places for relaxing and appreciating the outdoors, this one is also known for its delicious local produce.

If you’re interested in Brecon Beacons’ produce, don’t miss out on the Penderyn Distillery or Pwll Mawr cheddar. There are also many pubs, restaurants and tea shops to choose from if you need refreshment on route. With minimal light pollution, the Brecon Beacons has an impressive nights sky. If you enjoy star gazing, this is the place to visit. Hopefully the night view will be preserved for years to come as this spot is also a designated International Dark Sky Reserve.

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  1. Nigel

    Verified purchase

    "We had a great welcome from the owners & a great welcome pack with home baked bread and lemon drizzle cake, butter, eggs, marmalade, fruit, crisps and wine. It was greatly appreciated. The hut was compact but you expect that. Under bed storage helped. There was further storage outside should you need it in a lovely shed. There was everything and more that you could need to enjoy your break. Cooking was limited (due to only one gas ring) but that didn't bother us and we managed well. Was a little worried about the compost toilet but that too wasn't any bother. Shower was a little cooler than we are used to but we coped fine. They even had a great doggy welcome pack too to use, including a bed, towel, treats and a ball to play with. Because there were no sheep in the field we got to use that too to exercise our dog. He loved it to the point of not wanting to leave when we were going. We kept having to go back to fetch him back up to the van. The log burner is fantastic and keeps you snug and cosy. Very effective. Loved the place and would recommend it to anyone and would definitely love to come back at some time. Its a fab base to stay at to explore the area. Didn't tick the box about amenities because we didn't use any as we were out all day and just got what we needed where we were exploring. So all in all a fabulous and quaint place to stay with friendly and accommodating hosts. We loved it!"
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  2. Jody

    Verified purchase

    "S21712 was the best cottage we have ever stayed in.I think it may have been recently renovated as the place was absolutely spotless.Even the crockery and glassware seemed new, or just incredibly clean, which the whole house was!The location is quite remote although perfectly accessible from a narrow road which very few cars travel on..in fact I don't recall seeing a single one drive past?This means it's an ideal location for those wanting tranquility of the highest order, which this has in abundance.Very dog friendly as the majority of the downstairs is tiled (lovely underfloor heating)Oak floor in the living room and a brand new woodburning stove which worked really weel and very efficient on fuel when the vents are closed down.A forestry track can be accessed a little way up the road which opens up the possibilities of either a lovely stroll on a firm surface or venturing into the dense woodland paths and exploring the beauty of the forest.Llyn Brianne resevoir is a short drive from here and is a must see. Go to the dam first and then drive around the east of the resevoir to Tregaron. This is some of the best scenery in the country. Try and visit this on a sunny day if you can, it will enhance the experience."
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  3. Rob

    Verified purchase

    "Sadie and John have created the ideal place to relax with the family and recharge your batteries. The lodge is very comfortable and has all the home comforts you could need, along with the BBQ outside for those special dining experience. The penthouse bedroom is great for those of you who seek the high life. The woodland location is beautiful, and although there is still a little work to do, it's a private and delightful place to walk, with or without the dog. Although there are no shops on the doorstep, Hay on Wye is a short drive away, which offers all the shops, cafes and countless bookshops you could want in a tranquil village setting. Scenic river access at Glasbury or Hay to swim, paddle, definitely canoe, or just relax in this picturesque setting. If you would like to pony trek, walk in waterfalls, or just take in more of the Welsh country side then these Local attractions are not more than 30 minutes away.This little slice of Eden may not be for you if you want to stay online and check on your Facebook status, and if you do not want to talk with each other, but if you want time to spend with the family, talk and unwind. It's perfect."
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  4. Linda

    Verified purchase

    "We spent three days at Ty Bach with our dog at the beginning of November and loved it; we were blessed with beautiful autumnal sunshine for two days which was obviously a bonus but even in the rain it was beautiful. I have rheumatoid arthritis and was concerned the hut may feel damp and cold but it was warm and cosy with the wood burner blazing. There is only a single gas ring to cook on but there is a full size barbecue in the large storage shed. The hut is thoughtfully kitted out and, on arrival, the owner made us feel very welcome and left us a box of provisions, including delicious homemade lemon drizzle cake, bread and marmalade and fresh eggs. The bed was very comfy, the shower surprisingly good and the eco compost toilet was ... an experience. Would we go again? Definitely. NB: If you have mobility issues, Ty Bach is probably not for you because of its access down a sloping path which was covered in leaves and slippery when wet, with no handrail. Also, the three steps into the hut are quite steep and narrow."
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  5. Carol

    Verified purchase

    "Although this property was expensive for September, I booked it because it stated that there were 2 acres of woodland. My husband was playing in a golf competition the area so that meant I would be left with the dogs for 2 days. As I had no vehicle I thought that the woodlands would be a place for them to explore. I could not find any woodlands. I presume it is on the path on the rhs of front gate. There is no access at the top after about 50 yds due to overgrown brambles and weeds.The only place for dogs is the very small area of grass at the front of house.There was a forestry path 200 yds from house but no access until October due to tree felling.This really spoiled the holiday for me, as there was nowhere to walk to. It is not safe on the very narrow roads around the property.If there is no access to woodlands then it should be removed from description. Very misleading."
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