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Holiday Cottages In The Brecon Beacons

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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

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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About The Brecon Beacons

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in the brecon beacons.

  1. Mrs. M Stevens

    Verified purchase

    "Dear Brecon Cottages We returned yesterday from our week's holiday at S58168 near Crickhowell. Just wanted you to know that we were delighted with our accommodation and the unobtrusive friendliness and helpfulness of our hosts. The cottage more than matched up to its description, and was comfortable and equipped with everything we needed. It was particularly suitable for the dog, and a very easy place to be. Two things we especially appreciated – and which are not normal in our experience of holiday cottages – were the unlimited supply of logs, even in June; and the excellent lighting right through the house, which meant we could easily see to read without resorting to the lamps we now take with us everywhere we go. I don't know if this is a recommendation Brecon Cottages makes to owners, but if it isn't, it might be worth considering. So many cottages have 'mood lighting' which only serves to put people like us with fading eyesight in a bad mood! Thank you for leading us to this location for ou"
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  2. Michael

    Verified purchase

    "A quirky, deceptively spacious cottage in a great location. Keith, the owner, was welcoming and helpful. Kitchen was well equipped and plenty of towels. Kitchen and bathroom were clean. However, it was too cluttered and dark for our liking - it was like being in a bric-a-brac shop, with all surfaces, floors and walls covered with items, including juke-boxes and pinball machine. Didn't find it relaxing or very comfortable, and a bigger TV set would have been good for us. Gardens and outside spaces were overgrown and this, we felt, contributed to the lack of natural light. Had to have lights on during the day.The 2 pubs in the village were good, with friendly staff. Be aware, at the moment, The Red Cow only serves food at lunchtimes and the Butchers Arms food in the evenings. Meals at both were good and value for money. No shop in the village, but a couple about 15mins drive. All in all, though, we had a great holiday. Lots of places to visit within 1 hr drive, area is particularly good for walking/"
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  3. shirryn

    Verified purchase

    "We absolutely LOVED this quirky cottage! We were six people and stayed over the New Year. The cottage is an absolute treasure-trove, filled with antiques and knick-knacks to keep you entertained for hours! The old juke boxes, pin-ball machine and Space Invaders table kept us entertain for hours and we were so glad for it, as we were totally rained-in! There is so much to entertain yourself with in this cottage that you could never be bored, even if the weather is rubbish. Keith was lovely and gave us lots of information about where to go for walks and he even left us tea, coffee, biscuits and fresh milk for our arrival, which was a lovely touch. We enjoyed taking it in turns to read poems by Edgar Allen Poe by the fire (there are lots of lovely books to busy yourself with) and tell each other ghost stories as the wind howled outside. In a nutshell, you wouldn't find another place like it, so if you like something a little different, then this is the cottage for you. Thank you, Keith!"
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  4. Ms. E Gallagher

    Verified purchase

    "What a delightful place to spend Christmas, home from home! The owners attention to detail is superb, the Christmas tree and beautiful Christmas decorations were delightful. It was lovely to arrive to such a spotless house with everything to hand, it was our first time in Brecon and we were not disappointed with the welcome we received from not only the owners and their family, but from the many locals we met, in particular in the Bridge End Inn which is a mere five minute walk. We were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the simple home-cooked dishes we had on our first evening. We had another superb meal at the Bridge End Inn in Talgarth only 4 miles away. We look forward to returning to this wonderful location and cottage sometime in the future. "
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  5. Mrs M Chandegra

    Verified purchase

    "Thank you so much for such a lovely, relaxing stay. The house is beautiful; it's so cosy it feels like home away from home! We're all now leaving addicted to the fireplace and hot tub; they're extra special touches to an already relaxing atmosphere. We certainly made the most of the house, but managed to get out for a walk in Brecon yesterday. A very pretty landscape! I think our dog was most spoilt here, even managing a swim in the river wye and snuggles in the warmth of the living room. We went for dinner at the Griffin and the food was delicious. Definitely recommend a visit, very friendly staff. Thank you also for the personal touches, the welsh cakes were yummy! Such a shame we can't stay for longer."
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